Pete Seeger, is the son of Charles and older brother of Mike and Peggy, who "Is known as America 's Most important folksinger. "(loc.gov/folklife) Pete had authored and co-authored many important songs for example, " If I Had a Hammer." He fell in love with the banjo while attending the North Carolina Folk Song and Dance Festival in Asheville. Later he got the chance to work at the Archive of American Folk Song in Washington D.C. by his good friend Alan Lomax and then moved up to a position in the music half of the Library of Congress. Pete had met Woodie Guthrie out on the road and then eventually toured out west with him.
Randy Owen also does solo performances. Randy Scott as a drummer that used to play in clubs (Pareles,Romanowski,1983). Randy Owen is also the main voice of Alabama. (Gormly,2009) Alabama has a history in the country music industry. Cousins Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry first started the band in 1969.
Richard Steven Valenzuela was born on May 13, 1941 in Pacoima, California. He had a passion for music since a young age. He played many instruments but he loved playing the guitar. Richard was a singer, songwriter, and guitarist. At age 16 he joined his first band called the Silhouettes.
He made his appearance around eight-thirty that night and finished close to midnight. In the beginning of his career, Fowler was known as a Southern hard-rock singer and songwriter with a band by the name of ‘Dangerous Toys’ for eight years before he realized that hard-rock wasn’t the genre of music he was really passionate about. Soon after his change involving his career, he found that Texas country music was what he enjoyed to sing, write, and perform for others. Texas country can also be referred to as ‘Red Dirt’ country music and was originated in Texas and Oklahoma.
Elvis Aaron Presley, a Rock-N- Roll icon, was born on January 8, 1935. His parents are Vernon and Gladys Presley. Presley was born a twin, but his identical brother was stillborn. Elvis’s original middle name was Aron to resemble his stillborn twin’s middle name, but he legally changed it to Aaron as a biblical and traditional spelling. In 1953, Elvis cut his first demo at Sun Studio; he also began touring all over America.
I went to youtube and the video is called "Dave Matthews Band-#41 Jeff Coffin Sax Solo." In his solo, he played beautifully and he seems very affectionate when he plays on stage. You can see the passion of him playing on stage in his face, his body language and his sound. For Futureman I went on youtube and the video was called, "Future Man Solo-Chicago Bluegrass and Blues Music Festival 12/12/2009. " The video was interesting, it was weird how the Drumitar looked.
In the year 1995, he created Roc-A-Fella Records as his own independent label along with Damon Dash and Kareem Biggs. Jay claims to be strongly influenced by several popular artists such as Marvin Gaye and Donny Hathaway. He is contributing largely in the world of music till
Travis Tritt recorded one of Luke’s songs on his album My Honky Tonk History in 2004 (Luke Bryan Newsmaker 4). Before he came out with an album of his own, he married Caroline Boyer in 2006 (Luke Bryan & Wife 1). Luke and Caroline have two sons, Thomas and Tatum (Luke Bryan Newsmaker 6). Then, in 2007, Billy Currington sang a song that Luke wrote called “Good Directions” (Luke Bryan Newsmaker 10). Later in 2007, Luke came out with his debut single, “All My Friends Say” (Brennan 3).
Establishing individuals Andrew Farriss and late, awesome vocalist Michael Hutchence were schoolmates in secondary school when they chose to form the band icehouse alongside two different cohorts Neil Sanders and Kent Kerny, and included Geoff Kennely and Garry Beers from a neighboring secondary school. They were later joined by Farriss ' kin Tim and Jon and had their first gig in 1977 at Whale Beach, north of Sydney. They had played at a few other nearby shows before they at long last handled a five-collection record manage Deluxe Records in the
Jimmy Page had lived it out with the Yardbirds and they became so popular that they opened for a very well-known band, the Rolling Stones. Once one of the guitarist, Jeff Beck, got fired from the band the music that was produced was
Woodstock: The icon of the 60’s The 60’s encompassed new styles of music, marches for peace, unforgettable fashion statements, civil rights rallies, drugs being experimented with, and Woodstock, the most famous rock festival during the 60’s. Woodstock is known for its three days of peace and music, even though it led into a fourth. Woodstock started as a single idea from the minds of four young men, but today is known as an icon of the 1960s. (Rosenberg, n.d.)
The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California. They were one of the most important bands of the Psychedelic era. They broke all the rules while slowly building their career from ballrooms to arenas and going all over the country. They learned to approach their music as improvisational. They let their imaginations explore and improved it.
Mr. Bo Diddley was born December 28, 1928 in McComb, Mississippi under the name Ellas Otha Bates but changed as a child to Ellas McDaniel. He was known as an R&B and Chicago Blues singer and guitarist. He was nicknamed The Originator because of his key role in the transition from the blues to rock and roll, and rock, and influenced a host of acts. On November 20, 1955, Bo Diddley appeared on the popular Ed Sullivan TV show. The show asked him to sing "Sixteen Tons", but instead he sang "Bo Diddley".