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Published Date: 9/7/2015
Keith Moon, drummer for the Who, was a brilliant percussionist as famous for his legendary behavior as his groundbreaking contributions to rock music. Moon's characteristic drumming style helped to propel the Who into superstardom in the 1960s and cemented his own...
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Published Date: 9/2/2015
Bob Denver was an icon of 1960s television, thanks to his role as hapless sailor Gilligan on the classic sitcom "Gilligan's Island." Add that to a role as beatnik Maynard G. Krebs on another '60s favorite, "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis," and it's clear that Denver...
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Published Date: 8/28/2015
Character actress Nancy Kulp was known best for her role on one of the legendary sitcoms of the 1960s: She played Miss Jane Hathaway on "The Beverly Hillbillies." She was a part of the show for its full nine-season run, winning an Emmy Award for her performance in...
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Published Date: 8/18/2015
Singer-songwriter Scott McKenzie captured the gentle, hopeful air of the 1960s youth culture with his hit song "San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" in 1967. We remember McKenzie's life today as well as the lives of other notable people who died this...
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Published Date: 8/16/2015
Singer Eydie Gormé was known best as one-half of a husband-and-wife duo: Steve and Eydie. Along with husband Steve Lawrence, she exemplified 1960s pop with songs like "I Just Want To Stay Here" and "This Could Be the Start of Something." The duo appeared all over TV,...
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Published Date: 8/10/2015
Jimmy Dean may be the only person in the Country Music Hall of Fame who also appeared in a James Bond film and made a fortune selling sausage. Dean began his musical career in the early 1950s, performing pop and country music and scoring several hits. His natural charm...
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