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Prince Biography

Prince was created Prince Rogers Nelson on June 7, 1958, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He later changed his name four times. Prince after released the records 1999 and Purple Rain, cementing his celebrity status. The vocalist got international success together with the launch of his 1982 album, 1999, and went to ...

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Philip Bailey Biography

Produced on May 8, 1951, in Denver, Colorado, vocalist Philip Bailey became a star as an associate of the group Earth, Wind & Fire. His falsetto was heard on such an group’s tunes as well as on other gospel and pop endeavors, including the hit song “Easy Lover.” A seven-time ...

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Keith Urban Biography

Keith Urban determined to continue a solo career in the late 1990s. In 2000, Keith released his first, self-titled solo album. In 2001, Keith was named the CMA’s “Top New Male Vocalist.” Keith toured in 2004, and was named CMA’s “Entertainer of the Year” the subsequent year. Urban won his ...

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Ronnie Milsap Biography

Ronnie Milsap was born on January 16, 1943, in Robbinsville, North Carolina. Milsap’s debut record was released by Warner Brothers in 1971. During his career, he is had 40 number one country hits, won six Grammys and eight Country Music Association Awards. Blind since birth, Milsap spent his early childhood ...

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Kenny Rogers Biography

Kenny Rogers was born August 21, 1938, in Houston, Texas. Rogers released The Gambler in 1978. The title track became another enormous country and pop hit and gave Rogers his second Grammy Award. Along with his solo work, Rogers recorded a string of hits with country star Dottie West. With ...

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