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A member of Atlanta rapper Young Jeezy's coke-rap trio U.S.D.A., Panama City, FL, native Blood Raw (b. Bruce Falson) began his rap career while serving a six-year bid in Florida prison during the mid-'90s. There he first developed his rhyme skills and earned the "Blood Raw" moniker (which is local slang for "the truth"). Upon his release in 1998, he relocated to Atlanta to work for his uncle at a local rap hotspot called the Hip-Hop Café. Inspired by the ...Blood Raw Bio Continue
Al Kooper formed Blood, Sweat, and Tears in 1967, following his departure from the Blues Project. Alongside Steve Katz, Jim Fielder, and Bobby Colomby, the band released Child is Father to the Man, their album debut, to great success. Shortly after, however, Kooper left the band, along with some other musicians who had been added, but Blood, Sweat, and Tears regrouped with Katz, Colomby, and David Clayton-Thomas as vocalist. This combination seemed to be the winner, and the band...Blood, Sweat & Tears Bio Continue
Blue Man Group, founded by Matt Goldman, Chris Wink, and Phil Stanton, is best known for its performances featuring insightful humor and multi-sensory experiences conveyed through the antics of three mysterious, bald, blue men. Without a doubt, a Blue Man Group performance is one like no other. The group itself, however, is actually an organization created by the founders not only for theatrical shows, but also for film and television music and a children’s museum exhibit (called &ld...Blue Man Group Bio Continue
The band Blue Oyster Cult began in the late 1960’s on Long Island, in New York, when Albert Bouchard, Donald Roeser, and Bruce Abbott came together to create the band The Disciples, playing local venues and college parties while attending college in Potsdam, New York. Later incarnations of the band would include the name Travesty, with other musicians, but eventually Albert and Donald forged ahead, adding some other band members, and the seeds for Blue Oyster Cult were planted. ...Blue Oyster Cult Bio Continue
Blues Traveler was formed in Princeton, New Jersey, in 1987 by members John Popper, Bobby Sheehan, Chan Kinchla, Brendan Hill, and Ben Wilson. The high school friends moved to New York City after establishing the band and began performing around at city venues, igniting a new appreciation for jam music among the new generation. Blues Traveler’s self-titled debut was released in 1990 to great success. Travelers & Thieves came in the following year, and Save His Soul arr...Blues Traveler Bio Continue
Bo Bice was born in 1975 in Huntsville, Alabama, but moved to England when he was a teenager. Bice grew up in the London area and developed an interest in guitar when he was about fourteen, frequently playing with a number of alternative rock bands in the area before forming his first band. By the mid 1990’s, Bo Bice had begun pursuing a full-time career as a musician, performing internationally and establishing a number of bands. Prior to competing on American Idol, Bo Bi...Bo Bice Bio Continue
American sportscaster Bob Costas was born Robert Quinlan Costas in 1952 in Queens, New York. Bob spent his formative years in Commack, New York, on Long Island, graduating from high school with a strong academic record and then attending Syracuse University to major in Communications. However, Costas never graduated; he was offered his first gig hosting a radio station in St. Louis, Missouri, and so he left New York and launched his broad...Bob Costas Bio Continue
Bob Dylan was born in 1941 in Duluth, Minnesota. He began performing while still attending college at the University of Minnesota, and then shortly after moving to New York, began performing around the Greenwich Village area. When he wasn’t frequenting the local folk clubs in the area, he was visiting Woody Guthrie, one of his heroes, in the hospital. Bob Dylan caught the eye of Columbia Records and they signed him in the early 1960’s. By 1962, his debut album was re...Bob Dylan Bio Continue
The American golfer Bob Estes was born in 1966 in Texas. Bob was raised in the Abilene area of the state, learning to play golf when he was still a preschooler and eventually reaching professional status even before he was a teenager. During his time at the University of Texas, Bob Estes played for the institution’s golf team, distinguishing himself with the Haskins Award for most outstanding collegiate golfer in 1988. Other amateur achievements include winning the Trans-Mississippi ...Bob Estes Bio Continue
Irish singer, songwriter, and political activist Bob Geldof was born Robert Frederick Zenon Geldof in 1951 in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland. Before rising to prominence in the music industry, Geldof worked a variety of odd jobs, until he was hired to work as a journalist for the music publication The Georgia Straight. The experience led to his interest in a career as a musician, and so in 1975 he...Bob Geldof Bio Continue
The American Journalist Bob Greene was born in 1947 in Ohio. Greene rose to prominence after graduating from Northwestern University in 1969 and starting his career as a feature writer and reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times, which earned him a National Headliner Award in 1977 and launched his career as one of the era’s most notable journalists.Bob Greene Bio Continue
Bob Newhart was born in 1929 in Chicago. He grew up in a working-class household, and after graduating from Loyola University of Chicago in 1952, he was drafted into the army during the Korean War. Following his discharge, he began working as an accountant and then as an advertising copywriter. It was here that a friendship with a co-worker inadvertently launched Newhart’s acting career; the two of them would frequently record comedic conversations and send them out to radio stations...Bob Newhart Bio Continue
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