Music Diary – 14th December

Welcome to my Music Diary – today for the 14th December!

Cliff Williams (AC/DC)

Cliff Williams (AC/DC)

Happy birthday to AC/DC bassist Clifford „Cliff“ Williams, who was born on the 14th December 1949 in Romford, Essex (UK). In June 1977 he replaced Mark Evans in the band line up beside the brothers Angus and Malcolm Young, Bon Scott and Phil Rudd. Cliff played his first two shows for AC/DC in July 1977 at the legendary club „Bondi Lifesaver“ in Sydney.


Bef
ore Cliff Williams joined AC/DC he played in the British bands Home and Bandit. His first studio album with AC/DC was „Powerage„, which was released on 5th May 1978. SInce then his playing can be heard on all AC/DC LPs – also on the latest release „Rock or Bust„, which hit the stores on the 28th November 2014 and went to No.1 in several countries like Austria, Germany and Canada.

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Music Diary – 24th October

Welcome to my Music Diary – today for the 24th October!

Bill Wyman

Bill Wyman

Happy birthday to Mr. William George Perks „Bill“ Wyman, who was born on the 24th October 1936 in Penge, Kent (UK). Bill Wyman was the bassist for The Rolling Stones from 1962 until 1993. Hired officially on the 7th December 1962, he announced his leaving after the Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tours (1989 – 1990) in January 1993. Darryl Jones took over his place and Bill started in 1997 his own band Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings (featuring Albert Lee and Georgie Fame).


When Bill joined The Rolling Stones in 1962, the band was also impressed by his instrument and amplifiers. Wyman was married, employed and the oldest member of the Stones at their beginning. Drummer Charlie Watts followed in January 1963 and so the classic line up was complete with Mick Jagger (Vocals, Harmonica), Keith Richards (Guitar), Brian Jones (Guitar) and Ian Stewart (Keyboards). With the release (7th June 1963) of the first single „Come On“ (Chuck Berry cover) the legendary history of The Rolling Stones has been started.

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