Ingram was a founding member of the first Christian rock band Love Song with Chuck Girard in the early 1970s, and performed on the Elliot Mintz television show Headshop (1971). He later became a well known blues player and session musician in Los Angeles, California, playing as sideman for many acts, best known alongside blues guitarist Guitar Shorty for many years.

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  • Ingram was a founding member of the first Christian rock band Love Song with Chuck Girard in the early 1970s, and performed on the Elliot Mintz television show Headshop (1971). He later became a well known blues player and session musician in Los Angeles, California, playing as sideman for many acts, best known alongside blues guitarist Guitar Shorty for many years. (en)
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  • 1948-4-24
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  • Ingram was a founding member of the first Christian rock band Love Song with Chuck Girard in the early 1970s, and performed on the Elliot Mintz television show Headshop (1971). He later became a well known blues player and session musician in Los Angeles, California, playing as sideman for many acts, best known alongside blues guitarist Guitar Shorty for many years. (en)
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  • David Ingram (musician) (en)
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