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Connie Stevens was born Concetta Rosalie Ann Ingoglia in 1938 in Brooklyn, New York. Connie’s father was already a well-established actor working under the stage name Stevens, and so when she began her pursuit of a career in entertainment, she too adopted her father’s professional surname. Stevens began performing with a number of singing groups in New York before moving to Los Angeles with her father and appearing in small roles in a number of films.Connie Stevens Bio Continue
The Count Basie Orchestra was created back in the 1930’s, when Count Basie formed a nine-piece band comprised of some of the best musicians of that era. The group quickly expanded to thirteen pieces, and then to sixteen, and began releasing notable hits such as “One O’clock Jump,” bringing the Count Basie Orchestra both critical acclaim and commercial success. Since that time, the Count Basie Orchestra has survived multiple challenges, including the...Count Basie Orchestra Bio Continue
Creedence Clearwater Revival was among the most popular American bands of the 1960’s and 1970’s. Consisting of musicians Doug Clifford, Tom Fogerty, John Fogerty, and Stu Cook, Creedence Clearwater Revival went on to sell more than twenty-six million albums and rank on the Top 100 Greatest Artists of All Time list. Creedence Clearwater Revival gave audiences some of the most iconic albums in American music history, including: Creedence Clearwater Revival (1968), Bayo...Creedence Clearwater Revisited Bio Continue
Dave Brubeck has long served as proof that creative jazz and popul success can go together. Although critics who had championed him when he was unknown seemed to scorn him when the Dave Brubeck Quartet became a surprise success, in reality Brubeck never watered down or altered his music in order to gain a wide audience. Creative booking (being one of the first groups to play regully on college campuses) and a bit of luck resulted in great populity, and Dave Brubeck remains one of the few h...Dave Brubeck Quartet Bio Continue
Musician Dave Davies was born in 1947 in the Fortis Green area of London. Long before Davies rose to fame in his role as the lead guitarist for the band the Kinks, he grew up in a large family of eight children. Influenced by his parents’ love of music, Dave embraced the guitar, piano, and other instruments as he developed his talents throughout the years. By the time he was a young teen, it was clear that the guitar would likely become his instrument of choice, although Dave grew up...Dave Davies Bio Continue
The singular odyssey of David Crosby remains one of the more remarkable tales in the annals of music history. As a founding member of the pioneering American groups the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, David Crosby helped create and popularize the highly influential folk-rock sound, forging the richly harmonic, radiantly acoustic approach which defined the West Coast music scene for years to follow; David Crosby also sold millions of records and enjoyed a cultural impact equaled by few...David Crosby Bio Continue
The singer/songwriter David Gilmour was born in 1946 in Cambridge, England. Long before he rose to fame as the guitarist for Pink Floyd, Gilmour grew up in an intellectual household; his father was a Cambridge professor and his mother was a teacher and film editor. David’s parents supported his aspirations in music, and by the time he was a teenager, young David had already learned to play the guitar. Gilmour met Syda Barrett and Roger Waters at school, and while in ...David Gilmour Bio Continue
As the lead singer, writer, and keyboardist for the rock band Styx, Dennis DeYoung has enjoyed an impressive career that began in the early 1960’s and continues today. At the young age of fourteen, Dennis DeYoung joined his young Roseland, Chicago neighbors, Chuck and John Panozzo, to create a three-piece combo band. Later, after adding John Curulewski and James Young, they took the name Tradewinds. A few years later, they would be known as TW4, before finally settling on ...Dennis DeYoung - The Music Of STYX Bio Continue
As a teenager, Diana Ross began singing with her friends Florence Ballard, Barbara Martin, and Mary Wilson. Two of the three – Diana Ross and Ballard – would eventually go on to become the worldwide sensation known as The Supremes. Diana Ross and The Supremes were signed to Motown Records in 1961, after their discovery by Berry Gordy, Jr., the label’s founder and producer. Their first number one hit, “...Diana Ross Bio Continue
As one of the founding members of the Allman Brothers Band, Dickey Betts is both known as one of the most influential guitar players of all time and one of the most distinctive voices in music today. Dickey Betts’ mastery of seamless country, jazz, blues, and rock has created one of the most unmatched, unique sounds in music. Dickey Betts was a member of a number of bands in the 1960’s, and eventually formed a ban...Dickey Betts Bio Continue
Dion Francis DiMucci was born in 1939 into an Italian-American family living in New York. His father was a vaudeville entertainer, and as a child Dion used to often tag along on his gigs, developing a love of blues, doo-wop, and even country music. He learned to sing the old-fashioned way, perfecting a cappella with other singers right on the streets of New York. Dion auditioned for Mohawk Records in 1957 and landed the deal. He sang the lead against already recorded tracks on &...Dion Bio Continue
Dionne Warwick was born in 1940 in New Jersey, into a family of vocalists. Her aunts, uncles, and her mother comprised the Drinkard Singers, a gospel group well-known throughout the New York area. As a child, Dionne sang gospel in her local church and often joined her family’s performances. A music scholarship upon graduating from high school enabled her to earn a Doctorate in Music Education in the early 1970’s, until a chance meeting with Burt Bacharach would change her desti...Dionne Warwick Bio Continue
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