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Marvin Gaye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... formed the vocal quartet The Marquees. [ 25 ] [ 26 ] The group performed in the D.C. area and soon began working with Bo Diddley , who assigned the group to Columbia subsi-diary OKeh Records after failure to get the group signed to his own ...


Maraca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... American musicians often play maracas at celebrations and special events. In rock and roll, they appear in many recordings. Bo Diddley wrote the song Bring it to Jerome about his maraca player, Jerome Green (who also played maracas for ...


Willie Dixon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... during the peak of Chess Records , 1950–1965, and performed by Muddy Waters , Howlin' Wolf , Little Walter , and Bo Diddley ; they influenced a worldwide generation of musicians. [ 3 ] Dixon also was an important link between the ...


B.B. King - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... 2000 , playing the part of the lead singer of the Louisiana Gator Boys, along with Clapton, Dr. John , Koko Taylor and Bo Diddley . King performed a version of "Chains & Things" with Carole King on his box set King of the Blues . ...


Buddy Holly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... or black singers . Holly indeed sometimes played with black musicians Little Richard and Chuck Berry , and incorporated the Bo Diddley beat in several songs. The Crickets were only the second white rock group to tour Great Britain [ ...


The Ed Sullivan Show - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... 3.4.1 The Supremes 3.4.2 Opportunity 3.5 The Muppets 3.6 Broadway 4 Mental illness program 5 Film clips 6 Controversies 6.1 Bo Diddley 6.2 Buddy Holly and the Crickets 6.3 Jackie Mason 6.4 Bob Dylan 6.5 The Doors 6.6 The Rolling Stones 7 ...


Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... The Everly Brothers , Judy Garland , Stéphane Grappelli , Buddy Holly , Charles Mingus , Oscar Peterson , Frank Zappa 1998 Bo Diddley , The Mills Brothers , Roy Orbison , Paul Robeson 1999 Johnny Cash , Sam Cooke , Otis Redding , Smokey ...


The Rolling Stones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... formed a garage band with Dick Taylor , mainly playing Muddy Waters , Chuck Berry , Little Richard , Howlin' Wolf and Bo Diddley material. [ 4 ] Jagger was reacquainted with Keith Richards in 1960 at Dartford railway station . [ 5 ] ...


Soul blues - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... music. Singers and musicians who grew up listening to the traditional electric blues of artists such as Muddy Waters , Bo Diddley , Jimmy Reed and Elmore James ; soul singers such as Sam Cooke , Ray Charles and Otis Redding ; and gospel ...


Ronnie Wood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... 1981; painted; and collaborated with a number of other artists, including Prince , Bob Dylan , David Bowie , Eric Clapton , Bo Diddley , Ringo Starr and Aretha Franklin . At the 1985 Live Aid Concert in Phi


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