Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 9,350,000 search results

  1. Jun 9, 2021 · Alex Harvey died from a heart attack while on the road, one of rock's greatest performers derailed by a series of tragedies (Image credit: Ian Dickson/Getty Images) The beat was so slow it broadcast nothing but aggression. The band knew you knew the riff, and understood your need to hear it faster.

  2. Alexander James Harvey (5 February 1935 – 4 February 1982) was a Scottish rock and blues musician. Although his career spanned almost three decades, he is best remembered as the frontman of the Sensational Alex Harvey Band, with whom he built a reputation as an exciting live performer during the era of glam rock in the 1970s. Biography[ edit]

  3. Apr 5, 2020 · Songwriter Alex Harvey, whose hits included Tanya Tucker's “Delta Dawn” and Kenny Rogers & The First Edition's “Reuben James,” died Saturday (April 4) according to a Facebook post by his wife....

  4. Feb 5, 2023 · In 1956, Alex won a talent competition as “Scotland’s answer to Tommy Steele,” then took his skiffle sound out on the road with the Kansas City Counts. When the skiffle craze petered out, he...

  5. Alex Harvey was born in rural western Tennessee near Brownsville. In 1964, Harvey graduated from Murray State University in Kentucky with a master's degree in Music and Education, and he also studied acting in Los Angeles. Alex Harvey performed and recorded as a musician throughout the 1970s and 1980s.

  6. › name › nm0367411Alex Harvey - IMDb

    Alex Harvey has been a successful country songwriter for over four decades. His songs have been recorded by many major recording stars including Sammy Davis Jr., Henry Mancini, Eydie Gormé, Peggy Lee, Bette Midler, Billy Ray Cyrus and Jimmy Buffett. His biggest hits have been "Delta Dawn" for Tanya Tucker and "Reuben James" for Kenny Rogers. Kenny Rogers has recorded nearly 20 of Alex's songs.

  7. Jun 30, 2020 · If 1975 saw The Sensational Alex Harvey Band crack it, the following year saw the house of cards come tumbling down. Yet it had started promisingly with SAHB Stories (their last UK chart album), and was buoyed by appearances with The Who at Charlton and Parkhead football grounds. The well-lubricated terrace crowds were a powder keg primed to go off, but the charismatic Alex kept them under control.

  1. People also search for