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Little Richard
... stage name Little Richard, is an American singer, songwriter, musician, recording artist, and actor, considered key in the transition from rhythm and blues to rock and roll in the mid-1950s ... Roll Hall of Fame website entry on Penniman states that Penniman began performing on stage and on the road in 1945, when he was in his early teens ... He began his recording career on October 16, 1951 by imitating the gospel-influenced style of late-1940s jump blues artist Billy Wright, who was a ...
Adler's Appetite - History - Lineup Changes and New Material (2009–present)
... Adler's Appetite also began recording new material in July, with hopes of releasing it by the end of 2009 ... Following a 50 date US tour, they began recording their debut album in November with Cinderella drummer Fred Coury producing ... Adler's Appetite began recording new material on September 26, at NRG Recording Studios ...
Math And Physics Club - Biography
... Math and Physics Club began as a basement project for longtime friends Charles Bert (vocals) and James Werle (guitar) ... release was a digital-only single on Comfort Stand Recordings which featured an early version of the song Graduation Day, along with a b-side titled Everybody Lies ... attracted the attention of both Jimmy Tassos of Matinee Recordings and the influential KEXP DJ John Richards ...

Famous quotes containing the words recording and/or began:

    Too many photographers try too hard. They try to lift photography into the realm of Art, because they have an inferiority complex about their Craft. You and I would see more interesting photography if they would stop worrying, and instead, apply horse-sense to the problem of recording the look and feel of their own era.
    Jessie Tarbox Beals (1870–1942)

    Frau Stöhr ... began to talk about how fascinating it was to cough.... Sneezing was much the same thing. You kept on wanting to sneeze until you simply couldn’t stand it any longer; you looked as if you were tipsy; you drew a couple of breaths, then out it came, and you forgot everything else in the bliss of the sensation. Sometimes the explosion repeated itself two or three times. That was the sort of pleasure life gave you free of charge.
    Thomas Mann (1875–1955)