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Joe Correro Jr.

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Employment History

  • Drummer
    The Raiders
  • Drummer
15 Total References
Web References
Untitled Document, 8 Feb 2015 [cached]
From October through March of 1973 the band was Bill, Rick Gardner, Alan and Jerry on trumpet, Davy Ferguson on guitar, Jerry Manfredi on bass, Joe Correro on drums, and Wally Yohn on keyboards.
Joe Correro actually joined us in
Joe Correro, although did a lot of rock n roll session stuff, was more jazzy in his style and approach.
Drummer Joe Correro mentioned that "Bill loved Jerry's playing so much that every time Jerry would be playing a solo, Bill would just watch him closely.
After his show, Joe went backstage to Bill and told hem how great he thought the group was and that he liked the drummer. Bill told Joe that it was not the regular drummer and they were looking for someone.
The manager chased Joe around his car trying to clobber him screaming at Joe "Are you nuts?". Joe said the CHASE band was one of the best experiences of his life, it was great because the music was so great and the energy level so high.
Joe said "One time while flying the DC3, I noticed oil leaking out of the engine, I asked the pilot 'should it be doing that?' he responded 'no problem, it's fine'.
/Chase/personnel, 2 May 2014 [cached]
Drums - Joe Correro
Charlie Coe, who had played guitar ..., 4 Aug 1979 [cached]
Charlie Coe, who had played guitar for the group in 1963, rejoined the band on bass with Joe Correro, Jr. becoming the new drummer.
Joe Correro departed after their spring tour ended, to be replaced by his predecessor Mike Smith.
Joe Correro Jr., the Raiders' drummer from 1967-1971, performs as part of the Los Angeles-based Richard Sherman Trio jazz combo.
- Drummers Keita Akutsu, Don Allen, ... [cached]
- Drummers Keita Akutsu, Don Allen, Mike Clark, Joe Correro, Donald Dean, Frank De Vito, Chico Fernandez, Stephen Foster, Denise Fraser, Don Hooker, Clarence Johnston, Douglas Klug, Dean Koba, Ed La Fata, Denis LaPron, Jack LeCompte, Frank Marsico, Maria Martinez, Joel Minamide, Billy Paul, Ralph Penland, Michael Rosen, Evan Stone, Paul Tavenner, Johnny Vana, Bobby White, and the late Tim Hafer and Scott Ickes.
Toxic Web → 21st November 2009 Archives → Ramblings of a Toxic mind…, 1 Oct 2010 [cached]
November 19: bandleader Tommy Dorsey (1905), gospel singer J.D. Sumner (1914), Funk Brothers pianist Joe Hunter (1927), singer Ray Collins of The Mothers of Invention (1937), Hank Medress of The Tokens (1938), Pete Moore of The Miracles (1939), Blood, Sweat & Tears piano and sax man Fred Lipsius (1943), Paul Revere & The Raiders drummer Joe Correro, Jr. (1946), drummer Matt Sorum of Guns N' Roses (1960), Travis McNabb of Better Than Ezra (1969), Justin Chancellor, bass player for Peach and Tool (1971), Tamika Scott of Xscape (1975)
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