Gram Parsons (1946-1973)

Country : États-Unis
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Winterhaven, Fla., 05-11-1946
Death : Yucca Valley, Calif., 19-09-1973
Note :
Chanteur et guitariste de country-rock. - Auteur-compositeur. - Membre des groupes the Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers, International Submarine Band et Gram Parson & Fallen angels
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 5924 4545

Activities of Gram Parsons (1946-1973) (24 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Musical work (24)

GP with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Guitariste
GP with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Lotta love with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Country rock with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Alternate takes from GP and Grivous angel with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Grievous angel with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Alternate takes from GP and Grivous angel with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Guitariste
GP with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Country rock with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Lousiana rain with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Interprète (Guitares (diverses))
GP with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
GP with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Guitariste
Warm evenings, pale mornings, bottled blues with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Love hurts. - [2] with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Love hurts. - [18] with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Love hurts. - [2] with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Love hurts. - [23] with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Love hurts. - [23] with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Love hurts. - [2] with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
Love hurts. - [23] with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
The greatest country music recordings of all time with Gram Parsons (1946-1973) as Chanteur
THE LAST OF THE RED HOT BURRITOS
UNTITLED
THE FLYING BURRITO BROS

Documents about Gram Parsons (1946-1973) (5 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Livres (4)

Calling me home
Small eternity
Gram Parsons
Twenty thousand roads

Films, vidéos (1)

Fallen angel

See also