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Roger Daltrey, considered by many to be The Who’s primary founder, was born in West London in 1944. As a young man, Daltrey attended grammar school along with his future band-mates John Entwistle and Pete Townshend. Although he ranked at the top of his class academically, Roger Daltrey chose instead to pursue his love of the new sounds in emerging rock. Roger Daltrey’s father purchased a guitar for him in 1959, and within a short period of time he was playing lead gu...Roger Daltrey Bio Continue
George Roger Waters was born in 1943 in Surrey, England, to well-educated and politically active parents. Unfortunately, Roger lost his father during the war in 1944, and shortly thereafter he moved with his mother to Cambridge, where he spent the rest of his childhood and young adult years. It was in junior high school that Waters met Roger (Syd) Barrett and David Gilmour, a friendship that would help him form the future lineup for Pink Floyd. As a young adult, he attended the Unive...Roger Waters Bio Continue
The Rolling Stones came together in London in 1962, when childhood friends Mick Jagger and Keith Richards reunited at a railway station one afternoon. According to legend, Jagger was holding a Muddy Waters album in his hands, sparking a conversation about their mutual interest in music. Shortly thereafter, the duo met Brian Jones one evening in a jazz club, and formed the original Rolling Stones line up with the addition of Dick Taylor and Ian Stewart. The five performed for the...Rolling Stones Bio Continue
Ron Carter was born in 1937 in Ferndale, Michigan. Carter started his musical lessons on the cello when he was still in elementary school, but switched to bass as a teenager. While in high school, Ron frequently performed, even playing with the Philharmonic Orchestra in New York, and after receiving his masters degree in music performance from the Manhattan School of Music, he began working alongside such notable musicians as Chico Hamilton, Jaki Byard, and Don Ellis. In the 196...Ron Carter Bio Continue
The American saxophonist Ronnie Laws was born in 1950 in Houston, Texas. Laws began learning the saxophone while still a child, and at the age of twenty-two, he joined the group Earth, Wind & Fire. Ronnie left the group before they rocketed to success, and steered his attention to a solo career starting in the mid 1970’s. Ronnie Laws released his debut album, Pressure Sensitive, in 1975. The album featured his instrumental hit, “Always There,&rd...Ronnie Laws Bio Continue
Ronnie Milsap was born in 1943 in Robbinsville, North Carolina. A rare medical condition took his eyesight when he was very young, and he spent most of his childhood at the Morehead School for the Blind in Raleigh. The young Milsap showed early signs of musical talent, however, and his instructors at the school began to nurture the young prodigy. He began by studying a variety of instruments and ended up mastering classical piano. Ronnie’s classical instruction did not deter him from...Ronnie Milsap Bio Continue
Rose Royce was originally established in the early 1970’s, when the founding members (Henry Garner, Lequeint Job, Terral Santiel, Kenny Copeland, Michael Moore, Victor Nix, Freddie Dunn, and Kenji Brown), while performing under the band name Magic Wand, accepted a job as the studio band for The Undisputed Truth. During a tour to Miami, the band discovered Gwen Dickey and, after giving her the stage name Rose Norwalt, they finalized what would become Rose Royce. At the time...Rose Royce Bio Continue
Roy Ayers was born in 1940 in Los Angeles, California. Roy’s childhood years were filled with musical influence, growing up in the South Central area of Los Angeles, known as an epicenter for the black music scene of that era. By the late 1960’s, Ayers had found his focus as a vibraphone player and composer, and he’d released his debut album, West Coast Vibes. The album launched the start of a career which would carry well into the new millennium. Throughout th...Roy Ayers Bio Continue
The band Rush came together in 1968, when Toronto, Ontario residents Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart joined forces. They eventually replaced Peart with John Rutsey in 1974, just before releasing their self-titled debut. Rush’s follow-up albums, Fly by Night and Caress of Steel, both released in 1975, helped further pave the way for future success, but it was 1976’s album 2112 which proved to be the band’s breakthrough. The album 2112 became the first of...Rush Bio Continue
Sammy Hagar's career launched him to true stardom after joining Van Halen in 1985, but he'd been active in the music scene for more than a decade prior. After giving up a boxing career, Sammy Hagar turned to music in the 1960's, singing with a variety of bands. He built a solid following in the California hard rock scene, and so when the opportunity to join Montrose came, in 1973, Sammy Hagar joined the band. Two albums later, he left the band to pursue a solo career...Sammy Hagar Bio Continue
Carlos Santana was born in 1947 in Mexico. His father was a mariachi player, and so the young Carlos began following in his father’s footsteps, learning the violin as a child. By the time he was eight, he began guitar lessons, and when the family moved to Tijuana, he began performing in local bars. In the early 1960’s, the Santana family moved to San Francisco, and Carlos finished out his high school education there. Carlos Santana founded the Santana Blues Band in 1...Santana Bio Continue
Sergio Mendes was born in Brazil in 1941. As a child, Sergio studied classical piano, with intentions to become a professional musician, but by the time he’d reached his teens, his appreciation for bossa nova had grown, and he switched from a focus on the classical genre to bossa nova. By the early 1960’s, while still a young man, Mendes was touring the world, performing with the likes of Herbie Mann and Cannonball Adderley. In 1964, Sergio Mendes released his ...Sergio Mendes Bio Continue
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