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George Clinton was born in 1941 in North Carolina but grew up in New Jersey. As a teenager, he formed the doo-wop group The Parliaments, which found a major hit in the single “I Wanna Testify” in 1967. The band eventually changed its name to Parliament, and Clinton simultaneously formed the band Funkadelic. Both Parliament and Funkadelic blended the styles of artists such as Hendrix and James Brown, but with the addition of psychedelic elements, sound effects, and strong bass l...George Clinton Bio Continue
George Thorogood was born in 1950 in Wilmington, Delaware. In the 1970’s, Thorogood played semi-professional baseball before turning his career direction towards music. He created the band the Destroyers, alongside musicians Michael Lenn, Ron Smith, and Jeff Simon and moved to Boston. George Thorogood and the Destroyers became regulars on the club circuit, and within a year of recording their first demo, they landed a recording contract with Rounder Records. George T...George Thorogood Bio Continue
Gladys Knight was born in Georgia in 1944. While still incredibly young, she, her siblings, and her cousins formed The Pips and by the end of the 1950’s, they’d begun to tour, gaining popularity and establishing a fan base. Their first single to chart came in 1961 with “Every Beat of My Heart,” and “Giving Up” and “Letter Full of Tears” followed. Eventually, Gladys Knight & the Pips became one of Motown’s most successful ...Gladys Knight Bio Continue
It isn't accurate to call Glen Campbell "pure country," but his smooth fusion of country mannerisms and pop melodies and production techniques made him one of the most popular country musicians of the late '60s and '70s. Campbell was one of the leading figures of country-pop during that era, racking up a steady stream of Top Ten singles, highlighted by classics like "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," "I Wanna Live," "Wichita Lineman," "...Glen Campbell Bio Continue
With "I Will Survive" nearly an anthem to an entire generation and beyond, Gloria Gaynor's voice still evokes inspiration, power, and beauty to millions around the globe. Born in Newark, New Jersey, Gloria Gaynor spent much of her childhood with her grandmother, and music was an ever-constant presence in the house. The voices of Nat "King" Cole and Sarah Vaughan filled the family living room, and her father sang professionally in local nightclubs. Her brothers sang ...Gloria Gaynor Bio Continue
Gordon Lightfoot was born in 1938 in Orillia, Ontario. His mother recognized her son’s musical talents early on, and young Gordon was encouraged to perfect his vocal ability. By the time he was in elementary school, he was singing with the local church choir and occasionally on local radio. When he was a teenager, Gordon learned to play the drums and piano, and while in high school, he began performing extensively in local bars and clubs. His particular brand of folk music bega...Gordon Lightfoot Bio Continue
Grace Jones was born in Jamaica in the early 1950’s. Her family moved to New York when she was a child, and by the time she was a teenager, Grace had been singled out for a future modeling career. The Whilamina Modeling Agency in New York swept her up immediately, and the young Jones soon found herself traveling the world on modeling assignments. It was during one of these journeys to Europe in 1977 that a record company offered her the opportunity to record her first album. ...Grace Jones Bio Continue
The British singer-songwriter Graham Nash was born in 1942 in Lancashire, England. Long before Nash rose to fame as a member of the American group Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, he grew up in Salford, England and in his teenage years began to experiment with a number of different pop groups. In 1960, Graham co-founded The Hollies, which went on to become a highly successful band in England, and launched his own publishing company five years later. Graham Nas...Graham Nash Bio Continue
The English musician and songwriter Graham Parker was born in 1950 in London. Long before Parker rose to fame as the front man for the band Graham Parker & the Rumour, he took an interest in music as a young teenager, forming his first band when he was only thirteen. After leaving school at the age of sixteen, Graham took a number of odd jobs until the early 1970’s, when he moved to Gibraltar. While in Gibraltar, Parker joined the band Pegasus, which ...Graham Parker Bio Continue
Grand Funk Railroad is comprised of current members Mel Schacher, Don Brewer, Max Carl, Bruce Kulick, and Tim Cashion. Grand Funk is recognized as having established the musical foundations for bands such as Bon Jovi, Foreigner, and Journey, and since the band’s inception, Grand Funk Railroad has continued to tour regularly and draw consistent crowds from its fan base. Grand Funk Railroad was formed when Brewer, Mark Farner, and Mel Schacher came together in 1969. After pe...Grand Funk Railroad Bio Continue
Best known as the lead singer, songwriter, and organist for the Allman Brothers Band, Gregg Allman has managed to balance not only his commitments to one of the most iconic bands in music history, but also to a stellar solo career, which features a sound vastly different and more soulful than the characteristic Allman Brothers Band sound. Gregg Allman first began with the guitar, but when his brother Duane mastered it quickly, Gregg moved to the organ, where he excelled. Immedia...Gregg Allman Bio Continue
American singer Gwen McCrae was born in 1943 in Pensacola, Florida. McCrae rose to prominence in the mid 1970’s for such hits as “Rockin’ Chair,” but long before that she grew up singing in local clubs and bars as a teenager. In the early 1960’s, Gwen was offered her first solo recording deal, and she debuted on the music scene with the song “Lead Me On,” a cover of the ...Gwen McCrae Bio Continue
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