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American R&B singer Millie Jackson was born in 1944 in Thomson, Georgia. Long before Jackson scored her first hits in the 1970’s, she grew up in New York tri-state area, living in New Jersey and Brooklyn during most of her formative years. In the mid 1960’s, Millie’s vocal talents led her family and friends to encourage her to enter a series of talent contests in various clubs around the city. To her surprise, she began to win many of them, eventually garnering the at...Millie Jackson Bio Continue
Morris Day & the Time was created as a funk group for Prince, to perform some of his own music while he sought new and different sounds for himself. Prince discovered an already existing band, Flyte Time, with members Jimmy Jam, Jellybean Johnson, and Monte Moir in 1981. After adding Jesse Johnson and Morris Day, Prince had the lineup he was looking for, and the Time moved forward. Morris Day & the Time released four main albums and scored a number of hits, including &ld...Morris Day & The Time Bio Continue
Steven Patrick Morrissey was born in 1959 in Lancashire, England. He grew up in Manchester, and early on in his childhood he began to admire a number of pop stars and singers, such as Billy Fury and Dusty Springfield, and actors such as James Dean. His career began with the band the Smiths in the 1980’s, for which Morrissey served as the lead singer. The band eventually broke up in 1987, and Morrissey embarked on a solo career. Viva Hate featured “Suedehead&rdq...Morrissey Bio Continue
Martha Davis began composing while still a teenager growing up in Berkeley, California. In the 1970’s, Davis moved to Los Angeles and formed the band the Motels. They signed to Capital Records in 1979, and released their debut in 1979. The album was moderately successful, and the Motels’ follow-up, Careful, reached into the Top 50 in 1981. But the Motels reached their greatest success with the single “Only the Lonely” in 1982, from their album All Four On...Motels (Martha Davis) Bio Continue
Motley Crue began in 1981, when Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee joined forces with Mick Mars and Vince Neil. A lucky meeting with Allan Coffman led to the financing and release of their debut, Too Fast for Love, which sold more than 20,000 copies. The success of the first album led to a deal with Elektra Records, and Shout at the Devil came next in 1983, featuring the single “Looks that Kill,” which launched Motley Crue as a formidable force on the MTV-driven music scene evolvin...Motley Crue Bio Continue
The American jazz musician known as Najee was born Jerome Najee Rasheed in 1957 in New York City. Najee grew up in the Queens area of New York, and even as a young child he developed a strong interest in music. He first began studying the clarinet while in elementary school, but became inspired to learn to play the sax and flute after listening to his mother’s many recordings of classic jazz. Najee enrolled in New York City’s prestigious Manhattan S...Najee Bio Continue
Nancy Wilson was born in 1937 in Chillicothe, Ohio. She grew up in a household of six children, and as a young girl Nancy was highly influenced by the music her father used to play in the home, which included Nat Cole, Ruth Brown, and Jimmy Scott. Before she began elementary school, Nancy knew that she wished to pursue music as a career, and she began singing and performing. By the time she was a teenager, Wilson was performing at local clubs and high schools, until an audition earned her ...Nancy Wilson Bio Continue
British model and actress Naomi Campbell was born in 1970 in South London. Long before Campbell rose to become one of the era’s most recognizable “supermodels,” she grew up in London and Rome, often traveling with her mother, who was a dancer. Naomi originally had aspirations similar to her mothers, attending performing arts schools to study ballet. But while studying at the Italia Conti Academy of Theater Arts, Naomi was discovered by the head of the Synchro modeling age...Naomi Campbell Bio Continue
For over twenty-five years, Neil Diamond has enjoyed an impressive career as songwriter and singer, his popularity withstanding the drastic change in music over the decades. Neil Diamond was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and attended New York University for a short while after his high school graduation. He signed with Bang Records in 1965, while still working as a songwriter. In 1966, The Monkees took his song “I’m a Believer” to the top of the charts...Neil Diamond Bio Continue
Neil Young was born in 1945 in Canada, and began performing music while still a young man living in Canada. He moved to California in the mid-1960’s, and along with Stephen Stills and Richie Furay, founded the band Buffalo Springfield in 1966. After two years, Young left the band and began a solo career, establishing himself as one of the most iconic singers of his generation. Neil Young, the debut album, was released in 1969. He shortly thereafter established the band Crazy Ho...Neil Young Bio Continue
The R&B group New Edition was formed in Boston in the late 1970’s. The original lineup of Ralph Tresvant, Ronnie DeVoe, Bobby Brown, Michael Bivins, and Ricky Bell came together as schoolmates greatly inspired by the music of the Jackson 5. Establishing themselves as a “new edition” of such iconic groups of the early 1970’s, New Edition caught the attention of producer Maurice Starr, who took control of the group and financed their smash-hit debut, Candy Girl.New Edition Bio Continue
When Maurice Starr set out to assemble yet another “boy band” after the success of New Edition, he could not possibly have known that it would be New Kids on the Block which would pave the way for the craze which would follow for decades, influencing future groups such as the Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC. With a tried and true formula for assembling a five-member group, in 1985 Maurice Starr brought together Danny Wood, Jordan and Jon Knight, Donnie Wahlberg, and Joey ...New Kids on the Block Bio Continue
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