Terry Horbury
06.02.1950 - 15.12.2015



(updated 14.11.2015)
Audio samples:
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C.R.B. - "White Room" - live 2010
  Section: Tour Dates / Bogus Deep Purple 1980 Special   Click to the Audio Sample
C.R.B. - "Deserted Cities of the Heart" - live 2010





Nick Simper & Nasty Habits Special
"The Deep Purple Mk 1 Songbook" featuring Peter Brkusic (dr)




Special Features:

Go to the Deep Purple Live in Graz 1975 Photo Gallery
Go to the Bogus Deep Purple 1980 Special
Go to the Deep Purple Vinyl Bootleg Collection


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The Band

The members of the band have known each other since 1991. All of them are fans of the power trio "Cream". After the first rehearsals in London they knew they had to take it on the road.

One day before Cream performanced at Madison Square Gardens, the Cream Revival Band played their debut concert at the "Planet Music" club in Vienna. The show was filmed and is released as: The Cream Revival Band - "In The Sunshine Of Vienna".

New !!! ***** Current 2015 live performances in the Tour Dates section *****




Andy Seghers - guitars, vocals
Terry Horbury - bass, vocals
Peter Brkusic - drums
ex - Ozzy Osbourne, Dirty Tricks, Vardis,
Nick Simper & Nasty Habits
Nicko McBain, David Gilmour




Cream were a 1960´s british supergroup which consisted of guitarist Eric Clapton, bassist Jack Bruce and drummer Ginger Baker. Celebrated as one of the first great power trios and supergroups of Rock, their sound was characterised by a melange of blues and psychodelia. Cream combined Clapton´s blues guitar playing with the airy voice and intense basslines of Jack Bruce and the jazz - influenced drumming of Ginger Baker. Cream´s music included songs based on traditional blues such as "Crossroads" and "Spoonful" and modern blues such as "Born Under A Bad Sign", as well as more eccentric songs such as "Strange Brew", "Tales Of Brave Ulysses" and "Toad". Some of Cream´s biggest hits include "I Feel Free", "Sunshine Of Your Love", "White Room", "Crossroads" and "Badge".

Cream, together with "The Who", made a significant impact upon the popular music of the time providing a heavy and technically proficient musical theme that foreshadowed the emergence of bands like "Led Zeppelin" and "Rush" in the late 1960´s and 1970´s, and contributed to the emergence of later forms of Heavy Metal and Hard Rock. The band´s live performances influenced progressive rock acts and other jam bands, including the "Greatful Dead" and "Phish".




We would like to thank the following people for their support for the band and their help for this website:

Wolfgang and Pamela Jaafar (Band photographers), Oliver Michl (Band management), Karl Vollmann (Pictures from London 2005), Gottfried Heger, Funkytown Productions, VR Entertainment, and everyone who photographed, worked, helped or something like that.

Very special thanks from Peter to Liz Baker for the bass drum head which she has given to him (Have a look at the picture at the Gallery, section Other Pictures).






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