Rock, Pop and Music Category

Adam & the Ants

British pseudo-glam punk band, formed in 1977, disbanding in ’81 at which point Adam Ant went solo....Read More

The Association

Had several of the top twenty rock and roll hits of all times,including: Cherish, Windy & Never, My Love...Read More

Steve Perry

Steve Perry, the frontman for the rock group Journey, who lasted for 14 years and whose breakthrough album Escape yielded 3 top 10 singles and sold nine million copies....Read More

Ted Nugent

The Motor City Madman,Wango Tango, Cat Scratch Fever, seemingly savage guitar hero who is actually clean living and conservative. A man I could always respect. See the link for a good bio....Read More


The [original] “Honeycomb” entry is so full of errors it’s hard to figure out where to begin. James Frederick Rodgers was born in Camas, WA on 9-18-33. After forming his own group in the Air Force, Jimmie auditio...Read More

The Cars

Originating in Boston in 1977 and riding (or perhaps, defining) the New Wave sound, the Cars cranked out 6 million selling albums in a row including hits like Candy-O, Let’s Go, and My Best Friend’s Girl, which hit #3....Read More

Gary Glitter

Icon of the British pop scene in the 70’s, somewhat of a rock-n-roll version of Liberace…...Read More

Kylie Minogue

The first time she showed up on the radar in North America was for covering Do The Loco-motion in 1988....Read More

The Dave Clark 5

The Dave Clark 5 were a British Invasion phenomenon. The DC5 were probably the “loudest” British Invasion act until the arrival of the Who. The Dave Clark 5’s first major hit was 1964’s Glad All Over…...Read More

The Buckinghams

For a group of teen-aged guys from Chicago’s North side, The Buckinghams formed a rock band mainly to meet girls. Carl Giammarese, Nick Fortuna, Dennis Tufano, Jon Paulos and Dennis Miccoli started out playing dances and clu...Read More