Lighthouse

Toronto, Ontario

Lighthouse is a rock band formed in 1968 in Toronto by vocalist/drummer Skip Prokop (formerly of the Paupers) and keyboardist Paul Hoffert. Their sound included horns, string instruments, and vibraphone; their music reflected elements of rock music, jazz, classical music, and swing. They won Juno Awards for Best Canadian Group of the Year in 1972, 1973 and 1974. Lighthouse made its performing debut on May 14, 1969, at the Rock Pile in Toronto, introduced by Duke Ellington with the words, "I'm beginning to see the Light...house". The band originally consisted of 13 members.  Skip Prokop passed away Wednesday (Aug. 30, 2017) from heart complications. He was 73. - Wikipedia

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Years Active

 

1968–1976, 1982, 1992–present

 

Videos

One Fine Morning

Pretty Lady

Sunny Days

Members

 

Skip Prokop: drums and vocals, Paul Hoffert: keyboards and vibraphone

Ralph Cole: guitar and vocals, Grant Fullerton: bass and vocals

Vic "Pinky" Dauvin: percussion and lead vocals, Ian Guenther: violin

Don Dinovo: violin and viola, Don Whitton: cello, Leslie Schneider: cello

Freddy Stone: trumpet and flugelhorn, Arnie Chycoski: trumpet and flugelhorn

Howard Shore: alto saxophone, Russ Little: trombone

Music & Merch

Lighthouse - 1969

Suite Feeling - 1969

Peacing It All Together - 1970

One Fine Morning - 1971

Thoughts Of Movin' On - 1971

Live - 1972

Sunny Days - 1972

Can You Feel It - 1973

Good Day - 1974

Song Of The Ages - 1999

One Fine Light - 1971

The Best Of Lighthouse - 1974

40 Years Of Sunny Days - 2009

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