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Taylor Hawkins Net Worth

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Taylor Hawkins Net Worth

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Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $20 Million.

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Taylor Hawkins information Birth date: February 17, 1972 Birth place: Fort Worth, Texas, United States Height:5 ft 10 in (1.79 m) Profession:Songwriter, Musician, Drummer, Singer Nationality:United States of America Spouse:Alison Hawkins (m. 2005) Children:Oliver Shane Hawkins, Annabelle Hawkins Music groups:Foo Fighters (Since 1997)

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Oliver Taylor Hawkins is an American musician, best known as the drummer of the rock band Foo Fighters. Prior to joining the band in 1997, he was the touring drummer for Alanis Morissette on her Jagged Little Pill and Cant Not Tour, as well as the drummer in a progressive e…
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Axl Rose Net Worth: Age, Height, Weight, Bio

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Axl Rose Net Worth

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Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $150 Million.

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Axl Rose information Birth date: February 6, 1962 Birth place: Lafayette, Indiana, United States Height:5 ft 8 in (1.75 m) Profession:Singer, Singer-songwriter, Musician, Guitarist, Film Producer, Record producer Nationality:United States of America Spouse:Erin Everly (m. 1990–1991) Parents:William Bruce Rose, Sharon E. Rose Music groups:Guns N Roses (Since 1985), L.A. Guns (1984), Hollywood Rose (1983 – 1985), Rapidfire (1983)

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How Much Is Jake Bugg Worth?

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Jake Bugg Net Worth

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Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $2 Million.

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Jake Bugg information Birth date: February 28, 1994 Birth place: Clifton, Nottingham, United Kingdom Profession:Musician, Singer, Songwriter Nationality:EnglandAwards:NME Award for Best Solo Artist, UK Festival Award for Best Breakthrough Act

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Jake Bugg is an English musician, singer, and songwriter. His self-titled debut album, largely co-written with songwriter Iain Archer, was released in October 2012 and reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. His second album, Shangri La, was released in November 2013. His…
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Paul Simon Net Worth, Bio, Wiki

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Paul Simon Net Worth

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Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $45 Million.

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Paul Simon information Birth date: October 13, 1941 Birth place: Newark, New Jersey, United States Height:5 ft 2 in (1.6 m) Profession:Guitarist, Keyboard Player, Musician, Percussionist, Record producer, Singer, Songwriter, Artist, Actor, Film Score Composer Nationality:United States of America Spouse:Edie Brickell (m. 1992), Carrie Fisher (m. 1983–1984), Peggy Harper (m. 1969–1975)

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Paul Frederic Simon is an American musician, actor and singer-songwriter. Simons fame, influence, and commercial success began as part of the duo Simon & Garfunkel, formed in 1964 with musical partner Art Garfunkel. Simon wrote nearly all of the pairs songs, including thre…
Biography,Early yearsSimon was born on October 13, 1941, in Newark, New Jersey, to Hungarian Jewish parents.[13][14][15] His father, Louis (1916–1995), was a college professor, Double bass player, and dance bandleader who performed under the name Lee Sims. His mother, Belle (1910–2007), was an elementary school teacher. In 1945, his family moved to the Kew Gardens Hills section of Flushing, Queens, in New York City.[16] The musician Donald Fagen has described Simons childhood as that of a certain kind of New York Jew, almost a stereotype, really, to whom music and baseball are very important. I think it has to do with the parents. The parents are either immigrants or first-generation Americans who felt like outsiders, and assimilation was the key thought—they gravitated to black music and baseball looking for an alternative culture.[17] Simon, upon hearing Fagens description, said it isnt far from the truth.[17] Simon says about his childhood, I was a ballplayer. Id go on my bike, and Id hustle kids in stickball. He adds that his father was a New York Yankees fan:I used to listen to games with my father. He was a nice guy. Fun. Funny. Smart. He didnt play with me as much as I played with my kids. He was at work until late at night. … Sometimes [until] two in the morning.[17]Simons musical career began after meeting Art Garfunkel when they were both 11. They performed in a production of Alice in Wonderland for their sixth-grade graduation, and began singing together when they were 13,[18] occasionally performing at school dances. Their idols were the Everly Brothers, whom they imitated in their use of close two-part harmony. Simon also developed an interest in jazz, folk, and blues, especially in the music of Woody Guthrie and Lead Belly.Simons first song written for himself and Garfunkel, when Simon was 12 or 13, was called The Girl for Me, and according to Simon became the neighborhood hit. His father wrote the words and chords on paper for the boys to use. That paper became the first officially copyrighted Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel song, and is now in the Library of Congress. In 1957, in their mid-teens, they recorded the song Hey, Schoolgirl under the name Tom & Jerry, given to them by their label Big Records. The single reached No. 49 on the pop charts.After graduating from Forest Hills High School, Simon majored in English at Queens College, while Garfunkel studied mathematics at Columbia University in Manhattan.[17] Simon was a brother in the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity,[19] earned a degree in English literature, and briefly attended Brooklyn Law School after graduation, but his real passion was rock and roll.Early careerBetween 1957 and 1964, Simon wrote, recorded, and released more than 30 songs, occasionally reuniting with Garfunkel as Tom & Jerry for some singles, including Our Song and Thats My Story. Most of the songs Simon recorded during that time were performed alone or with musicians other than Garfunkel. They were released on several minor record labels, such as Amy, Big, Hunt, King, Tribute, and Madison. He used several pseudonyms for these recordings, including Jerry Landis, Paul Kane, and True Taylor. Simon enjoyed some moderate success in recording a few singles as part of a group called Tico and the Triumphs, including a song called Motorcycle that reached No. 97 on the Billboard charts in 1962. Tico and the Triumphs released four 45s. Marty Cooper, known as Tico, sang lead on several of these releases. A childhood friend, Bobby Susser, childrens songwriter, record producer, and performer, co-produced the Tico 45s with Simon. That year, Simon reached No. 99 on the pop charts as Jerry Landis with the novelty song The Lone Teen Ranger. Both chart singles were released on Amy Records.Simon & GarfunkelGarfunkel, left, with Paul Simon, right, performing as Simon & GarfunkelMain article: Simon & GarfunkelIn early 1964, Simon and Garfunkel got an audition with Columbia Records, whose executive Clive Davis was impressed enough to sign the duo to a contract to produce an album. Columbia decided that the two would be called simply Simon & Garfunkel, abandoning the groups previous name Tom and Jerry. Simon said in 2003 that this renaming as Simon & Garfunkel marked the first time artists surnames had been used in pop music.[20] Simon and Garfunkels first LP, Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M., was released on October 19, 1964, it consisted of 12 songs in the folk vein, five written by Simon. The album initially flopped.Simon moved to the UK to pursue a solo career, touring folk clubs and coffee houses. At the first club he played, the Railway Inn Folk Club in Brentwood, Essex, he met Kathy Chitty who became his girlfriend and inspiration for Kathys Song, America, and others. He performed at Les Cousins in London and toured provincial folk clubs that exposed him to a wide range of musical influences. In 1965, he recorded a solo LP The Paul Simon Songbook in Britain.While in the UK, Simon co-wrote several songs with Bruce Woodley of the Australian pop group the Seekers, including I Wish You Could Be Here, Cloudy, and Red Rubber Ball. Woodleys co-author credit was omitted from Cloudy on the Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme album. The American group the Cyrkle recorded a cover of Red Rubber Ball that reached No. 2 in the U.S. Simon also contributed to the Seekers catalogue with Someday One Day, which was released in March 1966, charting around the same time as Simon and Garfunkels Homeward Bound.Back on the American East Coast, radio stations began receiving requests for one of the Wednesday Morning tracks, Simons The Sound of Silence. Their producer, Tom Wilson, overdubbed the track with electric guitar, bass guitar and drums, releasing it as a single that eventually went to No. 1 on the U.S. pop charts.[citation needed]The songs success drew Simon back to the United States to reunite with Garfunkel. Together they recorded four more albums: Sounds of Silence, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, Bookends, and the hugely successful Bridge over Troubled Water. Simon and Garfunkel also contributed extensively to the soundtrack of the Mike Nichols film The Graduate (1967), starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft. While writing Mrs. Robinson, Simon originally toyed with the title Mrs. Roosevelt. When Garfunkel reported this indecision over the songs name to the director, Nichols replied, Dont be ridiculous! Were making a movie here! Its Mrs. Robinson![21]Simon and Garfunkel returned to the UK in the fall of 1968 and did a church concert appearance at Kraft Hall, which was broadcast on the BBC, and also featured Pauls brother Ed on a performance of the instrumental Anji.[22]Simon pursued solo projects after Bridge over Troubled Water, reuniting occasionally with Garfunkel for various projects, such as their 1975 Top Ten single My Little Town. Simon wrote it for Garfunkel, whose solo output Simon judged as lacking bite. The song was included on their respective solo albums—Paul Simons Still Crazy After All These Years and Garfunkels Breakaway. Contrary to popular belief, the song is not autobiographical of Simons early life in New York City.[23] In 1981, they reunited again for the famous concert in Central Park, followed by a world tour and an aborted reunion album, to have been entitled Think Too Much, which was eventually released (without Garfunkel) as Hearts and Bones. Together, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990.In 2003, Simon and Garfunkel reunited once again when they received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. This reunion led to a US tour—the acclaimed Old Friends concert series—followed by a 2004 international encore that culminated in a free concert at the Colosseum in Rome that drew 600,000 people.[24] In 2005, the pair sang Mrs. Robinson and Homeward Bound, plus Bridge Over Troubled Water with Aaron Neville, in the benefit concert From the Big Apple to The Big Easy – The Concert for New Orleans (eventually released as a DVD) for Hurricane Katrina victims.The pair reunited in April 2010 in New Orleans at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.[25]1971–1976After Simon and Garfunkel split in 1970, Simon began writing and recording solo material again. His album Paul Simon was released in January 1972, preceded by his first experiment with world music, the Jamaican-inspired Mother and Child Reunion, considered one of the first examples of reggae by a white musician. The single was a hit, reaching both the American and British Top 5. The album received universal acclaim, with critics praising the variety of styles and the confessional lyrics, reaching No. 4 in the U.S. and No. 1 in the UK and Japan. It later spawned another Top 30 hit with Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard.Simons next project was the pop-folk album, There Goes Rhymin Simon, released in May 1973. It contained some of his most popular and polished recordings. The lead single, Kodachrome, was a No. 2 hit in America, and the follow-up, the gospel-flavored Loves Me Like a Rock was even bigger, topping the Cashbox charts. Other songs like the weary American Tune or the melancholic Something So Right — a tribute to Simons first wife, Peggy, which received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Song of the Year — became standards in the musicians catalog. Critical and commercial reception for this second album was even stronger than for his debut. At the time, reviewers noted how the songs were fresh and unworried on the surface, while still exploring socially and politically conscious themes on a deeper level.[citation needed] The album reached No. 1 on the Cashbox album charts. As a souvenir for the tour that came next, in 1974 it was released as a live album, Live Rhymin, which was moderately successful and displayed some changes in Simons music style, adopting world and religious music.Highly anticipated, Still Crazy After All These Years was his next album. Released in October 1975 and produced by Simon and Phil Ramone, it marked another departure. The mood of the album was darker, as he wrote and recorded it in the wake of his divorce. Preceded by the feel-good duet with Phoebe Snow, Gone at Last (a Top 25 hit) and the Simon & Garfunkel reunion track My Little Town (a No. 9 on Billboard), the album was his only No. 1 on the Billboard charts to date. The 18th Grammy Awards named it the Album of the Year and Simons performance the years Best Male Pop Vocal. With Simon in the forefront of popular music, the third single from the album, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover reached the top spot of the Billboard charts, his only single to reach No. 1 on this list. Also, on May 3, 1976, Simon put together a benefit show at Madison Square Garden to raise money for the New York Public Library. Phoebe Snow, Jimmy Cliff and the Brecker Brothers also performed. The concert produced over $30,000 for the Library.1977–1985After three successful studio albums, Simon became less productive during the second half of the 1970s. He dabbled in various projects, including writing music for the film Shampoo, which became the music for the song Silent Eyes on the Still Crazy album, and acting (he was cast as Tony Lacey in Woody Allens film Annie Hall). He achieved another hit in this decade, with the lead single of his 1977 compilation, Greatest Hits, Etc., Slip Slidin Away, reaching No. 5 in the United States.In 1980 he released One-Trick Pony, his debut album with Warner Bros. Records and his first in almost five years. It was paired with the motion picture of the same name, which Simon wrote and starred in. Although it produced his last Top 10 hit with the upbeat Late in the Evening (also a No. 1 hit on the Radio & Records American charts), the album did not sell well, in a music market dominated by disco music.Simon released Hearts and Bones in 1983. This was a polished and confessional album that was eventually viewed as one of his best works, but the album did not sell well when it was released. This marked a low point in Simons commercial popularity, both the album and the lead single, Allergies, missed the American Top 40. Hearts and Bones included The Late Great Johnny Ace, a song partly about Johnny Ace, an American R&B singer, and partly about slain Beatle John Lennon. A successful U.S. solo tour featured Simon and his guitar, with a recording of the rhythm track and horns for Late In The Evening.[citation needed] In January 1985, Simon lent his talent to USA for Africa and performed on the relief fundraising single We Are the World.1986–1992As he commented years later, after the disappointing commercial performance of Hearts and Bones, Simon felt he had lost his inspiration to a point of no return, and that his commercial fortunes were unlikely to change. While driving his car in late 1984 in this state of frustration, Simon listened to a cassette of the Boyoyo Boys instrumental Gumboots: Accordion Jive Volume II which had been lent to him by Heidi Berg, a singer songwriter he was working with at the time. Lorne Michaels had introduced Paul to Heidi when Heidi was working as the bandleader for Lornes The New Show. Interested by the unusual sound, he wrote lyrics to the number, which he sang over a re-recording of the song. It was the first composition of a new musical project that became the Grammy-award winning album Graceland, a mixture of musical styles including pop, a cappella, isicathamiya, rock, zydeco and mbaqanga. Simon travelled to South Africa to embark on further recording the album. Sessions with African musicians took place in Johannesburg in February 1985. Overdubbing and additional recording was done in April 1986, in New York. The sessions featured many South African musicians and groups, particularly Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Simon also collaborated with several American artists, singing a memorable duet with Linda Ronstadt in Under African Skies, and playing with Los Lobos in All Around the World or The Myth of the Fingerprints. Simon was briefly listed on the U.N. Boycott list but removed after he had indicated he had not violated the cultural boycott.[26][27]Warner Bros. Records had serious doubts about releasing such an eclectic album to the mainstream, but did so in August 1986. Graceland was praised by critics and the public, and became Simons most successful solo album. Slowly climbing the worldwide charts, it reached #1 in many countries, including the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand—and peaked at #3 in the U.S. It was the second-best-selling album of 1987 in the US, selling five million copies and eventually reaching 5x Platinum certification. Another seven million copies sold internationally, making it his best-selling album. Much of the success of the album was due to the lead single, the upbeat You Can Call Me Al, whose lyrics describe a man experiencing an identity crisis. The track featured many memorable elements—a catchy synthesizer riff (played by Adrian Belew of King Crimson], an easy whistle solo, and an unusual bass run, in which the second half was a reversed recording of the first half. You Can Call Me Al was accompanied by a humorous video featuring actor Chevy Chase, which introduced Simon to a new audience through MTV. In the end, the track reached UK Top 5 and the U.S. Top 25. Further singles, including the title track, The Boy in the Bubble and Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes, were not commercial hits but became radio standards and were highly praised.At age 45, Simon found himself back at the forefront of popular music. He received the Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1987 and also Grammy Award for Record of the Year for the title track one year later. He also embarked on the very successful Graceland Tour, which was documented on music video. Simon found himself embracing new sounds, which some critics viewed negatively—however, Simon reportedly felt it was a natural artistic experiment, considering that world music was already present on much of his early work, including such Simon & Garfunkel hits as El Condor Pasa and his early solo recording Mother and Child Reunion, which was recorded in Kingston, Jamaica. One way or another, Warner Bros. Records (who by this time controlled and reissued all his previous Columbia albums) re-established Simon as one of their most successful artists. In an attempt to capitalize on his renewed success, WB Records released the album Negotiations and Love Songs in November 1988, a mixture of popular hits and personal favorites that covered Simons entire career and became an enduring seller in his catalog.After Graceland, Simon decided to extend his roots with the Brazilian music-flavored The Rhythm of the Saints. Sessions for the album began in December 1989, and took place in Rio de Janeiro and New York, featuring guitarist J. J. Cale and many Brazilian and African musicians. The tone of the album was more introspective and relatively low-key compared to the mostly upbeat numbers of Graceland. Released on October 1990, the album received excellent critical reviews and achieved very respectable sales, peaking at #4 in the U.S. and No. 1 in the UK. The lead single, The Obvious Child, featuring the Grupo Cultural Olodum, became his last Top 20 hit in the UK and appeared near the bottom of the Billboard Hot 100. Although not as successful as Graceland, The Rhythm of the Saints was received as a competent successor and consistent complement on Simons attempts to explore (and popularize) world music, and also received a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year.Simons ex-wife Carrie Fisher says in her autoBiography, Wishful Drinking that the song She Moves On is about her. Its one of several she claims, followed by the line, If you can get Paul Simon to write a song about you, do it. Because he is so brilliant at it. [28]The success of both albums allowed Simon to stage another New York concert. On August 15, 1991, almost a decade after his concert with Garfunkel, Simon staged a second concert in Central Park with African and South American bands. The success of the concert surpassed all expectations, and reportedly over 750,000 people attended—one of the largest concert audiences in history. He later remembered the concert as, …the most memorable moment in my career. The success of the show led to both a live album and an Emmy-winning TV special. In the middle, Simon embarked on the successful Born at the Right Time Tour, and promoted the album with further singles, including Proof—accompanied with a humorous video that again featured Chevy Chase, and added Steve Martin. On March 4, 1992, he appeared on his own episode of MTV Unplugged, offering renditions of many of his most famous compositions. Broadcast in June, the show was a success, though it did not receive an album release.1993–1998After Unplugged, Simons place in the forefront of popular music dropped notably. A Simon & Garfunkel reunion took place in September 1993, and in another attempt to capitalize on the occasion, Columbia released Paul Simon 1964/1993 in September, a three-disc compilation that received a reduced version on the two-disc album The Paul Simon Anthology one month later. In 1995 he made news for appearing on The Oprah Winfrey Show, where he performed the song Ten Years, which he composed specially for the tenth anniversary of the show. Also that year, he was featured on the Annie Lennox version of his 1973 song Something So Right, which appeared briefly on the UK Top 50 once it was released as a single in November.Since the early stages of the nineties, Simon was fully involved on The Capeman, a musical that finally opened on January 29, 1998. Simon worked enthusiastically on the project for many years and described it as a New York Puerto Rican story based on events that happened in 1959—events that I remembered. [29] The musical tells the story of real-life Puerto Rican youth Salvador Agron, who wore a cape while committing two murders in 1959 New York, and went on to become a writer in prison. Featuring Marc Anthony as the young Agron and Ruben Blades as the older Agron, the play received terrible reviews and very poor box office receipts from the very beginning, and closed on March 28 after just 68 performances—a failure that reportedly cost Simon 11 million dollars.Simon recorded an album of songs from the show, which was released in November 1997. It was received with very mixed reviews, though many critics praised the combination of doo-wop, rockabilly and Caribbean music that the album reflected. In commercial terms, Songs from The Capeman was a failure—it found Simon missing the Top 40 of the Billboard charts for the first time in his career. The cast album was never released on CD but eventually became available online.1999–2007After the disaster of The Capeman, Simons career was again in an unexpected crisis. However, entering the new millennium, he maintained a respectable reputation, offering critically acclaimed new material and receiving commercial attention. In 1999, Simon embarked on a North American tour with Bob Dylan, where each alternated as headline act with a middle section where they performed together, starting on the first of June and ending September 18. The collaboration was generally well-received, with just one critic, Seth Rogovoy, from the Berkshire Eagle, questioning the collaboration.[30]In an attempt to return successfully to the music market, Simon wrote and recorded a new album very quickly, with Youre the One arriving in October 2000. The album consisted mostly of folk-pop writing combined with foreign musical sounds, particularly grooves from North Africa. While not reaching the commercial heights of previous albums, it managed at least to reach both the British and American Top 20. It received favorable reviews and received a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year. He toured extensively for the album, and one performance in Paris was released to home video.In the aftermath of the September 11 attacks, Simon sang Bridge Over Troubled Water on America: A Tribute to Heroes, a multinetwork broadcast to benefit the September 11 Telethon Fund. In 2002, he wrote and recorded Father and Daughter, the theme song for the animated family film The Wild Thornberrys Movie. The track was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song. In 2003, he participated on another Simon & Garfunkel reunion. One year later, Simons studio albums were re-released both individually and together in a limited-edition nine-CD boxed set, Paul Simon: The Studio Recordings 1972–2000.At the time, Simon was already working on a new album with Brian Eno called Surprise, which was released in May 2006. Most of the album was inspired by the September 11 terrorist attacks, the Iraq invasion, and the war that followed. In personal terms, Simon was also inspired by the fact of having turned 60 in 2001, which he humorously referred to on Old from Youre the One.Surprise was a commercial hit, reaching #14 in the Billboard 200 and #4 in the UK. Most critics also praised the album, and many of them called it a comeback. Stephen Thomas Erlewine from AllMusic wrote that Simon doesnt achieve his comeback by reconnecting with the sound and spirit of his classic work, he has achieved it by being as restless and ambitious as he was at his popular and creative peak, which makes Surprise all the more remarkable. The album was supported with the successful Surprise Tour.In March 2004, Walter Yetnikoff published a book called Howling at the Moon, in which he criticized Simon personally and for his tenuous business partnership with Columbia Records in the past.[31]Simon performing live in Mainz, Germany, July 25, 2008In 2007 Simon was the inaugural recipient of the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, awarded by the Library of Congress, and later performed as part of a gala of his work.[32][33]2008–2013After living in Montauk, New York, for many years, Simon relocated to New Canaan, Connecticut.[34]Simon is one of a small number of performers who are named as the copyright owner on their recordings (most records have the recording company as the named owner of the recording). This noteworthy development was spearheaded by the Bee Gees after their successful $200 million lawsuit against RSO Records, which remains the largest successful lawsuit against a record company by an artist or group. All of Simons solo recordings, including those originally issued by Columbia Records, are currently distributed by Sony Records Legacy Recordings unit. His albums were issued by Warner Music Group until mid-2010.[35] In mid-2010, Simon moved his catalog of solo work from Warner Bros. Records to Sony/Columbia Records [35] where Simon and Garfunkels catalog is. Simons back catalog of solo recordings would be marketed by Sony Musics Legacy Recordings unit.In February 2009, Simon performed back-to-back shows in New York City at the Beacon Theatre, which had recently been renovated. Simon was reunited with Art Garfunkel at the first show as well as with the cast of The Capeman, also playing in the band was Graceland bassist Bakithi Kumalo. In May 2009, Simon toured with Garfunkel in Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. In October 2009, they appeared together at the 25th Anniversary of The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The pair performed four of their most popular songs, The Sound of Silence, The Boxer, Cecilia, and Bridge Over Troubled Water.Simon paying tribute to musicians Leonard Cohen and Chuck Berry, the recipients of the first annual PEN Awards for songwriting excellence, at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on February 26, 2012Simons album So Beautiful or So What[36] was released on the Concord Music Group label on April 12, 2011.[37] The album received high marks from the artist, Its the best work Ive done in 20 years.[35] It was reported that Simon attempted to have Bob Dylan guest on the album.[35]On November 10, 2010, Simon released a new song called Getting Ready for Christmas Day. It premiered on National Public Radio,[38] and was included on the album So Beautiful or So What. The song samples a 1941 sermon by the Rev. J.M. Gates, also entitled Getting Ready for Christmas Day.[39] Simon performed the song live on The Colbert Report on December 16, 2010.[40] The first video featured J.M. Gates giving the sermon and his church in 2010 with its display board showing many of Simons lyrics, the second video illustrates the song with cartoon images.In the premiere show of the final season of The Oprah Winfrey Show on September 10, 2010, Simon surprised Oprah and the audience with a song dedicated to Oprah and her show lasting 25 years (an update of a song he did for her shows 10th anniversary).[41]Rounding off his 2011 World Tour, which included United States, England, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany, Simon appeared at Ramat Gan Stadium in Israel in July 2011, making his first concert appearance in Israel since 1983.[42] On September 11, 2011, Paul Simon performed The Sound of Silence at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, site of the World Trade Center, on the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.On February 26, 2012, Simon paid tribute to fellow musicians Chuck Berry and Leonard Cohen who were the recipients of the first annual PEN Awards for songwriting excellence at the JFK Presidential Library in Boston, Massachusetts.[43] In 1986 Simon was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Music degree from Berklee College of Music where he currently serves on the Board of Trustees.[44][45]On June 5, 2012, Simon released a 25th anniversary box set of Graceland, which included a remastered edition of the original album, the 2012 documentary film Under African Skies, the original 1987 African Concert from Zimbabwe, an audio narrative The Story of Graceland as told by Paul Simon, and other interviews and paraphernalia.[46] He played a few concerts in Europe with the original musicians to commemorate the anniversary.[47]On December 19, 2012, Simon performed at the funeral of Victoria Leigh Soto, a teacher killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.[48]On June 14, 2013, at Stings Back to Bass Tour, Simon performed his song The Boxer and Stings Fields of Gold with Sting.[49]In September 2013, Simon delivered the Richard Ellmann Lectures in Modern Literature at Emory University.2014–presentIn February 2014, Simon embarked on a joint concert tour titled On Stage Together with English musician Sting, playing 21 concerts in North America.[50] The tour continued in early 2015, with ten shows in Australia and New Zealand,[51][52] and 23 concerts in Europe,[53] ending on 18 April 2015.On August 4, 2015, Simon performed Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard, Homeward Bound, and Late in the Evening alongside Billy Joel at the final concert of Nassau Coliseum on Long Island, New York.[54] On September 11, 2015, Simon appeared during the premiere week of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Simon, who performed “Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard” with Colbert for his surprise appearance, had been promoted prior to the show as Simon and Garfunkel tribute band Troubled Waters.[55] Simons additional performance of An American Tune was posted as a bonus on the shows YouTube channel.Simon also wrote and performed the theme song for the comedian Louis C.K.s show Horace and Pete, which debuted January 30, 2016. The song, which can be heard during the shows opening, intermission, and closing credits, is sparse, featuring only Simons voice and an acoustic guitar. Simon made a cameo appearance onscreen in the tenth and final episode of the series.On June 3, 2016 Simon released his thirteenth solo studio album, Stranger to Stranger via Concord Records.[56] He began writing new material shortly after releasing his twelfth studio album, So Beautiful or So What, in April 2011. Simon collaborated with the Italian electronic dance music artist Clap! Clap! on three songs—The Werewolf, Street Angel, and Wristband. Simon was introduced to him by his son, Adrian, who was a fan of his work. The two met up in July 2011 when Simon was touring behind So Beautiful or So What in Milan, Italy. He and Clap! Clap! worked together via email over the course of making the album. Simon also worked with longtime friend Roy Halee, who is listed as co-producer on the album. I always liked working with him more than anyone else, Simon noted.[57] Following the release of the album, Simon noted that “showbiz doesn’t hold any interest for me” and discussed future retirement as I am going to see what happens if I let go.[58][59]On July 25, 2016, he performed Bridge over Troubled Water at the 2016 Democratic National Convention.[60]

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Joan Jett information Birth date: September 22, 1958 Birth place: Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, United States Height:5 ft 5 in (1.66 m) Profession:Singer, Singer-songwriter, Musician, Guitarist, Actor, Record producer, Film Producer Nationality:United States of America Music groups:The Runaways (1975 – 1979), Joan Jett and the BlackheartsAlbums:Bad Reputation, The Hit List, Pure And Simple, Joan Jett, 1979

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Joan Jett is an American rock guitarist, singer, songwriter, producer and occasional actress, best known for her work with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, including their hit record I Love Rock n Roll, which was No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 from March 20 to May 1, 1982, a…
Biography,Early lifeJoan Marie Larkin was born September 22, 1958, at Lankenau Hospital in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia. (According to some sources, she was born on September 22, 1960). She is the oldest of three children. Her father sold insurance, her mother was a secretary. Her family were Protestant and attended church, but were not particularly religious.[11] In 1967, her family moved to Rockville, Maryland, where she attended Randolph Junior High and Wheaton High School.[12] Jett got her first guitar at the age of 14.[13] She took some guitar lessons, but soon quit because the instructor kept trying to teach her folk songs.[14] Her family then moved to West Covina, California, in Los Angeles County, providing Jett the opportunity to pursue her musical endeavors.In Los Angeles, Jetts favorite night spot was Rodney Bingenheimers English Disco,[15] a venue that provided the glam rock style she loved.The RunawaysJett became a founding member of the Runaways, alongside drummer Sandy West. Jackie Fox, Lita Ford and Cherie Currie soon joined up to complete the band, creating the classic lineup. While Currie initially fronted the band, Jett shared some lead vocals, played rhythm guitar and wrote or co-wrote a lot of the bands material along with Ford, West and Currie. The band recorded five albums, with Live In Japan becoming one of the biggest-selling imports in US and UK history. The band toured around the world and became an opening act for Cheap Trick, Ramones, Van Halen and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. They found success abroad, especially in Japan. While touring England with the Runaways in 1976, Jett first heard the song I Love Rock n Roll when she saw Arrows perform it on their weekly UK television series Arrows.[16] In 2010, The Runaways, a movie about Jetts band, was released, starring Kristen Stewart as Jett and Dakota Fanning as Currie.[17]While the Runaways were popular in Europe, Asia, Australia, Canada and South America, they could not garner the same level of success in the US.[18] After Currie left the band, the band released two more albums with Jett handling the lead vocals: Waitin for the Night and And Now… The Runaways. Altogether they produced five albums from 1975 until they disbanded in the spring of 1979.[19]Soon after, Jett produced the Germs only album, (GI).SoloIn 1979, Jett was in England pursuing a solo career. She recorded three songs there with Sex Pistols Paul Cook and Steve Jones, one of which was an early version of Arrows I Love Rock n Roll. This version appears on the 1993 compilation album Flashback.[20] Later that year, she returned to Los Angeles, where she began fulfilling an obligation of the Runaways to complete a film which was loosely based on the bands career entitled Were All Crazee Now! three actresses stood in for the departed band members, including Rainbeaux Smith, who was also a rock drummer.[21] While working on the project, Jett met songwriter and producer Kenny Laguna, who was hired by Toby Mamis to help Jett with writing some tracks for the film.[21] They became friends and decided to work together. Jett relocated to Long Beach, New York where Laguna was based. The plug was pulled on the project halfway through shooting after Jett fell ill, but in 1984, after she became famous, producers looked for a way to use the footage from the incomplete film.[21] Parts of the original footage of Jett were eventually used in another project, an underground film called DuBeat-Eo, which was produced by Alan Sacks but not commercially released.[21]Jett and Laguna entered the Whos Ramport Studios with the latter at the helm, and Jetts self-titled solo debut was released by Ariola Records in Europe on May 17, 1980. In the US, after the album was rejected by 23 major labels,[22] Jett and Laguna released it independently on their new Blackheart Records label, which they started with Lagunas daughters college savings. Laguna remembers, We couldnt think of anything else to do, but print up records ourselves.[21]Joan Jett & the BlackheartsJoan Jett & the BlackheartsJoan Jett & the Blackhearts performing live in Sacramento, California, 2012Background informationGenresRockhard rockpunk rockYears active1979–presentLabelsBlackheartEpicBoardwalkMCACBSWarner Bros.PolydorChrysalisBellaphonMercuryMembersJoan JettDougie NeedlesHal B. SelzerThommy PriceJett performing live in Norway during the 1980sWith Lagunas assistance, Jett formed the Blackhearts. Laguna recounted, I told Joanie to forget the band and support herself on the advance money. There was enough for her but not for a band. She said she had to have a band. And I believe to this day that it was the Blackhearts, that concept, that made Joan Jett.[23] She placed an ad in the LA Weekly stating that she was looking for three good men.[24] John Doe of X sat in on bass for the auditions held at S.I.R. studios in Los Angeles. He mentioned a local bass player, Gary Ryan, who had recently been crashing on his couch. Ryan was born Gary Moss, and adopted his stage name upon joining the Blackhearts in 1979, in part to cover for the fact that he was only 15 at the time.[25] Ryan was part of the Los Angeles punk scene and had played bass with local artists Top Jimmy and Rik L. Rik. He had been a fan of the Runaways and Jett for years. Jett recognized him at the audition and he was in. Ryan in turn recommended guitarist Eric Ambel, who was also at the time part of Rik L. Rik. The final addition to the original Blackhearts was drummer Danny Furious OBrien, formerly of the San Francisco band the Avengers. This line-up played several gigs at the Golden Bear, in Huntington Beach, California and the Whisky a Go Go in Hollywood before embarking on their first European tour, which consisted of an extensive tour of the Netherlands and a few key shows in England, including the Marquee in London.[26]Laguna fired OBrien at the end of the tour,[23] and upon returning to the States, Jett, Ryan, and Ambel moved to Long Beach, New York. Auditions were set up and Lee Crystal, formerly of the Boyfriends and Sylvain Sylvain, became the new drummer.[26] The band then toured throughout the US, slowly building a fan base but struggling to remain financially afloat. Throughout 1980, the band was able to keep touring solely due to Laguna drawing on advances from outside projects.[23] Jett and Laguna used their personal savings to press copies of the Joan Jett album and set up their own system of distribution, sometimes selling the albums out of the trunk of Lagunas Cadillac at the end of each concert.[27] Laguna was unable to keep up with demand for the album. Eventually, old friend and founder of Casablanca Records, Neil Bogart, made a joint venture with Laguna and signed Jett to his new label, Boardwalk Records and re-released the Joan Jett album as Bad Reputation.A Spring 1981 concert at the Palladium in New York City proved to be a turning point. Described by music journalists as a career-defining performance by Jett, it helped solidify a strong New York following for Joan Jett & the Blackhearts.[23] After a year of touring and recording, the Blackhearts recorded a new album entitled I Love Rock n Roll for the label. Ambel was replaced by local guitarist Ricky Byrd during the recording. Byrd recalled in an interview with Guitarhoo!, One day I went to a studio to jam around a bit with Jett and everything clicked.[26][28] The first single from the album was a cover of the title track, I Love Rock n Roll, originally written and recorded by Arrows, which in the first half of 1982 was number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks in a row.[29] It is Billboards No. 56 song of all time[30] and has also been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2016.[31]Jett released Album (1983) and Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth (1984). A string of Top 40 hits followed, as well as sellout tours with the Police, Queen, and Aerosmith, among others. She was among the first English-speaking rock acts to appear in Panama and the Dominican Republic.[32]After receiving her own MTV New Years Eve special, Jett beat out a number of contenders to appear in the movie Light of Day with Michael J. Fox. Bruce Springsteen wrote the song Light of Day especially for the movie,[33] and her performance was critically acclaimed.[34] It was about this time that Ryan and Crystal left the Blackhearts. They were soon replaced by Thommy Price and Kasim Sulton. Later that year, Jett released Good Music, which featured appearances by the Beach Boys, the Sugarhill Gang and singer Darlene Love.Joan Jett & the Blackhearts became the first rock band to perform a series of shows at the Lunt–Fontanne Theatre on Broadway, breaking the record at the time for the fastest ticket sell-out.[32] Her next release, Up Your Alley, went multi-platinum and was followed by The Hit List, which was an album consisting of cover songs. During this time, Jett co-wrote the song House of Fire, which appeared on Alice Coopers 1989 album Trash.In 1990, the band had a song on the Days of Thunder soundtrack, Long Live the Night, written by Jett with Randy Cantor and Michael Caruso.Her 1991 release Notorious, which featured the Replacements Paul Westerberg and former Billy Idol bass player Phil Feit, was the last with Sony/CBS as Jett switched to Warner Bros. A CD single of Lets Do It featuring Jett and Westerberg was also released during this time and appeared in the song credits for the movie Tank Girl. In 1993, Jett and Laguna released Flashback, a compilation of various songs on their own Blackheart Records.Jett produced several bands prior to releasing her debut and her label Blackheart Records released recordings from varied artists such as thrash metal band Metal Church and rapper Big Daddy Kane.The press touted Jett as the Godmother of Punk[35] and the Original Riot Grrrl. In 1994, the Blackhearts released the well-received Pure and Simple, which featured tracks written with Babes in Toylands Kat Bjelland, L7s Donita Sparks and Bikini Kills Kathleen Hanna. Jett has also been described as the Queen of Rock n Roll.[36][37][38][39]Timeline (With the Blackhearts)Note: Between 1995 and 2003, Jett spent more time as a producer rather than as a recording artist. For which the years have not been credited as to having any specific band line-up at the time.Later yearsJett performing live at the Bumbershoot festival, in Seattle, Washington, 1994Jett returned to producing for the band Circus Lupus in 1992 and again, in 1994, for Bikini Kill. This recording was the New Radio +2 vinyl 7-inch EP for which she also played and sang back-up vocals. The Riot Grrrl movement started in the 1990s, with Bikini Kill as a representative band, and many of these women credited Jett as a role model and inspiration.In 1997, Jett was featured on the We Will Fall: The Iggy Pop Tribute album. She performed a cover of the Johnny OKeefe song Wild One (or Real Wild Child). Jett worked with members of the punk rock band the Gits, whose lead singer and lyricist, Mia Zapata, had been raped and murdered in 1993. The results of their collaboration was a live album, Evil Stig and a single, Bob, whose earnings were contributed to the investigation of Zapatas murder. To this end, the band and Jett appeared on the television show Americas Most Wanted, appealing to the public for information. The case was solved in 2004, when Zapatas murderer, Jesus Mezquia, was brought to trial and convicted.Jett is a guest artist on Marky Ramone and the Intruders 1999 album The Answer to Your Problems? on the track Dont Blame Me. She is a guest vocalist on Peaches album Impeach My Bush on the tracks Boys Wanna Be Her and You Love It.At an October 2001 9/11 benefit in Red Bank, New Jersey,[40] Jett and Springsteen appeared together on stage for the first time and played Light of Day.In 2004, Jett and Laguna produced the album No Apologies by the pop punk band the Eyeliners, after signing them. Jett also guested on the track Destroy and made a cameo appearance in its music video.In 2005, Jett and Laguna signed punk rockers the Vacancies and produced their second album, A Beat Missing or a Silence Added (reaching the top 20 in CMJ Music Charts), and their third album in 2007, Tantrum. That same year, she was recruited by Steven Van Zandt to host her own radio show on Van Zandts Underground Garage radio channel on Sirius Satellite Radio. She hosted a four-hour show titled Joan Jetts Radio Revolution, broadcast every Saturday and Sunday. The program moved from Sirius 25 to Sirius 28 shortly before being canceled in June 2008.[citation needed]In 2005, Jett and Laguna celebrated the 25th anniversary of Blackheart Records with a sellout show at Manhattans Webster Hall.[41]In June 2006, Jett released her album Sinner, on Blackheart Records. To support the album, the band appeared on the 2006 Warped Tour and on a fall 2006 tour with Eagles of Death Metal. Various other bands such as Antigone Rising, Valient Thorr, the Vacancies, Throw Rag and Riverboat Gamblers were to have joined the tour for a handful of dates each.Jett sang a duet with Chase Noles on Tearstained Letters, a song on the Heart Attacks 2006 album, Hellbound and Heartless.Joan Jett & the Blackhearts headlined the Albuquerque, New Mexico Freedom Fourth celebration on July 4, 2007, with an estimated crowd of 65,000 in attendance at the annual outdoor event.In November 2007, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts appeared with Motorhead and Alice Cooper in a UK arena tour, Jett opened eight American shows on Aerosmiths 2007 World Tour.Following the Dave Clark Fives induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, on March 10, 2008, Jett, as part of the ceremony, closed the program with a performance of the Dave Clark Fives 1964 hit Bits and Pieces.Joan Jett & the Blackhearts appeared on several dates of the True Colors tour in the summer of 2008.[42] She opened for Def Leppard in August. On November 19, 2009, Mattel released a Joan Jett Barbie doll. Her name and likeness was used with her permission.[43]In June 2010, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts opened for Green Day on their UK tour alongside acts such as Frank Turner and Paramore.Jett performing live with the Blackhearts in Beaumont, California during the 2010 Free Concert SeriesThe band was the opening act for Aerosmiths September 2010 Canadian tour.[44]Joan Jett & the Blackhearts were part of the line-up for the Falls Music & Arts Festival, December 29 through January 1, 2010, in Australia.[45]Jett was an executive producer for the film The Runaways, which chronicled the Runaways career. It was written and directed by Floria Sigismondi, who has directed videos for Marilyn Manson, the White Stripes and David Bowie. Production of the movie began filming around Twilights Kristen Stewarts filming schedule, (i.e. of the sequels New Moon and Eclipse). Stewart played Jett in the film. In order to prepare for the role, Stewart met Jett around the 08/09 New Year. In an interview, Stewart revealed that she hoped to be able to sing some songs in the film.[46] The film explores the friendship between Jett and Runaways lead singer, Cherie Currie, played by Dakota Fanning, and premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2010. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts appeared at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, at Harry-Os, for The Runaways promotion, which was also attended by Stewart and Dakota Fanning.March 2010 saw the release of a 2-CD Greatest Hits album with four newly re-recorded songs. March 2010 also saw the release of a hardcover Biography, and picture book, spanning her career from the Runaways to the present day.Jett, along with the Blackhearts, released the album Unvarnished on September 30, 2013. The album reached Billboards Top 50.[47] It included songs dealing with the death of her parents and other people.[48][49] August 1 was declared Joan Jett day in West Hollywood. She was named West Hollywoods Rock Legend.[50] Former Blackhearts member Lee Crystal died on November 6, 2013, from complications of multiple sclerosis.[51]Jett starred in, and is the executive producer of Undateable John, which was released in 2014.[52][needs update]In April 2014, Jett fronted the remaining members of Nirvana for a performance of Smells Like Teen Spirit for their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She joined the band again later that night for its surprise concert at Saint Vitus. In April 2014, Jett was the first woman to win the Golden God Award.[53] Former bandmates Cherie Currie and Lita Ford came and supported her. On April 24, 2014, Alternative Press magazine held its first-ever Alternative Press Music Awards, and Jett received the AP Icon Award. On July 12, 2014, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts performed at Tropicana Field after the baseball game in St. Petersburg, Florida. On October 29, 2014, Jett sang the U.S. national anthem at the New York Knicks vs. the Chicago Bulls basketball game. Jett and Hot Topic released Jetts first clothing line in 2014. It consists of jackets, shirts, pants, and a sweater.[54] Jett played guitar on I Am a River on the Foo Fighters 2014 album Sonic Highways released November 10, 2014.[55][56]On April 15, 2015, Jett & the Blackhearts opened for the Who, kicking off their The Who Hits 50! 2015 North American tour in Tampa, Florida.[57] The Blackhearts opened for the Who for 42 dates in the U.S. and Canada, ending November 4 in Philadelphia.On July 4, 2015, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts were part of the Foo Fighters 20th Anniversary show at the RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.Other workJett is a sports fan and has remained actively involved in the sports world. Bad Reputation was used by Ultimate Fighting Championships Womens Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey as her walkout song at the pay-per-view event UFC 157. Her cover of Love Is All Around (the theme song of The Mary Tyler Moore Show) was used by the NCAA to promote the Womens Final Four, as well as the song Unfinished Business, which was never commercially released. Love Is All Around went into radio play and became the number one requested song without an existing (support) CD. Jett supplied theme songs for the ESPN X Games premiere and has contributed music to all their games since. At Cal Ripken Jr.s request, she sang the U.S. national anthem, at the Baltimore Orioles game in which he tied[58] Lou Gehrigs record for consecutive games played. She also sang the national anthem at the final game played at Memorial Stadium. Until the 2016 season, the melody for her song I Hate Myself for Loving You was used as the theme music for NBC Sunday Night Football with re-worked lyrics and retitled Waiting All Day for Sunday Night. Jett has also been a consistent supporter of the United States Armed Forces, has toured for the United Service Organizations for over 20 years, and even performed at the United States Military Academy.[59]Satire and tributesIn 1983, musical satirist Weird Al Yankovic released a parody of I Love Rock n Roll entitled I Love Rocky Road, changing the singers passion for rock music with that for ice cream.The comic strip Bloom County included a character named Tess Turbo, her band was the Blackheads.[60]

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Ryan Key Net Worth

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Ryan Key information Birth date: December 17, 1979 Birth place: Jacksonville, Florida, United States Profession:Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Guitarist, Actor Nationality:United States of America Spouse:Alyona Alekhina (m. 2013) Music groups:Yellowcard, Craigs Brother Movies:Cloverfield

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William Ryan Key is an American rock musician. He is best known for being the lead singer, rhythm guitarist of the American pop punk band Yellowcard.
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Cliff Burton Net Worth – Short bio, age, height, weight

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March 10, 2018

Cliff Burton Net Worth

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Cliff Burton information Birth date: February 10, 1962, Castro Valley, California, United States Death date: September 27, 1986, Ljungby, Sweden Birth place: Castro Valley Profession:Songwriter, Musician, Bassist Education:Castro Valley High School Nationality:United States of America Parents:Jan Burton, Ray Burton Siblings:Connie Burton, Scott Burton Music groups:Metallica (1982 – 1986), Trauma (1982), EZ-Street

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Clifford Lee Cliff Burton was an American musician, best known as the bass guitarist for the American thrash metal band Metallica. Burton joined Metallica in 1982 and performed on the bands first three studio albums, Kill Em All, Ride the Lightning, and Master of Puppets…
Biography,Early lifeClifford Lee Burton was born in Castro Valley, California, to Ray and Jan Burton. He had two elder siblings, Scott and Connie, and a niece, Nicole. Burtons interest in music began when his father introduced him to classical music and he began taking piano lessons.In his teenage years, Burton had an interest in rock, classical, and eventually heavy metal. He began playing the bass at age 13, after the death of his brother. His parents quoted him as saying, Im going to be the best bassist for my brother. He practiced up to six hours per day (even after he joined Metallica). Along with classical and jazz, Burtons other early influences varied from southern rock and country to the blues.Burton cited Geddy Lee, Geezer Butler, Stanley Clarke, Lemmy Kilmister and Phil Lynott as major influences on his style of bass playing.CareerWhile still a student at Castro Valley High School, Burton formed his first band called EZ-Street. The band took its name from a Bay Area topless bar. Other members of EZ Street included future Faith No More guitarist Big Jim Martin as well as Faith No More and Ozzy Osbourne drummer Mike Bordin. Burton and Martin continued their musical collaboration after becoming students at Chabot College in Hayward, California. Their second band, Agents of Misfortune, entered the Hayward Area Recreation Departments Battle of the Bands contest in 1981. Their audition was recorded on video and features some of the earliest footage of Burtons trademark playing style. The video also shows Burton playing parts of what would soon be two Metallica songs: his signature bass solo, (Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth, and the chromatic intro to For Whom the Bell Tolls. Burton joined his first major band, Trauma, in 1982. Burton recorded the track Such a Shame with the band on the second Metal massacre compilation.In 1982, Trauma traveled to Los Angeles to perform at the Whisky a Go Go. Among those in attendance were James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich, both members of Metallica, which had formed the previous year. Upon hearing, as Hetfield described it, this amazing shredding (which later became (Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth), the two went in search of what they thought was an amazing guitar player. When they learned that what they had heard was a bass solo by Burton, they decided to recruit him for their own band. They asked him to replace departed bassist Ron McGovney, and since Burton thought that Trauma was starting to get a little commercial, he agreed. The idea of having to move to Los Angeles did not sit well with him, and said he would join only if the band would relocate from Los Angeles to his native San Francisco Bay Area. Metallica, eager to have Burton in the band, left their origin of Los Angeles to make a home in El Cerrito, a town located across the bay from San Francisco.Burtons first recording with Metallica was the Megaforce demo. A demo tape the band had made prior to Burtons joining, No Life til Leather, managed to come into the hands of John Zazula, owner of Megaforce Records. The band relocated to Old Bridge, New Jersey and quickly secured a recording contract with Zazulas label. Its debut album, Kill Em All, features Burtons famous solo piece, (Anesthesia) – Pulling Teeth, which showcased his use of effects, such as a wah-wah pedal, not commonly used by bass guitarists.Metallicas debut album, Kill Em All, was originally intended to inherit the name of one of their earlier demo releases (predating Burtons participation), which was Metal Up Your Ass, but the record company did not like the title and insisted on changing it. After the band learned of the change, Burton said We should just kill em all, man, which gave the band members an idea for the new title. The album was released on July 25, 1983 through Megaforce Records.The bands second studio album, Ride the Lightning, showcased the bands increasing musical growth. Burtons songwriting abilities were growing, and he received credit on six of the albums eight songs. Burtons playing style and use of effects is showcased on two tracks: the chromatic intro to For Whom the Bell Tolls, and the lead bass on The Call of Ktulu.The increase of musicianship on Ride the Lightning caught the attention of major record labels. Metallica was signed to Elektra Records, and began working on its third album, Master of Puppets, which is considered by most critics to be a landmark album in heavy metal.[11] Burton is featured heavily on a number of tracks, most notably the instrumental Orion, which again featured Burtons lead bass playing style. The album also contained Burtons favorite Metallica song Master of Puppets.[12] Master of Puppets was the bands commercial breakthrough,[13] but it would be Burtons final album with Metallica.Burtons final performance was in Stockholm, Sweden, at the Solnahallen Arena on September 26, 1986, one day before his death.[14]DeathMemorial stone near the crash site, next to a CD copy of Master of Puppets.During the European leg of the Damage Inc. tour in support of Master of Puppets, the band complained that the sleeping cubicles on their tour bus were unsatisfactory and uncomfortable. To decide who received pick of the bunks, Kirk Hammett and Burton drew cards.[15] On the evening of September 26, 1986, Burton won the game with an ace of spades, thereby getting the first choice of bunk and pointed at Hammett and exclaimed, I want your bunk! Hammett replied, Fine, take my bunk, Ill sleep up front, its probably better up there anyway. Burton was sleeping shortly before 7 am on September 27 when, according to the driver, the bus skidded off the road (the E4, 12 miles (19 km) north of Ljungby),[16] and flipped onto the grass in Kronoberg County[17] Burton was thrown through the window of the bus, which fell on top of him, resulting in his death.James Hetfield later stated that he first believed the bus flipped because the driver was drunk. Hetfield stated that he walked long distances down the road looking for black ice and found none. Local freelance photographer Lennart Wennberg (who attended the crash scene the following morning), later asked in an interview about the likelihood that black ice caused the accident, said it was out of the question because the road was dry and the temperature around 2 °C (36 °F). This was confirmed by police who found no ice on the road. Ljungby detective Arne Pettersson was reported in a local newspaper to have said the tracks at the accident site were exactly like ones seen when drivers fall asleep at the wheel. However, the driver stated under oath that he had slept during the day and was fully rested, his testimony was confirmed by the driver of a second tour bus that was carrying the bands crew and equipment.[16] The driver was determined not at fault for the accident and no charges were brought against him.[18]

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Ben Gibbard information Birth date: August 11, 1976 Birth place: Bremerton, Washington, United States Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Profession:Singer-songwriter, Guitarist, Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Film Score Composer Nationality:United States of America Spouse:Zooey Deschanel (m. 2009–2012) Music groups:Death Cab for Cutie (Since 1997), The Postal Service, Pedro the Lion

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Benjamin Ben Gibbard is an American musician known as a member of several successful indie rock bands. He is the lead singer of Death Cab for Cutie and The Postal Service, and is also known for his project ?All-Time Quarterback! and his first band, Pinwheel.
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Jim Morrison information Birth date: December 8, 1943, Melbourne, Florida, United States Death date: July 3, 1971, Paris, France Birth place: Melbourne Height:5 ft 10 in (1.8 m) Weight:145 lbs (65.7708 kg) Profession:Writer, Singer, Poet, Film director, Songwriter, Musician, Actor, Film Score Composer, Screenwriter Nationality:United States of America Spouse:Pamela Courson (m. 1965–1971) Music groups:The Doors (1965 – 1971), Rick & The Ravens (1965)

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James Douglas Jim Morrison was an American singer and songwriter best remembered as the lead vocalist of the Doors. Due to his songwriting, baritone voice, wild personality and performances, he is regarded by critics and fans as one of the most iconic and influential front…
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Ryan Ross information Birth date: August 30, 1986 Birth place: Summerlin, Nevada, United States Height:5 ft 10 in (1.8 m) Profession:Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter, Musician Education:University of Nevada, Las Vegas Nationality:United States of America Parents:George Ryan Ross II, Danielle Ross Music groups:Panic! at the Disco (2004 – 2009), The Young Veins

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George Ryan Ross III is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter most known for his work as the lead guitarist, backup vocalist and main songwriter for the band Panic! at the Disco, before his departure from the band in 2009. Ross and former Panic bassist Jon Walker are …
Biography,Musical beginnings (1998–2004)Born in Las Vegas, Nevada, Ross got a guitar for Christmas when he was 12, and began collaborating with best friend Spencer Smith who received a drum kit. Ross and Smith mostly covered Blink-182 songs with Ross on vocals. Their two-piece band was originally called Pet Salamander. Ross wrote lyrics to his first song when he was 14 years old.They teamed up with Brent Wilson and another boy named Trevor Howell on guitar to make Summer League before they met Brendon Urie and formed Panic! at the Disco.Panic! at the Disco (2004–2009)Main article: Panic! at the DiscoRoss performing with Panic! at the Disco, in 2007.Ross, alongside with Spencer Smith formed Panic! at the Disco in 2004, later joined by Brent Wilson and Brendon Urie. The bands debut album, A Fever You Cant Sweat Out was recorded between the time frame of June to September 2005 and was released on September 27, 2005.With much success and touring of their debut album, the band went back into the studio on October 2007 to record what has come to be the bandss second studio album, Pretty. Odd., which was released on March 25, 2008, the sound greatly differed to the bands debut album. This was the last studio album Ross has contributed to with Panic! at the Disco, until he was credited for writing on Panic! at the Discos third studio album, Vices & Virtues.The Young Veins (2009–2010)Main article: The Young VeinsOn July 13, 2009, Ross spoke with MTV about his split from the Panic! at the Disco. He stated that the split had been in the cards for sometime now. It just took everyone a while to realize it. Ross told MTV that he and the remaining members of Panic! at the Disco are still good friends and had recently spoken over the Fourth of July weekend. Ross spoke about his and Walkers upcoming project as well. He and Walker are writing and recording songs (with Pretty. Odd. producer Rob Mathes) at a lightning-quick pace, and theyll soon be revealing the fruits of their labor. Since then, their new band called The Young Veins has released their song Change onto the Internet.The Young Veins performing at Jack Rabbits in Jacksonville, FL on March 27th, 2010.On July 15, 2009, Ross told MTV that the new sound he and Walker are working on is, Theyre more, uh, I wouldnt want to say heavy, but I guess I would have to, in the sense of, like, early garage music and Kinks and stuff. The songs are shorter and faster, and I guess theyre more rock and roll than flowery stuff. He talked about how there is probably not going to be any orchestration on the album, unlike Pretty. Odd., which was loaded with orchestration. He and Walker are also recording with the help of Alex Greenwald from Phantom Planet along with Panic!s former touring keyboard player, Eric Ronick. According to Ross, he and Walker are trying to release their new single tentatively titled, Change. However, Ross is contractually bound to Fueled By Ramen to provide new music whereas Walker is not. He wants to be released from his contract with Fueled by Ramen because it doesnt seem like its going to be the right place for this stuff, and I think everybody knows that, on both sides, [FBR President] John Janick included. Its just been taking some time to get worked out.On October 16, Ross had an interview with MTV saying that their first record, Take a Vacation!, is done, and they are working to find a record company willing to release it.The Young Veins were signed to One Haven Music and their debut was released on June 8, 2010. On December 10, 2010, The Young Veins entered on a hiatus period.Solo project (2013–present)In 2013, Ross released a two-track untitled demo EP as well as a couple of other songs through his official SoundCloud page. The description of the page says: Thanks for waiting. Im back now.

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