The Bee Gees and Their Music

The Bee Gees, from top to bottom, Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb

One of the most famous groups of all time, the Bee Gees are a British-Australian group who catapulted into worldwide fame during the 1970s disco era. The Bee Gee’s sound can also be easily identified by their tight, famous three-vocal harmonies, with Barry’s falsetto becoming the band’s trademark. It is that kind … Read more

The Music and Legacy of Crosby, Stills and Nash

Crosby, Stills and Nash

The forming of Crosby, Stills and Nash Before the formation of Crosby, Stills and Nash, each of the members had belonged to their own famous group. Crosby had been a member of the Byrds as a singer-songwriter and guitarist; Stills had performed with Buffalo Springfield, also as a singer-songwriter and guitarist. And … Read more

Air Supply – Soft-Rock Masters

Air Supply

Introduction to Air Supply Air Supply is a soft rock duo consisting of Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock formed in 1975 in Melbourne, Australia. Early on they were considered a band with various musicians, but Russell & Hitchcock were always the key performers and eventually became a duo. Along with original member Chrissie … Read more

Aerosmith – One of the Greatest Rock ‘n Roll Bands

Aerosmith

Introduction to Aerosmith Aerosmith is a successful hard rock group out of Boston, MA. The group had 21 Top 40 hits from 1975 – 2001, 8 reached the top 10. “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing”was there only number 1 hit (4 weeks). They did however have 9 Mainstream Rock #1 … Read more

Introduction to ABBA

ABBA

From stars in their native Sweden, ABBA became a global pop culture phenomenon ABBA was a pop group from Stockholm, Sweden from the 70s music to 80s music era. Band members consisted of Anni-Frid (Frida) Lyngstad (vocals), Bjorn Ulvaeus (guitar), Benny Andersson (keyboards), and Agnetha Faltskog (vocals). The group had 14 US … Read more