Rick Derringer

Rick Derringer (Rick Zehringer) is an American guitarist, vocalist, and entertainer born at Fort Recovery, Ohio. When he was just 17, his band "The McCoys" recorded the No. 1 hit "Hang On Sloopy" in the summer of 1965, knocking "Yesterday" by The Beatles out of the top spot.

Derringer also recorded and played on a studio album and a live album with Johnny Winter in the Johnny Winter Band, and also with Edgar Winter in the mid-1970s after guitarist Ronnie Montrose left the Edgar Winter Band. One of his best solos can be found on "Tobacco Road" from the Edgar Winter live album Roadwork. Derringer also had a successful solo career, and his solo version of "Rock 'n Roll Hoochie Koo" was a hit single.

In the 1980s, Derringer expanded his producing skills, discovering "Weird Al" Yankovic as well as Mason Ruffner.

Derringer has played various styles of music and is a master of the electric guitar. Recent releases include Tend The Fire (1997), DBA-Derringer, Bogert & Appice (2001) and Free Ride Smooth Jazz (2002). He also guested on Mambo Sons debut CD (1999) and Damon Fowler's Riverview Drive (2000).

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He also guested on Mambo Sons debut CD (1999) and Damon Fowler's Riverview Drive (2000). The lead single of this album will be featuring the artist, Loon called, "Lifestyle Of A Superstar". Recent releases include Tend The Fire (1997), DBA-Derringer, Bogert & Appice (2001) and Free Ride Smooth Jazz (2002). 3: The Game of Death, and scheduled for release in April 2005. Derringer has played various styles of music and is a master of the electric guitar. 2, in May 2003 and March 2004. Another album is on the way, titled Streetsweepers Vol. In the 1980s, Derringer expanded his producing skills, discovering "Weird Al" Yankovic as well as Mason Ruffner. Kay Slay has released two albums, Streetsweepers Vol.1 and Streetsweepers Vol.

Derringer also had a successful solo career, and his solo version of "Rock 'n Roll Hoochie Koo" was a hit single. In 2004, another single and video were released for "Who Gives A...Where You From". One of his best solos can be found on "Tobacco Road" from the Edgar Winter live album Roadwork. In the summer of 2003, Kay Slay released a single and music video of his own for a track called "Too Much For Me", which featured rapping from Loon, Nas, and Foxy Brown, and a sung chorus by relative newcomer, Amerie; though the song itself failed to hit big, its music video was aired on MTV Jams and BET. Derringer also recorded and played on a studio album and a live album with Johnny Winter in the Johnny Winter Band, and also with Edgar Winter in the mid-1970s after guitarist Ronnie Montrose left the Edgar Winter Band. DJ Kay Slay's Thursday night show on the Hot 97 radio station in Manhattan, New York and his constant stream of mixtapes are now watched closely by record executives who want to sign the next big hip-hop artist. 1 hit "Hang On Sloopy" in the summer of 1965, knocking "Yesterday" by The Beatles out of the top spot. The majority of commercial mainstream hip-hop artists send their "disses" [1] (http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=dis&defid=718156) to "the Drama King," and up-and-coming artists try to get air time on his show so they can can have similar success such as the rapper, 50 Cent.

When he was just 17, his band "The McCoys" recorded the No. In 2001, when Jay-Z and Nas's rivalry erupted on Kay Slay tapes, everything changed for him. Rick Derringer (Rick Zehringer) is an American guitarist, vocalist, and entertainer born at Fort Recovery, Ohio. He made his way spinning records and releasing mixtapes, all the while trying to get some money and a record contract. When the New York City Transit Police cracked down on graffiti in the late 1980s, Kay Slay took up turntables. He was featured in the classic hip-hop documentaries Wild Style and Style Wars.

Originally from East Harlem in New York, Kenneth started out with graffiti, using his tag name, DEZ. The New York Times called him "Hip-Hop's One-Man Ministry of Insults.". DJ Kay Slay, also known as the Drama King, (born Kenneth Gleason) is the ringmaster of the new hip-hop rivalries, played out on his mixtapes.

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