Savoy Brown Didn't Chase Fame

(The Blues) Kim Simmonds believes Savoy Brown are every bit as good as their contemporaries but they're not so famous because they didn't chase notoriety.

The veteran guitarist also thinks his band didn't make it to the mainstream because they refused to water down their blues influence. Simmonds tells Free Times: "If you don't go for that publicity, don't look for it, you don't get it. You can play a great guitar but if nobody knows about you, nobody knows. That's me.

"I've been all over the map, but I have always been a blues guitar player. Even on those harder albums it was still the blues." But when people do discover Savoy Brown, he feels there are great rewards in store and he has no plans to change his ways now. more on this story

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