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Dolly Parton was born in 1946 in Tennessee, and her foray into the music world began when she was still just a little girl, singing for local television and radio. By the time she was a teenager, she’d begun recording and even performed at the Grand Ole Opry. Shortly after graduating high school, she moved to Nashville and began pursuit of a full-time career as a singer. At first, Parton’s opportunities were in the role of songwriter, and she wrote a number of chart-...Dolly Parton Bio Continue
Most famous for his iconic American single, “American Pie,” Don McClean was born in 1945 in New York. McClean’s interest in folk music began when he was still a child. Don learned to play guitar when he was about sixteen, and began his career in music singing in city clubs in the 1960’s. Venues such as the Gaslight Cafe in New York and the Troubadour in Los Angeles hosted his performances, until he settled in as a resident singer in a club in Saratoga Springs,...Don McLean Bio Continue
Don Rickles was born in 1926 in Queens, New York. Tw years after leaving the army, serving for the navy in World War II, Rickles entered the American Academy of Dramatic Arts for study. He began accepting small parts on television, but found himself drawn to stand-up comedy. He sought out opportunity to perform at various venues around the country, and began to establish a following, counting Frank Sinatra among one of his earliest fans. Rickles’s success in stand-up led t...Don Rickles Bio Continue
Donovan Philips Leitch was born in 1946 in Glasgow, Scotland, and grew up in Hertford, England. He grew up in a family which loved folk music, both English and Scottish, and so Donovan began playing guitar when he was fourteen. By the time he was a teenager, Donovan was playing in local clubs around St. Albans, perfecting his technique and networking with fellow musicians. In 1964, Donovan was offered the opportunity to record a 10-track demo. The demo led to a management contract, and sub...Donovan Bio Continue
The hip hop recording artist known as Devin the Dude was born Devin Copeland in St. Petersburg, Florida. When he was a child, Devin’s family moved to Texas, where he spent the remainder of his childhood. As a teenager, he was most interested in skateboarding and breakdancing, and by the time he graduated from high school, he’d determined to pursue a career as a rap and hip=hop artists. Devin’s earliest gig was as a member of the Odd Squad, which eventuall...Dorothy Norwood Bio Continue
Eddie Palmieri was born in 1936 in New York to Puerto Rican born parents who instilled a love of Latin music in their children. While in school, young Eddie was exposed to jazz music and began studying jazz piano when he was still in elementary school, growing enamored with such great musicians as Thelonious Monk. He started his own band when he was a teenager, and developed his own unique sound, blending jazz, swing, and Latin influences to include mambos, bongos, and congas in musical ar...Eddie Palmieri Bio Continue
Engelbert Humperdinck was born in Madras, India but raised in Leicester, England. He began playing sax when he was only eleven, and in the mid 1950’s, began his attempts to launch a career as a singer. In 1966, a fortuitous reunion between Humperdinck and his former roommate, Gordon Mills, gave some much needed life support to what had become a fledgling and stalled career. In addition to changing his name (he had been born Arnold George Dorsey), Mills also helped Humperdi...Englebert Humperdinck Bio Continue
Eric Burdon began his career in music performing covers of works originally recorded by musicians he admired, such as Chuck Berry, John Lee Hooker, and Ray Charles. He established the band The Animals in the 1960’s, and they quickly became one of England’s best R&B bands. The Animals released their debut single, “The House of the Rising Sun,” in 1964, to great commercial success. They followed up with hits such as “Don't Let Me Be Misunderst...Eric Burdon Bio Continue
Eric Clapton spent his early years influenced by some of the most iconic blues performers in music – Howlin’ Wolf, Son House, and Robert Johnson. Immediately upon joining the Yardbirds, he established himself with a unique style, one he carried into his time with John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers. In the mid 1960’s, Eric Clapton formed Cream with Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce. With hit singles like “White Room” and “Sunshine of Your Love,&rdqu...Eric Clapton Bio Continue
Felix Cavaliere was born in 1942 in Pelham, New York. As a child, his mother pushed Felix to learn to play the piano, and he began with lessons at the age of six. When he was fourteen, his mother passed away, and Felix’s piano style shifted from classical, as she’d intended, to more blues and rock, emulating Ray Charles and other performers like him. When he was in high school, Felix Cavaliere formed his first band, the Stereos, and began to sing in addition to playing the Hamm...Felix Cavaliere's Rascals Bio Continue
One of the very biggest rock & roll groups of the 1960s, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons is most recognized by the unique falsetto vocals of their lead singer, Frankie Valli himself. Their intricate harmonies, Italian-American doo-wop styles, and R&B influence led to a stellar career and iconic collection of hits for the decade. Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons hit the Top 10 thirteen times, with hits like “Big Girls Don’t cry,” “Rag ...Frankie Valli Bio Continue
George Benson was born in 1943 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a child, Benson taught himself to play the guitar and began performing at a nightclub on the weekends when he was still in elementary school. His first single release, She Makes Me Mad, was released when George was only ten years old, under the name of Little Georgie. Between that time and his graduation from high school, George Benson perfected his talent in jazz music, focusing on guitar, and by the time he was in his early t...George Benson Bio Continue
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