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December 8, 2006 Posted by | La Bouche, Music, Rock | Leave a comment

Nancy Sinatra & Frank Sinatra

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Gladys Knight & The Pips

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Eve 6

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Neal McCoy

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Elkie Brooks

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General Johnson

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Doors

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Emerson Drive

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Edward Bear

Edward Bear was a folk-rock group from Canada formed originally in 1966 by Larry Evoy and Craig Hemming. The band signed with Capitol Records in 1969. Most of their chart successes were in the early ’70s before disbanding in 1974. Their band name is derived from A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh, whose ‘proper’ name is Edward Bear. Their top singles include “You, Me & Mexico”, “Last Song”, and “Close Your Eyes”, all three of which were top five in Canada and charted well in the United States.

The band charted its biggest hit in 1972. “Last Song” charted No. 1 in Canada and peaked at No. 3 in the US. By then, the original band had split up. Evoy rebuilt the band twice, but it finally was disbanded in 1974 after a disastrous tour of high school gigs and small club venues.

Evoy, who embraced Scientology in 1973, went on to a semi-successful solo career but is currently retired. Danny Marks has continued a very successful career as a blues guitar veteran; Weldon performs with a jazz combo and teaches at Seneca College in Toronto; Loop resides in South Western Ontario and plays locally with various session musicians. He also teaches guitar.

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Heart

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Hank Locklin

Hank Locklin album

 


Hank Locklin album

 

Hank Locklin (born February 15, 1918 in McLellan, Florida) is an American country music singer and songwriter.

Born Lawrence Hankins Locklin in the Florida Panhandle, he is one of country musics’ Honky Tonk singers. A member of the Grand Ole Opry, Locklin’s biggest hits include Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On, Geisha Girl, and Please Help Me I’m Falling, the latter a song that went to No.8 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music charts. Billboard Magazine’s 100th Anniversary issue also listed it as the second most successful country single of the Rock and Roll era.

Hank Locklin has a huge fanclub in Langeli, Bjerkreim, Norway.

Locklin had a strong following in Europe, and in Ireland his popularity was such that in 1963 he recorded an album called Irish Songs Country Style.

Other hits for Hank include, “Happy Journey”(1961), “Happy Birthday To Me”(1962), and “The Country Hall Of Fame”(1968).

As of 2006, he is the oldest living member of the Grand Ole Opry at the age of 88.

Also in 2006, he appeared on the PBS special, Country Pop Legends in which he performed “Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On” and “Please Help Me I’m Falling”.

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Elan Michaels

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Leanne Rhymes

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Wayne Wonder

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Crystal Gayle

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Dance Factory

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Jim Reeves

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Ferlin Husky

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Dusty Springfield

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Gary Numan

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Donna Delory

Best known as a background singer and dancer for Madonna

Donna De Lory is a singer, dancer and songwriter. Part of a musical family, De Lory has been performing since a very young age. Her voice can be heard on albums by Carly Simon, Ray Parker, Jr., Kim Carnes, Santana, and Madonna, the latter with whom De Lory accompanied on every single concert since the “Who’s that Girl” tour in the late 1980s.

De Lory’s latest venture is The Lover & The Beloved, a Sanskrit & English CD released on Ajna Music, a record label emerging as a leader in the metro-spiritual music genre. While a collection of ancient Indian mantras set to modern beats may seem like a departure, for De Lory, this seamless blend of east and west, devotion and pop, is just the next bold step in her continuing musical evolution.

“In English, I write about relationships, but when I sing in Sanskrit it’s more about spirit and what is beyond words,” she explains. “It’s great to not have to follow a certain form, like you do in pop. There are no rules for this type of music.” After traveling the globe in support of her self-titled MCA debut, Donna’s pop and world influences took root in her collaboration with cellist, Cameron Stone. Together they formed a beautiful musical hybrid and began creating albums such as Bliss and In the Glow. De Lory was surprised to find fans of her new sound in unusual places, including yoga centers.

“It felt really free,” she said. “When you play in a space like that, the people are so into the music. They want to be taken away. They’re closing their eyes. They’re letting go and really listening.” These performances, coupled with De Lory’s burgeoning yoga practice, led her further in the direction of devotional music. Soon she found herself adding Sanskrit chants to her songs and performance repertoire, hence, the inception of The Lover & The Beloved. “Playing music helps me get away from my personality and my mind and allows me to just be,” said De Lory.

“I realize that being able to do this is a gift. If I can inspire people or help with their healing, if I can help them appreciate the people they love more or get in touch with their own bliss, then I’ve done what I’m here to do.”

The DeLory family is well-known in the music business: Donna is the daughter of musician/producer/arranger Al DeLory, who was responsible, among other things, for Glenn Campbell’s three-album “golden era” on Capitol records.

Donna performs Elise’s theme, “My Destiny”, in the 2006 game

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Don Henley

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Don McClean

Don McLean
Background information
Birth name Don McLean
Born 2 October 1945
Genre(s) singer-songwriter
Occupation(s) singer, songwriter, musician
Instrument(s) guitar
Years active 1970 – present
Website http://www.don-mclean.com/

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Eva Cassidy

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EP

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Escape Club

The band was made of lead singer Trevor Steel, guitarist John Holliday, bassist Johnnie Christo and drummer Milan Zekavica.

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George Strait

George Strait at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo in 2005

George Strait at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo in 2005

Background information
Birth name George Harvey Strait
Also known as King George
Born [May 18]], 1952
Origin Poteet, TX, USA
Genre(s) Country Music
Occupation(s) Country music artist
Years active 1981 – Present
Label(s) MCA Nashville Records
(1981 – Present)
Website www.georgestrait.com
Members
Country Music Hall of Fame
Former members
Ace in the Hole Band
Rambling Country

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WASP

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Kentucky Headhunters

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Eddie Murphy

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Gretchen Wilson

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Great White

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Everly Brothers

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  • The Everly Brothers are a pair of brothers who were top-selling country-influenced rock and roll performers, best known for their acoustic guitar playing and close harmony singing, who had their greatest success in the 1950s.

    Don Everly was born Isaac Donald Everly February 1, 1937 in Brownie, a small coal-mining town (now defunct) near Central City, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Phil Everly was born Philip Everly January 19, 1939 in Chicago, Illinois. The sons of two Kentucky country musicians, Ike and Margaret Embry Everly, the Everly Brothers grew up performing with their parents on live radio and in small-market live shows.
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    Will Young

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