Blast Furnace and the Heatwaves
Blast Furnace and the Heatwaves were a London, UK-based blues and rhythm 'n' blues band, flourishing in the 1970s and 1980s. Lead singer and harmonica player "Blast Furnace" was the alter-ego of then New Musical Express journalist and rock and blues historian, Charles Shaar Murray.
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