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Al Kooper Celebrates a Half-Century of Super Sessions

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From MusicWorld, posted 1.11.08 Guess the two-word answer to a most enlightening list of questions. Who, in 1958 at the age of 14, joined the Royal Teens (Top Five hitmakers with “Short Shorts”)? Who, in 1960, began his career as a BMI songwriter with a number called “My Kinda Love,”… Read more...


BMI Hitmaker Gene Pitney Dies

From News, posted 4.05.06 BMI songwriter Gene Pitney, who shot to fame in the 1960s with the hits "Town Without Pity" and "Only Love Can Break a Heart," died April 5 in Cardiff, Wales. The 65-year-old was in the Welsh capitol in the middle of a 23-date tour of Great… Read more...


Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 1998

From News, posted 1.01.98 Eagles [w/ASCAP] Fleetwood Mac [w/ASCAP] Gene Pitney Lloyd Price Gene Vincent Mamas & Papas Santana Allen Toussaint Read more...