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Yvonne Elliman

Beautiful,Hawaiian-born brunette first captured audiences with her memorable portrayal of Mary Magdalene in the Broadway and film versions of Jesus Christ Superstar. Her top-10 version of I don’t know how to love Him secured...Read More

The Records

Late 70s power pop classics Starry Eyes, Teenarama and Hearts In Her Eyes the most successful being “Starry Eyes.”...Read More

Rat Scabies

Along with Ray Burns (a.k.a Captian Sensible) he was co-founder and drummer of the UK punk powerhouse The Damned who had such hits as New Rose in ’76 and the perenial anthem Smash It Up....Read More

Paul Williams

Epitome of seventies-style celebrity, singer, songwriter, actor. Penned numerous hits including Evergreen for Barbara Streisand and scored and starred in Brian De Palma’s Phantom of the Paradise Was a mainstay in television ...Read More

Victor Edward Willis

He was the “cop” character/singer in the 70’s disco/pop sensations The Village People. He co-wrote Macho Man and In The Navy....Read More

Charlie Sexton

1980’s Music Star. Charlie’s cd Pictures for Pleasure came out in 1985 making him a star. Hits from that cd were Beat’s So Lonely, Pictures for Pleasure, Hold Me. Charlie’s next cds didn’t do as well....Read More

Richey Edwards

Guitarist/Cover Designer/Main Songwriter for the Manic Street Preachers (1991-1995). The Holy Bible album is mainly written by Richey and it is sad, weird, and occasionally autobiographical. He mutilated 4 Life on his arm in front...Read More

Bobby Sherman

Bobby Sherman was a popular “teen-idol” of the 1960s & 70s. Gained international stardom with the hit TV series Here come the Brides charting it’s title song Seattle and following up with more chart toppers ...Read More

Syd Barrett

Like a supernova, Roger “Syd” Barrett burned briefly and brightly, leaving an indelible mark upon psychedelic and progressive rock as the founder and original singer, songwriter, and lead guitarist of Pink Floyd. Barre...Read More

The Ventures

Premier instrumental rock group, soared to the top with hits like Walk Don’t Run, Pipeline, and Slaughter on Tenth Avenue in the 1960s. Members were Don Wilson, Bob Bogle, Nokie Edwards, and Mel Taylor....Read More