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With their iconic hit "American Woman," the Canadian band Guess Who has firmly placed itself in the annals of American music history. The Guess Who came together in Winnipeg, formed by singer/guitarist Chad Allan. The initial lineup included Allan, Bob Ashley, Randy Bachman, Garry Peterson, and Jim Kale. Their first hit was a rendition of "Shakin' All Over." The single reached number one in Canada but only number twenty-two in the United States...The Guess Who Bio Continue
The Isley Brothers, originally a gospel quartet, were founded by Ron, Rudy, Kelly, and Vernon Isley in the late 1950’s. After the passing of Vernon, the remaining trio experienced their first single with the song “Shout,” in 1959, and then followed up in the 1960’s with the hits “Twist and Shout” and “This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You.)” The Isley Brother’s biggest hit came in 1969, however, with the Grammy winner “It’...The Isley Brothers Bio Continue
The Louisiana-based funk band The Meters was established in the 1960’s. Led by Art Neville, the musicians quickly established a reputation for a unique funk-infused sound that brought them to the attention of a number of notable artists during the era. The Meters served as a house band for Allen Toussaint and other artists on his record label, but also released their own hits, "Cissy Strut" and "Sophisticated Cissy" in 1969.The Meters Bio Continue
The Spinners were formed in Detroit in the late 1950’s, when founding members Bobbie Smith, Pervis Jackson, George W. Dixon, Billy Henderson, and Henry Fambrough were still in high school. The Spinners’ first single, “That’s What Girls are Made For,” was released in 1961 and became an immediate hit, but a series of less successful singes plagued the band until the early 1970’s. With the hit single “It’s a Shame” in 1970, the ...The Spinners Bio Continue
Eldridge Bryant, Eddie Kendricks, Otis Williams, Paul Williams and Melvin Franklin originally came together as the Temptations when their two separate groups, the Distants and the Primes, merged in the 1960’s. The first seven Temptations singles after signing to Motown in 1961 yielded little success, but in 1964, with the recruitment of David Ruffin and songwriter Smokey Robinson, they found a formula for success. Robinson wrote most of their hits, includi...The Temptations Bio Continue
Tito Jackson was born Toriano Adaryll Jackson in 1953 in Gary, Indiana. Before he rose to fame as one of the members of the Jackson Five, and brother to superstar Michael Jackson, young Tito was one of the first Jackson siblings to indicate an interest in music. At the age of ten, his father, Joe Jackson, heard young Tito playing guitar and recognized talent in the young boy. After Joe assembled the siblings together as the Jackson Five, Tito began to perform a...Tito Jackson Bio Continue
Tom Jones began singing in 1963, performing with a Welsh beat group and later recording a series of solo demos which were initially received with moderate interest. But it would be former Viscounts singer Gordon Mills, an artist manager, who would discover Tom Jones’ talents and launch his career. “Chills and Fever” was released in 1964 to lukewarm response, but "It's Not Unusual” would explode in the year after, becoming a Top Ten hit in the Uni...Tom Jones Bio Continue
Tommy Tune was born in 1939 in Texas. As a child he studied dance, and after finishing his studies at the University of Texas, he moved to New York and made his Broadway debut in 1965. His first gig was in Baker Street, as a dancer and performer, and by 1978 he was directing and choreographing major musicals, including The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. In the decades since, Tommy Tune has choreographed or directed innumerous Broadway and off-Broadway musicals. His credi...Tommy Tune Bio Continue
Frederick “Toots” Hibbert was born in May Pen, Jamaica, in 1945. At the age of thirteen, he moved to Kingston and brought his background in gospel music to the local music scene. After meeting Henry “Raleigh” Gordon and Nathaniel “Jerry” Mathias, Toots formed the Maytals and began working with Byron Lee in 1966. Early hits from the Maytals included “Daddy,” “Dog War,” and “Broadway Jungle.” As Jamaica music ...Toots & The Maytals Bio Continue
Tower of Power, an R&B band most recognized for its powerful horns, was formed over four decades ago in Oakland, California. Founded by Emilio Castillo and originally called the Motowns, Tower of Power reached its period of greatest popularity in the early 1970’s, after earning a contract with San Francisco Records. Tower of Power’s debut album released in the same year to moderate success, but the group was about to break into the music industry with full force. ...Tower of Power Bio Continue
Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan were both born in 1947 and grew up in the same neighborhood, attending Westchester High School in Los Angeles. As teenagers, they sang in the choir, and established the Crossfires in 1963. The band found a break two years later when they caught the attention of a manager who would eventually encourage them to change their name to the Turtles and negotiate a record contract for them. Their first single, a cover of “It Ain’t Me, Babe” hit the T...Turtles featuring Flo and Eddie Bio Continue
George Ivan Morrison, better known as Van Morrison, was born in 1945 in Belfast. After touring with a band called the Monarchs, Morrison formed his first musical group, Them, while still a teenager. The band became popular locally and their debut single, “Don’t Start Crying Now,” was well-received upon its release in 1964. Perhaps the best-known single by Them is “Gloria,” which would go on to be frequently covered by a variety of musicians, including the Door...Van Morrison Bio Continue
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