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Black Sheep

Black Sheep

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Biography

Black Sheep was an American, Rochester, New York-based, 1970s United States rock music band, one of vocalist Lou Gramm’s early working bands (it followed Poor Heart, which broke up c. 1970). The group, which had released the single “Stick Around” in 1974, the album Black Sheep in 1975, and the album Encouraging Words in late 1975, was no longer performing when Gramm was invited by Mick Jones to join the band Foreigner in 1976. Don Mancuso and Ron Rocco were later members of Cheater, a local hard rock band from Rochester that released a 10-inch record entitled Ten Cent Love Affair in 1980 on Mallard Records.
Black Sheep’s bass player Bruce Turgon played on Lou Gramm’s solo albums in the late 1980s (which also featured contributions from another Black Sheep alumnus, guitarist Don Mancuso) and joined Gramm in one of Foreigner’s later incarnations, in 1992.

Associated Acts

Foreigner, Poor Heart, Shadow King

Origin

Rochester, New York, United States

Past Members

Lou Gramm Donald Mancuso Larry Crozier Bruce Turgon Ron Rocco Patsy Sciortino Mike Bonafede

Years Active

1974 1976

Name

Black Sheep

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