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Labelled as a Progressive/ Psychedelic rock band, Family often explored other genres. Debuting in 1968 at the Albert Hall alongside Pink Floyd, they soon became a well known attraction in the UK underground scene. Their lifestyle and exploits inspired the 1969 novel, "Groupie" by Jenny Fabian. They appeared at the IOW Festival in 1969 & 1970. This line up consisted of Roger Chapman (vocals), John 'Polli' Palmer (guitar), Rob Townsend (drums), John 'Charlie' Whitney (keyboards) and John Weider (guitar). - 1970 Isle of Wight Music Festival (displayed as one of 28 images in the slideshow exhibit of Charles Everest's photographs at the V&A)
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