Ben E. King B E King, B. E. King, B. King, B.B. King, B.E. King, B.E.King, B.King, BE King, Ben - King, Ben & King, Ben E King, Ben E King1, Ben E Nelson, Ben E. King Jr., Ben E. King, Ben. E, Ben E. King, Jr., Ben E.King, Ben King, Ben. E. King, Bene King, Benny King, Beny King, Bet E King, C. King, D.E. King, E. King, K. u. T. King, King, King Ben, King Ben E, King Ben E., King Cool, King Nelson, King, Ben E., King/Nelson, kring, Nelson, Ring, Бен Екин, ベン・E・キングAmerican soul singer, born 28 September 1938 in Henderson, North Carolina, USA, died 30 April 2015 in Hackensack, New Jersey, USA.
Bo Diddley B. Diddley, B. Didley, B.Didddley, B.Diddley, BD, Bo Diddely, Bo Diddly, Bo Didley, Bo-Diddley, Bob Diddley, Diddley, E. McDaniels, ボ・ディドリー(December 30, 1928, McComb, MS, United States - June 2, 2008, Archer, Florida, United States.) An influential singer & guitarist who recorded his best known material for the Checker and Chess labels. In 1955, Diddley scored his first hit with the double sided single "Bo Diddley"/"I'm A Man" and a string of R&B hits followed through the 50's & early 60's, most notably "Diddley Daddy", "Say Man", "Roadrunner" and "Mona". His trademark rhythm, the "Bo Diddley Beat" (shave-and-a-haircut, two bits), was an acknowledged influence on Buddy Holly, The Rolling Stones, Jim Morrison, The Yardbirds and George Thorogood, among others. Diddley was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in 1987 (Performer). From 1960 to 1980 he was married to Kay McDaniel (born Kay Reynolds)
Doug Lazy Doug Finley, Gene "Doug Lazy" Finley, Gene Finley, LazyMore widely known for his production work, Lazy's own recorded output portrays not only a love of hip-hop energy, but also an eye for house music's pulsing rhythms. As a producer he is one of the more credible exponents of the hip house movement, while his solo hits include "Let It Roll" and "Let The Rhythm Pump", the latter based on Funkadelic's "One Nation Under A Groove". He also appeared on Raze's 1991 single, "Bass Power".