SPIRIT CARAVAN BIOGRAPHY
Spirit Caravan was a Maryland doom/stoner metal band featuring the legendary guitarist and vocalist Scott Weinrich (aka: Wino) formerly of The Obsessed and Saint Vitus. The band had a lyrical emphasis on spirituality (though not necessarily religion) and global politics.SPIRIT CARAVAN GENRES
Other band members were Dave Sherman (bass and vocals) and Gary Isom (drums). Weinrich credits them for encouraging him to join the band and become active musically again, after he had abandoned his music career.
Thought the band has officially split, it is believed the band split-up a short time after their tour in 2002.
After the band's demise, Weinrich joined Place of Skulls, founded a new band, The Hidden Hand, and contributed vocals and guitars to Dave Grohl's project Probot. Sherman went on to join long-time stoner drummer Eric Little to form the band Earthride.
Their song "Dove-Tongued Aggressor" was featured on the Tony Hawk's American Wasteland soundtrack.
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SPIRIT CARAVAN ORIGIN
United States of America (Maryland), formed in 1995
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SPIRIT CARAVAN CURRENT LINE-UP
Scott "Wino" Weinrich - Guitar, vocals (The Obsessed, The Hidden Hand, ex-Place of Skulls, ex-Saint Vitus, Shrinebuilders, ex-Victor Griffin, guest for Paul Chain, Solace (US))
Gary Isom - Drums (ex-Iron Man, Nitroseed, ex-Pentagram (US), ex-Unorthodox (US), Valkyrie, ex-Wretched (US))
David "Dave" Sherman - Bass (Earthride, Los Tres Pesados, War Injun, ex-Wretched (US))