Johnny Guitar Watson Real Name:John Jacob Watson Profile:Born: 3rd February 1935, Houston, Texas, USA. Died: 17th May 1996, Yokohama, Japan. Seminal electric blues & rhythm & blues guitarist of the mid-1950s, with hits like "Gangster Of Love". Performed with artists such as Little Richard and worked in synthesizer productions in the 1960s. In later years his work was a source for
Genre: Blues , Love, Latino
Kingo Hamada Profile:Japanese AOR Singer Songwriter Kingo Hamada Born - January 17, 1953, Tokyo, Shinjuku, Japan Member ofクラフト [Craft] Also Known As - 浜田金吾 [birth name], 濱田金吾 Genres - City Pop Albums Kingo Hamada - Fall In Love (1985) Kingo Hamada - Feel The Night (1981) Kingo Hamada - Gentle Travelin (1981) Kingo Hamada - Heart Cocktail (1985) Kingo Hamada - Manhattan In The Rain (1980) Kingo
Genre: Funk Soul Disco Jazz
OC Smith Real Name:Ocie Lee Smith Profile:Soul - Jazz singer Born: 21.06.1932, in Mansfield, Louisiana, U.S.A. Died: 23.11.2001, in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. His debut release was a cover of the Little Richard hit "Tutti Frutti" in December 1955. The song was not a hit, but convinced MGM Records to sign Smith to a solo contract, resulting in three more releases, but still no hits. In
Genre: Funk Soul Disco Jazz
Yasuhiro Abe Real Name: 安部恭弘 Profile:japanese singer-songwriter Albums 320KBS Hold Me Tight ‎(LP, Album) Express ETP-90222 1983 Slit ‎(LP) Express ETP-90307 1984 Moderato ‎(LP, Album) Express ETP-90274 1984 Frame Of Mind ‎(LP, Album) Express ETP-90358 1985 Tune Box - The Summer 1986 ‎(LP, Album) Express ETP-90412 1986 Urban Spirits Express 1987 Summertime In
Genre: Asian African Carribean
Kirsty MacColl Real Name: Kirsty Anna MacColl Profile: Kirsty MacColl (b.October 10, 1959, Croydon, South London, UK - d.December 19, 2000 in Cozumel, Mexico) was an English singer-songwriter. The daughter of folk singer Ewan MacColl and dancer Jean Newlove; sister of Hamish MacColl and half-sister to Kitty MacColl, Neill MacColl and Calum MacColl (of Liberty Horses). After a brief stint in 1978
Genre: Pop New Wave Dance
The Church Profile: Australian indie rock band formed in Canberra in 1980. Members: Ian Haug, Jay Dee Daugherty, Marty Willson-Piper, Nick Ward, Peter Koppes, Richard Ploog, Steve Kilbey, Tim Powles Variations: The Church Church The Church are an Australian psychedelic rock band formed in Sydney in 1980. Initially associated with new wave, neo-psychedelia and indie rock, their music later came
Genre: Rock Soft Melodic Aor Indie
Mac Davis Real Name: Mac Davis Profile: US Songwriter and born January 21, 1942 in Lubbock, Texas. He was responsible for one of the biggest hits of Elvis Presley "In The Ghetto", although he wrote that under the name of his son Scott, and "A Little Less Conversation". He was a profolic writer of songs a.o. for Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers and Bobby Goldsboro. Inducted into the Nashville
Genre: Country Guitars Western
Rick Cua Profile: Born December 3, 1948 in Syracuse, New York. Rick is an American Christian rock singer, songwriter, bassist, author, and ordained minister. He is a former member of the southern rock band Outlaws, whom he joined in 1980, but left in 1983 to pursue a full-time career in contemporary Christian music. 1982 - Koo'-ah - 00.37.07 01. Fly Me To Heaven 02. Spirit 03. The Rock Was
Genre: Rock Soft Melodic Aor Indie
Steve Cropper Real Name: Steven Lee Cropper Profile: American guitarist, songwriter, arranger and producer, born 21 October 1941 near Dora, Missouri. Founding member of both The Mar-Keys (originally named The Royal Spades) in the late 1950's, and Stax' in-house band Booker T & The MG's in the early 1960's. Was succesfully active for the label as an A&R manager, musician, one-time solo
Genre: Rock Soft Melodic Aor Indie