Danny McCulloch

Best known for his tenure in the psychedelic blues version of Eric Burdon’s “New” Animals following Chas Chandler’s departure, the late Danny McCulloch waxed a handful of fine sides with the band including Winds of Change (1967), “Monterey,” “Sky Pilot,” and the lost gem Every One of Us (1968).

A singer, writer, and solo recording artist, Danny’s playing drew attention from Jimi Hendrix (“one of the best bass guitarists I’ve heard…”) and Billboard magazine among others. 

McCulloch also plied his craft with Jerry Lee Lewis, Tony Craven & The Casuals, Screaming Lord Sutch & the Savages, and Muddy Waters to cite a few.

Eric New Animals.jpg