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Chaka Khan Part Three

Chaka Khan Part Three

Chaka Khan Part Three

To me, it’s amazing to do Chaka Khan Part Three, and yet, It’s the last one of this series. I hope you enjoy it, and don’t you worry, I’ll be typing about her very soon.

Personal Life

Khan has actually been married two times and is the mother of two, daughter Indira Milini as well as a son Damien Holland. Her first marriage was to Hassan Khan, in 1970, when she was 17, which ended in divorce a short time later. Milini‘s birth was the outcome of a relationship between Khan  and also Rahsaan Morris.  Khan married her second husband, Richard Holland, in 1976. The marriage apparently caused rift between Khan and several members of Rufus, in particular, Andre Fischer. Holland wanted her to reduce her sexy stage i...

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Pat Benatar Part Three

Pat Benatar Part Three

Pat Benatar Part Three

It’s been a month in the making, but it’s here, Pat Benatar Part Three, is ready for you enjoyment. For I know it’s for mind, because I hand written, no, hand printing, with an orange juice can and paint spray gun. No I can’t can’t be violet, with a gun (for the children), so instead, it was a paint spray knife, for every word I spelled. So please enjoy, if not for you, then think of the orange juice with no can to swim in, and the paint that I used type with, which would be wasted had it not been for this blog.

Personal Life

Pat Benatar married her high school sweetheart Dennis Benatar at the age of 19 in 1972. The couple divorced in 1979. She has actually been married to her second husband, guitarist  Neil Giraldo, since 1982The...

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Cyndi Lauper Part Two

Cyndi Lauper Part Two

Cyndi Lauper Part Two

I’m now doing Cyndi Lauper Part Two, and I’m so happy to find more about her for you to read and listen to. I hope you like what you see, so you can tell your friends about.

1980 1982: Blue Angel

In 1978, Lauper met saxophone player John Turi through her manager Ted Rosenblatt. Turi and Lauper formed a band called Blue Angel as well as recorded a demo tape of original music. Steve Massarsky, manager of The Allman Brothers Band, heard the tape and also liked Lauper‘s voice. He bought Blue Angel‘s contract for $5,000 and became their manager.
Lauper received recording deals as a solo artist, however held out, desiring the band to be included in any kind of deal she made. Blue Angel was at some point signed by Polydo...

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Chaka Khan Part Two

Chaka Khan Part Two

Chaka Khan Part Two

I’m actually doing Chaka Khan Part Two, now, and I hoped you your reading now. I hope you stick around to to hear her album, and come back tomorrow for Part three.

1984 1996: Solo Success

In 1984, Khan released her sixth studio album, I Feel for YouThe title track, the very first single released, was originally written and recorded by Prince in 1979 as well as had also been recorded by The Pointer Sisters and also Rebbie Jackson. Khan‘s version included a harmonica solo by Stevie Wonder and an introductory rap by Grandmaster Melle Mel. It came to be million-selling hit in the U.S. as well as UK and also helped to relaunch Khan‘s career. I Feel for You topped not just the U.S. R&B and dance charts however achi...

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Pat Benatar Part Two

Pat Benatar Part Two

Pat Benatar Part Two

I’m happy to type, Pat Benatar Part Two, because you knew that I was going to do another one, after you you read the first one.

1982 1983: Precious Time, Get Nervous, And Live From Earth

In July 1981, her third LP, Precious Time was released. month later on, the album hit # 1 on the Billboard US Top 200 LP chart. It was also her very first to chart in the UK, reaching # 30. The album‘s lead single, Fire and Ice, (co-written by band member Scott Sheets) was another big hit (US # 17, AUS # 30) as well as won Benatar her second Grammy Award, this time around for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance of 1981 and also her third successive RIAA certified platinum album. In Canada it was certified double platinum and peak...

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Cyndi Lauper Part One

Cyndi Lauper Part One

Cyndi Lauper Part One

“Girls Just Want To Have Fun”, caught my attention, but her personality kept me as a fan, so I’m doing Cyndi Lauper Part One.

Cyndi Lauper


Cynthia Ann Stephanie Lauper (birthed June 22, 1953), referred to as Cyndi Lauper, is an American singer, songwriter, actress and also activist. Her career has actually covered over 40 years. Her album She‘s So Unusual (1983) was the very first debut album by a women musician to achieve four top-five hits on the Billboard Hot 100Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Time After Time, She Bopand All Through the Night and also earned Lauper the Best New Artist award at the 27th Grammy Awards in 1985. Her success continued with the soundtrack for the film The Goonies as w...

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Chaka Khan Part One

Chaka Khan Part One

 Chaka Khan Part One

I’m going “To Tell You Something Good”, because I’m doing Chaka Khan Part One, and that’s “Good”. I have an album on this blog, and that’s “Great”, with information about her, is even “Greater”.

Yvette Marie Stevens (birthed March 23, 1953), better known by her stage name Chaka Khan, is an American singer, songwriter and also musician. Her career has spanned virtually five decades, starting in the 1970s as the lead vocalist of the funk band Rufus. Khan got public attention for her vocals and image. Referred to as the Queen of Funk, Khan was the first R&B musician to have a crossover hit featuring a rapper, with I Feel for Youin 1984. Khan has actually won ten Grammys and also has sold an approximated 70 million records 

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Pat Benatar Part One

Pat Benatar Part One

Pat Benatar Part One

When I found that she was born in 1953, I knew I had to get here as soon as I could, and now I’m here with Pat Benatar Part One, I’m so happy.

Patricia Mae Giraldo (née Andrzejewski; birthed January 10, 1953), that goes by the stage name Pat Benatar, is an American singer, songwriter, actress, as well as four-time Grammy Award winner. She has two RIAA-certified multi-platinum albums, five platinum albums, three gold albums, and 15 Billboard Top 40 singles,  consisting of the Top 10 hits Hit Me with Your Best Shot, LoveIs a Battlefield, We Belong, andInvincible.
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Benatar performing in 2007

Birthed

Patricia Mae Andrzejewski

January 10, 1953 (age 66).

Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.

Spouses

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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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James Brown Part Five

James Brown Part Five

James Brown Part Five

James Brown Part Five

In this blog,James Brown Part Five, you’ll find the decline in his popularly, but he’s still The King Of Soul, so let’s read, and listen to James Brown, in James Brown Part Five

1975– 91: Decline and also renewal

Although his documents were essentials of the lead New York below ground nightclub scene exhibited by DJs such as David Mancuso as well as Francis Grasso from 1969 onwards, Brown did not knowingly accept the pattern till 1975’s Sex Machine Today. By 1977, he was no more a leading pressure in R&B...

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