Productions[ edit ] Original Broadway production and tour[ edit ] The original production premiered on Broadway at the Uris Theatre on March 1, and closed on June 29, after performances and 19 previews.
He grew up in a musical household, where everyone loved to sing. Bill expanded his musical horizons both through listening to the radio and through borrowing records from his two older sisters.
From high school onward, Bill either had a band to play with or was looking for one. This endeavor took him to Berklee College of Music in Boston where he studied voice, and back to New Jersey where he would commute to work in New York, and eventually down to Austin, Texas.
Though there were a few more moves after his first visit to Austin, he settled there for good in He joined the Mystiqueros through an act of fate; Walt Whitkins needed a bass player, and their mutual friend, Marcus Eldridge, reminded Walt that Bill played bass. At their first show in Gruene Hall inthe band clicked and has been making music together ever since.
Brian had music in his blood from the very beginning as his father played saxophone with Swamp Pop Legends, The Shondells, leading him to double major in trumpet and vocal performance.
Ultimately, the vocals won out and Brian pursued music as a singer rather than a trumpet player. Brian hails from Louisiana, and incorporated sounds from this upbringing into his latest album, Right Hand Road. When asked to explain how he incorporated the sounds of Louisiana into his album, he said "to me the record symbolizes getting to go back home Going back to Lafayette meant working with people who have the same set of references.
I have worked with people who can play a second line groove, but with these musicians it was so much easier to express the minutiae that make a groove specific". Billy was born in Evanston Illinois, and after moving around the state, attended high school in Chicago. After graduation, he moved to San Francisco seeking a band to play with.
While he was living out of his VW van, he found one called Flame, which was together for six years and released two albums. Though he was never the singer of Flame, Billy wrote songs the entire time, and upon the break up of the band he began playing solo gigs around the Bay Area.
The location didn't seem right to him, and from there Billy moved down to Austin, Texas where he has released an EP and seven full length albums, most recently Elephants in the Room in Bobby began his professional recording career in Nashville in recording for both Nugget and Monument Records before heading to Hollywood and signing with RCA records in In the early 80s, he started his own record company, Golden Egg Records and has released his albums from with this label ever since.
Neihardt Center in Bancroft, Nebraska. With a career spanning decades, Bobby toured from until his death indelighting audiences across the country with his sultry but still rock and roll style of saxophone.
From a young age, Bobby had music in his blood, starting his first tour with Bobby Vee and Buddy Holly when he was just 15 years old. His career took off from there, meeting the Rolling Stones, who he would later go on to record and tour with, in It is also rumored that Bobby participated in the last ever recording session between Paul McCartney and John Lennon in though he could not remember if he participated in the session.
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