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Christopher John Kefford Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Christopher John "Ace" Kefford (born 10 December 1946, Moseley, Birmingham, England) is an English bassist. He was the co-founder of The Move in October 1965 with Trevor Burton, after meeting David Bowie at Birmingham's Cedar Club, following a performance by Bowie's band Davy Jones and the Lower Third. The duo invited Roy Wood, then Carl Wayne and Bev Bevan to join and complete the classic Move line-up.After leaving The Move in mid-1968, Kefford embarked on a solo album with record producer, Tony Visconti, at the Olympic and Trident studios in London. Eight songs were recorded, including "Save the Life of My Child", featuring Jimmy Page on guitar. However, Kefford abandoned the project and the album remained unreleased until 2003 (as Ace The Face, Sanctuary Records). Kefford formed The Ace Kefford Stand in 1968, which included guitarist Dave Ball, bassist Dennis Ball and drummer Cozy Powell.He wrote the song "William Chalker's Time Machine", a 1968 single by The Lemon Tree.Kefford has bipolar disorder. His leaving The Move came after a period of heavy gigging and experimentation with LSD. In a rare interview in 2003, he discussed that period with the Birmingham Mail.
|Date Of Birth||December 10, 1946|
|Place Of Birth||Birmingham, England, UK|
|1||Member of the 1960s group, The Move.|
|Tonite Let's All Make Love in London||1967||Documentary||Himself (uncredited)|
|Ready, Steady, Go!||1966||TV Series||Himself|