; Gospel Singer, & Pastor; grew up in Grand Rapids. * Bob Schneider, Texas-based rock musician and former boyfriend of Sandra Bullock (born in '''Ypsilanti (Ypsilanti, Michigan)''') * Bob Seger, rock singer (born in '''Dearborn (Dearborn, Michigan) '''; raised in '''Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor, Michigan)''') * Del Shannon, early rock singer and guitarist (born in '''Coopersville (Coopersville, Michigan)''') * Chaldean Town, Detroit, Michigan (Chaldeans (Chaldean people)). * East Dearborn, Michigan (Dearborn, Michigan) (Iraqi (Iraqi people)). * Little Arabia (Anaheim, California) imagesize 250px image_caption Cranbrook Art Museum (top left) in Bloomfield Hills (Bloomfield Hills, MI) and The Henry Ford (top center) in Dearborn (Dearborn, Michigan) are National Historic Landmark (List of National Historic Landmarks in Michigan)s. image_flag Transit systems Bus service for the metropolitan area is provided jointly by the Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) and Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) which operate under a cooperative service and fare agreement. The Detroit People Mover monorail (people mover) encircles downtown (Downtown Detroit) and a proposed SEMCOG Commuter Rail could extend from Detroit's New Center (New Center, Detroit) area to The Henry Ford, Dearborn (Dearborn, Michigan), Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Ypsilanti (Ypsilanti, Michigan), and Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor, Michigan) Ann Arbor - Detroit Regional Rail Project ''SEMCOG''. Retrieved on February 4, 2010. One of Magna E-Car Systems' early successes is supplying the powertrain on the upcoming Ford Focus Electric vehicle. This project started in 2008. A few months after a round of preliminary discussions with Ford Motor Company with regard to all-electric (BEV (Battery electric vehicle)) vehicles, Magna made a surprise visit He later worked for a concrete company in Philadelphia, retiring as vice president of sales. * Coldwater (Coldwater, Michigan) - ''Daily Reporter'' Dearborn, Michigan Dearborn - ''Dearborn Times-Herald'' * Dearborn - ''Iraq Sun'' parallel, Ford developed a new version of the GT40. The Mark II was developed by Ford subsidiary Kar Kraft in Dearborn, Michigan Dearborn under the direction of Roy Lunn. The Mk IIs were powered by a 7.0 L engine based on a Ford Galaxie block. As there was no gearbox available on the market which was able to sustain the torque, the car featured a new 4-ratio Kar Kraft gearbox. Two Mark IIs were entered by Shelby. The cars were finished in a hurry; as there was no time to run a fuel consumption test, Shelby did not know the real fuel consumption of the 7.0 L Mk II.
, from Santa Ana (Santa Ana, California), was probably the most influential; their "Out of Vogue" is sometimes considered the first hardcore recording. The original hardcore bands in Orange County came from the Fullerton, Ca area, where The Adolescents, Agent Orange (Agent Orange (band)) and Social Distortion and D.I. (D.I. (band)) formed. Social Distortion would later incorporate blues, country (country music) and early rock influences into their sound and become one of America's premier roots rock bands. Farther south, Huntington Beach (Huntington Beach, California) was also an influential center of hardcore, and is known as the origin of slam dancing. Huntington bands like Vicious Circle, T.S.O.L., The Screws, and The Crowd had a reputation for being aggressive and sometimes violent, while Uniform Choice, and Doggy Style somewhat later bands, became known as the prominent straight edge bands from the West Coast. Another Orange County band of note is The U.S. Bombs fronted by Duane Peters. True Sounds of Liberty (TSOL) was perhaps the most infamous for violence, and for an abrupt and unpopular change towards proto-Gothic rock and, much later, Aerosmith-style heavy metal as the scene developed; future underground stars The Vandals evolved from TSOL's eventual breakdown. Other Orange County bands included Stick To Your Guns, White Mice, The Offspring, Big Drill Car, Guttermouth, SPLNTR, Suicidal Tendencies (who were from Venice (Venice, California) but were associated with Orange County hardcore), China White (China White (band)), Shattered Faith (Shattered Faith (band)), Masque of Demise, Social Task, The Screwz and Channel 3 (Channel 3 (band)). The Dils were originally from Orange County but later relocated to San Francisco, California. Personal life In November 1999, 21-year-old Bryant met 17-year-old Vanessa Laine while she was working as a background dancer on the Tha Eastsidaz music video "G'd Up". in length, it is one of the longest public piers on the West Coast (West Coast of the United States). (The longest is Oceanside Pier at 1,942 feet). It has been damaged or destroyed four times; in 1912, 1939, 1983 and most recently on January 17, 1988 destroying the End Cafe for the second time in the decade. '''Clayton ("Clay") Evans''' (born October 28, 1953 in El Bagic, Colombia) is a former medley (Medley swimming) swimmer from Canada, who was born in South America to Canadian parents. He moved to Huntington Beach, California at age fifteen and was recruited by UCLA on a swimming and water polo scholarship. Before entering UCLA, Evans represented Canada in the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.
Shaffer Bio at CBS – Late Show . Retrieved 20 April 2007. and recipient of the Order of Canada. *Bobby Curtola, an early rock and roll singer and one-time teen idol. Curtola's Official Website. Retrieved 20 April 2007. *Norval Morriseau, artist. *Lauri Conger, keyboardist and songwriter, and a member of the Canadian band Parachute Club (Parachute Club (band)). *Gary Kendall, musician, solo artist
spent the rest of his childhood. Robert Zimmerman spent much of his youth listening to the radio—first to blues and country (American country music) stations broadcasting from Shreveport (Shreveport, Louisiana), Louisiana and, later, to early rock and roll. He formed several bands while he attended Hibbing High School. The Shadow Blasters was short-lived, but his next, The Golden Chords, lasted longer and played Cover version covers
of music. There is general agreement that it arose in the Southern United States (American South) – a region which would produce most of the major early rock and roll acts – through the meeting of various influences that embodied a merging of the African musical tradition with European instrumentation. M. T. Bertrand, ''Race, Rock, and Elvis: Music in American Life'' (University of Illinois Press, 2000), pp. 21–2. The migration of many former
24 June 2004 url http: www.telegraph.co.uk culture music rockandjazzmusic 3619493 The-day-Elvis-changed-the-world.html archiveurl http: www.webcitation.org 5wQTh7wT7 archivedate 11 February 2011 . but, at the same time, Big Joe Turner's "Shake, Rattle & Roll", later covered by Haley, was already at the top of the Billboard R&B charts (Hot R&B Hip-Hop Songs). Other artists with early rock and roll hits included Chuck Berry, Bo
to American music is essentially the story of three cities: Nashville (Nashville, Tennessee), Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee), and Bristol (Bristol, Tennessee). While Nashville is most famous for its status as the long-time capital of country music, Bristol is recognized as the "Birthplace of Country Music". Memphis musicians had huge influence on blues (blues music), early rock and roll, and soul music. Punk rock Punk rock has had an active scenes in Tennessee
and historians of music. There is general agreement that it arose in the Southern United States (American South) – a region which would produce most of the major early rock and roll acts – through the meeting of various influences that embodied a merging of the African musical tradition with European instrumentation. M. T. Bertrand, ''Race, Rock, and Elvis: Music in American Life'' (University of Illinois Press, 2000), pp. 21–2. ref>
www.nytimes.com accessdate 2010-12-04 first Christopher last Gray date 2009-12-30 While composing at the Brill Building for other artists, Neil also recorded six mostly rockabilly-pop oriented singles for different labels as a solo artist. He wrote songs that were taken by early rock and roll artists such as Buddy Holly ("Come Back Baby" 1958) and Roy Orbison ("Candy Man" 1961).
, r&b, soul music, novelty tunes (novelty songs), early rock and roll, country blues, and pop (popular music) standards of the 1950s and 1960s like Frank Sinatra's "The World We Knew", among others. Set lists have included mutated covers of songs originally performed by such diverse artists as J. Blackfoot, Doc Pomus, Bobby Lee Trammell, Gene Pitney, Reverend Horton Heat, Jessie Mae Hemphill, R. L. Burnside, Mack Rice, and Allen Page (of the small
1950s Moon Records label helmed by early rock-and-roll producer songwriter Cordell Jackson), among others. Acting career De la Rosa starred in a 1987 feature Italian horror film made in Dominican Republic called ''Ratman''. Quella villa in fondo al parco During the 1990s Nelson continued his path to international success by becoming a staple guest at Venevision's television show '' Súper Sábado Sensacional
Biography (1881-1890), Volume XI Legget was born in Liverpool, England of Scottish (Scotland) parents. He obtained a B.Eng. (Hons) 1925, M.Eng. 1927, and D.Eng. (honorary) 1971 from the University of Liverpool. Influence on rock music The movie's influence on rock music is significant. The film reached Liverpool, England in the early summer of 1957. It featured cameo performances of early rock 'n' roll stars such as Little Richard, Eddie Cochran
''?" For example, "Hand is to palm as foot is to ____?" These questions were usually given in the Aristotelian (Aristotle) format: :HAND : PALM : : FOOT : ____ '''Jiles Perry "J. P." Richardson, Jr.''' (October 24, 1930 – February 3, 1959) also commonly known as '''The Big Bopper''', was an American (United States) disc jockey, singer (singing), and songwriter whose big voice and exuberant personality made him an early rock and roll star. He
and Canada in varying meats, brands and qualities, both as packaged and unpackaged. These products are available in nearly every convenience store, gas station, supermarket, and variety shop in those countries. ''The Entertainer'' uses the metaphor of the dying music hall tradition and its eclipse by early rock and roll to comment on the moribund state of the British Empire and its eclipse by the power of the United States, something flagrantly revealed during the Suez Crisis
(usually on the steel guitar) being a hallmark of the style. The vocal styles range from introspective and soulful to passionate and fiery. Delta blues is also regarded as a regional variation of country blues. Rockabilly Hall of Fame The original Rockabilly Hall of Fame was established by Bob Timmers on March 21, 1997 to present early rock and roll history and information relative to the original artists and personalities involved in this pioneering United States
railway station ) and highway. '''Naxos Records''' is a record label specializing in classical music. Through a number of imprints, Naxos also releases genres including Chinese music, jazz, world music, and early rock & roll. The company was founded in 1987 by Klaus Heymann, a German (Germany)-born resident of Hong Kong. '''Burg Eltz''' is a medieval castle nestled in the hills above the Moselle River between Koblenz and Trier