Alistair Macdonald " Zal " Cleminson (born 4 May 1949, Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish guitarist, best known for his prominent role in The Sensational Alex Harvey Band between 1972 and 1978. In 2017, he put together a new rock band - /sin'dogs/, which recorded and released a 4-song CD and toured Scotland and England at the end of the year.
Sep 15, 2019 · SAHB split up in 1978. You continued touring under the Zal Cleminson band until 1979, when you joined another legendary Scottish band, Nazareth. How did it happen? Zal Cleminson: Well, Nazareth guys were just friends of ours. We had just sort of grown-up almost together in Scotland.
People also ask
What happened to Zal Cleminson?
When was Zal Cleminson added to the line-up?
How many Nazareth albums did Michael Cleminson record?
When did Nazareth release The Newz?
Nazareth announced McCafferty's retirement from the band due to ill health on 28 August 2013, leaving Pete Agnew as the sole remaining original member of the band. On 22 February 2014, it was announced that Scottish singer Linton Osborne was chosen as McCafferty's replacement, with the former singer's blessing.
May 03, 2019 · Zal Cleminson now plays guitar and performs lead vocals with heavy mental band sin'dogs. Zal Cleminson was a member of two of Scotland's most famous rock bands of the '70s but he fell out of love ...
Zal Cleminson is best known as guitarist with The Sensational Alex Harvey Band (SAHB). After Alex Harvey quit the band In the late 1970s Zal worked with Nazareth and as a session player touring with Elkie Brooks, Bonnie Tyler and Midge Ure. He continued to tour as SAHB in the early-2000’s but then retired from music until 2017 when he formed Sin’Dogs. The album ‘Volume 1’ was released ...
Guitarist most famous for being a member of the Scottish rock band The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, with whom he played from 1972 to 1978. He has since gone on to tour and record with artists like Nazareth, Elkie Brooks and Bonnie Tyler. Before Fame. He was a member of the Glasgow-based band Tear Gas in the early 70's. Trivia