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She was hailed as the Diva of Banda Music, had her own reality TV show and was in the process of conquering the tricky U.S. music ... continue reading
Is one ever too old to rock and roll? Never, the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones has declared to the world. The same holds ... continue reading
His name was little known outside of a few households - but literally everybody hummed songwriter Joe South's biggest hits - "Down in the ... continue reading
He was a shy and private man with thick eyeglasses, sporting a patently nerdy look. He lived in fear of not meeting his father's ... continue reading
Demure Ellen Muriel Deason of Nashville began playing the guitar at the age of 14. In 1938, at the age of 20, she married Johnnie Wright ... continue reading
His work with Deep Purple brought classical music to the hard rock arena, thrilling stadiums full of rowdy fans with complex feats of ... continue reading
Sweeping the Tony Awards with eight wins, including Best Musical, "Once," tells the unlikely love story of a Dublin street performer and ... continue reading
Guitarist Bob Welch was an early member of super-group Fleetwood Mac until he launches a successful solo career with such hit singles as ... continue reading
In a weekend marked by the passing of disco diva Donna Summer, Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees - who likewise milked the Seventies fad of ... continue reading
Offstage, she was an outspoken fundamentalist Christian, fiercely dedicated to her children and husband. Onstage, she was the one singer ... continue reading
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