They both grew up in a family that did not have every much money and had to work just to get by. In their life music was the only thing they could really do that was fun because of the conditions they lived in. As a young child they both learned how to play the guitar and carried that throughout their careers. While they were on the road to success, they became well know for country music. They both overcame their poor childhood and became wealthy doing what they loved.
Jimi Hendrix was the most famous American rock guitarist in my heart. He has multi talent, he can sing and play the guitar skillfully at the same time, also he is a songwriter. He was born in Seattle, Washington on November 27, 1942. Started playing guitar at age 15, when he first got his guitar from his father as a gift. He loves rock music and he also plays blues and R&B music.
In 1917 ruth, who always loved children, took a position with the Ford motor company to help Legion junior baseball league. 1920 ruth was sold for 125,000 to the New York Yankees, whose stadium was later named The House Ruth Built, this then began the best season of his career, he reached his peak in 1927, when he hit 60 home runs, a season record that still stands. In 1925 he was suspended for ¨misconduct¨ off the grass. As he grew older, his body became too heavy for his slender legs in 1935 after 15 years with the yankees, he joined the Boston Braves as a playing vice president.
When he was traded to the Yankees, he met new players and became friends with Lou Gehrig who was a really good player. They loved playing in the majors together. But Lou Gehrig died from a disease when he was 37. I love Babe Ruth even though he played a long time ago.
When the colonies were being established in the United States, there were struggles between white colonists and the Native Americans already living there. Mary Musgrove helped this improve this situation when Georgia was being founded in the seventeenth century. Her blended background gave her skills that helped her bridge both groups.
George won many awards, was inducted in the Hall of Fame, and kept old country alive when the “urban country” era started, making him one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. Childhood Influences George Strait had many things that happened in his youth that influenced his future career. George was raised by his father on a 2,000-acre farm with his older brother Buddy.
Buddy Gains His Interest Holly gain interest in music at a young age. “We owe it all to Elvis,” that was the quote that Holly said after doing an opener show. This is how Elvis became Holly’s influence into Rock and Roll (Romanowski & George-Warren, 2001). If not for Elvis influencing him, Holly would have never switched over to Rock and Roll from country. Violin and piano were all early instruments for Buddy, he started at the age of 4 to
“And give up? Not on your life.” Nellie Bly retorted when told to give up her dream job of becoming a reporter. (The Adventures of Nellie Bly). Elizabeth Cochran (the name Nellie Bly was given at birth) was born on May 5, 1864, in Cochran Mills, Pennsylvania. Cochran Mills was named after her father who was a wealthy businessman, and she was often called “Pink” because her mother almost always dressed her in that color. Later, she added an “e” to the end of her last name for elegance. Nellie became a professional muckraker and was a widely read female stunt reporter. She married Robert Livingston Seaman in 1895, and retired from journalism. Unfortunately, she died on January 27, 1922 in New York, New York from pneumonia after a life abundant with conquering hardships and tenacity. Nellie Bly showed perseverance throughout her childhood, work life, and adulthood.
George pursued his music career in 1975. He became the lead singer of a band named “Ace in the Hole Band’. The band members that preformed with George had been in a band called “Stoney Ridge” up until a few weeks before they formed this new band with George, but they were missing their lead singer. They began playing in bars, and that was mainly the scene they played, until they booked a gig and preformed at Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos, Texas. In 1976, the band had landed a record deal with one of the member’s father at his recording studio.
Babe Ruth didn’t have much of a childhood without baseball and was introduced to it at a very early age. George Herman Ruth Jr. was born on February 6, 1895. He was born the family of George Sr. and Kate in Baltimore, Maryland. George was a child who had no rules set before him. His parents were very lenient and were
He retired in 1957 with a career batting average of .311. Robinson died in connecticut in 1972 from a heart attack. Being the youngest of five children, Robinson was raised in a by a single mother. He attended john muir high school, and pasadena junior college, where he was an excellent athlete and played 4 different sports: baseball, basketball, track, and football. He was named mvp in baseball in 1938.
It all started in Liverpool in 1960 when four men came together to create the iconic band, The Beatles. The English rock band members consisted of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. They were able to create timeless music that still continues to influence artists even years after the end of the group’s time. Not only did they surpassed every limit that was reached before them, they left a mark on the music industry that most artist can only hope they achieve. They changed the way music itself was created and the way it was presented to people listening all over the world.