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Over the years, Mannheim Steamroller has become famous for its New Age-style recordings of Christmas music. Founded by Chip Davis, Mannheim Steamroller burst onto the music scene in 1984 with their contemporary rendition of “Deck the Halls,” a chart-topping hit which sold five million copies. From there, Mannheim Steamroller has gone on to enjoy enduring success and popularity. Chip Davis was born in Ohio to a musical family. His mother was a trombonist and his fathe...Mannheim Steamroller Bio Continue
Marie Osmond was born in Ogden, Utah in 1959, the only daughter in a family of nine children. The Osmond Brothers established a name for themselves in the 1960’s, performing regularly on a variety of television shows, including The Andy Williams Show, but aside from an occasional appearance or two with them, Marie did not participate in the family singing group. Instead, Marie established her own success as a solo singer in the 1970’s and 1980’s. In 1973,...Marie Osmond Bio Continue
Mark Farner was born in 1948 in Michigan and began his music career when he was in his early twenties, initially playing with Terry Knight and the Pack. After performing with a few other bands, Farner formed Grand Funk Railroad in 1968 and served as their guitarist and singer. Mark Farner’s work with Grand Funk Railroad is best captured in his contributions to their hits, the best-known of which is “I’m Your Captain (Closer to Home),” but also includes the originals...Mark Farner Bio Continue
The Marshall Tucker Band formed in 1972 when South Carolina musicians Toy Caldwell, Doug Gray, Jerry Eubanks, George McCorkle, Paul Riddle, and Tommy Caldwell came together and released their debut album, The Marshall Tucker Band. The members had previously been performing around Spartanburg in separate bands for nearly a decade before joining forces, and two members even opened up for the Allman Brothers during one of their performances around this time. The Marshall Tucker Ban...Marshall Tucker Band Bio Continue
The American R&B singer Martha Reeves was born in 1941 in Alabama. Long before Reeves rose to fame as the lead singer of the group Martha and the Vandellas, she grew up in Detroit, Michigan, where she sang in her grandfather’s church choir. While attending high school, Martha studied music and after graduating, she started performing around town in various jazz clubs. During one of these performances, Martha Reeves was discovered by an A&R represe...Martha Reeves Bio Continue
American actor Martin Sheen was born Ramon Antonio Gerardo Estevez in 1940 in Dayton, Ohio. Sheen grew up in a working class household, as one of ten children. After the tragic death of his mother when he was only eleven, young Martin went to work to help the family, but by his early twenties he’d decided to move to New York to try and launch a career as an actor. ...Martin Sheen 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
Frankie Beverly was born in 1946 in Philadelphia. As a child, the young Frankie sang gospel in the local church choir, and he later sang for the Silhouettes when he was a teenager. He formed a doo-wop, a cappella group called the Blenders, as a young man, and then later the Butlers. It was with the Butlers that Beverly garnered the attention of a record producer and the group moved to California to begin recording. Frankie Beverly and the Butlers changed their name to Raw Soul a...Maze feat. Frankie Beverly Bio Continue
It was the cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show that first propelled Meat Loaf into screen and stage. In a very short amount of time, Meat Loaf became an iconic figure of the 1970’s, with consistent best-selling songs. It would be two decades later that he would re-emerge with a vengeance, taking the music world by storm. Born in Dallas, Texas as an only child, Meat Loaf’s childhood was less than ideal. As a child he spent much time with his gran...Meat Loaf Bio Continue
The American singer and actress Melba Moore was born in 1945 in New York City. Melba grew up influenced by the music and talents of her parents; her mother is R&B singer Bonnie Davis and her father is famed saxophone player Teddy Hill. Moore’s parents divorced when she was young, and her stepfather strongly encouraged Melba to learn tot play the piano and pursue a career in the field of music. Initially, Melba Moore set her sights on a career as a mus...Melba Moore Bio Continue
The American hip-hop and rap artist known as Melle Mel was born Melvin Glover in 1961. Melle Mel rose to prominence as one of the primary songwriters for Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, and is recognized today as one of the pioneers of early rap and hip-hop music. Before he became one of the first rappers to adopt a moniker beginning with “MC,” Melle Mel recorded a number of hits with Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, including “...Melle Mel Bio Continue
Michael Feinstein was born in 1956 in Columbus, Ohio. He began studying piano at the young age of five, relying on a talent for playing by ear instead of reading sheet music, which led to the end of his formal lessons and the beginning of his self-driven study of music. In 1976, Michael’s family moved to Los Angeles and in 1977 he was hired by Ira Gershwin to assist with The Gershwin archives. He kept the job all the way until Gershwin’s death in 1983. A year l...Michael Feinstein Bio Continue
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