Country singer/songwriter; wrote 'I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water' (1965 Country #8 hit), later covered by Elvis. Co-Founder of 'The Nashville Edition' session vocal group. Sang back up for Elvis on hits like 'You're The Devil In Disguise'
Composer (usually w/lyricist Hal David) - Walk On By, Alfie, Anyone Who Had A Heart, I Say A Little Prayer, The Way To San Jose, The Look Of Love, Close To You, Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head, What The World Needs Now, 70 Top 40 Hits
Folk Singer/Songwriter - Woodstock Diamonds & Rust, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (The Band cover), There But For Fortune (Phil Ochs cover), Farewell Angelina, Joe Hill, Love Is Just a Four-Letter Word, We Shall Overcome (gospel). Activist
Brit-born American drummer, born 1934. Played for Queen Elizabeth in 1952, worked with Dizzy Gillespie, Sinatra, Benny Goodman, Fred Astaire, Miles Davis, many more. Played on the soundtrack of 'A Charlie Brown Christmas.'
Singer. Actress - Carmen Jones, Porgy & Bess, St. Louis Blues, That Certain Feeling, All The Fine Young Cannibals, The Landlord, The Fox & The Hound (v/Big Mama). Tony Award winner for the all black Broadway production of Hello Dolly in 1968
Singer/Actor - The Jack Benny Show (radio, 1930s), The Marx Brothers At The Circus, The Harvey Girls, The Mikado, Stage Door Canteen, Calendar Girl, King Of Burlesque, 52nd Street, Mr. Dodd Takes The Air
English actor, singer, and broadcaster (b. 1962). He made his West End debut in the original London production of 'Les Mis' and starred in 'The Phantom of the Opera' (1987). In 1989, he reached no. 2 in the UK Singles Chart with 'Love Changes Everything'
R&B Singer/Songwriter - w/The Midnighters: Work With Me Annie; Annie Had A Baby; Sexy Ways; Finger Poppin' Time; Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go; The Hoochi Coochi Coo; The Switch-A-Roo; The Twist (the original, later covered by Chubby Checker). R&R HOF '90
American Comedian/Actress/Singer (b: 1925) - 'The Mothers-in-Law', 'The Doris Day Show', 'Baby Geniuses', 'The Ritz', 'Freaky Friday', 'Which Way to the Front','Girl Most Likely', 'All My Children', 'What A Dummy', 'Due South', 'Falling in Love Again'
John Barbata (born April 1, 1945) is an American drummer, born in Passaic, New Jersey and raised in San Luis Obispo, California, active especially in pop and rock bands in the 1960s and 1970s, both as a band member and as a session drummer.
Musician-Danny Barcelona was a jazz drummer best known for his years with Louis Armstrong's All-Stars. He was a Filipino-American born in Waipahu a community of sugar cane plantation families East of Honolulu, Hawaii
English Singer - Operetta, Stage Musicals, Contemporary Music And Jazz Singer. She has appeared in London's West End, notably as Christine in The Phantom of the OperaShowstoppers and West End Nights! Broadway Lights!
Author/columnist/publisher & musician/Member of Hard Rock Remainders/ 'How to Play the Harmonica: & Other Life Lessons' 'Write That Book Already! The Tough Love You Need to Get Published Now' 'Hard Listening: The Greatest Rock Band Ever'