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Liza Minnelli’s contributions to the entertainment industry are innumerous. From music to theater to television to film, Liza’s talents have made her one of the most famous and sought-after live performers since she began her career in the early 1960’s. As the daughter of Judy Garland and the famous film director Vincente Minnelli, Liza Minnelli began her career while still just a baby. She appeared in her parents’ film In the Good Old Summertime...Liza Minnelli Bio Continue
The R&B vocalist Lloyd Price was born in 1933 in Louisiana. Long before Lloyd Price, who would quickly become known as “Mr. Personality,” rose to fame with his hit “Lawdy Miss Clawdy” in 1952, Price grew up in the New Orleans area. With the city’s heavy musical influences, it’s no surprise that Lloyd began performing in his school and church choirs, and so by the time Specialty Records came to town to scout for new talents, it was inevitable that Llo...Lloyd Price Bio Continue
The American jazz and funk musician Lonnie Liston Smith, Jr., was born in 1940. Smith’s father was a gospel musician and member of the group the Harmonizing Four, so it was no surprise that young Lonnie would follow in his footsteps and also pursue a career as a musician. As a young child, Smith studied trumpet, tuba, and piano, eventually going on to study music at Morgan State University and graduating with a B.S. in Music Education. While still in coll...Lonnie Liston Smith Bio Continue
Loretta Lynn was born in 1932 in Paintsville, Kentucky, into a large family of eight children. Her father was a coal miner, and unlike many other country music stars, Lynn’s inspiration to pursue a career in music did not develop while she was a child; she grew up in a working class household with little opportunity to learn to play music. However, she married at the age of fifteen, and for her twenty-first birthday, he husband bought her a guitar and within three years it was clear ...Loretta Lynn Bio Continue
Marianne Faithfull was born in Hampstead, London, in 1946, into a well-educated family of aristocratic descent. The family moved to Ormskirk, Lancashire, and Marianne spent her early years in her father’s commune in Oxfordshire. Marianne moved to Berkshire after her parents separated, where she spent most of her childhood and schoolgirl years. Marianne Faithfull was active in theater and music while in school, and her singing career began in the mid 1960’s, wit...Marianne Faithfull Bio Continue
Mary Wilson was born in 1944 in Greenville, Mississippi. Despite a rather unstable childhood which involved a number of moves, by the time she was twelve, Mary and her family had settled in Detroit, which is where she spent her formative teenage years and discovered her talent for music. At the age of thirteen, she teamed up with Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, and Betty McGlown to form the Primettes. Betty McGlown left the group, and the three remaining, including Mary Wilson, became ...Mary Wilson of the Supremes Bio Continue
Micky Dolenz was born in 1945 and began a career in the entertainment industry while still a very young boy. At the age of eleven, he starred in Circus Boy, a children’s show which ran for thee years. He learned to play guitar and sing, and performed with a number of local bands in Los Angeles before being picked up as the drummer for the band The Monkees. The audition for the Monkees drew hundreds of hopefuls who responded to the ad, but only four - Michael Nesmith, Peter...Micky Dolenz Bio Continue
The Moody Blues came together in Birmingham, England in 1964 when founders Ray Thomas and Mike Pinder joined forces with Denny Laine, Graeme Edge, and Clint Warwick to create the band. Within only six months, the Moody Blues had earned a recording contract and they began releasing singles. Their first, “Steal Your Heart Away,” didn’t hit the charts, but “Go Now,” their follow up, hit number one on the charts in England and rose to number ten in Amer...Moody Blues Bio Continue
Nancy Wilson was born in 1937 in Chillicothe, Ohio. She grew up in a household of six children, and as a young girl Nancy was highly influenced by the music her father used to play in the home, which included Nat Cole, Ruth Brown, and Jimmy Scott. Before she began elementary school, Nancy knew that she wished to pursue music as a career, and she began singing and performing. By the time she was a teenager, Wilson was performing at local clubs and high schools, until an audition earned her ...Nancy Wilson Bio Continue
Neil Sedaka was born in 1939 in Brooklyn, New York. As a child, he demonstrated a talent for music, and his working-class parents found the resources to purchase a second-hand piano so that he could begin lessons. The sacrifice paid off, and while still very young, Neil Sedaka earned a piano scholarship to the prestigious Julliard School of Music, in their prep division, designed to train young children for future careers as musicians. Despite his parents desire that he pursue a...Neil Sedaka Bio Continue
Neil Young was born in 1945 in Canada, and began performing music while still a young man living in Canada. He moved to California in the mid-1960’s, and along with Stephen Stills and Richie Furay, founded the band Buffalo Springfield in 1966. After two years, Young left the band and began a solo career, establishing himself as one of the most iconic singers of his generation. Neil Young, the debut album, was released in 1969. He shortly thereafter established the band Crazy Ho...Neil Young Bio Continue
Paul McCartney has enjoyed the most successful career of all the former Beatles, dominating the charts throughout the 1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s, and well into the new millennium. His seven number one albums in the first twelve years of his solo career are just the tip of the iceberg. McCartney was released in 1970, at about the same time the Beatles released Let It Be, and shortly thereafter, the band broke up. McCartney spent thre...Paul McCartney Bio Continue
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