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Ace Cannon - 43% match to The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett

Genres: Pop / Rock R&B / Soul Country & Bluegrass Instrumental Jazz Funk
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Johnny Cannon, 5 May 1934, Grenada, Mississippi, USA. Saxophonist Ace Cannon is best remembered for his 1962 US Top 20 single ‘Tuff’, on Hi Records. He began playing saxophone at the age of 10 and started working with country bands in Memphis in his teens. In the mid-50s he joined the band of Sun Records artist Billy Lee Riley. In early 1960 Cannon joined the Bill Read more

Ray Charles Singers - 37% match to The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett

Genres: Easy Listening Doo Wop
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Percy Faith - 36% match to The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett

Genres: Holiday & Seasonal Easy Listening Pop / Rock Drama Comedy Mystery / Thriller Vocals
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7 April 1908, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, d. 9 February 1976, Ericino, California, USA. During the 30s Faith worked extensively on radio in Canada, and moved to the USA in 1940 to take up a post with NBC. During the 50s he was musical director for Columbia Records, for whom he made a number of popular albums, mostly of mood music. He worked with Tony Bennett, with whom he had Read more

The Lettermen - 27% match to The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett

Genres: Holiday & Seasonal Pop / Rock Vocals Comedy
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The most famous line-up of this very successful US close-harmony pop trio comprised Tony Butala (20 November 1940, Sharon, Pennsylvania, USA), Bob Engemann (b. 19 February 1936, Highland Park, Michigan, USA), and Jim Pike (b. 6 November 1938, St. Louis, Missouri, USA). Pike, a letterman at Utah’s Brigham Young University, released an unsuccessful single on Warner Brothe Read more

Los Indios Tabajaras - 26% match to The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett

Genres: Pop / Rock World Music
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Musiperi and Herundy (Ceara, Brazil) were sons of a Tabajaras Indian chieftain of an isolated jungle tribe. The story circulated by their publicist stated that they found guitars mislaid by European explorers, and taught themselves to play. Next, they travelled to Rio de Janiero to perform South American folk in the city’s clubland where they were noticed by an agent wh Read more

John D. Loudermilk - 25% match to The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett

Genres: Pop / Rock Country & Bluegrass
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31 March 1934, Durham, North Carolina, USA. Loudermilk’s first musical experience was banging a drum for the Salvation Army; he played various instruments as a child and appeared regularly on the radio from the age of 11. In 1956, George Hamilton IV recorded his song ‘A Rose And A Baby Ruth’, which went from the local to the national charts, reaching number 6. Read more

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