1. Jimmy Page was commissioned to write the soundtrack music for the film Lucifer Rising by Crowley admirer and underground movie director Kenneth Anger.
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1. Jimmy Page was commissioned to write the soundtrack music for the film Lucifer Rising by Crowley admirer and underground movie director Kenneth Anger.
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2. Eric Clapton married Melia McEnery in a low-key church ceremony in January 2002.
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4. In 2016 Carlos Santana reunited with past Santana band members Gregg Rolie, Michael Carabello, Michael Shrieve, and Neil Schon to release the album: Santana IV and the band embarked on a brief tour.
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5. Roy Clark married Barbara Joyce Rupard on August 31, 1957, and they had five children.
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6. Pete Shelley came out as bisexual during the Buzzcocks' early days.
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7. Pete Shelley recorded solo material that was released in 1980 his Groovy Records label.
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8. Django Reinhardt was declared dead on arrival at the hospital in Fontainebleau, at the age of 43.
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9. Les Paul was enamoured by the Andrews Sisters, who hired his trio to open for them during a tour in 1946.
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10. In 1969 and 1972, Pete Townshend produced two limited-release albums, Happy Birthday and I Am, for the London-based Baba association.
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15. Jimmy Page ultimately produced 23 minutes of music, which Anger felt was insufficient because the film ran for 28 minutes and Anger wanted the film to have a full soundtrack.
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16. Pete Townshend sat on a committee which oversaw the operation and finances of the centre.
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20. Richard Hendrix is hoping to track down people who were at any Smiths show but in particular the four shows they played in Lancashire in the brief lifespan of the band.
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21. Jimmy Page played alongside Roy Harper at Harper's 70th-birthday celebratory concert, in London's Royal Festival Hall on 5 November 2011.
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23. Pete Shelley achieved Australian chart success as a solo artist in 1981 when his new wave, synth-pop solo single Homosapien reached number four on the Australian charts.
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24. Les Paul was laid to rest in the Prairie Home Cemetery alongside his mother.
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26. Jimi Hendrix used this guitar at the Miami Pop Festival in 1968.
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27. In October 2007 Sean Combs agreed to help develop the Ciroc vodka brand for a 50 percent share of the profits.
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28. Pete Townshend ultimately chose to study graphic design at Ealing Art College, enrolling in 1961.
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30. Jimmy Page began his career as a studio session musician in London and, by the mid-1960s, alongside Big Jim Sullivan, was one of the most sought-after session guitarists in Britain.
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31. Jimi Hendrix worked as a session guitarist under the moniker Jimmy James.
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32. In 1989, Pete Townshend joined forces with Entwistle and Daltrey to embark on a reunion tour with the Who.
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34. Jimmy Page was honoured with a first-ever Global Peace Award by the United Nations' Pathways to Peace organisation after confirming reports that he would be among the headliners at a planned Show of Peace Concert in Beijing, on 10 October 2010.
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36. Chuck Berry lived in Ladue, Missouri, approximately 10 miles west of St Louis.
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37. In 1995, Randy Jackson married Erika Riker, with whom he has two children, a daughter named Zoe and a son named Jordan.
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41. On May 3, 1969, while Jimi Hendrix was passing through customs at Toronto International Airport, authorities detained him after finding a small amount of what they suspected to be heroin and hashish in his luggage.
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43. Dave Davies went on to release Glamour, which charted at number 152.
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45. Les Paul was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 and the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2005.
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48. Roy Clark died on November 15, 2018, at 85 at his Tulsa home due to complications of pneumonia.
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50. In July 1967, Dave Davies released his first solo single, credited entirely under his name, entitled "Death of a Clown".
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51. Jimi Hendrix was known to have used amphetamines while he was on tour.
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53. In 2006 Pete Townshend had a pedal board designed by long-time gear guru Pete Cornish.
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57. Jimi Hendrix was more than ready to make a move and accepted the offer made by Chandler.
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59. Sean Combs acquired the Enyce clothing line from Liz Claiborne for $20 million on October 21, 2008.
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60. Pete Townshend embarked on a project dedicated to the collection, restoration and maintenance of Meher Baba-related films.
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61. Since the late 1980s Pete Townshend has predominantly used Synclavier Digital Audio systems for keyboard composition, particularly solo albums and projects.
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62. Nile Rodgers crafted anthemic dance songs for a number of artists outside of his band.
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63. Ted Nugent is known for his stance against drug and alcohol abuse.
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64. Tyler Perry released his thirteenth film, Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor on March 29, 2013.
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65. Richard Hendrix finished his career 92 double-doubles, nine triple doubles, and two quadruple doubles.
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66. Jimi Hendrix was caught in stolen cars on two occasions when he was growing up.
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68. Tyler Perry was becoming a household name in African-American communities across the country.
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69. Sean Combs ventured into reality television in August 2008 with the premiere of his VH1 series I Want to Work for Diddy.
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70. Eddie Vedder would refer to the issue in the song "Lukin" from No Code.
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72. In September 2007, Eric Johnson participated in a second theatrical production by the same company titled Love In: A Musical Celebration in which he performed a Jimi Hendrix set, a tribute to the year 1967, often called "The Summer of Love".
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73. Jimi Hendrix was the recipient of several music awards during his lifetime and posthumously.
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76. Les Paul is often recognized as the inventor of the solid-body electric guitar.
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77. The name "Joe Strummer" apparently referred to his role as rhythm guitarist, in a rather self-deprecating way.
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78. Pete Townshend says he did not have many friends growing up, so he spent much of his boyhood reading adventure novels like Gulliver's Travels and Treasure Island.
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80. At the age of 23, Roy Clark obtained his pilot's certificate and then bought a 1953 Piper Tri-Pacer, which he flew for many years.
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81. Eddie Vedder promoted the Into the Wild soundtrack with his first solo tour, which began in April 2008.
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82. Jimi Hendrix was born when the sun, Mercury and Venus were in the passionate and adventurous fire sign of Sagittarius.
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83. Les Paul dropped out of high school in 1932 to work as a musician.
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84. Eddie Vedder continued the tour with a second leg in August 2008 composed of fourteen dates focusing on the East Coast and Canada.
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86. Tyler Perry wrote and produced many stage plays during the 1990s and early 2000s.
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87. On 13 December 1983, Jimmy Page joined Plant on stage for one encore at the Hammersmith Odeon in London.
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88. Pete Shelley recorded a new version of "Homosapien" entitled "Homosapien II", in 1989.
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89. Pete Shelley pursued a solo career, introducing more experimental electronic music into his repertoire, and had a club hit with Homosapien.
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92. Carlos Santana uses a classical guitar, he used the Alvarez Yairi CY127CE with Alvarez tension nylon strings, in the last years from 2009 he uses custom made, semi-hollow Toru Nittono's "Model-T" Jazz Electric Nylon.
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93. Pete Townshend is one of the most revered songwriters in rock and a founding member of the Who, a classic rock band.
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94. Tyler Perry agreed on the condition that he write, direct, and produce the play.
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95. Les Paul built a disc-cutter assembly based on automobile parts.
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96. Pete Townshend was born on 19 May 1945, at Chiswick Hospital, Middlesex.
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99. Ted Nugent was reclassified 4-F, indicating ineligibility for military service under established physical, mental, or moral standards.
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101. Ted Nugent appears on David Crowder Band's 2007 release, Remedy, playing guitar on the song "We Won't Be Quiet".
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106. Django Reinhardt is celebrated annually in the village of Liberchies, his birthplace.
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107. In January 2013, Joe Strummer had a plaza named in his honour in the Spanish city of Granada.
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108. Sean Combs threw Quincy a celebrity-studded party and gave him two cars as his 16th birthday present.
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109. Django Reinhardt offered him a job on the spot, and Reinhardt accepted.
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110. In 2015, Tyler Perry acquired the 330-acre former military base Fort McPherson, which he converted to studios.
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112. Nile Rodgers focused on many soundtrack projects, film and video games alike.
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114. In 1992 Pete Townshend collaborated with director Des McAnuff on a theatrical version of Tommy, which went on to become an enormously successfulTony Award-winning production.
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115. Eddie Vedder contributed an album's worth of songs to the soundtrack for the 2007 film, Into the Wild.
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117. In June 2013 a mural of Joe Strummer was unveiled on the corner of Portobello Road and Blenheim Crescent and attended by a number of Strummer's former friends including Mick Jones and Ray Gange.
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118. In that respect, here are some great Jimi Hendrix quotes to inspire you to fight for your dreams and live your best life.
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119. In 1961 while in art school, Pete Townshend joined the Young Communist League and was a prominent figure in their 1966 "Trend" recruitment campaign.
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120. Two years after joining Faber and Faber, Pete Townshend decided to publish a book of his own.
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121. On May 31, 1962 Jimi Hendrix's officers thought it would be best for him to leave the army because he caused too much trouble.
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122. Lindsey Buckingham never took guitar lessons and does not read music.
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123. Richard Hendrix was in the apartment of girlfriend Monika Dannemann after dinner and late drinking, where he took some sleeping tablets before going to bed.
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124. Tyler Perry worked a number of odd jobs to raise money for its first staging, which took place in Atlanta in 1992.
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125. Les Paul was performing on a semi-professional basis by the time he was 13.
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126. Pete Shelley embraced a solo career and released six studio albums, including the groundbreaking Homosapien in 1981.
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127. Roy Clark died Thursday due to complications from pneumonia at home in Tulsa, Okla.
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129. Carlos Santana recruited soprano saxophonist, Jules Broussard for the lineup.
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131. Nile Rodgers is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, a three-time Grammy Award-winner, and the chairman of the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
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133. Pete Shelley was created on Apr 17, 1955 as Peter McNeish.
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134. Richard Hendrix used numerous musicians, full studio technical capabilities, spent huge sums for studio time, and finished it in October 1968.
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135. Sean Combs used his former stage name Puff Daddy for the album.
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136. Pete Townshend used the Who as a vehicle to address an array of serious subjects in his songwriting.
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139. Eddie Vedder faced what he called a "pretty intense stalker problem" during the mid-1990s.
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142. Richard Hendrix was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 and honored with a 1993 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award as his record sales, influence, and popularity continued undiminished into the twenty-first century among several generations of admirers.
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143. The third system Pete Townshend owns is one of the first Synclavier II systems ever built.
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144. Chuck Berry was released from the reformatory on his 21st birthday in 1947.
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145. In 1978 Ted Nugent appeared on The Midnight Special as host and a performer.
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147. Les Paul pioneered other recording sound effects such as reverb, delay, and phase shifting.
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149. Unlike most rock guitarists, Lindsey Buckingham does not play with a pick; instead, he picks the strings with his fingers and fingernails.
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151. Eric Clapton toured the US and Europe from 14 March to 19 June 2013 to celebrate 50 years as a professional musician.
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152. Roy Clark was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2009.
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155. Ted Nugent was married to his first wife, Sandra Jezowski, from 1970 to 1979.
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158. Les Paul saved $2.49 from a newspaper route to buy a Silvertone guitar.
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159. Jimmy Page played rhythm guitar on the sessions for the Who's first single "I Can't Explain".
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160. Eric Clapton met Harrison and became close friends with him after the Beatles shared a bill with the Clapton-era Yardbirds at the London Palladium.
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161. Dave Davies is bisexual, a fact that he discusses at-length in his 1996 autobiography, Kink.
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162. In 1988, Eddie Vedder became the vocalist for the San Diego progressive funk rock band Bad Radio.
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163. Les Paul learned about radio operations from the WTMJ engineer who worked at the transmitter tower on Blue Mound Road.
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164. At the age of eight, Les Paul began playing the harmonica.
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165. Chuck Berry had opened a racially integrated St Louis nightclub, Berry's Club Bandstand, and invested in real estate.
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166. Ted Nugent initially gained fame as the lead guitarist of the Amboy Dukes, a band formed in 1963 that played psychedelic rock and hard rock.
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167. Jimi Hendrix grabbed electric guitar by the neck and wrestled it into a new era.
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168. Roy Clark married Barbara Joyce Rupard on August 31, 1957, and they had four children together.
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170. Jimmy Page began his career as a studio session musician in London.
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171. Pete Shelley has sadly passed away at the age of 63.
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172. On September 18, 1970, Jimi Hendrix was found dead in a basement of the Samarkand Hotel in London.
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173. Pete Shelley released five solo albums after the Buzzcocks broke up in 1980s.
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176. Les Paul introduced such now-commonplace effects as reverb and phase shifting in these sessions.
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177. On September 18, 1970, Jimi Hendrix died at the age of 27 and left a lasting mark on the world of rock music.
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178. Nile Rodgers achieved no shortage of commercial and critical triumphs between 1983 and 1985.
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183. Les Paul felt that his sound was not different from anyone else's.
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184. Dave Davies was one of the few guitarists who played Flying Vs at the time.
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186. Carlos Santana moved to San Francisco and, in October 1966, started the Santana Blues Band.
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188. Eric Clapton was one of the performers, with drummer Butch Trucks remarking that the performance was not the typical Allman Brothers experience, given the number and musical styles of the guests who were invited to perform.
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189. At the 35th Annual Grammy Awards, Eric Clapton received six Grammys for the single "Tears in Heaven" and his Unplugged album.
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190. In 1981, Pete Shelley released his first solo single, the song "Homosapien", which had originally been written for the next Buzzcocks LP.
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191. Jimmy Page initially refused to touch a guitar, grieving for his friend.
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192. Ted Nugent has three daughters named Sasha, Chantal and Starr and two sons named Theodore and Rocco.
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193. In September 2017, Tyler Perry purchased a house in Mulholland Estates, a gated community in Los Angeles.
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194. Django Reinhardt united with Grappelli, and used his acoustic Selmer-Maccaferri.
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195. Roy Clark was highly regarded and renowned as a guitarist, banjo player, and fiddler.
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198. Les Paul served as an accompanist for a few other bands signed to Decca.
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200. On September 18, 1970, Jimi Hendrix was found dead in his London hotel room from asphyxiation having ingested red wine and an overdose of sleeping pills.
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201. Les Paul named the recorder "The Octopus" and the mixing console "The Monster".
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203. Lindsey Buckingham told Fleetwood that he and Nicks were a team and that he didn't want to work without her.
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204. In 2004 Eric Clapton organised and participated in the Crossroads Guitar Festival to benefit the centre.
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205. Tyler Perry had become a playwright when all odds were against him.
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206. Pete Shelley formed Buzzcocks with Howard Devoto  after the two met at Bolton Institute of Technology in 1975 and.
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208. Jimi Hendrix would often reference comic book characters when talking with friends.
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209. Ted Nugent is a board member of the National Rifle Association and a strong supporter of the Republican Party, and has made a number of controversial and threatening statements against advocates of gun control, in one case having the Secret Service investigate him based on comments about President Barack Obama.
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210. In late 2006, Eric Johnson switched from recording in analog to digital format.
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211. Dave Davies was solely responsible for the signature distorted power chord sound on the Kinks' first hit, "You Really Got Me".
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214. In 1988 Carlos Santana organized a reunion with past members from the Santana band for a series of concert dates.
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215. In 1961, Pete Townshend decided to pursue graphic designing at Ealing Art College.
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218. Eric Clapton has appeared in an advertisement for the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen.
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219. Ted Nugent appeared on Chicago Radio personality Jonathon Brandmeir's short lived talk show, "Johnny B on the Loose".
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221. Jimi Hendrix wanted to offer some material to mark Christmas and a new decade.
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223. Richard Hendrix harnessed the feedback whereas others had barely been able to control it.
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226. Pete Shelley deleted the offending passage and the work was published as The Revolt of Islam.
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227. Jimmy Page turned them down and recommended fellow session musician and legendary guitarist-in-the-making Jeff Beck.
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231. In January 1948, Les Paul shattered his right arm and elbow in a near-fatal automobile accident on an icy Route 66 west of Davenport, Oklahoma.
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232. Chuck Berry took guitar lessons from his friend Ira Harris, which laid the foundation for his guitar style.
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233. Ted Nugent dropped the Amboy Dukes band name for good in 1975, and signed to Epic Records.
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234. Ted Nugent starred in another reality show for CMT in August 2009.
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235. Richard Hendrix was sent to Fort Ord, California for basic training but could not bring his guitar.
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236. Jimmy Page was a popular musician right out of school.
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238. Jimi Hendrix was the first artist to incorporate stereophonic phasing effects in rock music recordings.
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239. Jimi Hendrix applied this technique during the beginning bars of "Little Wing", which allowed him to sustain the root note of chords while playing melody.
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240. Ted Nugent is shown supplying real guns for the making of The Demon Lover, as the crew films at Nugent's house.
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242. Ted Nugent has mixed ethnicity of Irish, German, Swedish descents.
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243. Jimi Hendrix was inspired musically by American rock and roll and electric blues.
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245. Jimmy Page made a return to the stage at a Jeff Beck show in March 1981 at the Hammersmith Odeon.
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246. In 1999 Al Jimi Hendrix published My Son Jimi, a biography of his son's family life.
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247. Dave Davies recorded two songs of his own for this LP, the acoustic "Strangers" and the hard-rocking "Rats".
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251. Pete Townshend opened a bookstore named Magic Bus in London.
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252. On July 23, 2015, Richard Hendrix signed a one-year deal with Spanish club Unicaja.
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255. Jimmy Page released the Lucifer Rising music on vinyl in 2012 via his website on "Lucifer Rising and other sound tracks".
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256. Sean Combs began working with a series of unusual artists.
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257. Richard Hendrix was voted the best musician in the world that year by Melody Maker, the top British music journal.
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258. Les Paul is prominently named by the music museum on its website as an "architect" and a "key inductee" with Sam Phillips and Alan Freed.
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260. Lindsey Buckingham has used an Ovation Balladeer in the past from the early 1970s to the late 1980s.
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261. Jimi Hendrix began to investigate the predominantly white music scene centered in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan, gained inspiration to sing his own songs, and in summer 1966 formed a group and a new stage name, as Jimmy James and the Blue Flames.
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262. Jimmy Page has acknowledged heavy recreational drug use throughout the 1970s.
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264. Jimi Hendrix was only 27 when he suffocated in 1970 after ingesting wine and sleeping pills in a London hotel.
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265. Eric Clapton stayed with this band from January until August 1963.
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267. Jimmy Page is expected to have a net worth of $170 million.
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271. Carlos Santana experienced a resurgence of popularity and critical acclaim in the late 1990s.
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272. Carlos Santana was a frequent spectator at Bill Graham's Fillmore West.
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273. Dave Davies was born on February 3, 1947 in London, England, the eighth child of Fred and Annie Davies.
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275. Pete Shelley wrote the band's most famous song Ever Fallen in Love, which was released in 1978—about two years after Buzzcocks' formation.
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277. In 1972, Carlos Santana became interested in the pioneering fusion band the Mahavishnu Orchestra and its guitarist, John McLaughlin.
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278. Jimmy Page was the favoured session guitarist of record producer Shel Talmy.
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281. In 2004, Carlos Santana was honored as the Person of the Year by the Latin Recording Academy.
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282. Roy Clark was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2009, along with Barbara Mandrell and Charlie McCoy.
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286. Django Reinhardt would acquire his first Selmer guitar in the mid-1930s.
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287. Pete Shelley supposedly offered Harriet the option of staying with him and Mary as a sort of sister and companion, but Harriet refused such an offer.
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288. Sean Combs has donated computers and books to New York schools.
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289. In March 1964, Jimi Hendrix recorded the two-part single "Testify" with the Isley Brothers.
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290. Pete Townshend was anointed as the spokesperson of his generation and was a hit with the "Mods", a British youth movement that embraced modern trends in music, fashion, and attitude.
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291. Jimmy Page has maintained a strong interest in Crowley for many years.
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292. Eric Clapton is the only three-time inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: once as a solo artist and separately as a member of the Yardbirds and of Cream.
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296. Pete Shelley wrote his longest poem, and the last of his youth, "The Revolt of Islam", in 1818.
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297. The first tune Jimi Hendrix learned to play was the television theme "Peter Gunn".
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300. Sean Combs founded Daddy's House Social Programs, an organization to help inner city youth, in 1995.
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301. In 2016, the London flat where Jimi Hendrix really began his career was restored to what it would have looked like when Jimi lived there from 1968 to 1969 and reopened as a museum.
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302. Around this time, Randy Jackson was involved in an auto accident.
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305. In 1994, Eddie Vedder married his longtime girlfriend, musician Beth Liebling.
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306. In February 1964, Jimi Hendrix won first prize in the Apollo Theater amateur contest.
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307. Pete Shelley formed the group in 1976 and they achieved commercial success with hits including Ever Fallen In Love.
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310. Ted Nugent currently serves on the Board of Directors of the National Rifle Association.
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311. From that day, Django Reinhardt would play jazz music for the rest of his life.
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313. Nile Rodgers was involved with the Live Aid concert and worked on various soundtracks.
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314. Jimi Hendrix hit New York in 1964, changing his name to Jimmy James and fronting his own band called the Blue Flames.
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316. Pete Shelley was the author of plays, poetry, essays, and voluminous amounts of letters.
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319. In October 1963, Eric Clapton joined the Yardbirds, a blues-influenced rock and roll band, and stayed with them until March 1965.
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321. Tyler Perry said his father beat his mother the entire way home.
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322. In 1964 Richard Hendrix moved to New York and using the name Jimmy James fronted his own band, called the Blue Flames.
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323. Pete Townshend published a semi-autobiographical story The Boy Who Heard Music as a serial on a blog beginning in September 2005.
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324. In 2010 Eric Clapton started appearing as a spokesman for T-Mobile, advertising their MyTouch Fender cell phone.
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325. In 1964 Jimi Hendrix moved to New York and using the name Jimmy James fronted his own band, called the Blue Flames.
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326. Dave Davies brought in a back-up band to play with him on this record.
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327. At the age of ten, Django Reinhardt was given a banjo-guitar, which he practiced obsessively, becoming good enough by age 13 to perform as a sideman in low-level Parisian dance halls.
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328. Jimi Hendrix toured with the Isleys during much of 1964, but near the end of October, after growing tired of playing the same set every night, he left the band.
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329. Dave Davies joins Johnnie to recall the 1970s with—and without the Kinks.
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330. Pete Shelley based the tragedy of The Cenci on the history of a sixteenth-century Italian noble family.
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331. Roy Clark died on November 15, 2018 in Tulsa, Oklahoma from complications of pneumonia at the age of 85.
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