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Dewey Martin

Dewey Martin — given birth to Walter Milton Dwayne Midkiff — was raised within the Ottawa, Canada, area and began using the drums in age 13. One of is own first rings, the Jive Rockets, highlighted upcoming Staccatos guitarist Vern Craig). Martin ultimately transferred to the U.S., and finished up …

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Sir Walter Raleigh

b. Dewey Martin, 30 Sept 1942, Ottawa, Canada. Martin worked well like a drummer in a variety of semi-professional rings before shifting to Nashville, Tennessee, USA, in 1960. He changed Roger Miller because the drummer with Faron Youthful’s music group and consequently toured with Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison and Patsy …

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Buffalo Springfield

In addition to the Byrds, zero other American music group had while great a direct effect on folk-rock and country-rock — really, the complete Californian rock audio — than Buffalo Springfield. The group’s formation may be the stuff of story: traveling on Sunset Boulevard in LA, Stephen Stills and Richie …

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The Holy Mackerel

After singer/songwriter Paul Williams landed one of is own songs on the other hand of Tiny Tim’s hit single “Tip-Toe Through the Tulips,” he was approached by record producer Richard Perry with an offer to cut his own album. It had been a giant jump for Williams, who got just …

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