70s Music

Artist Profile: Pink Floyd

Formed in 1965 in London, Pink Floyd was a rock band that became popular from London’s underground music scene in…

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Artist Profile: Pete Townshend

Peter Dennis Blandford Townshend or popularly known as Pete Townshend was an English singer, guitarist, co-founder and leader of the…

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Diana Ross

Born on March 26, 1994. Diana Ross is one of the most successful American singers and artists of all time.…

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The 1970s: Rock vs. Disco

Introduction to Classic Rock The 1960s: Rock Music Comes of Age The 1970s: Rock vs. Disco The 1980s: John Lennon,…

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Introduction to GQ

  Introduction GQ was an American disco and R&B group who scored a handful of hits on the disco and…

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Con Funk Shun

Introduction Con Funk Shun is a funk and R&B band formed during the late 1960s. From a backup band, Con…

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Introduction to Celebration (featuring Mike Love)

Introduction Celebration was a short-lived group formed by Beach Boys’ Mike Love during the 70s music era, as his side…

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One-Hit Wonders: John and Ernest

Introduction John & Ernest were another of those “one hit wonder” acts, who scored short-termed popularity via the Top 40…

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Introduction to Jan Hammer

  Jan Hammer (born on April 17, 1948 in Prague) was a Czech composer, pianist and keyboardist known for his…

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Rock Legends: The Velvet Underground

Introduction The Velvet Underground is not some typical oldies music/classic rock group. They are one of the most influential rock…

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One-hit Wonders: Carl Douglas

Introduction Carl Douglas is an R&B and pop singer-songwriter, recording artist and “one hit wonder” from Jamaica known for his…

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One-hit Wonders: Wild Cherry

Introduction Wild Cherry was a funk rock group hailing from Ohio. They are known for their single “Play that Funky…

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The Short Life and Career of Minnie Riperton

Introduction Minnie Riperton is most known for her 70s music era-hit “Lovin’ You” which features her very’ high “whistle register”…

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One-hit wonders: M

Introduction M was a new wave/synth pop “group,” a one-man project of English singer and musician Robin Scott. M gained…

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One-hit wonders: The Weather Girls

The Weather Girls The Weather Girls are a female R&B and dance music duo originally consisting of Izora Armstead and…

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One hit wonders: Starland Vocal Band

Introduction Starland Vocal Band is a now-defunct American pop and country band, known for their biggest hit “Afternoon Delight” during…

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One-hit wonders: Shocking Blue

Introduction Shocking Blue is a now-defunct classic rock band from The Hague, Netherlands, known for their international hit single “Venus”during…

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Artists Profile: Chairmen of the Board

Introduction Chairmen of the Board was an American soul group mostly active during the 70s music era. Their famous hits…

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Artists Profile: Cate Brothers

Introduction to Cate Brothers Oldies music fans will probably recognize the Cate Brothers. Consisting of twin brothers Earl and Ernest…

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Artist Biography: C.J. and Company

Introduction American disco group C.J. and Company achieved recognition for their disco hit “Devil’s Gun”  which peaked at #36 on…

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Artist Biography: Bram Tchaikovsky

Introduction Oldies music fans — especially classic rock enthusiasts in particular — may instantly remember Bram Tchaikovsky and his eponymous…

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Artist Biography: Brass Construction

Introduction Brass Construction is a now-defunct Brooklyn-based funk group formed in 1968. During the mid-70s music era they achieved a…

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Artist Biography: Brewer & Shipley

  Introduction Mike Brewer and Tom Shipley are members of the folk duo Brewer & Shipley who are known for…

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Artist Biography: Barry de Vorzon & Perry Botkin Jr.

Introduction Barry De Vorzon (born in 1934) and Perry Botkin Jr. (born in 1933) are American composers and producers, both…

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Artist Biography: The Bellamy Brothers

Introduction The Bellamy Brothers are an American pop and country duo who reached the peak of their career during 70’s…

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Artist Biography: The Guess Who

Introduction: Early beginnings and becoming stars in their native Canada The beginnings of The Guess Who hail back as far…

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One-Hit Wonders: Bull and the Matadors

Introduction Bull and the Matadors are a defunct American funk band from Illinois, known for their 60s music era-hit single…

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Boomer Castleman: One-Hit Wonder and Inventor

Introduction Boomer Castleman (1945-2015) was an American singer, songwriter, guitarist, record producer and inventor hailing from Texas. Oldies music fans…

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Burton Cummings’ Successful Musical Journey

Introduction Early life and start in the music business Singer-songwriter and musician Burton Cummings was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada…

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The Life and Music of Billy “Crash” Craddock

Introduction Billy Craddock’s early musical career Known for his biggest hit “Rub It In” in 1974, American country and rockabilly…

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Alicia Bridges and Her Hit “I Love the Nightlife (Disco ‘Round)”

Introduction Oldies music fans will remember Alicia Bridges is the singer best known for her worldwide disco hit “I Love…

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The Life and Music of Gene Cotton

Introduction Gene Cotton was an American pop/folk singer and songwriter born  in Columbus, Ohio in 1944  but later moved to…

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Brick and Their Disco Hit “Dazz”

Introduction Consisting of Jimmy Brown, Regi Hargis Hickman, Ray Ransom and Eddie Irons, Brick is an American funk/R&B, disco group…

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The Short Life and Music Career of Bobby Bloom

Introduction for Bobby Bloom Former member of a doo-wop group The Imaginations in the early 1960’s, Bobby Bloom was born…

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James Brown and His Backing Group The JB’s

Introduction to The JB’s The JB’s (also billed under the names The J.B.s, The James Brown Soul Train, Maceo and…

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The Music of April Wine

Introduction to April Wine April Wine is a Canadian classic rock band from Halifax, Nova Scotia, featuring the singing and…

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Delaney & Bonnie

Introduction to Delaney & Bonnie Delaney & Bonnie were an American husband-and-wife duo Delaney Bramlett (born in 1939 – died…

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Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band

Introduction Studio 54 fixtures during the 70s music era, Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band was a disco musical ensemble formed…

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The Music of Edison Lighthouse

Introduction to Edison Lighthouse Edison Lighthouse is a British pop music group, formed by record producers Tony Macaulay and Barry…

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One-Hit Wonders: Brighter Side of Darkness

Introduction Brighter Side of Darkness is now a defunct American R&B and soul group whose way to their brief fame…

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The Funk Music of Bloodstone

Introduction to Bloodstone Bloodstone is a American funk/R&B/soul act formed in Kansas City, Missouri during the early 1960s. Led by…

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The Music of the “Philly Soul” Group, Blue Magic

Introduction to Blue Magic Blue Magic is the name of one of the best-known Philly soul groups during the 70s…

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B.T. Express, Funk and Soul Group in the 1970s

Introduction B.T. Express was one of the funk/disco/soul acts who enjoyed a string of hits during the 70s music era.…

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The Music Career of Dean Friedman

Introduction to Dean Friedman Dean Friedman (born in 1955 in Paramus, New Jersey) is an American singer-songwriter best remembered for…

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Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band

Introduction to Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band Dennis Coffey (born Dennis James Coffey in Detroit, Michigan in 1940)…

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Disco-Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes

Introduction to Disco-Tex and his Sex-O-Lettes Disco-Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes were founded by the flamboyant musician and performer Sir Monti…

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The Story and Music of Dave Edmunds

Introduction to Dave Edmunds Dave Edmunds (born David William Edmunds in 1944) is a Welsh/British guitarist, singer and record producer.…

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The Story and Music of The DeFranco Family (featuring Tony DeFranco)

Introduction The DeFranco Family featuring Tony DeFranco were a Canadian family of Italian heritage and a 1970s pop group hailing…

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The Babys – Their History and Hits

Introduction The Babys is a British hard rock band that was active from 1975-1981. The band originally consisted of John…

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Climax and Their Only Hit “Precious and Few”

Who is Climax? Climax is a now-defunct American pop and classic rock band formed during the 70s music era. The…

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One-Hit Wonders: Cymarron

Introduction: Cymarron is a now-defunct American soft rock band from the 70s music era. They achieved momentary fame through their…

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One-Hit Wonders: Crabby Appleton

Introduction: Crabby Appleton is a now-defunct American pop-rock band from Los Angeles, California. Singer-songwriter Michael Fennelly (formerly of Millennium) founded…

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The Story and Music of Crystal Gayle

Introduction to Crystal Gayle Crystal Gayle (born Brenda Gail Webb in 1951) is an American country and pop singer-songwriter whose…

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Introduction to City Boy

Introduction: City Boy was a classic rock band originating from Birmingham, England. The band was known for their only US…

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Charlie Daniels and The Charlie Daniels Band

  Introduction The Charlie Daniels Band is an American country and southern rock band fronted by (who else?) Charlie Daniels…

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Carl Carlton and His Hit “Everlasting Love”

Introduction: Carl Carlton is an American artist who sings R&B, soul and funk. Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1953, he…

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Blue Swede and Their Hit Version of “Hooked on a Feeling”

Introduction Blue Swede is a short-lived Swedish classic rock and pop band hailing from Stockholm. They achieved fame via their…

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Blues Image and Their Only Hit “Ride Captain Ride”

Introduction Blues Image is a US classic rock band hailing from Tampa, Florida in the mid-1960s. Founded by Mike Pinera,…

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Introduction to Rick Derringer

  Introduction: Rick Derringer (born Richard Zehringer in 1947) is an American singer and guitarist, specializing on classic rock and…

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Introduction to Rickie Lee Jones

Introduction: Rickie Lee Jones is an American singer-songwriter, musician and producer who covered many genres such as R&B, pop, soul…

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The Story of Cliff DeYoung, Actor and Singer

Introduction to Cliff DeYoung Cliff DeYoung (born Clifford Tobin DeYoung in 1945) is an American actor, singer and musician, having…

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Les Crane and His Hit Spoken Record “Desiderata”

Introduction to Les Crane Les Crane (1933-2008) was an American radio disc jockey, television personality, and a one-time recording artist,…

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The Story and Career of Actress-Singer Cheryl Ladd

Introduction to Cherry Ladd Cheryl Ladd is an American actress and singer who became famous in 1970s for her role…

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Yes: Progressive Rock and Classic Rock Legends

Introduction to Yes Yes is one of the most successful and influential progressive rock/classic rock bands to have ever emerged…

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One-Hit Wonders Ashton, Gardner and Dyke

Introduction to Ashton, Gardner and Dyke Ashton, Gardner And Dyke were formed in 1969, consisting of Tony Ashton (vocals and…

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Ashford and Simpson, the Husband and Wife Music Duo

Introduction to Ashford and Simpson Ashford & Simpson are a husband, Nickolas “Nick” Ashford (5/4/1942 – 8/22/2011) & wife, Valerie…

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The Short Music Career of Bell and James

Introduction to Bell & James Bell and James were an American duo hailing form Philadelphia, Pennsylvannia.  LeRoy Bell and Casey…

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Love Unlimited Orchestra and Their Hit “Love’s Theme”

Introduction to Love Unliimted Orchestra Singer Barry White and the all-girl trio Love Unlimited’s own backing band, The Love Unlimited…

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The Story and Music of The First Class

Introduction to The First Class The First Class was a studio project for singer-songwriter John Carter, formed in the UK.…

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The Life and Music of Singer-Songwriter Tom T. Hall

  Introduction to Tom T. Hall Thomas “Tom T.” Hall (born in 1936 in Olive Hill, Kentucky) is a Grammy…

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The Delegates and Their Novelty Hit “Convention ’72”

Introduction to The Delegates The Delegates were a one hit wonder “group” from the 70s music era formed in Pittsburgh,…

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The Independents and Their Hit “Leaving Me”

Introduction to The Independents The Independents were a R&B vocal group in the 70s music era, originating from Chicago, Illinois.…

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The Story and Music of the R&B and Soul Group, The Honey Cone

Introduction to The Honey Cone The Honey Cone was a late 60s to early 70s music era all-girl R&B group…

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The Hillside Singers with “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing”

Introduction to The Hillside Singers 70s music era folk group and one hit wonders The Hillside Singers were originally assembled…

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The Glass Bottle – “I Ain’t Got Time Anymore”

Introduction to The Glass Bottle The Glass Bottle was a now-defunct contemporary rock and pop group who rose fleetingly in…

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The Flaming Ember

Introduction to The Flaming Ember The Flaming Ember was one of the few white soul bands to figure on the…

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The History of Elton John: Classic Rock’s Piano Man

Sir Elton John Sir Elton Hercules John was born Reginald Kenneth Dwight on March 25, 1947 in Pinner, Middlesex, London,…

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The Music of The Bells

Introduction to The Bells The Bells were a late 60s to early 70s music era Canadian rock band formed in…

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The Life and Music of The Assembled Multitude

Introduction to The Assembled Multitude The Assembled Multitude was a 70s music era act and the brainchild of the late…

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Classic Rock Profiles: Richie Furay

Introduction to Richie Furay Richie Furay is an American singer and songwriter who was part of the legendary 60s rock…

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The Life and Music of Ronnie Dyson

Introduction to Ronnie Dyson Ronnie Dyson was an American singer and actor, best known for his 1970 Top 10 single…

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Paul Humphrey and the Cool Aid Chemists

Introduction to Paul Humphrey and the Cool Aid Chemists Paul Humphrey (born Paul Nelson Humphrey on October 12, 1935 in…

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Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots and Their Disco Novelty Hit “Disco Duck”

Introduction to Rick Dees and his Cast of Idiots Rigdon Osmond “Rick” Dees III is an American radio and comic…

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Norman Greenbaum and His Classic Rock Hit “Spirit in the Sky”

Introduction to Norman Greenbaum Norman Greenbaum is an American rock singer-songwriter best known for his 1970 hit “Spirit in the…

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Manu Dibango and His Worldwide Hit “Soul Makossa”

  Introduction to Manu Dibango Manu Dibango is a jazz saxophonist and vibraphonist hailing from Africa’s French Cameroon.  An only…

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Love and Kisses and Their Momentary Disco Success

Introduction to Love & Kisses Love and Kisses is the name of the disco group founded by French singer Alec…

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The Short-Lived Career of Liz Damon’s Orient Express

Introduction to Liz Damon’s Orient Express Liz Damon’s Orient Express was an American easy-listening and international music band originating in…

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The Story and Music of Leon Haywood

Introduction to Leon Haywood Leon Haywood (born in 1942 in Houston, Texas) is an American funk/soul singer-songwriter and keyboardist, as…

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The Short Music Career of LeBlanc and Carr

Introduction to Leblanc and Carr Good friends Lenny LeBlanc and Pete Carr were billed as LeBlanc and Carr, best known…

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The Story and Music of Larry Groce

Introduction to Larry Groce Larry Groce (born in 1948, in Dallas, Texas) is an American singer-songwriter and now is a…

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Lady Flash – From Back-Up Vocalists to Recording Stars

Introduction to Lady Flash The vocal trio, called Lady Flash, were created as a backing  group for Barry Manilow in…

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The Story and Music of Lamont Dozier

Introduction to Lamont Dozier Lamont Dozier (born in 1941 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American songwriter, record producer and a…

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The Story and Music of Jimmy “Bo” Horne

Introduction to Jimmy “Bo” Horne Jimmy “Bo” Horne (born in 1949 in West Palm Beach, Florida) is an American singer…

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Husband-and-Wife Musicians Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan

Introduction to Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan are a husband-and-wife country music duo known for…

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The Short-Lived Career of Ironhorse

Introduction to Iron Horse Ironhorse was a Canadian rock band formed in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1979, by Randy Bachman…

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Classic Rock’s One-Hit Wonders: Hotlegs

Introduction to Hotlegs Hotlegs were an English pop/rock band who appeared fleetingly with a hit called “Neanderthal Man” in 1970.…

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The Music of the Hudson Brothers

Introduction to Hudson Brothers The Hudson Brothers were 70s music era pop group from Portland, Oregon. They consisted of Bill…

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Henry Gross and His Hit “Shannon”

Introduction to Henry Gross Henry Gross (born in 1951 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American singer and songwriter who…

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The Music of Five Man Electrical Band

Introduction to Five Man Electrical Band Five Man Electrical Band is a Canadian rock band who is best known for…

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The Story and Music of Freddy Fender

Introduction to Freddy Fender Freddy Fender (born Baldemar Garza Huerta in 1937 – died in 2006) was a Mexican-American singer…

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Introduction to Gonzalez

Career summary Gonzalez was a British band, specializing on R&B and funk. Personnel change occurred too frequently and amounted to…

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The Music of George Baker Selection

  Introduction to George Baker Selection The 70s music group George Baker Selection was led by Dutch singer, guitarist, pianist…

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The Music of Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids

Introduction to Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids were a parody rock n’ roll…

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Classic Rock Profiles: Introduction to Ambrosia

Introduction Ambrosia is an American rock band from Southern California formed in 1970 and originally consisting of Joe Puerta, David…

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One-Hit Wonders Alive N Kickin’

Introduction Alive N Kickin’ (aka Alive and Kicking & Alive’N Kickin’) were a one hit wonder band out of Brooklyn,…

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The Chakachas – “Jungle Fever”

Who are the Chakachas? The Chakachas were a group of studio musicians based in Belgium, first appearing the in the…

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Introduction to Yvonne Elliman

Introduction Yvonne Elliman (born Yvonne Marianne Elliman in 1951) is an American singer who rose to fame through her song…

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The Music of L.T.D.

Introduction to L.T.D. L.T.D. is a North Carolina-originated R&B/funk group who are known for their hits such as “Love Ballad,”…

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Biography of France Joli

Short career summary Montreal, Quebec native France Joli is a singer best remembered for the disco favorite “Come to Me.”…

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Evelyn “Champagne” King – “Shame”

Introduction to Evelyn “Champagne” King Evelyn “Champagne” King is an American disco/dance and R&B singer. Discovered while working as an…

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Introduction to Firefall

Firefall was once big in the 1970s charts with “You Are The Woman”…. Firefall is the name of an American…

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Who are the Three Degrees?

Formation and early days The all-girl vocal group trio The Three Degrees was the brainchild of producer and songwriter Richard…

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Introduction to Steely Dan

Donald Fagen and Walter Becker – the core of Steely Dan Donald Fagen and Walter Becker first met while attending…

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History of Eric Clapton

Introduction to “Slowhand” Eric Clapton has been considered one of the greatest axemen of all time. He had been with…

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Little Sister – “You’re The One”

Introduction to Little Sister Little Sister is the name of the short-lived R&B vocal harmony trio. It was formed by…

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One-hit wonders High Inergy and their hit “You Can’t Turn Me Off (In the Middle of Turning Me On)”

Introduction to High Inergy High Inergy were a 1970s all-girl R&B/soul/disco quartet. They consisted of sisters Vernessa and Barbara Mitchell,…

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Introduction to Black Sabbath

Formation of Black Sabbath One of the most famous heavy metal bands was formed in Birmingham, England in the late…

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Introduction to Vicki Lawrence

Who is Vicki Lawrence? Born Vicki Anne Axelrad, Vicki Lawrence is an Emmy-winning actress, comedienne, and singer, mostly known by…

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Introduction to Cheryl Lynn

Who is Cheryl Lynn? Cheryl Lynn is an American singer who is popularly known for her 1978 disco hit “Got…

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Biography of Meat Loaf

Early life and showbiz career Meat Loaf is Marvin Lee Aday in real life. He was born on September 27,…

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Frijid Pink – “The House of the Rising Sun”

Who is Frijid Pink? Frijid Pink is an American psychedelic/blues rock, formed in 1967. Their first two singles on Parrot…

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Introduction to Foxy

Career summary Foxy was a dance/disco/Latin music group consisting of singer/guitarist/front man Ish Ledesma, Richie Puente (percussions; he was the…

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David Geddes – “Run, Joey, Run”

Introduction to David Geddes David Geddes is a singer and sometime drummer/vocalist of the band The Fredric (who were alternately…

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Rick James, the Father of Punk Funk

Introduction to Rick James Rick James was an American singer-songwriter, produder and musician who popularized funk music particularly in the…

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Norman Connors – “You Are My Starship”

Short introduction to Norman Connors Norman Connors is a noted American jazz drummer. Among the several R&B hits that have…

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History of Blondie

The band’s career at a glance Blondie is an American punk/new wave band, formed in New York City in 1974.…

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First Choice – “Armed and Extremely Dangerous” & “Doctor Love”

Short introduction First Choice were an American all-female vocal trio in 1971. They were a group with a lot of…

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King Harvest – “Dancing in the Moonlight”

American rock band King Harvest goes down to history as one of the countless one-hit wonders (despite the second and…

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King Floyd – “Groove Me”

Introduction to King Floyd King Floyd was an American soul and funk singer and songwriter. After his time in the…

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The Detroit Emeralds – “Feel the Need in Me”

Introduction The Detroit Emeralds were an American R&B vocal group, who had undergone several lineup changes. Their first real hit…

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Jimmy Castor – “Troglodyte”

Introduction to Jimmy Castor Jimmy Castor (1940-2012) was a former singer and funk/pop saxophonist. Castor’s first solo hit as a…

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The Life and Music of William DeVaughn

Introduction to William DeVaughn William DeVaughn is an American R&B singer-songwriter and musician, a government employee who hit it big…

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The Buoys – “Timothy”

Brief introduction to the Buoys The Buoys were a short-lived American group who had garnered only one major hit, “Timothy.”…

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Latimore – “Let’s Straighten It Out”

Introduction to Latimore Latimore, the professional and family name of Benjamin Latimore, is an American R&B singer, pianist and songwriter…

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Teri DeSario – A One-Hit Wonder

Introduction to Teri DeSario Teri DeSario is an American singer-songwriter whose single “Yes I’m Ready” almost topped the Billboard pop…

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Sammy Johns – “Chevy Van”

Introduction to Sammy Johns Although singer-songwriter Sammy Johns penned hit songs for other artists, he is best known for his…

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Introduction to Sly and the Family Stone

Sly Stone’s early life and formation of his band Sly Stone was born Sylvester Stewart in 1944 in Denton, Texas…

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Introduction to the Whispers

Starting on R&B and soul R&B/soul/dance vocal group The Whispers formed in Watts, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California in…

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Introduction to Orleans

Formation and early days Pop/soft rock group Orleans formed in New York City, New York in the early 1970s. The…

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Biography of Jackson Browne

A little bit something about Jackson Browne Jackson Browne is an American folk and country singer-songwriter who has seen prominence…

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Introduction to Boston

First, a little bit something about Boston… Formed by MIT grad Tom Scholz in the 1970s, Boston once held the…

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Biography of Bob Marley

Introduction to the reggae legend The late Bob Marley (1945-1981) is one of Jamaica’s greatest treasures. He was a singer,…

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Cyndi Grecco Sings the Theme Song for “Laverne & Shirley”

Short career summary on Cyndi Grecco A one-hit wonder artist, Cyndi Grecco achieved fleeting fame in the 1970s. Her most-remembered…

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History of Kiss

The band’s career in a summary Kiss is an American hard rock band, famously identified for the black-and-white makeups on…

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Introduction to Brownsville Station

Get to know the band at a glance Brownsville Station is a Michigan rock and roll band that was popular…

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Barbara Fairchild – “Teddy Bear Song”

A short introduction on Barbara Fairchild Barbara Fairchild is a country and gospel singer, most popularly known for her only…

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Frederick Knight – a One Hit Wonder with “I’ve Been Lonely for So Long”

Short introduction to Frederick Knight One-hit wonder Frederick Knight had a significant hit with “I’ve Been Lonely For So Long”…

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El Chicano – “Viva Tirado”

Who are El Chicano? El Chicano are an American music group formed in the 1970s, whose repertoire include chicano rock…

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Kiki Dee – “I’ve Got the Music in Me”

Introduction to Kiki Dee Kiki Dee (born Pauline Matthews in 1947) is a British singer. In the US, Dee became…

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Introduction to Laura Lee

 Who is Laura Lee? Laura Lee is an American R&B/soul/gospel singer-songwriter. Her songs, especially during the 1960s and the 1970s,…

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Instant Funk – “I Got My Mind Made Up (You Can Get It Girl)”

Short introduction to Instant Funk were a funk and disco group, formed in the 1970s. Intially they performed as back-up…

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8th Day – “She’s Not Just Another Woman”

Introduction to 8th Day 8th Day was a 1970s American R&B group, actually put up together by the Motown songwriting…

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Stephen Bishop – “On and On”

Introduction to Stephen Bishop Stephen Bishop (born in San Diego, California, 1951) is an American singer-songwriter, musician and actor, whose…

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The Crusaders – “Street Life”

Introduction to the Crusaders The Crusaders are a group of musicians who are distinctively versatile — having their roots in…

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Introduction to Love Unlimited

Who was Love Unlimited? Love Unlimited was an R&B vocal group formed by Barry White. The all-girl trio (which comprised…

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Who is Lobo?

Introduction Lobo is a singer-songwriter born in Tallahassee, Florida. Starting his career playing with numerous bands like the Rumors (which…

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Classic Rock Profiles: Introduction to Kansas

  Kansas at a glance Kansas is the name of an American rock band, most popular and active throughout the…

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History of John Lennon, One of Classic Rock’s Icons

John Lennon – A Rock Icon John Lennon was an English musician, writer and artist, belonging to one of the…

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Five Flights Up – “Do What You Wanna Do”

Short introduction to Five Flights Up Five Flights Up was an American R&B quintet, virtually coming down to history as…

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Gloria Gaynor – The Queen of Disco

Gloria Gaynor is an American and former disco singer, best known for the massively famous disco hit “I Will Survive.”…

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Classic Rock Profiles: Mott the Hoople

Formation as the Doc Thomas Group and as Silence Mott the Hoople’s origins hark back to Herefordshire, England during the…

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History of The Jackson Five

Introduction to one of the greatest pop/R&B groups The Jackson Five (The Jackson 5, or the Jacksons) are an American…

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Classic Rock Profiles: History of Ramones

  Formation of the band, stint at CBGB, and first album In 1974, the group that would be the Ramones…

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Brotherhood of Man – UK Star Popsters in the 1970s

The Brotherhood Of Man are a British pop group formed 1969 by songwriter and producer Tony Hiller. Their first single…

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Hot Butter – “Popcorn”

Introduction to Hot Butter: Hot Butter was an instrumental cover band playing in the pop and easy listening genre in…

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Jean Knight – “Mr. Big Stuff”

Jean Knight’s short career summary Known for her huge hit single “Mr. Big Stuff,” Grammy-nominated soul and funk singer Jean…

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Polly Brown – “Up in a Puff of Smoke”

Introduction to Polly Brown Polly Brown (sometimes spelled Browne) is a British singer known for her 1975 US Top 20…

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5000 Volts – “I’m on Fire”

Introduction to the 5000 Volts 5000 Volts were a British R&B/dance group formed in London in 1974. Their single “I’m…

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Introduction to Paul Davis

Paul Davis life and music at a glance The late Paul Davis was an American singer-songwriter and musician. He achieved…

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Classic Rock Profiles: Introduction to Steve Miller Band

Steve Miller’s early life and formation of his own band Steve Miller was born on October 5, 1943 in Milwaukee,…

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History of Blue Oyster Cult

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