An English pop singer,songwriter, best known as a member of the pop group The Zombies, and for his participation on various albums with the Alan Parsons Project.
Formed in 1963,Hertfordshire, England The group broke up in 1967.
Blunstone's voice was one of the factors making The Zombies' single, "She's Not There" written by fellow band member Rod Argent, such a big hit worldwide.
He had some success as a solo artist, singing in a much gentler, softer style, notably with "Say You Don't Mind" in 1972 written by Denny Laine.
"One Year" released in 1971 and produced by Chris White was his first solo album.
He signed with Elton John's Rocket Records and released three albums, Planes 1976.
He went on to appear on several albums by The Alan Parsons Project including Eye in the Sky and Ammonia Avenue. In 1984, he joined with other Parsons musicians to form Keats.
He has appeared quite a few times on the principal radio and TV shows in the UK.
Blunstone still tours to this day, sometimes on his own, occasionally in tours with 1960s bands such as Manfred Mann - and most often with his old Zombies colleague Rod Argent.
One Year (1971)
Never Even Thought (1978)
Late Nights In Soho (1979)
Sings His Greatest Hits (1991)
Echo Bridge (1995)
Live at the BBC (1995)
The Light Inside (1998)
Out of the Shadows (with Rod Argent) (2002)
As Far as I Can See (with Rod Argent as The Zombies) (2004)
Live at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London (with Rod Argent as The Zombies) (2005)
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