Raymond Scott

Raymond Scott was an extremely interesting music composer, instrument inventor, sound technician and professional musician. Raymond, his birth name was Harry Warnow, was born in Brooklyn New York in 1908(died in 1994). Gifted from the start Raymond attended the Julliard School of Music in NYC, graduating in 1931. After College his brother Mark Warnow helped [...]

Pat Benatar

Rarely has a pop chick rocked quite to the level of Pat Benatar. Patti truly was one of the pioneers in female contemporary rock vocals, especially if her shear amount of charting material is taken into consideration. Her accolades over her career are almost endless. Patti has won multiple Grammies over the years, multiple American [...]

Blossom Dearie

Blossom Dearie was a jazz vocalist and pianist that began to make a name for herself in New York City during the fifties. Blossom is one of the old school style jazz singers that had to actually work for her fame by playing nightly at supper clubs. This was no lowly task as many of [...]

Jungle Brothers

Jungle Brothers are a East Coast hip hop group founded in 1986 in Queens, a section of New York City. The Jungle Brothers were a founding member of the Native Tongues posse and were the most popular group in Native Tongues for it’s early years helping to get NT off the ground and gain notoriety. [...]

Deee-Lite

In the nineties pop world Deee-Lite was just a flash in the pan. They had a hit single with “Groove is in the Heart” and a couple follow ups that fell short of their initial success. To an outsider Deee-Lite was short lived when in reality they lasted for six years and went on to [...]