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  1. In 1974 Babe Ruth's first album, First Base, was certified gold in Canada. Steve Gurl joins Babe Ruth, replacing Chris Holmes on keyboards. Babe Ruth appeared again on BBC Two's The Old Grey Whistle Test, this time getting banned from BBC by Bernie Andrews. Babe Ruth was unbanned from BBC in 1975.

    • 1970–1976, 2005–present
    • Jenny Haan, Dave Hewitt, Alan Shacklock, Dave Punshon
  2. Formed 1971, disbanded 1976, reformed 2002 for the album Que Pasa. Sites: Facebook , X , Instagram , Wikipedia. Members: Alan Shacklock, Bernie Marsden, Chris Holmes (4), Dave Hewitt, Dave Punshon, Dick Powell (7), Ed Spevock, Ellie Hope, Jenny Haan, Steve Gurl. Variations: Viewing All | Babe Ruth. Baby Ruth.

  3. BABE RUTH was a band that formed in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, in 1971. Guitarist Alan Shacklock founded this progressive rock band. They had a rhythmic, bluesy, guitar orientated sound capped off by the blistering vocals of Jenny Hahn.

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    Babe Ruth are an English rock band from Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England. They were initially active in the 1970s and reformed in 2002. From Wikipedia...

  5. Babe Ruth Mais imagens Perfil: British rock band originally known as Shacklock in 1971, then renamed to Babe Ruth. Formed 1971, disbanded 1976, reformed 2007 for the album Que Pasa . Sites: baberuthband.com, bobbyshred.com, MySpace, Wikipedia Membros:

  6. Babe Ruth was a British progressive rock band formed in 1971 by singer Janita "Jenny" Haan, guitarist Alan Shacklock, and bassist Dave Hewitt. The group released three albums of pop/rock music with a progressive edge, featuring songs like "Wells Fargo" and "Stealin' Home". The band disbanded in 1976 after a series of personnel changes.