BOBBY HARRISON's first taste of pop fame was as a member of GOLDEN APPLES OF THE SUN who released a single on the now infamous Immediate label in 1965. However it was a drummer with legendary band PROCUL HARUM that Bobby achieved worldwide fame with the hits "Whiter Shade Of Pale" and "Homburg". Bobby then formed FREEDOM who recorded between 1968 and 1972. Following the demise of Freedom Bobby recorded a solo album "Funkist" which scored on the USA Billboard Chart. Early 1973 Bobby looked to form a band again and teamed up with MICKY MOODY and they formed SNAFU. Taking a new direction Bobby then formed NOBODYS BUSINESS with JOE JAMMER and TONY STEVENS (Foghat). Bobby's next adventure was fronting an all black band called NIAGRARA which led to a session being recorded TOMMY VANCE. This then led to Bobby going to Iceland where he recorded an Icelandic Top 20m album "Solid Silver" with the guys from MEZZOFORTE playing Bobby's album.