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Holdsworth innovative playing contributed to groups including Tempest, Soft Machine and the progressive rock band U. Their first album, 's classic "Believe It," introduced Holdsworth to American listeners. He first recorded in , with Carolyn Hester, which is when he met Bob Dylan. The title character of Bob Dylan's song "Mr. Tambourine Man" was inspired by Langhorne, who used to play a large Turkish frame drum in performances and recordings. His death is being investigated as a possible drug-related homicide.
Autograph got their first taste of success opening for Van Halen on their tour. Autograph keyboardist Steven Isham died December 9, , at the age of 56 after battling liver cancer.
Geils Band, has died at his home at the age of Geils formed the J. They released their debut album in and continued until their breakup in Geils also had an interest in auto racing and restoration. He opened KTR Motorsports, an automobile restoration shop in Carlisle, Massachusetts, to service and repair vintage sports cars such as Ferrari and Maserati.
He sold the shop in He also released several blues and jazz albums. Thomas was with Molly Hatchet from through during their meteoric rise to success. After Thomas quit the band, he was replaced by bassist Riff West. West died in Lead vocalist Danny Joe Brown died in Guitarist Duane Roland died in He performed on most of Cash's recordings from until Cash retired from active touring in When Tennessee Three guitarist Luther Perkins died in a tragic house fire in August , the role of lead guitarist was given to Carl Perkins , leading to a different sound for the band.
On September 17, , Cash was performing in Fayetteville, Arkansas, when an airline rainstorm delay left only Johnny Cash and drummer W. Wootton stunned the crowd, particularly Cash himself, with perfect renditions of every song. Within days, Cash asked Wootton to join the tour as the new lead guitarist. Wootton was also employed as a stunt double for Cash in various film and television appearances. He married singer Anita Carter, the sister of June Carter Cash, in , although the couple later divorced.
After leaving Cash's touring band, Wootton worked as a tour bus driver, including a stint for the Smashing Pumpkins. He also began recording with Cash's original drummer, W. Trans-Siberian Orchestra is known for their merging of rock, opera, classical music with laser light show and pyro effects to create over-the-top productions of Christmas-themed albums. Paul also worked with the rock band Savatage, releasing several albums with them, including titles such as Hall of the Mountain King , Gutter Ballet , Streets: A Rock Opera and Edge of Thorns Members of Savatage also formed the core of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.
Hamlin wrote "Angel Baby" when she was just The song was her only hit. The former Beatle covered the track for his Rock 'n' Roll covers LP; although left off that album, his version emerged on the posthumous release Menlove Ave. Shotton met Lennon when they were six and pupils at Dovedale Primary School. The two were so close that they were known around school as "Shennon and Lotton" or "Lotton and Shennon. Shotton was involved in two of the Beatles' most beloved songs. Further, Shotten was a frequent guest during Beatles recording sessions at Abbey Road Studios and played percussion on a few of their recordings.
In , Shotton wrote the book John Lennon: Hashian's drumming is heard on Boston's self-titled debut album, as well as on the follow-up Don't Look Back. He was involved in early production of the Third Stage album, but left when Masdea returned. After leaving Boston, Hashian sued Boston band leader Tom Scholz for back royalties and the two later settled out of court. Hashian was also the drummer for fellow Boston member Barry Goudreau's self-titled solo album which was released in He later owned a chain of tanning salons in Boston, as well as a small record shop.
He occasionally played gigs in the Boston area with former bandmates, including Goudreau, Fran Sheehan, and Brad Delp. Hashian died on March 22, , after collapsing while performing on board a cruise ship en route to Nassau, Bahamas. He was suffering from Alzheimer's Disease. Hunstein worked for Columbia Records from until the company eliminated the photography department in His most famous photograph, a photo of Bob Dylan and his then girlfriend Suze Rotolo , was taken on a winter's day on a frozen Greenwich Village, New York street.
Some of his photographs were published in book Keeping Time: The Photographs of Don Hunstein. Hunstein is survived by his wife, a son and daughter and three grandchildren.
Cotton began his professional career in the early s playing the blues harp in Howlin' Wolf 's band. In , he was recruited by Muddy Waters to come to Chicago and join his band. Cotton also worked in rock music. Early in his solo career, Cotton was an opening act for Janis Joplin. His first album for Verve was produced by Michael Bloomfield. He was nominated for Grammy Awards many times and scored 5 of the trophies for his lifetime's work.
Original drummer Leonard Haze died in She was 60 years old. Petersburg, Florida Valerie Carter February 5, - March 4, Valerie Carter, a talented singer-songwriter who had a successful solo career but is most remembered as a backup singer on numerous hit records, has died. She recorded with the band Howdy Moon in , and then worked with Lowell George as the producer for her two first solo albums. Carter released 4 solo studio albums, starting with 's Just a Stone's Throw Away, which included the cover single "O-o-h Child," which was used in the movie Over the Edge, starring Matt Dillon in his film debut.
In , she released a Japanese live album. Portland, Oregon Lyle Ritz January 10, - March 3, Lyle Ritz, a bassist who was one of a group of session musicians known as the "Wrecking Crew," has died at the age of In addition to playing the bass, he is also considered to be the "Father of the Jazz Ukulele.
Monrovia, California Jim Fuller June 27, - March 3, Jim Fuller, a co-founding member of the Surfaris whose lead guitar work is heard on the band's signature hit "Wipe Out," has died at the age of Ilene Berns was a pioneer in the music industry and became one of most successful female independent-label executives. Berns worked as a go-go dancer in New York City nightclubs before meeting her husband Bert Berns, the songwriter and record producer and founder of Bang Records.
Together they had three children Brett, Cassandra and Mark before Bert died of heart failure on December 30, Berns took over management of Bang Records when she was 24, shortly after the death of Bert Berns. Stubblefield was already playing drums professionally in his teenage years. He moved to Macon, Georgia to play with Otis Redding , who hailed from there.
In Macon, he performed with local soul acts, and was introduced to James Brown by a local club owner. Soon, he was invited to become a permanent member of his band. A's "Fuck tha Police" and Dr. Clyde Stubblefield died of kidney failure at a Madison, Wisconsin hospital. Alan Aldridge July 8, - February 17, Alan Aldridge, a British-born artist and graphic designer famous for his album covers and his association with the Beatles, has died.
He began his professional career designing science fiction book covers for Penguin books. In , he started his own graphic-design firm, INK, which became closely involved with graphic images for the Beatles and Apple Corps.
His work fills the bestselling book The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics. Another of his famous works is the picture book The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper Feast , which contains his series of illustrations of anthropomorphic insects and other creatures. He also designed the Hard Rock Cafe's iconic logo. Alwin Lopez Jarreau was born in Milwaukee on March 12, , into a musical family. His father was a minister, and his mother played the piano in church. Young Al began singing in the church choir at 4, harmonizing with his siblings.
As a youth he sang in church, as well as with street-corner harmony groups and local jazz bands. He went to college, earning a bachelor's degree in psychology in from Wisconsin's Ripon College, and then a master's degree in vocational rehabilitation for the University of Iowa.
He moved to San Francisco, starting a career as a rehabilitation counselor for people with disabilities.
In the late 's, he gave up this career and moved to Los Angeles and began to sing in clubs such as the Troubadour and the Bitter West End. He is also well remembered for singing the theme song of the lates television series Moonlighting.
He appeared on the show again in and in Jarreau won six Grammys, starting in , across three different categories: He was also among the performers on a Grammy-winning children's album, "In Harmony: A Sesame Street Record. In April , Geraci suffered a brain aneurysm and never fully recovered. His biggest hit, however, was as the singer for Climax; the band had a number 3 hit in with "Precious And Few". The song appeared on their debut album, "Climax featuring Sonny Geraci". Despite the success of the single, Geraci never released another album with Climax and the group disbanded in Intended as a comeback vehicle for Geraci, he was backed in the studio by Donnie Iris's band, The Cruisers.
He also sang as guest vocalist with the Grass Roots, filling in for his friend Rob Grill. The group's commercial peak was 's The Nature of the Beast, which went platinum on the strength of the huge hit single "Just Between You and Me. Wetton had his greatest commercial success with Asia. Mike "Taffy" Taylor , the vocalist for Quartz, died in Nicholls' worked on every Black Sabbath album from Heaven and Hell until 13 He was not considered a full member of the band until , and often played from the side of the stage when the band was on tour.
Nicholls' involvement with Black Sabbath ended when Adam Wakeman a member of Ozzy Osbourne's solo band was chosen to play keyboards during Sabbath's and Ozzfest tours. Scott Warren Dio handled keyboard duties on the Heaven and Hell tour. He played with the legendary band from their beginning until they broke up in Claude Hudson "Butch" Trucks was born in Jacksonville, Florida and began drumming in junior high school.
He played in two high school bands: Their musical collaborations eventually became the Allman Brothers Band. Trucks was one of the two drummers in the Allman Brothers Band. He worked alongside drummer and percussionist Jai "Jaimoe" Johnny Johanson. Trucks was married to Melinda Trucks for more than 40 years. The couple had two children. He had two other children from a previous marriage and four grandchildren.
Derek Trucks joined the Allman Brothers Band in In his later years, he toured clubs and was a frequent performer at the Bay Area Music "Bammy" Awards. Watts joined with Mick Ralphs in a blues-rock band the Buddies, which played in German clubs. They became Mott the Hoople after Ian Hunter joined in The band reached great commercial success in after David Bowie offered them the song "All the Young Dudes. The remaining members recruited Ray Major guitar and Nigel Benjamin vocals and abbreviated their name Mott.
Mott continued for two albums, then morphed into the band British Lions. By the early s, Watts was working as a producer, making albums with Department S and Hanoi Rocks, before leaving the music industry to become an antiques and memorabilia dealer.
Morrison was a producer, writer, keyboardist and vocalist for the funk band the Ohio Players in the early s, where he was involved in some of their major hits and the albums Pain, Pleasure, and Ecstasy. He was largely responsible for writing and arranging the band's hit single, "Funky Worm".
He released his last solo album, When the City, in The Roaches sang on "Was a Sunny Day. They also were featured on the Tonight Show in and released over a dozen albums. The Marcels are best known for their number 1 cover of "Blue Moon" in Today, Grant Thornton is the sixth largest accounting firm in the United States and has 58 offices nationwide with more than partners and 7, employees.
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