Apr 15, 2021 · James Joseph Brown (May 3, 1933 – December 25, 2006) was an American singer, songwriter, dancer, musician, record producer, and bandleader. The central progenitor of funk music and a major figure of 20th-century music, he is often referred to by the honorific nicknames "Godfather of Soul", "Mr. Dynamite", and "Soul Brother No. 1".
2 days ago · James Brown – CBS 1985–1993, Fox 1994–2006, CBS 2006–present Tiffany Cherry – Fox Footy 2002–2006 ESPN 2007 –present Matt Chilton – Eurosport 1992–present, BBC Sport 1995–present, ITV Sport 2011
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Apr 29, 2021 · This is a discography chronicling the musical career of James Brown. Brown joined Bobby Byrd's vocal group The Flames in 1953, first as a drummer, and then as leading front man. Later becoming The Famous Flames , they signed with Federal Records in 1956 and recorded their first hit single, " Please, Please, Please ", which sold over a million ...
Apr 20, 2021 · He is best known for his various assignments for CBS Sports (most notably, the National Football League and NCAA basketball). The older brother of news and sportscaster Bryant Gumbel , he became the first African-American announcer to call play-by-play of a major sports championship in the United States when he announced Super Bowl XXXV for the CBS network in 2001.
Apr 14, 2021 · "That's Life" is a popular song written by Dean Kay and Kelly Gordon and first recorded in 1963 by Marion Montgomery. The song has an uplifting message that, despite the ups and downs in life, one shouldn't give up but keep positive, because soon one will be "back on top".
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Apr 29, 2021 · James Brown, (born May 3, 1933, Barnwell, South Carolina, U.S.—died December 25, 2006, Atlanta, Georgia), American singer, songwriter, arranger, and dancer, who was one of the most important and influential entertainers in 20th-century popular music and whose remarkable achievements earned him the sobriquet “the Hardest-Working Man in Show Business.”