The number of groups who formed in the 1960s and remain active today could probably be counted on one hand. To that end, most people would be hard-pressed to think of one band that fits the description besides The Rolling Stones. But there is another group from England who, despite some changes in membership over their 40-plus years together, are still together, touring and recording.
AMM have had no platinum-selling records, no singles on the Billboard charts, and no videos on MTV. Though they did share bills with Pink Floyd and Yoko Ono in the late ‘60s, they never achieved the mainstream success of the former or the infamy of the latter.
The first incarnation of AMM formed in London, England in 1965. With the line-up of Eddie Prevost... Read More