Member from July 1974 to December 1985.
Occasional "special guest" at certain gigs even after that.
Pre Wishbone Ash:
Semi-pro groups: The Four Fables, Sugar.
Founding member of Home. Albums:
Pause or a Hoarse Horse, CBS 64356
Home, CBS 647521973
The Alchemist, CBS 65550
|1985||Played with Tina Turner's and Joe Cockers' bands after leaving Wishbone Ash.|
|1989||Played on Jimmy Martin's album "The Rhythm of Life"|
Touring with Joe Cocker. Appeared in Jay Leno Show in Aug. 1991
Played guitar and co-wrote Roger Chapman's album "Under No Obligation"
Recording with Jimmy Martin and playing in a group called Glory Glory.
Jimmy Martin, guitar
John Edwards, bass (Status Quo)
Jeff Rich, drums (Status Quo)
Don Snow, keys (Tina Turner's band)
Glory Glory released an album (Sep/Oct 93) called "Kids of the Rocking Nation".
|1993?||Played on Return of the Zombies album.|
Playing in Little Devils:
John Warman, vocals
Ian Gibbons, keys
John Lingwood, drums
Steve Barnacle, bass
|1996||New release with Roger Chapman's band titled "Kiss My Soul".|
Touring with Joe Cocker in his "Night of the Proms".
After that Laurie went back to play and tour with Roger Chapman.
Touring with the SAS band, formed by Queen keyboards man Spike Edney.
Line-up: Roger Taylor, Spike Edney, Steve Hogarth, Laurie Wisefield and Roy Wood.
Played guitar and co-wrote Roger Chapman's album "A Turn Unstoned?"
Toured with Roger Chapman's band, The Shortlist.
Laurie's also working with the Night of the Proms and the Little Devils.
|2000||Attended the Wishbone Ash 30th anniversary party.|
|2003-||Playing guitar in the Queen Musical|
|2008||Active as always. In between Queen Musical performances playing in Tina Turner's tour band.|
In a band consisting of several former Whitesnake band members. Band name: Monsters of British Rock
|2012||Band now retitled Snakecharmer.|
Written by: Rainer Frilund - Last update: Mar, 2012