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Colin Quinn was born in 1959 in Brooklyn, New York, to a couple of teachers who recognized his natural flair for comedy when he was a child. After attending Stony Brook University for a little while, Quinn began performing stand-up in the early 1980’s. His first gig was as co-host for Remote Control on MTV in 1987, which lasted for three years. The role made Quinn a household name, and after leaving the show, his career took off and has flourished ever since. Colin followe...Colin Quinn Bio Continue
The rock band known as Collective Soul was founded in Georgia in the early 1990’s, when the original members came together while Ed was studying music at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. After releasing his own demo album as a solo artist in the early 1990’s, Ed began recruiting to form his own group, teaming up with local area musicians and performing live around town under the name Marching Two-Step. The band experienced some success in Atlanta, but didn’t experi...Collective Soul Bio Continue
The gospel group known as Commissioned was established in the mid 1980’s by founding members Michael Williams, Michael Brooks, Karl Reid, Keith Staten, Mitchell Jones, and Fred Hammond. Commissioned burst onto the scene with the debut album, I’m Going On, released in 1985, and immediately put the group on the gospel music map as one of the era’s most talented acts. For the next seventeen years, Commissioned gave gospel music a series of succes...Commissioned Bio Continue
The hip-hop artist known as Common was born Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr. in 1972 in Chicago. Long before Common rose to fame as the Academy Award winner who brought the moving hit song “Glory” to the film Selma, he fell in love with hip-hop while still a teenager, forming his first rap trio while he was still in high school. He continued to perform throughout his college years, and in 1992 his talents led him to be featured in The Source Magazine’s Unsigned Hype column. Within...Common Bio Continue
Conan O’Brien was born in 1963 in Brookline, Massachusetts. Conan’s gifts for communication and humor were evident early on; he managed his school newspaper and won a number of writing contests while in high school. He began his university studies at Harvard, after graduating from high school in 1981 as his class’ valedictorian, and graduating with honors from Harvard as well, in 1985. Following Harvard, Conan moved to Los Angeles and joined the writing team fo...Conan O'Brien Bio Continue
A University of Maryland graduate, Chung started at WTTG-TV in Washington, DC, in 1969, where she was a copy person, news writer, and reporter. In 1971, Chung became a national correspondent at CBS News. After several jobs at other networks, Chung returned to CBS in 1989. She was co-anchor of the CBS Evening News from 1993 to 1995. A fellow at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government in 1997, she later became co-anchor of 20/20, an ABC News production. She had her own talk show o...Connie Chung Bio Continue
Coolio was born Artis Leon Ivey, Jr. in 1963. Coolio’s start in the music industry began with the release of “Watcha Gonna Do” and “You’re Gonna Miss Me” in 1987, and although neither single was extraordinarily successful, they helped Coolio establish the connections he needed in the Los Angeles music scene to get his career rolling. By 1994, he’d signed to Tommy Boy records, and released It Takes a Thief, his debut album. It Takes...Coolio Bio Continue
Cornel West is a prominent and provocative democratic intellectual. He is the Class of 1943 University Professor at Princeton University. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard in three years and obtained his M.A. and Ph.D. in Philosophy at Princeton. He has taught at Union Theological Seminary, Yale, Harvard and the University of Paris. He has written 19 books and edited 13 books. He is best known for his classic Race Matters, Democracy Matters, and his new memoir, Brother West: Living...Cornel West Bio Continue
Few bands can claim the title “overnight sensation,” but the label suits Counting Crows perfectly. Band members Adam Duritz, Millard Powers, David Immergluck, Dan Vickrey, David Bryson, Charlie Gillingham, and Jim Bogios originally signed to Geffen Records after only a year of playing around the Bay Area of San Francisco. The rest is history. Counting Crows’ debut album, August and Everything After, was released in 1993 and immediately found the band s...Counting Crows Bio Continue
The singer, actress, and media personality Courtney Love was born Courtney Michelle Harrison in San Francisco, California. Courtney grew up in a tumultuous household, moving around frequently with her mother after her parents divorce and spending her formative years in a variety of alternative settings, including a commune in Oregon. Love showed an interest in the arts from a young age, but by the time she was a teenager she’d already had a number of encounters with the law and found...Courtney Love Bio Continue
The Canadian alternative band Cowboy Junkies was established in the mid 1980’s by founding members Alan Anton, Peter Timmins, Michael Timmins, and Margo Timmins. The Timmins siblings had been performing in other projects separately prior to the formation of the group, but in 1985 after Anton and Michael Timmins’s current group disbanded, the Cowboy Junkies were formed and began performing around the Toronto area. White’s Off Earth Now!!, the g...Cowboy Junkies Bio Continue
Cowboy Troy was born Troy Lee Coleman in 1970 in Texas. Cowboy Troy’s unique brand of “country rap” music arrived in 2002, when he self-released his debut Beginner’s Luck. Shortly thereafter, Troy signed with Warner Bros. Nashville and released Loco Motive, featuring the single, “I Play Chicken with the Train.” The album rose to the top of the country charts and launched Troy’s career as a country music star. The albums Back in the Saddl...Cowboy Troy Bio Continue
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