Paul Butterfield (17 December 1942 – 4 May 1987) was an American blues vocalist and harmonica player, who founded the Paul Butterfield Blues Band in the early 1960s and performed at the original Woodstock Festival. He died of drug-related heart failure.
“Born In Chicago” Live @ Monterey Pop Festival – 1967
Paul Butterfield Blues Band’s best album:
- Randy Travis (Born May 4, 1959) is an American country music singer and actor. Since 1985, he has recorded 20 studio albums and charted more than 30 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, and 22 of these were number one hits. Considered a pivotal figure in the history of country music, Travis broke through in the mid-1980s with the release of his album Storms of Life, which sold more than three million copies. The album established him as a major force in the Neotraditional country movement. Travis followed up his successful debut with a string of platinum and multi-platinum albums.
his best album: “Storms of Life”:
- Bob Dylan records: Man Gave Name to all the Animals, When He Returns, Do Right To Me & Gotta Serve Somebody @ Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Sheffield, Alabama in 1979
“Gotta Serve Somebody” is a song by Bob Dylan from his 1979 studio album Slow Train Coming. It won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Male in 1980. The song was recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. It stands as Dylan’s last hit single, peaking at #24 on the Billboard Magazine Hot 100 singles chart. The b-side, “Trouble in Mind” was a Dylan original that did not appear on the album.
- “Be-Bop-A-Lula” is a rockabilly song first recorded in 1956 by Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps.
Capitol invited Vincent to record the song and it was recorded at Owen Bradley‘s studio in Nashville, Tennessee on May 4, 1956. Cliff Gallup (lead guitar),“Wee” Willie Williams (rhythm guitar), “Jumpin'” Jack Neal (string bass), and Dickie “Be Bop” Harrell (drums) comprised the band.
- Michael Ryan Pritchard (born May 4, 1972) is an American musician, best known as the bassist, backing vocalist and co-founder of the American rock band Green Day. While at school, he would play “air-bass.” While pretending to pluck the strings, he made the noise, “dirnt, dirnt, dirnt”. As a result, his schoolmates began to call him “Mike Dirnt“.
- Dick Dale (born Richard Anthony Monsour on May 4, 1937) is an American surf rock guitarist, known as The King of the Surf Guitar. He experimented with reverberation and made use of custom made Fender amplifiers, including the first-ever 100-watt guitar amplifier.
- Soozie Tyrell, (born May 4, 1957), formerly known as Soozie Kirschner, is an Americanviolinist and vocalist, most known for her work with Bruce Springsteen in the E Street Band.