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Dolly Parton was born in 1946 in Tennessee, and her foray into the music world began when she was still just a little girl, singing for local television and radio. By the time she was a teenager, she’d begun recording and even performed at the Grand Ole Opry. Shortly after graduating high school, she moved to Nashville and began pursuit of a full-time career as a singer. At first, Parton’s opportunities were in the role of songwriter, and she wrote a number of chart-...Dolly Parton Bio Continue
Don Felder was born in 1947 in Gainesville, Florida. As a child, he was fascinated with music and enjoyed watching musicians perform on the Ed Sullivan Show. He started playing guitar when he was ten years old, and five years later, he began his first band alongside Bernie Leadon, future member of the Eagles. The band eventually broke up, though, and Felder moved to the northeast. He eventually settled in Boston, where he began working at a recording studio. He reconnected with Leadon and ...Don Felder Bio Continue
When Glenn Frey invited Don Henley to join him as a member of the backup band for Linda Ronstadt, it was only a matter of time before the Eagles would be founded, after Don Henley and Frey discovered Randy Meisner and Bernie Leadon to join them. The debut album for The Eagles spawned “Witchy Woman,” which Don Henley himself wrote, and “Take It Easy,” both of which were top twenty singles. The group enjoyed success throughout the 1970’s, but in 1980,...Don Henley Bio Continue
Most famous for his iconic American single, “American Pie,” Don McClean was born in 1945 in New York. McClean’s interest in folk music began when he was still a child. Don learned to play guitar when he was about sixteen, and began his career in music singing in city clubs in the 1960’s. Venues such as the Gaslight Cafe in New York and the Troubadour in Los Angeles hosted his performances, until he settled in as a resident singer in a club in Saratoga Springs,...Don McLean Bio Continue
The American songwriter and singer Donald Fagen was born in 1948 in Passaic, New Jersey. Long before Fagen rose to fame as the lead singer for the legendary rock band Steely Dan, he grew up in the South Brunswick area of New Jersey. As a child, Fagen was highly influenced by his mother’s love of music; she had been a singer as a young woman, frequently performing in New York’s Catskill Mountain area. By the time he was a teenager, Donald was listening to R&B music, learning...Donald Fagan Bio Continue
As a young child, Donny Osmond and his brothers sang on The Andy Williams Show, and enjoyed fairly popular “teenybopper” status in the 1970’s, with a string of hits. The Osmonds toured constantly throughout those years, selling over eighty million records within one year, and making themselves one of the most successful groups of the decade. Donny & Marie was also an incredibly popular television show which aired between 1976 and 1979. D...Donny Osmond Bio Continue
The hip hop recording artist known as Devin the Dude was born Devin Copeland in St. Petersburg, Florida. When he was a child, Devin’s family moved to Texas, where he spent the remainder of his childhood. As a teenager, he was most interested in skateboarding and breakdancing, and by the time he graduated from high school, he’d determined to pursue a career as a rap and hip=hop artists. Devin’s earliest gig was as a member of the Odd Squad, which eventuall...Dorothy Norwood Bio Continue
Earl Klugh was born in 1952 in Detroit, Michigan. Klugh became enamored with blues guitar when he was still a child, and by the time he was in his mid-teens, he’d begun contributing tracks to such notable artists as George Benson, Yusef Lateef, and Chet Atkins, the latter of whom influenced young Earl greatly as a musician. Klugh’s talents quickly brought him to the forefront of blues and jazz, and he is considered among the greatest acoustic guitar players of this era.Earl Klugh Bio Continue
Since 1969, when Earth, Wind, and Fire first bust onto the music scene, audiences have been blessed with some of the most memorable hits of the 1970's, including "Reasons," "Shining Star," "After the Love Has Gone," and "September." Earth, Wind, & Fire's historical achievements in music, being the first black artists to have a single and album at the number one position on the charts at the same time, have inspired musicians for four deca...Earth, Wind & Fire Bio Continue
Inspired by the works of his Academy Award-winning father, Ed Begley, Jr. became an actor. He first came to audiences? attention for his portrayal of Dr. Victor Ehrlich on the long-running hit television series, ?St. Elsewhere,? for which he received six Emmy nominations. Since then Begley has moved easily between feature, television and theatre projects. Ed can currently be seen in the hit Seth Rogan/Judd Apatow film, ?Pineapple Express?, as well as many Christopher Guest films...Ed Begley Jr Bio Continue
The American singer Eddie Holman was born in 1946 and grew up in New York. Long before Holman rose to fame as the voice behind the hit 1970’s song, “Hey There Lonely Girl,” he began studying piano and guitar when he was still in elementary school. At the young age of ten, Eddie competed at the Apollo Theater for one of their amateur nights, and quickly won over the crowd. The young boy began to receive offers to perform on stage throughout New York, but instead of jumping...Eddie Holman Bio Continue
Eddie Money was born in 1949 in Brooklyn, New York. As a young man, Eddie had originally chosen to become a police officer like his father. But while attending the police academy, he spent his evenings singing in local bands. He eventually attracted the attention of some notable promoters and found himself with an offer for a recording contract. So he abandoned the vocation of police officer and exchanged it for rock musician. Eddie Money, the artist’s debut album, w...Eddie Money Bio Continue
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