Ron Higgins

Ron Higgins

; Throughout the late 1960s, vocalist and songwriter Ron Higgins teamed with some of the best A-list New York City studio musicians to realize his artistic vision. Backed by recording members of The Strangeloves (I Want Candy, Hand Jive, etc.), Mr. Higgins laid down...
Mike McFadden

Mike McFadden

; The multi-talented Mike McFadden has been making music since the early 1960s. Starting out in Phoenix, AZ Mike played Rock n’ Roll and Surf covers to adoring high school audiences. By the mid 1960s his band The Mile Ends were packing local clubs and releasing...
Frank McChristian

Frank McChristian

; Boston based Frank McChristian’s 1970s body of work epitomized the happy-go-lucky, upbeat Pop movement established by icons such as Paul McCartney. In 1971, the talented singer, songwriter, and guitarist landed a development deal with Epic Records. He soon...
Dave Lowe

Dave Lowe

; Born and raised in South Dakota, Dave Lowe relocated to Phoenix, Arizona in 1956, just six days after getting married. Dave’s passion and aptitude for music soon led him to the well connected hit songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer, Connie Conway. Conway,...
Split Decision Band

Split Decision Band

; Hailing from Des Moines, Iowa, Midwest powerhouse Split Decision Band crushed dance floors with their high energy brand of Disco, Funk, and R&B. By the mid-1980s the band caught the attention of record producer and label owner, Lawrence Carroll. Lawrence signed...
BabyCakes

BabyCakes

; BabyCakes was discovered and developed by music industry veteran Steve Gordon. The sultry vocalist was heavily influenced by the female chart-toppers of her day including Jody Watley, Lisa Lisa and the Cult Jam and Exposé. BabyCakes recorded a handful of catchy...
Blitz Girls

Blitz Girls

; Following the demise of Phoenix Punk pioneers Billy Clone And The Same, drummer Derral Gleason headed to Boulder, CO and formed Blitz Girls. Derral quickly left the drum kit behind and stepped into the limelight as the primary creative force and lead vocalist of the...
The Now

The Now

; 1970s Prog Rock outfit, The Now, hailed from Phoenix, Arizona. The band featured the theatrical vocals of frontman Davey Lindenmuth, bassist Jimmy Simmons, guitarist Kenny Hall, drummer Gary Parra, and keyboardist/songwriter extraordinaire, Timmy A. Forkes. The Now...
Fantasy

Fantasy

; Chicago Soul staples The Triplett Twins (Leon and Levi) produced the act Fantasy recording the song “Betsy” in 1975. The Disco-infused opus was an homage to a car lovingly named Betsy. The Triplett Record Corporation pressed a 12” extended play single and shopped...
Tony Stevens Band

Tony Stevens Band

; Brit bassist Tony Stevens has lived the rock and roll life most aspiring musicians can only dream of. Stevens joined Savoy Brown in 1968 and co-authored the band’s Billboard charting 1970 Decca Records LP “Looking In.” By 1971, Stevens had co-founded Foghat,...
Dirk Debonaire

Dirk Debonaire

; In the early 80s, Dirk Debonaire lit up the San Diego party scene. Along with regularly packing area nightclubs, the boys also opened for headliners including Tears For Fears, The Motels and Billy Idol. Their wildly popular 1982 video single, Surf Party, showcased...
Baker DeCocq

Baker DeCocq

; Baker DeCocq formed in the early 80s in Grand Rapids, Michigan. By 1982, Bob DeCocq and Marshell Baker had written enough songs to record the band’s only album “Baker DeCocq and Friends.” The LP was an eclectic mix of Southern Rock and Country which found release on...

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