Table for Ten

March 2014
Elmore Magazine;Mar/Apr2014, Issue 61, p50
The article features several legendary men and women in the music industry in the U.S. Several artists and musicians being featured include Elvis Aaron Presley, who made rock and roll music a worldwide phenomenon, Bill Graham, who invented the modern rock concert format, and Robert Leroy Johnson, who recorded 29 songs before dying at age of 27. Other artist being featured include Scott Muni, Janis Lyn Joplin, and Leonard Chess.


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