He learned to play with his teeth because he saw other people doing it and he did not want to be upstaged. His first recording was in 1964 with the Isley brothers on a single called “Testify.” Early in 1966 Jimi Hendrix met Linda Keith in a club on Broadway on 53rd Street. She told him about a man named Chas Chandler who was looking for talent to manage and produce. Chandler helped Jimi form a new band called The Jimi Hendrix Experience. They played together until 1969 when bass player Noel Redding left the band.
Growing up with a musically talented family gave me the perspective that music was life. I always loved and respected it, but I never found my niche in it. Until one night when I attended the John Mayer concert. The concert completely dumbfounded me. I could not believe that a person was able to play the guitar with such perfection.
He always just seemed interested and worried about getting into his music to make sure his music deals were set and his shows were all ready on the road to success. Although, Bob Dylan did end up coming pretty close with some of his workers. For example, George Harrison became good friends. “Bob Dylan never really seemed to play the same song in the same way.” Every time Dylan would play a song either in public or in the recording room, he would some how change the melody or adjust the tune. He also switched some of the lyrics around, or added a few more notes.
Many people that Elvis’s early years drove him to be a success as to ensure that he would always care for his family. As a young man in high school his music teacher told him that he could not sing. She gave him a C in music. Elvis often said he was too shy to sing in school. He never received any other professional training in music but he always knew he wanted to sing.
 To impress DeLonge, Hoppus climbed to the top of a streetlight outside of DeLonge's home – however, he cracked both heels on the landing, resulting in being in crutches for the next few weeks.  After deciding they needed to officially start a band, DeLonge recruited friend Scott Raynor, whom he had met at a party.  (However,
“Greatest Hits” by Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen was born in Freehold, New Jersey on September 23rd, 1949. Having a fond interest in the music world, Springsteen, began learning how to play the guitar in his high school years. He developed his skill as a guitarist and eventually became what he is today. Bruce was a quick learner and because of this success he joined quite a few bands in his early days. First, he joined semi-professional bands such as “The Castiles” and “Steel Mill,” but he wanted to start his own band and write his own songs.
But what he didn’t know was what I would take to make it big As griffon got a little older he moved to different places. But he never stopped playing. He moved to a place where he found other kids with musical talents. They decided to start a band, griffon was the drummer. They were one step closer to making it to the top By the time griffon got into high school he decided that he needed to take some designated classes, one which would help him find a career.
The two jammed at lunch time scaring fellow guitarists with their loud and heavy sounds before a guy called Hugh Tanner was seen carrying around part of a flying V guitar at school. Phantom Lord was born with Hugh on guitar, Mulligan on drums and James singing plus playing guitar. The group went through a few bass players until graduation when James moved back to Downey.Back in Downey, James moved into a house owned by Ron McGovney's parents that was slated for demolition due to an expressway expansion. It was the perfect place for James and Ron to crash, rehearse and jam. James talked Ron into taking up bass, Phantom Lord was no more and the third band under Hetfield's leadership.
The 7 days between his shooting and his death, his many predictions of his own death, and his use of "Makaveli" only added credence to such theories(The Gale Group, Inc. Contemporary Black Biography 2006). Tupac has many unreleased recording and films that remain in the vaults. By saying this his life might be over but his soul and work will live on. Yet the possibility remained that it was his death that would leave the strongest mark on pop culture; his murder sparked considerable debate about the end of the "Gangster" era and the futility of the "Thug Life’’(The Gale Group, Inc.
He told us that if we are being forced here, that we will not gain that much from meeting. However, if we want to be there; then the meetings will help change our lives. This man has been sober for nineteen years. He ended up marrying his girlfriend and he is very active in his son’s live. He states it continues to be a struggle and that he will continually be an alcoholic, but he knows that he has stopped the cycle.