Crabby Appleton was a short-lived rock band fronted by veteran singer-songwriter Michael Fennelly (b. 1949) that became famous during the early 1970s. They are best known for the hard-driving and energetic power pop classic, "Go Back" (1970).
Formed in Los Angeles, California in 1970, the lineup also included Felix "Flaco" Falcon (percussion), Casey Foutz (keyboards), Hank Harvey (bass), and Phil Jones (drums). The band took its name from a character in the Tom Terrific cartoon TV show. Crabby Appleton released two critically acclaimed albums on Elektra Records, "Crabby Appleton" (1970) and "Rotten To The Core" (1971), before finally disbanding in 1972.
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