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Fuchsia

Fuchsia
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1) Fuchsia is a British progressive folk band formed in 1970.
2) Fuchsia is an Austrian stoner/grunge band.

1) Fuchsia is a British progressive folk band originally formed in 1970. They released a little-noticed self-titled album in 1971 that, true to its name, was a fusion of various currents of early-'70s rock, particularly progressive rock, and British folk-rock. While guitarist and lead singer Tony Durant was Fuchsia's main motor as the composer of most of the material, the band's chief distinguishing mark was its three-woman string section, including cellist Madeleine Bland (who also played piano and harmonium) and violinists Janet Rogers and Vanessa Hall-Smith; all three also contributed backing vocals. Minimal sales of the album, and minimal promotion, led to the demise of the band later in 1971. 2005 saw the band release the CD Fuchsia, Mahagonny & other gems. In 2013 came the release of the CD "Fuchsia II: From Psychedelia... To a Distant Place" (Sound Practices 001) featuring a new band assembled by Durant in Australia and comprising Durant himself (guitars and vocals), Lloyd Gyi (drums, percussion), Emily Duffill (cello), Tracy Wan (violin), Lidia Bara (violin) and Jo Bara (cello), with Suzy Toomey (accordion) and Isabel Durant (backing vocals). In August 2017 a Fuchsia line-up including original members Durant and Day began a short British tour in Cardigan, Wales, to coincide with the release of the Song double EP.

2) Fuchsia is an Austrian stoner/grunge band who released the EP "Evolve" in 2017.
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