MAKIN' MUSIC - MICHIGAN'S ROCK & ROLL LEGACY
Offered in Partnership with the State of Michigan
Sales Benefit SegerNet and Michigan History Magazine


ON THE COVER: Detroit-born Bob Seger is one of many Michiganians who
created America's Soundtrack for the second half of the Twentieth Century.

MAKIN' MUSIC - MICHIGAN'S ROCK & ROLL LEGACY
by LeRoy Barnett and Carolyn Damstra

Celebrates the songwriters and rock stars who can claim Michigan roots. Gives brief biographies and hit songs for natives like Bob Seger (pgs 40 - 45), Ted Nugent, Alice Cooper, and Mitch Ryder, early rockers Bill Haley, Hank Ballard, and Del Shannon, and transplanted natives such as John Lee Hooker and Wilson Pickett. Features performers from the Motown era including Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, The Supremes, Jackie Wilson, lots more. Many of these artists are inductees in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (see below).

NEW! Listen to INTERVIEW - Carolyn Damstra with WKAR's Scott Pohl - December 6, 2002 - Real Audio

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Michigan's inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame:
This list is for reference only and is not the complete list of artists in the book

Hank Ballard The Four Tops Aretha Franklin
Glenn Frey (of the Eagles) Marvin Gaye Berry Gordy
Al Green Bill Haley Holland-Dozier-Holland
Johnny Lee Hooker Martha and the Vandellas Wilson Pickett
Smokey Robinson  Bob Seger Del Shannon
The Supremes The Temptations Stevie Wonder

 

MAKIN' MUSIC - MICHIGAN'S ROCK & ROLL LEGACY
Offered in Partnership with the State of Michigan
Sales Benefit SegerNet and Michigan History Magazine

 

 
 
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