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Johnny Rogan

Among the leading rock and roll biographers, Rogan specializes in intensely detailed research of particular performers and organizations. These draw seriously on personal interviews and intensive research. As the ensuing volumes could be as well quotation- and detail-heavy for everyone (although they have become accessibly created), for the real lover …

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Tom Kealey

Tom Kealey (given birth to Thomas Newell Kealey, August 22,1943, San Jose, CA) was among the founding people of Juice Newton & Metallic Spur, a nation rock trio comprising Juice Newton, Otha Adolescent, and Kealey. In 1972, Newton and Adolescent were carrying out as an acoustic duo in a little …

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Gram Parsons

Gram Parsons may be the dad of country-rock. Using the International Submarine Music group, the Byrds, as well as the Soaring Burrito Brothers, the songwriter pioneered the idea of a rock-band playing nation music, so that as a single artist he relocated even further in to the nation realm, blending …

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Al Perkins

b. 18 January 1944, Tx, USA. Guitarist Perkins was with Don Henley, later on from the Eagles, in the past due 60s music group Shiloh. He changed ‘Sneaky’ Pete Kleinow in the Soaring Burrito Brothers in 1971, a period when they had been discouraged at their insufficient progress. Nevertheless, their …

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The Whites

Among the longer-lived family members harmony groupings in nation music, the Whites began being a bluegrass group, enjoyed an interval as nation hitmakers in the ’80s, and afterwards concentrated on gospel music. Buck Light (vocals, piano, mandolin) and his daughters Sharon (vocals, electric guitar) and Cheryl (vocals, bass) officially comprised …

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The Rowans

Intensifying bluegrass group the Rowans contains harmonizing brothers Peter (guitar, many members from the mandolin family), Lorin (guitar), and Chris (guitar, flute). All three was raised in the tiny Massachusetts city of Weyland, near Boston, and performed rock and roll and bluegrass music jointly. Peter used several folk rings in …

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Steve Duncan

Steve Duncan was the merchandise of a music background. Blessed in Knoxville, Tennessee, he began playing electric guitar at age seven. His dad, referred to as Roy Snede, acquired a tv program that arrived of Visalia and was broadcast along the central valley. A preferred in Bakersfield, Snede was an …

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The Bluegrass Cardinals

The Bluegrass Cardinals came jointly in LA in 1974 when banjoist Don Parmley and mandolinist Randy Graham teamed up with Parmley’s 15-year-old son, David, to create what was to become successful bluegrass trio who wielded considerable influence in the latter half from the ’70s through the first ’90s. Don Parmley …

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The Bluegrass Album Band

The Bluegrass Recording Music group was a bluegrass supergroup formed in 1980. Originally, the music group presented J.D. Crowe, Doyle Lawson, Tony Grain, Bobby Hicks, and Todd Phillips. All the members were referred to as intensifying bluegrass musicians, however the Bluegrass Recording Band was made to showcase the original side …

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Southern Pacific

Southern Pacific shaped in 1983 around vocalist Tim Goodman, guitarist John McFee, drummer Keith Knudsen, bassist Jerry Scheff, and keyboardist Glenn D. Hardin. Both McFee and Knudsen had been ex-Doobie Brothers; this rock and roll & roll history would continue steadily to tarnish for a few the band’s country-rock audio. …

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