By Mark Michaels
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Conneff, with Christy Moore) Prosperous, Tara. Sources Books Baggelaar, Kristin and Donald Milton, Folk Music: More Than a Song, Thomas Y. Crowell, 1976. The Penguin Encyclopedia of Popular Music, edited by Donald Clarke, Viking, 1989. Sand berg, Larry and Dick Weissman, The Folk Music Sourcebook, Knopf, 1976. , Irish Folk Music: A Selected Discography, Greenwood, 1989. Periodicals Billboard, April 7, 1990. Consumers' Research, February 1988. Frets, January 1988; October 1988. New York Times, March 19, 1988.
That's not what I want to do in my life; I didn't want to be a dwindling sideman. So I'm pretty happy . . now. " The oldest of three children, Clemons was born in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1942. His parents were hardworking and deeply religious, and the youngster sang in the church choir and with a family gospel group. "I grew up fast because I had to," Clemons remarked in Down Beat. "My father owned a fish market, and I helped him in the shop. We lived 15 miles from school, so I'd get up in the morning, go to school, and work at the market or deliver fish after school.
Began performing on weekly radio show in Birmingham, AL, with singing group Y-Teens at age 11; folk singer and guitarist in coffeehouses in New York City; performed as a pop and blues singer in Manhattan nightclubs. Actress appearing in stage musicals, including Hair, Miss Moffat, Dude, Jesus Christ Superstar, Rhapsody in Gershwin, Black Broadway, and Ain't Misbehavin; in television series, including Gimme a Break, 1981-87, 227, and You Take the Kids, 1990; in television specials, including Baryshnikov on Broadway, Christmas in Washington, and Nell Carter, Never Too Old to Dream; in television films, including Maid for Each Other, NBC, 1992; and in motion pictures, including Hair, 1979, Modern Problems, 1981, and Back Roads, 1981.
Blues Riffs for Guitar (The Riff Series) by Mark Michaels