Harry Belafonte

Harry Belafonte is a multi-genre artist who was at the height of his popularity in the sixties. While best known for his Calypso tunes Harry performed gospel, blues and even folk music to varying audiences. Through the years Harry has drawn the attention of presidents, global leaders and celebrities of all types. Besides music he [...]

Deadguy

Deadguy was a hardcore band born in New Brunswick New Jersey in 1994. The band was founded by a bunch of guys that happened to room together, not exactly the most stable foundation and was perhaps why the lineup changed so many times in the band’s relatively short existence. What made Deadguy so special was [...]

Cream

Cream where a band of firsts when they entered the rock scene in London England in 1966. Comprised of three very accomplished musicians in their own right they were one of the first “super” rock groups. Any one of these guys could have easily fronted their own band, and would in the future, but for [...]

Peter Gabriel

Peter Gabriel is a singer/songwriter from Chobham England. He was born in 1950 to a upper middle class family. His father was a electrical engineer and was able to send Peter to private schools for advanced education. His mother was very musical and taught him clarinet at a young age. He took this early exposure [...]

The Blues Brothers

I had always written off The Blue Brothers. The main guys in it, Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi, were both very well known comedians and I had thought of the band as an extension of their routine, nothing more then a gimmick intended to further monetize on a successful comedy skit. But you know what? [...]