The success of Hawaiian music evolved from the postwar era when became very fashionable and reached over 600 bands with that music style. Incorporating instruments like guitar, ukulele and the steel guitar' (or acoustic guitars, such as lap steel). The Big Ben Hawaiian Band, from British roots, joined this fashion offering disks on which the most successful songs of those years were interpreted with Hawaiian style instrumentation.
LP album released in 1957 arranged and conducted by Norrie Paramor English (1914-1979) conducting the 'Big Ben Banjo Band', which offers a repertoire of 12 medleys of songs from the era, each composed of three passages of various melodies, which appear in 36 courts adapted recording of those songs. The band consists of instruments such as banjo, mandolin, trumpet, trombone, accordion and percussion, and knows how to offer a varied and singular sonorous spectacle with rhythms of swing, blues and waltz among others.
Album released, produced, arranged and conducted by Norrie Paramor (1914-1979) leading 'Big Ben Banjo Band', and offering a repertoire of 10 medleys of hits of 'The Beatles', each being drawn up in three passages of his themes, so appear in recording 30 songs adapted cuts. The band consists of instruments such as banjo, mandolin, trumpet, trombone, accordion and percussion, and knows how to offer a varied and unique sonic spectacle. Definitely the Beatles music was new and different, but also adaptation offered by this curious and original ensemble is equally different and amazing.
Eric Benét is a contemporary R&B singer with mild hip-hop and strong adult contemporary influences. As a teenager, he performed in a family vocal group (appropriately named Benét) with his sister and cousin. The group signed with EMI and released an eponymous album in 1992 that largely went unnoticed. Eric blazed his own trail as a solo artist shortly afterward, signing to Warner Bros. and releasing his debut album, True to Myself, in the fall of 1996. A Day in the Life followed in 1999. Its first single, a cover of Toto's "Georgy Porgy," was a moderate radio hit, but it was the album's second single, "Spend My Life with You" (featuring Tamia), that helped put him on the map.