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Ron Wood, born in Hillington (London), is a guitarist, artist and songwriter. Hew was member of various bands, for example, the Birds were his first band, the Creation the second. Later, he played bass in the Jeff Beck Group before changing to the Small Faces who broke up in the 1970’s. Ron Wood also both started a solo career and became a member of the Rolling Stones in the 1970’s. With his new bandmates, Wood released the albums “Black and Blue” (1976), “Love You Live” (1977) and “Some Girls” (1978). The Rolling Stones are famous for hits like “Emotional Rescue” and “Tattoo You”.
In the 80’s and 90’s, Wood also released his own albums. It is worth mentioning that he recorded songs with David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, and others.
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George Ezra is a songwriter and folk-pop singer from the United Kingdom who has become famous only a few years ago: He published his first EP “Did You Hear the Rain” in 2013 and his first album “Wanted on Voyage” in the next year. The latter became the number one in several countries and contained the hits “Budapest” and “Cassy O”. In 2018, Ezra’s second album was released, “Staying at Tamara’s”, that also became the number one in his home country.
Ezra is said to be influenced by Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie. Although he is relatively young, his voice is unusually strong.
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Kanye West is a producer and rapper born in Atlanta, Georgia. He started studying at an art academy, but did not graduate because he wanted to be part of the music business. Initially, he produced songs for Mos Def, Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, Jay Z and others. But as Pharrell Williams, he wanted to perform himself.
And the incident that triggered West’s singer career was a car accident! West wanted to dedicate a song to this incident and that is how “Through the Wire” was created. He completed his debut album “The College Dropout” that contained this song when he still was not cured. And the album made West famous in 2004. In his first album, there is a second song that is worth mentioning: In “Jesus Walks”, West criticizes the fact that a rapper will rather write songs about specific subjects (like violence) than about subjects like religion. Like this, West won two Grammies: For the “Jesus Walks” single and the album.
The rapper was also awarded with three Grammies for his next album “Late Registration” from 2005. In the following years, West published further albums. His last one is “God is Real” (2019).
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Nancy Sinatra, daughter of the singer Frank Sinatra, is a US-American actress and singer. Both her father and tutors gave her singing lessons, but she also took drama, piano and dancing lessons. She studied music at the University of California in Los Angeles. Like Kanye West, she did not graduate to dedicate her life to a music career.
Her first performance took place in 1957, but Nancy did not have success. The songwriter Lee Hazlewood gave her the advice to modify her hairstyle, her make up, her clothes and her way of singing. And in 1966 finally, Sinatra gained success with the song “These Boots Are Made for Walking”. Further well-known songs by her are: “How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?”, “Sugar Town”, “Love Eyes”, “Lightning’s Girl”, “Tony Rome” and “Somethin’ Stupid”. She recorded the latter with her father. Nancy Sinatra stopped performing for a while and returned in the 1990’s and the 2000’s with several albums.
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