1959 – He was born on the 11th day of July this year in Woodbridge, New Jersey. 1970 – He began playing the guitar at the age of 14 following the death of guitar legend Jimi Hendrix. 1987 – Kramer put him out as a signature model. 1989 – He quit production ..
Michael ‘Mick’ Morris is an English guitarist/multi-instrumentalist. A member of the thriving 1960s music scene in south-east England, he was one of a circle of musicians in the Dover and Folkestone areas whose bands, though rivals, frequently swapped gigs, songs and, over the years, members! ♦ 1960s – Throughout the 60s, Mick’s bands (which included the original Dover-based Rolling Stones, Playboys and Take ..
1956 – Johnny Rotten was born John Joseph Lydon on the 31st of January in London, England. His parents were both Irish and he grew up in the Finsbury Park neighborhood with his three younger brothers. He is an English rock musician. He was the lead vocalist for the Sex Pistols and Public Image Ltd. ..
1943 – He was born on the 18th of December in Dart ford, Kent, England 1961 – Early this year he and Mick Jagger fell in together, they formed the rock band The Rolling Stones with Brian Jones. The band’s name came from a famous Muddy Waters song, "Rollin’ Stone". 1965 – He ..
1910 – He was born on the 23th day of January this year in Liberchies, Pont-à-Celles, Belgium. 1928 – He started first on the violin and eventually moved on to a banjo-guitar that had been given to him and his first known recordings. 1943 – He Django married Sophie Ziegler in Salbris, with ..
1942 – He was born on the 2nd day of March this year in Brooklyn, New York. 1963 – He moved to New York City, and began working as an in-house songwriter for Pickwick Records. 1964 – He scored a minor hit with "The Ostrich", a parody of then-popular dances. 1965 – ..
1945 – David ‘Noel’ Redding, born on the 25th of December in Folkestone, England. He was a rock & roll guitarist best known as the bassist for The Jimi Hendrix Experience. 1962 – At 17 years old he turned professional and toured in Scotland and Germany with Neil Landon and the Burnettes. 1966 – He was selected by ..
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1953 – Born on October 20th in Gainesville, Florida. Thomas Petty was an American singer and songwriter whose roots-oriented guitar rock arose from the new-wave movement of the late 1970s and resulted in a string of hit singles and albums. 1970 – Petty dropped out of high school in Florida to tour with his ..
US rockabilly singer and songwriter wrote and recorded song "Blue Suede Shoes" 1955 (released 1956 1st song to top rhythm and blues, pop, and country charts simultaneously) co-wrote autobiography "Go, Cat, Go!: The Life and Times of Carl Perkins, the King of Rockabilly" 1996 3.4 / 5 ( ..