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Tommy Steele

You’d never know it to check out film of him today, but through the summer season of 1956, Tommy Steele became England’s first home-grown rock & roller. Or he wasn’t a rock and roll & roller whatsoever. Some 43 years after he 1st charted an archive, many pop music scholars …

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Tom Varner

There were few French horn soloists in jazz but, even when there have been dozens, it?s likely that that Tom Varner would rank close to the top. He began on piano at age group eight along with a season later turned to French horn, finding his forerunner Julius Watkins’ recordings …

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Alan Menken

Recognized composer/lyricist Alan Menken is in charge of penning lots of the catchiest tunes from Disney top features of the past due ’80s onward, including such chart-toppers as “TOTALLY NEW World” (from Aladdin) and “Colours of the Blowing wind” (Pocahontas). Menken is really a graduate of NY School and got …

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Arthur Collins

Phonograph information existed for under half of the artist’s existence, but he certainly produced the most from the technology when it arrived. Arthur Collins might have been the most broadly documented vocalist of the first 20th hundred years, for the excited Edison engineers only concocting some 200 single sides in …

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Art Farmer

Generally overlooked during his formative years, Artwork Farmer’s regularly inventive playing was even more greatly appreciated simply because he continued to build up. Alongside Clark Terry, Farmer helped to popularize the flügelhorn among brass players. His lyricism provided his bop-oriented design its own character. Farmer researched piano, violin, and tuba …

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Adolph Deutsch

b. 20 Oct 1897, London, Britain, d. 1 January 1980, Hand Desert, California, USA. A composer, arranger and musical movie director for films through the 30s towards the 60s. Deutsch begun to find out music at age five, and, while still a schoolboy, researched structure and piano on the Royal …

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Tiger Haynes

Tiger Haynes entertained viewers in a minimum of four distinct types of entertainment, getting started in sports like a reward fighter before learning to be a musician and vocalist, overlapping having a profession on-stage, then functioning as an acting professional on the tv screen and movie displays. He was still …

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Morris Stoloff

Morris Stoloff had an extended, successful profession behind the moments in music, spending more than 25 % of a hundred years being a musical director at Columbia Images, but he did like a short minute in the spotlight when his piano-driven medley of “Moonglow” as well as the theme from …

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Ada Jones

b. Ada Jane Jones, 1 June 1873, Oldham, Lancashire, Britain, d. 22 Might 1922, Rocky Support, NEW YORK, USA. Jones’ parents emigrated to Philadelphia, Pa, USA, making use of their little girl around 1879. Her initial public appearance emerged at age seven and shortly her likeness made an appearance on …

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Antonio Hart

A fantastic altoist who gained acknowledgement for his use Roy Hargrove, Antonio Hart studied classical saxophone in the Baltimore College for the Arts for 4 years. He sat along with Artwork Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, toured with Hargrove for a couple years, and in the middle-’90s created his personal group. Hart, …

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