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  1. When SAHB split up, in 1978, they decided to tour as the Zal Band, recruited The Tubes' vocalist Leroi Jones and 19-year-old Billy Rankin on guitar, who later played with Nazareth. In 1979 Cleminson joined Nazareth [2] and recorded two albums with them, 1979's No Mean City and 1980's Malice in Wonderland .

  2. Sep 15, 2019 · Cleminson continued performing under the name The Zal Band. In 1979, he joined another classic Scottish band, Nazareth, with whom he released “No Mean City” and “Malice in Wonderland.” Later on, Cleminson worked as a session musician, did several short-lived reunions with different incarnations of SAHB, and performed with various bands ...

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  4. 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.

  5. After The Fool Circle a respected young guitar slinger and songwriter from Glasgow who had played in Cleminson’s band Zal was recruited. His name was Billy Rankin and around the same time John Locke was keen to join up, and so the next album release, the very high energy live double-album ‘Snaz recorded in Vancouver in May 1981, featured ...

  6. When SAHB split up, in 1978, they decided to tour as the Zal Band, recruited The Tubes' vocalist Leroi Jones and 19-year-old Billy Rankin on guitar, who later played with Nazareth. In 1979 Cleminson joined Nazareth and recorded two albums with them, 1979's No Mean City and 1980's Malice in Wonderland.

  7. Zal Cleminson. Zal Cleminson, guitarist with Nazareth, on stage during a live concert performance by the band in Scotland, United Kingdom, in January 1979. (Photo by Fin Costello/Redferns/Getty Images) Zal Cleminson : News Photo. Embed.

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