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In the 1970's, Bob Seger became an iconic figure for "heartland rock," selling millions of albums and giving us classics such as "Against the Wine" and "Old Time Rock & Roll." His success lasted full-force well into the 1980's, and he continues to record and perform in the new millennium. Bob Seger's work in music goes back well into the 1960's, in various incarnations, but it was his 1976 release of Live Bullet and Night Moves w...Bob Seger Bio Continue
The American performer known as Bobbi Humphrey was born Barbara Ann Humphrey in 1950 in Marlin, Texas. Young Bobbi grew up in Dallas, and long before she rose to fame as an accomplished jazz-style flautist, she studied classical and jazz while still attending high school, establishing a reputation for her talent and skill. By the time she was in college, attending Texas Southern University (and later Southern Methodist), she’d caught the attention of none other than Dizzy ...Bobbi Humphrey Bio Continue
Bobby Caldwell was born in 1951 in Manhattan. As a child, he grew up in Memphis and then Miami, the latter of which provided a rich musical environment which influenced Bobby greatly. By the time he was seventeen, Caldwell had formed his own band, playing piano and guitar, and they performed in local bars and clubs playing rock cover music. In the 1970’s, Bobby Caldwell caught the attention of TK Records, located in Miami, and released his self-titled debut as a solo artis...Bobby Caldwell Bio Continue
Bobby Vinton was born in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. He grew up in a musical household, with a father who was a band leader, and so his pursuit of music as a career was encouraged when he was a young boy. Vinton formed his own band when he was only sixteen, playing in local bars and clubs to earn money for college. Bobby attended Duquesne University and majored in music, with a focus on composition. During his studies, he perfected his skills on a variety of instruments, including drums, pia...Bobby Vinton Bio Continue
On the surface, it would seem that Bonnie Raitt’s seamless blend of rock, R&B and blues, which captured mainstream attention, was a near overnight success. However, it was almost twenty years before Raitt’s talents brought her the critical acclaim we associate with her today. Bonnie Raitt found her voice in the blues after picking up a guitar at the age of twelve. The daughter of John Raitt, a Broadway performer best known forBonnie Raitt Bio Continue
Bootsy Collins was born William Earl Collins in 1951 in Ohio. In 1968, Bootsy formed his first funk band, The Pacemakers, with his brother. Two years later, James Brown hired the band as his official backup, renaming them The J.B.’s, which increased their exposure significantly. Although the J.B.’s only lasted a year, they provided music for some of Brown’s most memorable hits and launched Collins’s career as a musician. After the breakup of the J.B.&rsqu...Bootsy Collins Bio Continue
The musical genius behind the band Boston was Tom Scholz, born in 1947 in Toledo, Ohio. Tom began writing music while still attending MIT in pursuit of his master’s degree, and following graduation, he joined a local band as a keyboardist and guitarist. The band became Boston, and Tom’s belief in the band’s success pushed him to built his own recording studio in his home, which became the central location for most of Boston’s earliest recordings. Alongsid...Boston Bio Continue
Singer/songwriter Boz Scaggs, best known as a member of the Steve Miller Band, was born William Royce Scaggs in Canton, Ohio in 1944. As a child, he lived first in Oklahoma and then Texas, where he picked up his nickname Boz. He encountered Steve Miller when he was still in school, and having already learned the guitar, Scaggs paired up with Miller as a musical duo. Later, as a young man, Boz Scaggs left for London and spent some time performing with such bands as Mother Earth a...Boz Scaggs Bio Continue
The American funk group Brass Construction was established in Brooklyn, New York, in 1968. After signing with United Artists in the mid 1970’s, Brass Construction went on to score a big hit with the song “Movin,” which rose into the top twenty on the mainstream charts and put the band on the map of up and coming groups. Brass Construction’s self-titled debut rose to the number ten spot on the mainstream charts and the number one spot on ...Brass Construction Bio Continue
Brian Wilson was born in Inglewood, California in 1942. Brian and his two brothers grew up in a household with an abusive father, but one who steered all three boys toward musical studies. As a child, Brian was given lessons in voice, piano, and accordion, and a natural ability for composition and theory was apparently not hindered at all by partial deafness in his right ear. By the time he was sixteen, Brian Wilson was using tape recorders to experiment with vocal arrangements and r...Brian Wilson Bio Continue
Bruce Randall Hornsby was born in 1954 in Williamsburg, Virginia. While in high school, Bruce was a basketball player, but his love of music sent him first to the Berklee College of Music in Boston and then later to the University of Miami. While still in college, Bruce played keyboards for his brother Bobby’s band, Bobby Hi-Test and the Octane Kids, a band which performed covers of hits by Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers Band, and the Band. After graduating from Miam...Bruce Hornsby Bio Continue
Buddy Guy was born in 1936 in Louisiana and began performing in the early 1950’s around the state as a singer and guitar player. Buddy won a recording contract after entering and winning a competition in the late 1950’s, and since that time, he has enjoyed a career performing Chicago-style blues. In the early 1960’s, Buddy Guy released hits such as “Ten Years Ago,” “First Time I Met the Blues,” “Keep it to Yourself,” “L...Buddy Guy Bio Continue
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