Humble Pie

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Humble Pie (Aka "The Pie")
Humble Pie in 1974
Background information
OriginEssex, England
GenresHard rock, blues rock, boogie rock
Years active1968–1975, 1979–1983, 1988–2000, 2001–2002
LabelsImmediate, A&M, Sanctuary
Past member(s)Steve Marriott
Peter Frampton
Greg Ridley
Rick Craig
Clem Clempson
Anthony "Sooty" Jones
Dave Walker
Jerry Shirley
Bobby Tench

Humble Pie was an English blues-rock band that formed in 1969. The members were Steve Marriott, Peter Frampton, Jerry Shirley, and Greg Ridley.[1] In 1972, Frampton left and was replaced by Clem Clempson. In 1976, the band broke up. Their most famous song was "30 Days In The Hole", which was on the album Smokin.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Small Faces/Humble Pie/Frampton". Retrieved 20 August 2010.