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Squeeze came together in 1974, when Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford (both vocals, guitar) joined up Paul Gunn and Jools Holland (drums and keyboards.) Squeeze initially existed by a number of different names, including Skyco and Captain Trundlow’s Sky Company, but Squeeze is the name that stuck, a semi-tribute to the album of the same name by the Velvet Underground. Shortly after beginning, Paul Gunn left the band and was replaced by Gilson Lavis, and Harry Kakoulli came on board to...Squeeze Bio Continue
The musician known as St. Lucia was born Jean-Philip Grobler in Johannesburg, South Africa. Grobler was drawn to music as a child, and spent much of his formative upbringing singing in the local choir; eventually, he began to sing with the prestigious Drakensberg Boys’ Choir, traveling the world for performances. Influenced by such artists as Phil Collins, Boyz II Men, and Sting, Jea...St Lucia Bio Continue
The rapper known as Stalley was born Kyle Myricks in Ohio in 1982. Stalley burst onto the music scene in 2008 with his first two successful mixtapes, Goin Ape and MadStalley: The Autobiography. His talents caught the attention of the Rick Ross Mayback Music Group, with which he signed in 2010. Since signing with Mayback, Stalley has appeared on a number of collaboration albums with the label, including Self Made Vol. 1, Vol. 2, and Vol. 3. Following the s...Stalley Bio Continue
The American jazz musician Stanley Clark was born in 1951 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Clark rose to prominence with the fusion band Return to Forever, but long before that he graduated from the Philadelphia Musical Academy in 1971 and began his work with an number of bands in New York City. Early collaborations include work with Stan Getz, Dexter Gordon, and Horace Silver, to name a few.Stanley Clarke Bio Continue
Starship began with the remaining musicians from Jefferson Starship (which began as Jefferson Airplane), after internal disagreements among band members resulted in an agreement which allowed the band to move forward as simply “Starship,” without its founding member. Starship consisted of Grace Slick, Mickey Thomas, Craig Chaquico, David Freiberg, Pete Sears, and Donny Baldwin. Freiberg left Starship shortly after its inception, and the band launched its first album and s...Starship Bio Continue
Steel Magnolia was was formed towards the end of the millennium’s first decade, by Joshua Scott Jones and Meghan Linsey. The duo earned the winning spot on the show Can You Duet, and signed to their first recording contract in 2009. “Keep on Loving You,” Steel Magnolia’s debut single, rose to the top of the country charts shortly after its release, and bolstered the success of the duo’s debut album, Steel Magnolia, which was released shortly thereafter.Steel Magnolia Bio Continue
The heavy metal band Steel Panther was established around the start of the new millennium. Initially a quartet called Metal Shop, musicians Russ Parrish, Ralph Saenz, Travis Haley, and Darren Leader began their career together performing around the Los Angeles area, particularly at the infamous Viper Room. But if anyone in the audience arrived expecting a serious revival of the “hair band” experience of the 1980’s, they were in for a surprise. Steel Panther&rsq...Steel Panther Bio Continue
Steel Pulse began as a protest-oriented reggae band with a flair for blending Latin and jazz into their music. The band came together in 1975 in Birmingham, England, when founding members Basil Gabbidon, David Hinds, and Ronnie McQueen began performing Rasta-influenced music in the style of Bob Marley and Burning Spear. They named themselves after a racehorse, and added Steve Nisbett, Selwyn Brown, Alphonso Martin, and Michael Riley to the lineup to round out the band. Steel Pul...Steel Pulse Bio Continue
Donald Fagen and Walter Becker first came together in 1968 as students at Bard College. There they discovered common interests in jazz, blues, popular music and contemporary literature. They began performing cover songs together, and in 1969, they moved to Brooklyn, New York and recorded a series of demos over the next two years. Eventually, they formed Steely Dan with musicians David Palmer, Denny Dias, Jim Hodder, and Jeff Baxter, taking their name as an off-color tribute to t...Steely Dan Bio Continue
Stephanie Mills was born in 1957 in Brooklyn, New York. The young Stephanie grew up singing gospel music in her local church, but before she reached the age of ten, she had already made her Broadway debut. After winning a series of amateur competitions, including ones at the prestigious Apollo Theater, she earned a job as the supporting act for the Isley Brothers. Her debut album, Movin’ in the Right Direction was released in 1974, when Mills was still a teenager, but her biggest and...Stephanie Mills Bio Continue
Stephen Colbert was born in 1964 in Washington, DC. He grew up in South Carolina, and attended Northwestern University as a Theater Major. Initially, Colbert’s focus was in the area of drama, but he joined an improv group in Chicago and shortly thereafter found himself with the famous Second City touring company, for which he served as understudy to none other than Steve Carell. With Second City, Stephen Colbert also became close to Paul Dinello and Amy Sedaris. When the t...Stephen Colbert Bio Continue
Stephen Edwin King was born in Portland, Maine in 1947, the second son of Donald and Nellie Ruth Pillsbury King. After his parents separated when Stephen was a toddler, he and his older brother, David, were raised by his mother. Parts of his childhood were spent in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where his father's family was at the time, and in Stratford, Connecticut. When Stephen was eleven, his mother brought her children back to Durham, Maine, for good. Her parents, Guy and Nellie Pillsbury, ...Stephen King Bio Continue
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