Keith Lamb

Game designer, Musical Artist

1952 –


Who is Keith Lamb?

Keith Lamb was the lead singer and founding member of the Australian glam rock band, Hush. He sang since the age of 10 years old, fronting bands such as Mr. Toad, The Case and Sleepy Talk in England. Mr. Toad supported some great UK acts such as the Who and the Equals. He emigrated to Australia in 1970 with his school friend Robin Jackson.

Lamb co-wrote the Hush's music with guitarist Les Gock. He was arguably Australia's best front man of the 1970s, along with Bon Scott and Doc Neeson. Lamb lived for performing and was heartbroken when Hush split up. He enjoyed and produced some great work with bands Airport, Larry, and the Keith Lamb Band but none had the commercial success of Hush. He also produced albums such as Pioneers.

Since then Lamb has performed at solo gigs, such as the Lifeline Concert in Cairns. He remained involved creatively with music, art and sculpture and is a partner in the embroidery company Rajmahal. He has two children and three grandchilden. Lamb is also the co-author of the game, The Art of Conversation.

He lives in Bendigo, Victoria.

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Jan 9, 1952
  • Australia
  • England
  • United Kingdom

on July 23, 2013


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