In the late 40s, Ike Turner some, hosts a radio station in Memphis, while leading a small local orchestra. Sam Phillips, businessman, passionate blues will invest capital in one of the first recording studio in Memphis. Ike Turner is responsible for discovering new talent In 1952 Sam Phillips founded his own record label "Sun Records. " Ike Turner, in a few years discovers those who will become the best Bluesmen after the war: BB King, Howlin 'Wolf, Little Milton, Junior Parker and many other This is how rock'n'roll beginsThis is how rock'n'roll begins
Theodore Anthony "Ted" Nugent ; born December 13, 1948 is an American musician, singer, songwriter, hunter, and political activist. Nugent initially gained fame as the lead guitarist of The Amboy Dukes before embarking on a solo career Read more https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Nugent
I was just inspired by the fact I bought my first Rolling Stones 45T in 1964 and the fact I have 'physically' all their official recordings as well in vinyl as CD without count a lot of unofficial recordings. That means almost 500 recordings of the Rolling Stones. 😉
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Teenbeat Records ( 1984 ........ 1990's / 2000's )
Teen Beat is an American independent record label, originally based in Arlington, Virginia, now based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was founded by Mark Robinson (of Unrest) in 1984 at Wakefield High School, along with Phil Krauth (of Unrest), Andrew (Riley) Beaujon (of Eggs), Tim Moran (of Unrest), and Ian Zack (Thirsty Boys). Read more : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TeenBeat_Records
Patrik Fitzgerald (born Patrick Joseph Fitzgerald, 19 March 1956, East London) is an English singer-songwriter and an originator of folk punk. The son of working-class Irish immigrant parents, he began recording and performing during the punk rock movement in 1977, after working briefly as an actor.
Hound Dog Taylor - Hound Dog Taylor And The Houserockers ( 1971 )
Theodore Roosevelt "Hound Dog" Taylor (April 12, 1915 – December 17, 1975) was an American Chicago blues guitarist and singer. Taylor was born in Natchez, Mississippi in 1915 (although some sources say 1917). He originally played piano, and began playing guitar when he was 20. He moved to Chicago in 1942. He ound 1957 but remained unknown outside of the Chicago area where he became a full-time musician arplayed small clubs in the black neighborhoods and also at the open-air Maxwell Street Market. He was known for his electrified slide guitar playing roughly styled after that of Elmore James ( Wikipedia )