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John Kay Biography
John Kay (born Joachim Fritz Krauledat April 12, 1944) is a German-born Canadian singer, songwriter and guitarist. He founded a blues rock group known as The Sparrow in 1965, which had moderate success in Canada before augmenting it's line-up and changing its name to Steppenwolf in 1967, which had international success with songs such as "Born to Be Wild", "Magic Carpet Ride", "Monster", and "Rock Me". He recorded both as a solo artist and with Steppenwolf during the late 1970s and is still touring with a new Steppenwolf line-up in 2004.

Solo discography
Forgotten Songs and Unsung Heroes (1972)
My Sportin' Life (1973)
All in Good Time (1978)
Lone Steppenwolf (1987)
Rise and Shine (1990)
Feed the Fire (1996)
Lost Heritage Tapes (1997)
Heretics and Privateers (2001)
John Kay and the Sparrow (compilation of earlier recordings)
Wolftracks (compilation of John Kay solo and with Steppenwolf)
John Kay Resources
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