Rock Music History Final Paper April 25, 2012 Boys II Men Who would have thought that such a young group of young men would of tuned into the best R&B group of all time. It all begins at an early age at Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts in Philadelphia in 1988. They were originally known as Unique Attraction in High school. Nathan Morris and Marc Nelson are who came together at first and then they recruited the winning formula by getting tenors Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman and also Bass singer Michael McCary. The group rehearsed and rehearsed, they often rehearsed in Bathrooms due to the acoustics that the Bathroom Provided.
Unfortunately this venture was not successful. Berry then got a job at Lincoln-Mercury plant. His love and passion for music had not ended and somehow through family connections, he got to know Al Green who was the owner of the Flame Show Bar talent club. There he met the singer Jackie Wilson who recorded Berry’s song ‘Reet Petite’ in 1957. It became a modest hit in the U.S however topped the music charts in the U.K. More songs followed which included ‘Lonely Teardrops’ that also topped the charts and ‘All I Could Do Was Cry’.
Aaliyah was raised by her father, mother and brother Rashad Haughton in Detroit. At age 9 she appeared on "Star Search" (1983), the TV program and sang "My Funny Valentine", a song which her mother had sung years earlier. At age 11, she sang with Gladys Knight in a five-night stint in Las Vegas. In 1992, she began to work on her debut album with the help of singer R. Kelly. The album, "Age Ain't Nothing But A Number" was released in 1994 and received heavy praise.
Thanks to his unique style of singing, the way he dress and the way he dance(e.g. moon walk). Who does not know the well-known song (Billie Jean) written by himself in the album(the Thriller 1982). His tenure topped the music chart for almost three decades, 70s, 80s and 90s.MTV, the famous music channel, aired his music to entire the globe. Eventually, he became the everlasting icon of the pop culture
The 1960’s were known as The Beatle Decade. The Beatles revolutionized music in that they were the first band to have a major mainstream success (Associatedcontent.com). The Beatles played all over the world and wrote music that everyone loved. They started out as a young boy band fifty years ago and to this day, their music is still playing. The impact the Fab four had on the world is
Kevin Hart (born July 3, 1980) is an American actor and comedian. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Hart started his career by winning several amateur comedy competitions at clubs throughout the New England area, and he got his first real break in 2001 when he was cast by Judd Apatow for a recurring role on the TV series Undeclared. The series only lasted one season, but it was enough for him to get his name out and land other roles in movies like Paper Soldiers, Scary Movie 3, and Along Came Polly. His comedic reputation began to grow with the release of his first stand-up album I'm a Grown Little Man in 2009. This was followed by Seriously Funny in 2010, and in 2011 Laugh at My Pain in 2011, most arguably his most successful stand-up act so far.
He goes back to Sun Label supplementary to record more songs. He gets another chance to perform at the Louisiana Hayride. 00 later around this time, he records his first two songs at Sun Label. This was an audience of an elder generation who grew up with Frank Sinatra and business suit singing. He received the most applause of all the acts, won the talent show, and even performed and encore.
Ehrich and his brother Theo began to pursue an interest in magic. Erich then chose a stage name, Harry Houdini chosen for his idol Robert Houdin. At 17, Ehrich, now known as Harry Houdini, left his family to pursue his magic career. By the age of twenty, Harry had been performing small acts throughout New York. In 1893, Harry met and married performer Wilhelmina Beatrice Rahner, who turned into harries assistant by the name of Beatrice Bess Houdini.
A duet of "Perhaps Love" with Placido Domingo made the UK Top 50 in 1981, while Denver and Emmylou Harris had an American success with "Wild Montana Skies" in 1983. He wrote his autobiography Take Me Home in 1994 and a two-CD set, The Rocky Mountain Collection, was issued in the UK last year. Business economies being what they are, Denver switched to solo concerts without a group in recent years but he excelled with narrations like "The Ambulance Down In the Valley". Lacking a female singer to sing Olivia Newton-John's part in "Fly Away", he would ask the audience to join him. Playing at the Liverpool Empire in 1986, he spontaneously broke into a 15-minute medley of Beatles songs.
When he got his first guitar he had a taste of musical success by winning his high school talent show (Bio.com). In 1958 Presley went into the U.S. army he spent two years in Germany (Rubel). When he came back he married Priscilla Beavlieu in 1967 and the had a daughter named Lisa Marie in 1968 but they divorced in 1973 (Rubel). Presley stared in thirty-three sucsseful fims and made history with his telivison apperences (Elvis.com). His sales earned him gold, platuim, and multi platuim awards (Elvis.com).