Gandalf the Grey


Singer/songwriter Chris Wilson was right in the midst of the hippie influx that poured into the Greenwich Village folk scene in the early and mid-'60s. Not long after moving to New York City in 1966, the Glen Cove, Long Island, native was befriended by Columbia Records executive Bob Hughes, whose partner Nicholas DeMartino would soon become Wilson's manager and greatest advocate. (DeMartino, incidentally, was also manager for an agit-rock band by the name of Elephant's Memory

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