Sky Saxon Biography
Mainly known as leader and singer of garage rock band The Seeds. Began his career as doo-wop influenced singer under the name Little Richie Marsh in the early 60es. After changing his name to Sky Saxon, he began playing with The Electra-Fires and The Soul Rockers before finally starting The Seeds in 1965.
After the third and last album of the band in 1969, he joined the Ya Ho Wa sect and then left to Hawaii. He released several albums as the Yahowa 13 in the 70es.
Sky Saxon reformed The Seeds in 1989 and 2003, but the former members soon left the band after the second reformation.