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Lily Tomlin was born in 1939 in Detroit, Michigan. After studying theater at Wayne State University, Tomlin began performing stand-up in the New York City area, and appeared on television for the first time in the mid-1960’s on the Merv Griffin Show. Her big breakthrough was when she joined the show Laugh-In, during which time she perfected her talents for characters and sketch comedy. Lily’s iconic character of Ernestine, the nasal-sounding and unsympathetic telephone operator...Lily Tomlin Bio Continue
The American singer and songwriter Lindsey Buckingham was born in 1949 in Palo Alto, California. Long before Buckingham rose to fame as the male vocalist for the legendary rock group Fleetwood Mac, he grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he learned to play guitar as a teenager. Mostly self-taught, Lindsey found himself drawn to folk music, and he performed with a number of bands in the area.Lindsey Buckingham Bio Continue
Little Feat was founded in 1969 by musicians Roy Estrada Lowell George, and Billy Payne. The first two albums released by Little Feat in 1971 and 1972 were met to lukewarm success, and so the group disbanded temporarily. Estrada left the band and was replaced by Kenny Gradney, who was also joined by Paul Barrere and Sam Clayton, and Little Feat resurfaced. Little Feat began to earn a local following in the Los Angeles area, and they released a number of albums for the rest of th...Little Feat Bio Continue
Little River Band was formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 1975, when original band members Graeham Goble, Glenn Shorrock, Roger McLachlan, Ric Formosa, and Derek Pellicci came together and hit the charts immediately in their home country. A lucky meeting with their future manager, Glenn Wheatley, who had experience with many successful British bands, led to a strong start in the United States. Little River Band released their first single in the US, “It’s a Long Way There,&rdquo...Little River Band Bio Continue
American music legend Steven Van Zandt was born in 1950 in Boston, Massachusetts. Van Zandt originally rose to fame first as a guitarist for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, and then later for his pivotal role as Silvio on the hit HBO series The Sopranos. But long before, he grew up in an Italian American household in Middletown, New Jersey, learning to play guitar and starting his first band when he was a teenager. After performing with a number of ban...Little Steven Van Zandt Bio Continue
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 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
Lou Gramm was born 1950 in Rochester, New York. Gramm began playing around in local bands, and eventually began his actual career in music with the band Black Sheep. When Mick Jones was seeking a new vocalist for the band which would become Foreigner, he offered Lou the job and he accepted. With Foreigner, Lou Gramm provided the vocals for some of the band’s most iconic hits, including: "Feels Like The First Time", “Waiting for a Girl Like You,” &quo...Lou Gramm (Foreigner) Bio Continue
Lynyrd Skynyrd came together in Jacksonville, Florida, when Allen Collins, Ronnie VanZant, and Gary Rossington formed a band called My Backyard. Billy Powell and Leon Wilkeson came on board, and the band changed their name to Lynyrd Skynyrd, in mocking tribute to one of their high school teachers. Lynyrd Skynyrd found themselves signed to MCA after a producer watched them play in Atlanta in 1972. Their debut album was released in 1973, and "Free Bird" launched them to ...Lynyrd Skynyrd Bio Continue
The American band Mandrill was established in New York in the late 1960’s, by founding members and brothers Ric Wilson, Lou Wilson, and Carlos Wilson. Throughout the 1970’s, Mandrill released more than ten albums, including: Mandrill (1970), Mandrill Is (1971), Composite Truth (1972), Just Outside of Town (1973), Mandrilland (1974), Solid (1975), We Are One (1978), New Worlds (...Mandrill Bio Continue
Founded by Tim Hauser, Laurel Masse, Janis Siegel, and Alan Paul, the Manhattan Transfer has delighted its audiences with performances since 1972. The Manhattan Transfer was released in 1975, and shortly thereafter the band found additional success in Europe. Coming Out and Pastiche brought the Manhattan Transfer a quick succession of Top Ten hits. In 1978, Laurel Masse suffered a serious car accident and left the group. She was replaced by Cheryl Bent...Manhattan Transfer Bio Continue
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