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’.
Biggest Selling Album Of All Time B. Developed The Heal The World Foundation C. Listed in the 2000 edition of the Guiness Book Of World Records for breaking the world record for the "Most Charities Supported By a Pop Star". D. Influenced many Artists like Neyo, Chris Brown, Usher.
* He has achieved 14 UK number 1 singles * His 1958 single Move It was considered the first authentic English rock music John Lennon said that before Cliff and the Shadows British music wasn’t worth listening to * As he converted to Christianity his songs turned softer more like pop and sometimes gospel * He is the biggest selling artist in the UK Switchfoot * Formed in 1996 * On 2002 Switchfoot’s music was featured in the movie “A Walk to Remember” * The original members for the band was Jon Foreman, Tim Foreman and Chad Butler * From the exposure that came from the movie “A Walk to Remember” they attracted a lot of attention from multiple record labels * Signed a contract with the major record label Columbia Records * Their album “The Beautiful Letdown” was certified as a double-platinum which sold over 2.6 million copies * On August 10 2007 Jon Foreman announced that the band has severed all ties with Columbia Records * They made a song called “This is Home” and was put as part of the soundtrack of Narnia: Prince Caspian * Made an album “Hello Hurricane” and licensed it at Atlantic Records * The album “Hello Hurricane” was nominated and got a Grammy award on February 11 2011 Led
Guitarist Dave Mustaine answered another one of Ulrich’s adds. Hetfield and Ulrich recruited Mustaine only after seeing the expensive equipment he owned. Metallica recorded their first song “Hit the Lights” in early 1982 with Mustaine on lead guitar, Hetfield on rhythm and vocals, and Ulrich playing drums and bass only for this specific recording (MTV.com). Hetfield and Ulrich asked bassist Cliff Burton to join their band in fall of 1982 after being “blown away” at one of Burton’s previous band’s shows. Burton initially declined the offer, but by the end of the year he accepted on the condition the band move to the San Francisco Bay Area.
Problems of Alcohol and Drugs resulted in a breakup of Fleetwood Mac. Peter Green named the group by combining the surnames of two of his former band mates (Fleetwood, McVie). Green had achieved a UK number one with “Albatross”. After that, Fleetwood Mac as a group, produced 10 new singles and remained number 1, on the American albums chart for 31 weeks! He was a great help in the band, Fleetwood Mac.
The Beatles Four young men once came together to form a rock band that changed the world forever. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr came from Liverpool, England around 1950. These talented men created more than music, they developed a different way of life. Today, The Beatles may not be together, but the influence they had on popular culture still remains and continues to grow. Before the Beatles, the boys were for the most part strangers all looking for a music career.
Boyz 2 men is an American R&B vocal group best known for their emotional songs and a cappella harmonies. The quartet won 4 grammys and the trio won 2. They are the most successful R&B groups of all time selling over 60 million albums worldwide. The group was originally a quartet but Michael McCary left the group in 2003 due to his health issues. the groups first single was end of the road which hit number one on charts, it stayed number one for 13 weeks straight.
Nugent dropped the Amboy Dukes band name for good in 1975, and signed to Epic Records. Derek St. Holmes (guitar, vocals), Rob Grange (bass) and Clifford Davies (drums) were the primary additional band members for his classic 1970s multi-platinum albums: Ted Nugent (1975), Free-for-All (1976) and Cat Scratch Fever (1977). These albums produced the popular radio anthems "Hey Baby", "Stranglehold", "Dog Eat Dog", and "Cat Scratch Fever". It was during these three years that Nugent truly emerged as a guitar hero to thousands of young hard rock fans, many of whom were unaware of his lengthy apprenticeship with the Amboy Dukes.  This band lineup toured extensively, also releasing the multi-platinum live album Double Live Gonzo!, until its breakup
Although The Beatles weren’t exactly considered a “popular group” in Liverpool; in fact most people looked down on them, they managed to straighten up and do well at the performance. The band played really long hours and was pushed around by the club’s owner, Bruno Koschimider, to make them put on a good show. The Beatles returned to Liverpool, and on February 21, 1961, they debuted at the Cavern club on Mathew Street, They
Their producer, George Martin helped Brian Espstein push this group, dubbed the “Fab Four” toward international stardom by 1964. The Beetles were the first of the British Invasion of rock artists to the USA, and to date, the biggest sellers of British pop music. They toured for 3 years, and are thought to be the globe’s biggest influence on pop-rock music. They were also the most lucrative performers of all time. The Beetle-mania sensation lead the record sales up the charts, with over a billion sold in the UK, and today, have sold 177 million more records in the USA than any other