Mr. Fox is a name used by multiple artists. (1) was an English folk-rock group of the 70s. (2) Reggae, Dancehall, Hip Hop and Reggaeton artist from Panama Mr. Fox (1): In 1970, folk musicians Bob Pegg and his wife Carole Pegg (AKA Carolanne Pegg), who had released albums as a duo (Bob and Carole Pegg), decided to form a band inspired by the folk-rock style of Fairport Convention. They recruited Alan Eden (drums), Barry Lyons (electric bass), Andrew Massey (cello), and John Myatt (woodwinds). Initially the band featured no guitar at all, setting them apart from virtually every other band of the genre. They released two albums before splitting up. Mr. Fox (2) Dancehall/hip hop artist from Panama. Member of Just Do It Clan. Often collaborated with the late El Velaxx. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.