Home / Search Results for: James Denton

Search Results for: James Denton

Longview

Named following the documenting studio where they spent weekly documenting their debut album, Longview was a supergroup made up of six top-ranked traditional bluegrass musicians and vocalists. Having a audio that recalled the bluegrass rings from the 1940s and ’50s, the sextet created a unforgettable tribute towards the roots from …

Read More »

Sylvester “Sly Stone” Stewart

James Brown might have invented funk, but Sly Rock perfected it; his alchemical fusion of spirit, rock and roll, gospel, and psychedelia turned down stylistic boundaries just as much as his explosive support band the Family members Rock disregarded racial and gender limitations, creating a group of euphoric however politically …

Read More »

David Egan

If you are a fan of Louisiana blues and origins music, it?s likely that good you’ve heard one or more melody compiled by singer/songwriter and keyboardist David Egan. His music have been documented by famous brands Joe Cocker, Marcia Ball, Etta Adam, Solomon Burke, Percy Sledge, Irma Thomas, Mavis Staples, …

Read More »

The Teen Kings

It appears difficult to trust at this later date, but there’s a chapter within the music life from the later Roy Orbison that’s seldom been mentioned or discussed — an eight-year music romantic relationship that yielded recordings and newspapers recognition, a minimum of in Wink and Denton, TX, and numerous …

Read More »

Pee Wee Ellis

Saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis was the architect of Adam Brown’s era-defining spirit classics from the past due ’60s, introducing the active preparations and punishing rhythms that could define the emerging vocabulary of funk. Delivered Alfred Ellis in Bradenton, FL, on Apr 21, 1941, he grew up in Lubbock, TX, and …

Read More »