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Scholz recorded demos in Boston home studio, early 1970s; band lineup solidified, 1976; signed with Epic Records and released first album, Boston, 1976; signed with MCA Records and released Third Stage, 1986. Awards: Multiplatinum award for Boston; platinum awards for Don't Look Back and Third Stage. , Waltham, MA 02154. Scholz's early life did not suggest rock stardom. The only member of Boston not from that city, Scholz spent his youth earning good grades, playing center on the high school basketball team, and listening to rock music.
Department of State in Africa, 1976. Worked as deputy sheriff, Farmington (San Juan County), New Mexico, mid-1970s. Military service: Served with Army Corps of Engineers, 1946. Awards: Several Handy Blues awards; Grammy Award, 1982, for Alright Again. , Box 60234, Chicago, IL 60660. Peacock; some, including "Dirty Work at the Crossroads," "Okie Dokie Stomp," and "Ain't That Dandy," became national hits and remain in the musician's repertoire today. Brown appreciated the exposure Robey won for him but chafed at his employer's lack of vision.
Don Robey, owner of the most prestigious black nightclub in Texas, invited him to Houston. T-Bone Walker was playing Robey's club, the Bronze Peacock, but a serious ulcer forced him off the stage one night in the middle of a performance. Brown stepped in and "started playing every hot blues and boogie riff he knew," reported Geoffrey Himes in Down Beat. " Robey negotiated a recording contract for Brown with Aladdin Records, a Los Angeles-based company, but before long he decided to form his own label, Peacock Records, with Gatemouth as his foundation artist.
Contemporary Musicians: Profiles of the People in Music: Volume 11 by Julia Rubiner