Goldmine bids farewell to Whitney Houston, Don Cornelius, King Stitt, Clare Fischer, Dick Kniss and David Peaston.
Farewell to artists and innovators Johnny Otis, Etta James, Jimmy Castor, Frank MIlano, Bob Weston, Robert Dickey, Ed Roman, Sam Rivers and Sean Bonniwell.
Farewell to Barbara Orbison, Dobie Gray, Billie Jo Spears, Bert Schneider, Thomas Roady, Don DeVito, Willard Tyler Sr., Howard Tate, Al Vega, John Larson, Barry Llewellyn, Paul Motian and Cesaria Evora.
It was the late 1960s when Roy Orbison met, fell in love with and wed his second wife, Barbara , the teenage daughter of a successful German dress manufacturer.
Farewell to Lee Pockriss, Heavy D, Yvonne “Dixie” Fasnacht, George Rountree, Beryl Davis, Arne Bue Jensen, Liz Anderson, Harold Davison, Hal Kanter and Cory Smoot.
Farewell to musicians and industry innovators including Billy Grammer, Jani Lane, Marshall Grant, Gene McDaniels, Delois Barrett Campbell, Dan Peek, Frank Foster, Gil Bernal, Joy Arroyo and Frank Martin
Farewell to musicians and industry innovators including Jerry Ragovoy, Rob Grill, Theodore Roszak, Manuel Galban, Amy Winehouse, Billy Blanco, Facundo Cabral and Jane Scott.
NEW YORK (AP) — Clarence Clemons, 69, the larger-than-life saxophone player for the E Street Band who was one of the key influences in Bruce Springsteen’s life and music through four decades, died June 18, 2011, after suffering a stroke. …
Our condolences to the friends and family of the great Clarence Clemons of the E Street Band
Original Blues Brothers Band trumpet player Alan Rubin has passed away in New York City on Wednesday, June 8.