There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Heron is a British folk band founded in 1967, which released two albums and two singles on the Dawn label from 1970 to 1972. Both albums were recorded outside. The first - self-titled - album was recorded in a field by the river Thames; the second was a double album, which they recorded outside a Devon country cottage. This album shows a greater variety of musical styles compared to the debut album.
But still the acoustic folk-style is dominant, mixed with some more rocking tunes. The original line up consisted of Roy Apps, G.T. Moore, Tony Pook, and Steve Jones. After the two albums, some members of Heron went to work with Shusha.
Moore was also busy recording and touring with a band called G.T. Moore And the Reggae Guitars, which split up in 1977. Later in 1983 a cassette called Open Up the Road was released, and shortly afterwards Moore left. But the band kept going, playing gigs with Terry Clarke and Big Tom Robinson.Make Heron Playlist