Founding member Jim McCarty and a line-up of A-list musicians bring fresh energy to hits such as “For Your Love” and “Heart Full of Soul”
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The Yardbirds sound pre-1965: covers of American blues and R&B standards, refracted through the prism of the band’s own knack for off-the-rails instrumental passages and improvisation
What changed in 1965: the band found its own voice with the single “For Your Love,” which eschewed the pop conventions of the time with surprising color changes, droning harmonies, and an arrangement involving harpsichord and bongos
Since then: the Yardbirds broke new ground with its use of distortion, feedback, and amplification—forever broadening the scope of rock and roll
Legendary alumni: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page, three of the five greatest guitarists of all time according to Rolling Stone’s top 100 list.
Current lineup: founding Yardbirds member and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Jim McCarty is joined by guitarist Johnny A., former Bob Dylan bassist Kenny Aaronson, blues harpist Myke Scavone, and guitarist-vocalist John Idan, who appeared on the band’s 2003 album Birdland.