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Although Aaron Neville is often compared to singer Sam Cooke in terms of sheer vocal refinement, he has a voice and style uniquely his own. Although he is well known as part of the New Orleans sound of the Neville Brothers, aside from the 1967 number one R&B hit "Tell It Like It Is," few have heard Aaron Neville’s incredible early solo recordings. Many of the first recordings of Aaron Neville, in the early and mid-'60s, were arranged, produced, and someti...Aaron Neville Bio Continue
AC/DC 's rowdy image, giant riffs and macho lyrics about sex, drinking and damnation have helped make them one of the top hard-rock bands in history. When they first emerged from Australia in the Seventies, the primal simplicity of their songs and riffs fell on deaf ears of more prog-attuned American rock fans; in fact, they were initially marketed as a punk band. But that started to change by decade's end. And thanks in large part to duck-walking, knickers-clad guitar showman Angu...AC/DC Bio Continue
Ace Frehley was born Paul Daniel Frehley in 1951 in the Bronx, New York. Long before he rose to fame as the lead guitarist and founding member of the band Kiss, Frehley grew up in a family of music-lovers and musicians. Ace was thirteen when his family bought him his first guitar as a Christmas present, and he immediately began a lifelong commitment to learning and perfecting the instrument. While in high school, Ace Frehley established the band Cathedral, and ...Ace Frehley Bio Continue
Aerosmith was born out of the music scene in Boston in the late 1960s. Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, and Steven Tyler originally met in in the late 1960’s and by 1970, they decided to form a band. Brad Whitford and Joey Kramer were added for guitar and drums, and Aerosmith quickly went on to enjoy platinum albums and sold-out arenas throughout the 1970’s. Early albums include: Night in the Ruts, Aerosmith, Get Your Wings, Toys in the Attic, Rocks, and ...Aerosmith Bio Continue
By the young age of sixteen, Al Green had formed his first R&B group, Al Green & the Creations. Al Green would go on to bridge the gap between smooth Philadelphia soul and deep southern soul, becoming one of the most successful performers of the 1970’s and beyond. Al Green & The Creations, comprised of many of Al Green’s high school friends, were eventually re-named the Soul Mates. “Back Up Train,” one of their first singles, climbed to number...Al Green Bio Continue
Al Jarreau was born in 1940, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Jarreau’s earliest singing experiences were singing in the church choir, but he would go on to become the only vocalist in history to earn Grammies in three different categories – pop, R&B, and jazz. Initially, after earning his degree in Psychology, Al Jarreau intended to pursue a career as a social worker. However, his love of music led him to Los Angeles, where he played small west coast clubs. A...Al Jarreau Bio Continue
Al Pacino was born in 1940 in New York City. Long before he became famous for his role as Michael Corleone in The Godfather, Pacino spent his formative years on the tough New York streets of the Bronx. His teenage years were tumultuous, and young Al did not excel in school, except for his English classes. Eventually, he left school before graduating, although by then he’d already developed a love of the stage and so he joined the Herbert Berghof Studio to learn the art of acting....Al Pacino Bio Continue
Alice Cooper was born in 1948 in Detroit, Michigan. When Cooper was a teenager, he formed his first band, the Spiders, in 1965, which eventually changed names to the Nazz. Alice Cooper released singles with the band under this name, until 1968, when the band’s name also changed to Alice Cooper. Alongside Mike Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Glen Buxton, and Neal Smith, Alice Cooper moved to California, where Frank Zappa signed the band to his label. Pretties for You, the Alice Coop...Alice Cooper Bio Continue
In the early 1970’s, America enjoyed a number of successful Top Ten singles, including "Sister Golden Hair” and "A Horse with No Name,” both which went to number one on the charts. But their success has also lasted through the decades. Band members Dan Peek, Dewey Bunnell, and Gerry Beckley, all sons of United States Air Force members stationed in the U.K., met while still in school. After graduating, they formed a folk-rock group in 1970. Eventually ...America Bio Continue
The American gospel singer Andrae Crouch was born in 1942 in California. Crouch was raised in a working-class family, and was greatly inspired by his father’s own street ministry, often taking him to prisons and hospitals to serve those most in need. After joining a local church as its pastor, the senior Mr. Crouch brought young Andrae along and encouraged him to learn to sing in the church choir. Regular piano lessons followed, and soon young Andrae found himself immersed in gospel ...Andraé Crouch Bio Continue
The American jazz and R&B singer Angela Bofill was born in 1954 in New York. Angela’s earliest work as a performer was with the Harlem Chorus, until a chance meeting with executives from GRP Records led to her first record deal in the mid 1970’s. Bofill’s debut album, Angie, was released in 1978 to critical and commercial acclaim, and spawned the hit singles “Under the Moon and Over the Sky” and “This Time I’ll Be S...Angela Bofill Bio Continue
Anita Ward was born in 1957 and rose to fame as the performer who recorded the hit song “Ring My Bell,” which reached the top of the charts in 1979. Before launching her career as a performer, Anita graduated from Rust College with a degree in psychology and originally had aspirations to pursue a career teaching the subject. However, a chance opportunity to record the song, included on her very first album, completely changed everything for Ward, and she instead went on to beco...Anita Ward Bio Continue
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