The Tielman Brothers.
Band inilah yang meng-inspirasikan THE BEATLES!!! band ini datang sebelum masa-masa Rock and Roll… dan band ini adalah “ORANG INDONESIA!!!”Padahal jauh sebelum The Beatles terkenal dan saat beatles masih manggung di cafe2 dan bar kecil di jerman tielman brothers telah wara wiri di stasiun televisi Jerman,Perlu di catat menurut sejarah Paul Mc Cartney sering mendatangi show band-band Indorock di jerman dan dia sangat terinspirasi akan musik-musik band indorock. Lanjutkan membaca
Widely regarded as one of the most influential bands in the history of rock, AC/DC pioneered the sound of hard rock and heavy metal music together with Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. The band was formed in 1973 in Sydney by Scottish-born brothers Angus and Malcolm Young. An early influence to the band’s career was their sister Margaret that came up with both the band’s name AC/DC (meaning alternating current / direct current) after she read it on an electrical machine and Angus’ trademark school uniform look (he was still a school student at the time). Lanjutkan membaca
FORMED: January 1963, London, England
The Rolling Stones define rock ‘n’ roll. They are the longest running act in the history of rock music, having remained wildly popular and prodigiously productive over their 30-year career. The group was formed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, who met as schoolmates in Dartford, Kent. The legend has them bumping into each other on the platform at Dartford railway station, where Keith notices a blues album under Mick’s arm. A bond is struck immediately and the pair go on to form a band with a variety of personnel, who eventually include a boogie-woogie pianist called Ian Stewart and a gifted blonde blues guitarist from Cheltenham called Brian Jones (although at the time he is calling himself Elmo Lewis for added authenticity). The best way to chronicle the Rolling Stones’ accomplishments is to break it down by year:
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The band was originally formed in 1968 by guitarist Jimmy Page under the name “the New Yardbirds” in order to fulfill some performance commitments booked before the break up of the original Yardbirds. Robert Plant was the singer. After those concerts the band’s name was changed to Led Zeppelin after Keith Moon, drummer with The Who, suggested they would “go over like a lead balloon”. They turned out to be one of the most popular and influential rock bands of the 1970s. Lanjutkan membaca