ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, OCT. 7, 1988
By Steve Newton
Of the three big guitar names in seminal British blues-rock–Page, Beck, and Clapton–only the latter has chosen to take a player of his own calibre on tour with him. 347 more words
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Netflix has announced the launch of a new monthly music history documentary series, “ReMastered” beginning this fall on October 12. 594 more words
John Henry Creach was born in 1917 and enjoyed a journeyman’s career as a jazz violinist, occasionally scoring a big gig with Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole or Fats Waller, but more often scratching around, taking work where he could get it, including a five-year stint on an ocean liner. 451 more words
Bob Johnson was singled out because of his race at a luxurious Florida hotel, he said.
Bob Johnson, the founder of Black Entertainment Television, recently said that an employee at a luxurious Florida hotel discriminated against him. 382 more words