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The benefit produced a classic Boston moment, as Evan Dando showed up late to his own set.
He sounded as golden-voiced as ever, and continues to be unreasonably handsome.
He also had guest spots on shows like Night Court and Star Trek: The Next Generation.
and died from complications related to the disease shortly afterwards. When Cameo first hit the scene, Wayne Cooper (1st, black and white photo) was the lead singer. " "We're Going Out Tonight," and "Shake Your Pants." Before joining Cameo, Cooper reportedly was featured on background vocals on Eddie Kendricks' solo albums.
This evening we saw The Dart Valley Stompers (pictured) playing at the Salisbury Jazz Club.
The band comprised Graham Trevarton (trumpet, vocals), Ron Milford (trombone, vocals), Jeremy Huggett (clarinet, soprano sax, tenor sax, vocals), Tony Mann (string bass), Howard Williams, (banjo, guitar) and Chris Stockings (drums).
We like to call these our city’s “movers, shakers, and other news-makers” (though we admit we’re not entirely sure what a “shaker” might be), but there’s no question that the people featured on the following pages were prime movers and news-makers in their various fields — politicians, entrepreneurs, business leaders, athletes, musicians, and more.
Singer was found dead inside his Northridge, California home by a close friend. Eulogies at James' funerial service were delivered by Elvin Lincoln in Misfits of Science (1985), the 'monsters' in Prophecy (1979), Harry and the Hendersons (1987), Predator (1987), and Predator 2 (1990).Cooper is considered one of the best falsetto vocalists of all-time, in the same league as Bobby De Barge and Philip Bailey.Cooper reportedly left Cameo to pursue a solo career but his career was cut short by his death-that is still shrouded in mystery.There was a sense of reconciliation in the air, a coming to terms with both the past and the future. But I’m not planning on it.” Hatfield’s work helped set the template for what we often think of as “’90s rock,” with a reliance on elastic bass lines that hug the composition, sweet and sad harmonies, guitar fuzz that feels as warm as a thrift store sweater and lyrics that ping-pong between unguarded emotionalism and cutting wit.For three of the artists on the bill, the show also felt like the first step into the next phase of their careers. Her influence can be seen on young artists across the gender spectrum; Shamir covered the Blake Babies song “Rain” on his new surprise album, Hope, immediately after discovering the band. Strohm (@johnpstrohm) April 17, 2017 “There are people who haven’t even discovered me yet, and will. I never thought I would have a straight job or a family.