Tony Stevens

Bassist and Songwriter
Born Sep 12, 1949

Tony Stevens is an English musician, best known as the bassist with the bands Foghat and Savoy Brown.

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1949 Birth Born on September 12, 1949.


1968 18 Years Old Stevens joined the British blues-rock band Savoy Brown in 1968, and contributed to four of that band's albums over the next two years as bassist and songwriter. … Read More


1971 21 Years Old After a concert tour of the U.S. to support Looking In, Kim Simmonds, Savoy Brown's de facto leader, disbanded this version of the group. Following this, Stevens, Earl and Peverett, along with guitarist Rod Price, founded Foghat in January 1971. … Read More
1975 25 Years Old Stevens ultimately came to dislike spending so much time on the road and away from England, and announced his departure from the band in 1975.
1976 26 Years Old After leaving Foghat, Stevens returned to England and refocused himself on session work. Most notably, Stevens was a member of the band supporting the Thames Television TV series Rock Follies, whose first soundtrack album entered the U.K. album chart at number 1 in 1976.
1978 28 Years Old Rock Follies composer Andy Mackay, best known as saxophonist/oboist with Roxy Music, also enlisted Stevens' services on his 1978 solo album Resolving Contradictions. … Read More


1994 44 Years Old While Rubin ultimately was not involved in the project, Stevens rejoined his ex-bandmates to record 1994's Return of the Boogie Men, and toured with Foghat for the next two years in support of the album.


2000 50 Years Old Peverett died in 2000 and Price had left the band yet again in 1999, leaving Stevens and Earl to maintain the band through 2004.
2005 55 Years Old Stevens currently performs with the band Slow Ride, which he founded in "the Foghat tradition" in 2005. … Read More
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