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The American rock band 311 was established in 1988 in Omaha, Nebraska, founded by vocalist Nick Hexum. After recruiting Chad Sexton, Aaron Wills, and Jim Watson to round out the lineup, 311 released an independently produced EP, Downstairs, featuring the song “Feels So Good.” Two more EPs followed: Unity and Damnit, and by the early 1990’s 311 was headlining shows in various local clubs, garnering local attention and establishing a following. ...311 Bio Continue
The adult contemporary, “boy band” group 98 Degrees was founded in Ohio by founding members Nick Lachey and Jeff Timmons. After recruiting Justin Jeffre and Nick’s younger brother Drew, the four boys all relocated to Los Angeles and began perfecting their performances together as a group. In the wake of success from such similar groups as Boyz II Men and Take 6, 98 Degrees did not have difficulty garnering the attention of industry executives, and so by 1997 they’d ...98 Degrees Bio Continue
The American hip hop group known as A Tribe Called Quest was established in the mid 1980’s by founding members Jarobi White, Ali Shaheed, Phife Dawg, and Q-Tip. The latter two had been friends since early childhood, and during their formative years growing up in New York, the two would practice and perform together, experimenting with an alternative hip-hop sound which would eventually bring them to fame. With the additional members on board, A Tribe Call...A Tribe Called Quest Bio Continue
The R&B singer Aaron Hall was born in 1964 in New York. Young Aaron grew up in New York’s Brooklyn area, and began singing in the church choir when he was a young man. His first professional gig was with Hezekiah Walker’s Love Fellowship Choir, but Hall rose to fame as a member of the group Guy, which he founded in the 1980’s. With Guy, Aaron Hall gave audiences hits such as “Groove Me,” “Piece of My Love,” “I Like,” &ldq...Aaron Hall Bio Continue
Although Aaron Neville is often compared to singer Sam Cooke in terms of sheer vocal refinement, he has a voice and style uniquely his own. Although he is well known as part of the New Orleans sound of the Neville Brothers, aside from the 1967 number one R&B hit "Tell It Like It Is," few have heard Aaron Neville’s incredible early solo recordings. Many of the first recordings of Aaron Neville, in the early and mid-'60s, were arranged, produced, and someti...Aaron Neville Bio Continue
Screenwriter and producer Aaron Sorkin was born in 1961 in New York. Sorkin rose to fame in the 1990’s for his unique style of screenwriting, with lengthy monologues and fast moving dialogue, as appeared on his hit television series the West Wing. But long before that, Sorkin grew up in the Scarsdale suburbs, acting in his high school drama club and attending live theater as often as possible. Aaron Sorkin graduated from Syracuse University with his B.A. in Fine Arts in the early 198...Aaron Sorkin Bio Continue
Aaron Tippin was born in 1958 in Pensacola, Florida and grew up in South Carolina. Although Aaron initially had aspirations in the field of aviation, and worked as a commercial pilot, in the mid 1980’s he moved to Nashville, Tennessee and later that same year competed in a contest as a vocalist. Tippin won the contest, won a song-publishing contract, and began a career as a songwriter and singer. Aaron Tippin found himself working for Reba McEntire at Starstruck Entertainm...Aaron Tippin Bio Continue
The American comedian and television personality Adam Carolla was born in 1964 in Los Angeles, California. Although Adam excelled on the football field in high school, after graduation he instead set his sights on a career in improvisational comedy after graduation. A chance meeting and collaboration with Jimmy Kimmel in 1994 eventually led to a number of small roles for Carolla, until in 1995 he signed with the William Morris Agency. The agency negotiated what...Adam Carolla Bio Continue
Aerosmith was born out of the music scene in Boston in the late 1960s. Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, and Steven Tyler originally met in in the late 1960’s and by 1970, they decided to form a band. Brad Whitford and Joey Kramer were added for guitar and drums, and Aerosmith quickly went on to enjoy platinum albums and sold-out arenas throughout the 1970’s. Early albums include: Night in the Ruts, Aerosmith, Get Your Wings, Toys in the Attic, Rocks, and ...Aerosmith Bio Continue
The R&B group known as After 7 was founded by Keith Mitchell and siblings Kevon Edmonds and Melvin Edmonds. Kevon and Melvin had already learned the ins and outs of the music industry from their highly successful big brother, Babyface, and so it was no surprised that they would join forces to establish their own group under his guidance. After 7 released its self-titled debut album in 1989, and the album rose not only to the very top of the R&B charts, but also into the ...After 7 Bio Continue
Al Pacino was born in 1940 in New York City. Long before he became famous for his role as Michael Corleone in The Godfather, Pacino spent his formative years on the tough New York streets of the Bronx. His teenage years were tumultuous, and young Al did not excel in school, except for his English classes. Eventually, he left school before graduating, although by then he’d already developed a love of the stage and so he joined the Herbert Berghof Studio to learn the art of acting....Al Pacino Bio Continue
Alabama came together in the early 1970’s, when Teddy Gentry, Randy Owen, Jeff Cook, and Mark Herndon came together in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Initially, the band played everything from rock to country to R&B, and their constant playing together eventually paid off. Alabama secured a record contract in 1979, being among the first country-oriented bands to do so at the time. “Tennessee River” was the single that started the string of hits from Alabama ...Alabama Bio Continue
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