Nick Woodland

Nick Woodland

Known For: Sound · Birthday: 1951-01-23

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Nick Woodland (born 23 January 1951 in London) is a British rock and roll guitarist and blues guitarist who lives in Munich. He was influenced by musicians such as Alexis Korner, Eric Clapton, John Mayall and Peter Green. He played in rock bands such as Amon Düül II, Gift and The Clash, accompanied the pop greats Donna Summer and Boney M., jazz flutist Herbie Mann and went on tour with Marius Müller-Westernhagen.With his own band he appeared since 1982 in clubs and at festivals. From the mid-1980s the band played as Nick Woodland and the Magnets with George Esser (bass) and Fats Fries (drums). Between 2002 and 2008 Walter Zinkl (bass), Holger Brandt (drums) and Klaus Reichardt (keyboard, pedal steel guitar) appeared in the band. Since 2008 the band consists of Tom Peschel (bass), Manfred Mildenberger (drums) and Klaus Reichardt (keyboard, pedal steel guitar).From 1992 to 2012 he was a member of the band of Georg Ringsgwandl. In 1992 he wrote the music for the feature film We grandchildren of cabaret artist Bruno Jonas. Since 2006 he also plays with the reunited German progrock band Sahara.

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