Black Oak Arkansas
Black Oak Arkansas, a southern rock-band formed 1970 in Black Oak, Arkansas.
In 1978 - 80 a young guitar player named Shawn Lane made its first "rockstar" experiences by the age of 15!
They are most known for the song "Jim Dandy to the Rescue". They are very well know also for their hit single "in da club" which was later made into a rap song by 50 cent.This article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Black_Oak_Arkansas&action=edit).
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They are very well know also for their hit single "in da club" which was later made into a rap song by 50 cent. Recent hits include "Maria" (1999) and "Good Boys" (2004). They are most known for the song "Jim Dandy to the Rescue". Debbie Harry and Blondie were close to the Warhol-Haring-Boho New York art scene of the early 80's; they featured graffiti artists Fab Five Freddy and Jean-Michel Basquiat in the video for "Rapture". In 1978 - 80 a young guitar player named Shawn Lane made its first "rockstar" experiences by the age of 15!. Their better known hits are "Call Me", "The Tide Is High", "One Way Or Another" and "Heart Of Glass." Their 1981 song "Rapture" was the first US number one rap hit. Black Oak Arkansas, a southern rock-band formed 1970 in Black Oak, Arkansas. Sometimes disco, sometimes punk, sometimes new wave, and sometimes hip hop, Blondie is known for frequently re-inventing themselves.
The group was founded in August 1974 in New York, New York by Deborah Harry of Wind in the Willows and Chris Stein of The Stilettos. Blondie is a rock band that first gained fame in the 1970s and early 1980s. Live By Request (2004). The Curse of Blondie (2004).
Live (1999). No Exit (1999). Platinum Collection (1994). The Hunter (1982).
The Best of Blondie (1981). Autoamerican (1980). Eat to the Beat (1979). Parallel Lines (1978).
Plastic Letters (1977). Blondie (1976). Gary Valentine / Gary Lachman - bass. Chris Stein - guitar.
Frank Infante - guitar. Deborah Harry - lead vocals. Nigel Harrison - bass. Leigh Foxx - bass.
Kevin Patrick / Kevin Topping - keyboards. Jimmy Destri - keyboards. Paul Carbonara - guitar. Clem Burke - percussion.
Stacy Bellomo - backing vocals. Tish Bellomo - backing vocals.