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1956 Musical Birth And Death

1956 Musical Birth And Death

1956 Musical Birth And Death

Well it’s another year, for my website and I, which doesn’t surprise you, for you read the title of this blog 1956 Musical Birth And Death. I’m in 1956 and you’re in 2019, and one day, I might catch up with you (or not), however, I believe I’m in a better year for music than you. The object to these blogs is show you in oder, when my favorites performers and singers were born, and do their life stories. However, I’m not fake, I only do my favorite from this list, but you can see who you might like on here as well. Who do I like, well their in blue, and the ones I’m doing on my website is also in bold, so I’m getting ready for my latest bio, So I’ll be back soon.

Births

  • January 1 – Martin Plaza, Australian singer-songwriter and ...
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1955 Birth And Death

1955 Birth And Death

1955 Birth And Death

I’m here on a new date and new blog, called 1955 Birth And Death. Now this is surprising to me, for this year, I don’t have anyone that I like. From 1909 to 1954, I have at least one bio and an album of my favorite performer and singer. I’ll have to try something different for this year. Before I post this. blog, I’m going to make sure I have an album for this year, which I do, in fact, I have two from iTunes, but I’m going to rely on my CD’s as well.

Births

  1. January 3 – Helen O’Hara, British rock violinist (Dexys Midnight Runners)
  2. January 4 – Mark Hollis, English rock singer-songwriter (Talk Talk) (d. 2019)
  3. January 8 – Mike Reno, Canadian rock drummer and lead singer (Loverboy and Moxy
  4. January 13
    • Trevor Rabin, rock guitarist and vocalist (...
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1954 Life And Death

1954 Life And Death

1954 Life And Death

After a month away from my website, and drinking out all night drinking Chocolate syrup, straight with no marshmallows. Yes I know that could lend to the road of  shame and wonderments, that’s why I didn’t have anything that read “diet” on my health food diet plan. I’m still thiner than those that eat vegetables, so it’s ba good thing that I eat and drink healthy. I’m now sober, for I do have marshmallows in my Chocolate syrup, which I have in a glass, and stopped drinking it from the bottle. I also throw in some sugar cubes in for health reasons, my doctor says I shouldn’t have caffeine, because I’m too hyper now, however he never mentioned about sugar cubes, so I’m safe, until next visit, in twelve months.

Now back to this blog 1954 Life And Death...

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David Ruffin Part Two

David Ruffin Part Two

David Ruffin Part Two

I can’t believe I never completed this blog until now, but I’m glad I did, because I have a special album, for this blog, so read David Ruffin Part Two first.

Personal Life

Ruffin was married two times. His first marriage was to Sandra Barnes in 1961, with whom he had three daughters, Cheryl, Nedra and also Kimberly. He also had one son with his long-term girlfriendGenna Sapia, whom he met in 1964. Genna claimed that considering that she really did not know whether David was coming or going (as a result of the well-publicized affair with Motown associate (and also Marvin Gaye duet partner Tammi Terrell), she named the baby David E. Sapia.  Later on, David changed his son‘s name to David Eli Ruffin, Jr. The three liv...

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1953 Births And Deaths

1953 Births And Deaths

1953 Births And Deaths

I’m now in a new year for me, and your still in my furniture, with 1953 Births And Deaths. This time is different than before, I’m doing three new performers, on my website, but one of my favorite performers died this year, and that’s a first for my website. I’ll have to grieve later, and move on to this blog.

1953 Births

January 

  1. January 6Malcolm Young, rock musician (AC/DC) (d. 2017)
  2. January 10Pat Benatar, singer (“Hit Me with Your Best Shot” etc.)
  3. January 21Glenn Kaiser, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Resurrection Band)
  4. January 23Robin Zander, rock musician (Cheap Trick)
  5. January 26Lucinda Williams, singer
  6. January 29
    • Louie Perez (Los Lobos)
    • Teresa Teng, singer

February

  1. February 3Joëlle, singer...
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Buck Owens Part Five

Buck Owens Part Five

Buck Owens Part Five

Buck Owens Part Five

This is farewell to Buck Owens for awhile, in Buck Owens Part Five, I want you to know, that closing a blog series is truly death to me, but I will open it up again when I find something new about them. being that theirs five blogs of Buck Owens, that means five albums, so you can always come back for that. Without further ado, here’s Buck Owens Part Five, please enjoy.

Death

Dollar Owens passed away in his rest of an obvious cardiac arrest on March 25, 2006, just hrs after executing at his Crystal Palace dining establishment, club and also gallery in Bakersfield...

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Legendary Bo Diddley Part Four

Legendary Bo Diddley Part Four

The Legionary Bo Diddley Part Four

The Legionary Bo Diddley Part Four

In Legendary Bo Diddley Part Four, I have to type about one of my heroes in the music industry, which is sad, but, that also means that I can have another album of him which is good. Let’s read and hear both and see if you agree with both. This blog, Legendary Bo Diddley Part Four, will focus on his death, only, so I hope you can bear up and take it. I know you can, but it’s hard for me to type only about death when I value life. Legendary Bo Diddley Part Four, will end this chapter, but I will continue to type about Bo Diddley in the future.

 

Death

Bo Diddley passed away on June 2, 2008, of cardiac arrest at his house in Archer, Florida...

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Della Reese Is A Passing Of An Angle

Della Reese Is A Passing Of An Angle

Della Reese Is A Passing Of An Angle

Della Reese Is A Passing Of An Angle

It’s true Della Reese Is A Passing Of An Angle. but Della Reese is important to me to text about. I’m not her biggest fan but I’m still a fan. I started watching “Tough By An Angle”, with My Mom, until her passing, She liked it and I started to like Della Reese. I have some of her albums,, which you’ll see here. It’s a shock to know someone you know died, even if I didn’t know Della Reese personally, I did know of her and it’s still a shock. One moment I was watching her on a TV Show and now there’s nothing of her except for her albums (which I’ll upload here on my website), films, and her TV Shows which I’ll type about soon), that I can be closer to her.

I wish I had done more blogs of Della Reese, then I wo...

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The Aftermath Of Glen Campbell

The Aftermath Of Glen Campbell

I’m sure that other websites have glorified Glen Campbell’s death, even though they haven’t written anything about him other then recently, his Alzheimer’s, but not about his music for a long time. I may not know everything about Glen Campbell, but I gave him the respect not to type about him for a whole week. In fact, I wasn’t on my website at all, and out of respect, to Glen Campbell, I gave him time to rest and peace.

Even though I have nothing to new to type about Glen Campbell, I’m still going to remember him on my website and upload more of his albums. This isn’t my way of glorifying Glen Campbell’s death, I’m not that cold hearted to do so. It’s not just Glen Campbell, that I’ll be doing this, it’s everyone that I been mentioning so far...

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Chuck Berry’s Death

After this long week of not blogging, I started thinking about what I didn’t do with Chuck Berry’s death like I did with Glen Campbell. I have more more interest in Chuck Berry than Glen Campbell, because I like Chuck Berry and he got me into Rock’N’roll in the first place, but I wasn’t doing the 1920’s at that time. Chuck Berry was born in October 18,1926, and at the time I was in the 1930’s, I did the 1920’s later. I’m only going to do performers and singers that I like and for now, it’s only the ones that either were born or started their career from 1920’s to 1942, so I’ll continue with only what I have done so far, and what I chose from now on, and no one else.

that’s only one reason, the second is I started my website after Chuck Berry died, and I’m only going to celebrate birthdays ...

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