The talented and mega-popular singer Prince has released hundreds of musical compositions and almost forty studio albums, 100 million copies of his records have been sold in the world. All this gave him a kind of creative freedom, he could afford unpredictable acts, shocking and eccentricity. And once he just wanted to change his stage name to a complex graphic symbol. He worked for hours in his home studio, and then, going to the thousands of fans on stage, enveloped them with his magic. At first he drove the audience into a frenzy, after which he forced him to listen carefully to the lyrical song. This was the secret of his popularity and magic, fueled by incredible performance.
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This virtuoso guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, composer and outrageous singer was called a real rebel and a true propagandist of freedom. He was born on June 7, 1958 in Minneapolis and was named Prince Rogers Nelson. Singer Prince His mother, an American of European descent, Matti Della, was a jazz singer. His father, African American John Lewis Nelson, was a pianist and composer. Continue reading
More than 70 years ago, a certain Anna May Bullock was born in the small American town of Nat Bush, Tennessee. She loved to sing from early childhood. The first scene for Tina Turner was the nightclubs of her hometown of Brownsville. And who then could have imagined that this girl after not so much time would become the queen of rock and roll and a living legend.
Winner of eight Grammy awards, the title of Queen of Rock and Roll, the most successful rock singer of all time, like 50 years ago, the singer goes on stage in miniskirts. And not in vain, because according to the results of many surveys, her legs were recognized as the most beautiful in show business.
Tina Turner is a unique person in the world of music, who has millions of fans of all ages. If they do not like her, they respect her. Success came to Tina quite late, but what a success! Continue reading
The Rolling Stones is a legendary English rock band.
The debut of the group took place on July 12, 1962 on the stage of the Marquee Jazz Club. The first composition of the rock group included Mick Jagger (Mick Jagger) – vocals; Keith Richards (Keith Richards) – rhythm guitar, vocals; Dick Taylor (Dick Taylor) – bass; Brian Jones (Brian Jones) – solo guitar, vocals; Ian Stewart (Ian Stewart) – keys; Mick Avory – drums.
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The band was originally called The Rollin Stones. The musicians performed songs by American authors, including the bluesmen Muddy Waters and Bo Didley, and also performed with very pop numbers, processing them in their own way. It was Muddy Waters’ song Rollin Stone that formed the basis of the name of the group. The idea was proposed by Brian Jones, who was then the central figure in the group. Continue reading