George benson - inspiration - a tribute to nat king cole


    Benson clambered to the top of the Billboard Jazz chart with his release “Bad Benson”, and he also released a version of The Beatles’ 1969 album “Abbey Road” called “The Other Side of Abbey Road”. Around this time, Benson was also a musician for hire, playing many sessions for other aritsts, such as Freddie Hubbard and Stanley Turrentine.

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    Benson was born and raised in the Hill District in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania . [5] [6] At the age of seven, he first played the ukulele in a corner drug store, for which he was paid a few dollars. At the age of eight, he played guitar [5] in an unlicensed nightclub on Friday and Saturday nights, but the police soon closed the club down. At the age of 9, he started to record. Out of the four sides he cut, two were released: "She Makes Me Mad" backed with "It Should Have Been Me", [1] with RCA-Victor in New York; although one source indicates this record was released under the name "Little Georgie", [5] while the 45rpm label is printed with the name George single was produced by Leroy Kirkland for RCA's rhythm and blues label, Groove Records. [7] As he has stated in an interview, Benson's introduction to showbusiness had an effect on his schooling. When this was discovered (tied with the failure of his single) his guitar was impounded. Luckily, after he spent time in a juvenile detention centre his stepfather made him a new guitar.*


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