One of my favorite bands of all time is The Dwight Twilley Band. I bought their debut single "I'm On Fire" when it came out in 1975 and they were the first band I ever went to see play in a nightclub ("Barnaby's" in Bridgeport CT- I was 12!). Their 1st LP "Sincerely" is a totally brilliant mix of Merseybeat guitars, Sun Studio slap-back and Everly Brothers harmonies.It's basically 2 guys from Tulsa, Dwight Twilley and Phil Seymour,who met in line at a showing of "A Hard Day's Night" in 1969 and immediately went home and started writing songs and demoing them together. Completing the line-up was the brilliant guitarist Bill Pitcock IV. That was the whole studio band-Dwight played keyboards and rhythm guitar, Phil played drums AND bass (!) and Bill played lead guitar. Dwight has a website here (Turn down your speakers!). There's one dedicated to the late Phil Seymour here .You can buy "Sincerely" here. And there's a great article about the history of the Twilley Band here.Here's the demo version of one of the tracks off "Sincerely".
Dwight Twilley Band-You Were So Warm (Demo).mp3