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UNCLE KRACKER
MEMORABLE STAGE NAME BEN
STYLE COUNCIL
JIMSAKU -DUO
BILLY GRIFFIN
SMOKEY ROBINSON
MOTOWN
ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
PROLIFIC SOLO CAREER
SUBSEQUENT SOLO CAREER
ARABIAN PRINCE
MUSICIANS
MARLON JACKSON
LONG SOLO CAREER
FARNER
OWN SOLO CAREER
HITS
PASSING
FOCUS
DEPARTURE
PRIOR
OBLIGATIONS
MERCY
LEAVING
WAKE
GUITARIST
ARTISTS
FEATURING
EARNEST
GREAT SUCCESS
COUNTRY
SWEETS
VAUGHAN
FIRST
CORNELL
DETROIT
MEMBERS
GUITAR
RONNIE
ROLLING STONES
LAUNCHING
LAUNCH
RECORD PRODUCER
PART
BACHELOR
MICHIGAN
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Definitions

  1. His solo career was a great success as he continues to maintain a level of popularity even greater than when he was still with Malice Mizer.
  2. His solo career was cut short however because of a contract dispute with his record company which was not resolved until the Eagles reunited in 1994.

Uncle Kracker

  1. At the end of 2002, Uncle Kracker left the band to pursue a solo career.
  2. His DJ, Uncle Kracker, had a successful solo career during the spring and summer of 2001, leaving Rock without one of his most frequent collaborators. (Web site)

Memorable Stage Name Ben

  1. Treadwell rebuffed him and Nelson quit the group, at this point assuming the more memorable stage name Ben E. King in preparation for a solo career. (Web site)
  2. At this point he assumed the more memorable stage name Ben E. King in preparation for a solo career.

Style Council

  1. Paul Weller Discography, album covers and photographs from his solo career and The Jam, and Style Council.

Jimsaku -Duo

  1. During his solo career he formed Jimsaku -duo with Casiopea 's bassist Tetsuo Sakurai in 1989. (Web site)

Billy Griffin

  1. In 1972, Robinson left The Miracles for a successful solo career, replaced by Billy Griffin.

Smokey Robinson

  1. The new line-up took time to settle, while Smokey Robinson launched a solo career to great acclaim in 1973.

Motown

  1. Additionally Jermaine, who had married Berry Gordy's daughter Hazel, opted to remain at Motown for a full-time solo career. (Web site)

Allman Brothers Band

  1. They were divorced on January 16, 1979, by which time Allman had returned to the Allman Brothers Band and Cher had resumed her solo career. (Web site)

Prolific Solo Career

  1. While pursuing a prolific solo career, he became the lead singer for reggae group Inner Circle with whom he recorded until his death.
  2. Sadly, this would be Steve Hackett's last studio album with the band, although he would go on to a prolific solo career. (Web site)

Subsequent Solo Career

  1. He helped define punk music, and both with his band the Stooges and in his subsequent solo career, Iggy Pop had a far-reaching influence on later performers.

Arabian Prince

  1. Arabian Prince found the going tough when he departed the group for a solo career in 1988. (Web site)

Musicians

  1. Billy Burnette, Jr., is listed among the musicians on the album, and word is that he too will be embarking on a solo career of his own in the near future. (Web site)

Marlon Jackson

  1. Marlon Jackson also began a solo career, but neither he nor Jermaine had any charting success.

Long Solo Career

  1. Project, Aya Matsuura began what would become a long solo career. (Web site)

Farner

  1. Farner returned to his solo career, recording three Christian albums, before joining a band called "Adrenalin". (Web site)

Own Solo Career

  1. But beyond the Wailers' legacy, and his own solo career, the artist has also made a significant mark beyond the music scene.
  2. Keita Tachibana has now got his own solo career as well as being in a band. (Web site)
  3. Gregg has recently cultivated his own solo career with his albums, Gregg Bissonette and Submarine. (Web site)

Hits

  1. And in 1944 Jo Stafford had a hit on her own, ahead of the Pipers, and after a couple more hits, she left for good to pursue a solo career.

Passing

  1. Emmylou Harris first came to public attention as Gram Parsons's singing partner, but her solo career took off after his passing.

Focus

  1. In August 2009, Bill Champlin, who was with Chicago for 28 years, left the band to focus on his own music and solo career.[ 8]. (Web site)
  2. In 1976 Jan Akkerman left Focus and continued his solo career, and collaborations with other musicians.

Departure

  1. As rehearsals began for a new album, Woolly Wolstenholme announced his departure to pursue a solo career.
  2. October 4 — Fred Mascherino announces his departure from Taking Back Sunday, to pursue his solo career called The Color Fred.

Prior

  1. Prior to pursuing a solo career, Michael Johns performed in Atlanta with Jeff Bramwell and Hank Barbee and released an EP with local band Film.

Obligations

  1. Now free of any other obligations, Schenker set his sights on a solo career, forming the Michael Schenker Group immediately thereafter. (Web site)

Mercy

  1. Lord Have Mercy left Flipmode Squad in preference of a solo career in 2000, feeling that Busta was holding him down. (Web site)

Leaving

  1. In 1976 Ratledge decided to leave Soft Machine to build a solo career, leaving the band under the supervision of Karl Jenkins. (Web site)
  2. After leaving the seminal British prog-rock band Yes, drummer Bill Bruford went on to a fruitful solo career with his own self-titled jazz-rock outfit.

Wake

  1. In the wake of Crunk Juice, Lil Jon put his solo career on hold while his label went through bankruptcy hearings. (Web site)

Guitarist

  1. Since Bill Connors had wanted to concentrate on his solo career, the group had also hired a new guitarist.

Artists

  1. He is best known as lead guitarist with Paul McCartney, though he has worked with an extensive list of artists in addition to his own solo career.
  2. He has since gone on to a successful solo career and worked with artists such as Brian Eno and Peter Gabriel.

Featuring

  1. In 1994, his solo career began when he independently released Hear the Masses, featuring many of his Yanni bandmates.

Earnest

  1. After Marley's death Griffiths resumed her solo career in earnest, often recording in an American-influenced style. (Web site)

Great Success

  1. When Hoola Bandoola Band split, he commenced a solo career and made great success,in Sweden and abroad. (Web site)

Country

  1. In 1988, shortly after Jastix disbanded, he began a solo career and quickly became the biggest reggae singer in the country.

Sweets

  1. After his solo career, he played in small combos with Harry "Sweets" Edison and Al Grey as well as appearing with Count Basie. (Web site)

Vaughan

  1. Vaughan stayed with the band for a year, and then in late 1945 she began her long solo career. (Web site)
  2. Within a year, however, Vaughan wanted to give a solo career a try.

First

  1. With this band, which would be the first of the Brazilian rock style, Cazuza gained popularity and experience, departing for his solo career in 1985. (Web site)
  2. Flutist Hubert Laws began his solo career with two little-known LPs for Atlantic, of which this was the first. (Web site)
  3. In the 90's Weller started his solo career, first as The Paul Weller Movement and later on simply as Paul Weller. (Web site)

Cornell

  1. Cornell went on to pursue a solo career, releasing a solo album, Euphoria Morning. (Web site)
  2. Cornell left supergroup Audioslave earlier this year to press on with his solo career. (Web site)

Detroit

  1. After Williams had recovered enough to perform again, Motown made plans for a Paul Williams solo career, but he died at age 34 in Detroit on August 17, 1973. (Web site)

Members

  1. Later, one of the members of Instruktori left the band and started a successful solo career.
  2. While Alan Parsons pursued his own solo career and took many members of the Project on the road for the first time in a successful worldwide tour.

Guitar

  1. Initially, Enigk retired from the music industry, but he soon picked up his guitar and began writing new songs for a solo career.

Ronnie

  1. He stayed with the band until 1979 to start a solo career; then Ronnie Drew rejoined the band.

Rolling Stones

  1. The band formally broke up in 1975 with Ron Wood joining The Rolling Stones as their guitar player and Stewart pursuing his solo career.

Launching

  1. Gordon made an album with acoustic guitar legend Leo Kottke and two films before launching his own solo career. (Web site)
  2. Elvin Bishop was a member of The Paul Butterfield Blues Band before launching a successful solo career, and he's the guy to ask. (Web site)

Launch

  1. Wayne would launch his solo career a year later with the album Tha Block Is Hot, featuring the hit single title track. (Web site)
  2. With Herman, he had a hit with "Early Autumn" and after Getz left 'The Second Herd' he was able to launch his solo career. (Web site)

Record Producer

  1. Clement launched the solo career of Don Williams through his JMI record label, a project that also introduced Allen Reynolds as a record producer.
  2. Billy Griffin pursued a solo career, and Warren "Pete" Moore became a record producer in Detroit.

Part

  1. Prior to having a solo career, David Banner was part of the rap duo Crooked Lettaz which released an album called, Grey Skies in 1999. (Web site)
  2. DJ Cut Chemist was also part of the original group but left the band in 2006 to pursue a solo career.
  3. LISA - I, Rhythm << 3.22mb LISA used to be a part of m-flo before she left to persue a solo career.

Bachelor

  1. Mann continued her solo career with Lost in Space (2002), a somewhat more somber album in the same vein as Bachelor No.

Michigan

  1. She has an active solo career, performing with orchestras in Michigan, Virginia, Georgia and Iowa. (Web site)

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