Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.

close
taste of honey

taste of honey

In 1971, keyboardist Perry Kibble and singer/guitarist Janice Marie Johnson found themselves unemployed, so the two musicians decided to pool their talent and work together. Adding a pair of friends they christened themselves "A Taste Of Honey" after the Herb Alpert song from 1965. The newly formed group found work at local Southern California beer joints. They spent the next several years perfecting their act with a tour of duty that included stops at military bases all over Europe and the Far East.

Radio stations playing it

No stations playing taste of honey now

Albums

No albums found

Hot tracks