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Eldridge Bryant, Eddie Kendricks, Otis Williams, Paul Williams and Melvin Franklin originally came together as the Temptations when their two separate groups, the Distants and the Primes, merged in the 1960’s. The first seven Temptations singles after signing to Motown in 1961 yielded little success, but in 1964, with the recruitment of David Ruffin and songwriter Smokey Robinson, they found a formula for success. Robinson wrote most of their hits, includi...The Temptations Bio Continue
The American soul band known as the Trammps rose to fame in the 1970’s with a number of disco hits, especially the chart-topping “Disco Inferno.” Born from an early group in the 1960’s known as the Volcanos, the Trammps eventually brought members Harold Wade, Stanley Wade, Earl Young, and Jimmy Ellis together to form the band in the early 1970’s. The Trammps released their debut single, “Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart,” in 1972 and watched as t...The Trammps Bio Continue
Carrying the torch passed on by Bob Marley himself, Junior Marvin and original keyboardist and background singer Tyrone Downie have united along with a group of handpicked musicians to honor the history and integrity of Bob’s music with The Original Wailers. Born in Jamaica, Junior Marvin moved to London as a child, where his love of both acting and music was nurtured. He appeared in the Beatles’ film “Help”,which was followed...The Wailers United Bio Continue
With their unusual guitar-bashing tradition and enduring, iconic sound, The Who originally launched onto the music scene with "I Can't Explain," a demo which garnered them a record deal. The single was released in 1965, but it was a performance on Ready, Steady, Go – complete with Pete Townshend’s guitar-destroying antics at the end – that brought the single to number eight in the UK. Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, and Townshe...The Who Bio Continue
The American actress and singer Thelma Houston was born in 1946 in Leland, Mississippi. Long before Houston rose to fame with her number one hit “Don’t Leave Me This Way” in 1977, she grew up in Long Beach, California, where she began singing as a young woman. Thelma didn’t pursue a full-time career as a performer until she was already grown and married with two children, at which time she signed with Dunhill Records as a gospel recording artist.Thelma Houston Bio Continue
Thin Lizzy was established in Dublin, Ireland, in 1969, when founding members Eric Bell and Eric Wrixon met in a pub and formed a friendship. The two men had previously played with the band Them, and after an introduction to Phil Lynott and Brian Downey, they established Thin Lizzy and released their debut single, “The Farmer,” and then a debut album, Thin Lizzy, in 1971. After moderate success, Thin Lizzy moved to London and garnered a record deal with Decca. Decca ...Thin Lizzy Bio Continue
The Jamaican reggae band Third World was established in 1973 in by founding members Michael “Ibo” Cooper and Stephen “Cat” Coore recruited Milton “Prilly” Hamilton, Richard Daley, Carl Barovier, and Irvin “Carrot” Jarrett to round out Third World’s initial lineup. Third World made its debut in 1974, releasing the self-produced single “Railroad Track” and performing throughout Kingtson in various nightdlubs and hotels.Third World Bio Continue
Three Dog Night came together in 1968 when Cory Wells, Danny Hutton, Chuck Negron, Jimmy Greenspoon, Mike Allsup, Floyd Sneed, and Joe Schermie formed the band and quickly began releasing hits which climbed the charts. Between 1969 and 1975, starting with the single “One,” Three Dog Night placed twenty-one singles on the charts, eleven of them in the Top Ten. The hits continued, with iconic songs such as "Mama Told Me (Not to Come),” "Joy to the World...Three Dog Night Bio Continue
Tina Turner was born in 1939 in Tennessee, to a working class family. Her parents were factory workers, and her father also worked as a deacon in a local Baptist church. Tina Turner’s earliest exposure to music was singing in the local church, but as a young woman she took domestic jobs and nursing jobs before finding her destiny in music. Tina Turner’s first job was as a backup vocalist with her future husband’s band. Ike Turner had a touring show, and w...Tina Turner Bio Continue
Todd Rundgren was born in 1948 and grew up in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. As a child, he learned to play the guitar and later formed the band Money, when he was still a teenager. After moving to Wildwood, New Jersey, he began to play with other established bands before forming his own, Woody’s Truck Stop, a Philly-based blues group. He then formed Nazz in 1967, and earned the support of a record promoter who signed them with SGC Records. Nazz, the group’s debut ...Todd Rundgren Bio Continue
Tom Cochrane was born in 1953 in Lynn Lake, Manitoba, Canada. As a child, Cochrane began playing guitar when he was only eleven and by the time he’d graduated from college, he was playing in local coffee houses all over Canada. A move to Los Angeles brought him a gig writing film music, but his difficulties breaking in to the music business as a performer brought him back to Toronto. A few years later, in 1974, he recorded and released a debut album, Hang on to Your Resistance, but C...Tom Cochrane Bio Continue
The American rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers was established in the mid 1970’s by founding member Tom Petty. The group came together in Gainesville, Florida, after the band’s original lineup (Petty, Benmont Tench, Stan Lynch, Ron Blair, and Mike Campbell) was formed. Long before the band became one of the most influential performers of the “heartland rock”...Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Bio Continue
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