Boren retired after nearly 24 years as president and continues to teach a freshman-level course in political science each semester. His talent, temperament, grace, and genius have remained encoded in the music he left for us. In recognition of his contributions to his art and humanity, Brother Carter was named to Phi Mu Alphas inaugural class of Signature Sinfonians in 2006 and initiated into the Alpha Alpha Chapter of national honorary members. Schoenberg was also an influential teacher of composition; his students included Alban Berg, Anton Webern, Hanns Eisler, Egon Wellesz, Nikos Skalkottas, and later John Cage, Lou Harrison, Earl Kim, Roberto Gerhard, Leon Kirchner, Dika Newlin, and other prominent musicians. He was hired by Lincoln High School in Kansas City, Missouri as the Director of Music after graduation where he supervised elementary music and directed the schools choirs. Parker became dean of the School of Music at Yale University in 1904. After several years of side gigs with his own jazz group, Adderley enlisted in the U.S. Army where he led the 36th Army Dance Band. While a college senior studying music composition at Rollins College, Fred arrived home to see this wonderful new technology in his familys living room. With his grandfatherly image he was also popular among younger listeners through some of his records such asAnimal Fair: Songs for Children, Childrens Favorites, Burl Ives Sings Little White DuckandOther Childrens Favorites and Chim Chim Cheree and other Childrens Favorites, among others. Dr. For a few years, after graduating from Booker T. Washington High School, Batiste picked up small time gigs backing local musicians and artists. His music was also performed as part of the 2013Presidential Inaugural Prayer Service, whichwas attended by both PresidentObama and Vice President Biden. I try to catch the character and mood and feeling of my people.. He lost to Truman by a narrow margin. While stationed in southern California he honed his pianist skills as a member of the Corps Four, a Marines jazz quartet that performed on television. Kirk Whalum was initiated into the Kappa Delta Chapter at Texas Southern University in 1978. Brother Butler was blinded by glaucoma at a very early age and began schooling at the Louisiana State School for the Blind (now the Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired) studying classical music. He studied composition privately with Franciszek Skoyszewski and then (1955-8) with Artur Malawski and Stanisaw Wiechowicz at the State Higher School of Music in Krakw, where he also taught, being appointed its rector (i.e., president) in 1972 (in the 1980s the School was renamed Academy of Music). The series spawned numerous television movies as well. In an event designed to demonstrate the technological superiority of the USSR during the Cold War, Cliburn would win first prize. He performed for eight U.S. Presidents and was a Jazz Ambassador for State Department tours in the Middle East and Africa. He would later receive a full scholarship to the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio and pursue graduate studies at the Julliard School of Music. A 1936 review in The New York Times praised the performance of Rachmaninoffs new Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini at Carnegie Hall with Stokowski and the Philly Orchestra: To hear Mr. Rachmaninoff interpret the piano part is to listen to an amazing exhibition of imagination and commanding musicianship.. Cloud, High School Musical 3, Pink Panther 2, Marley & Me, Get Smart, Superman Returns, The Simpsons Movie, Dreamgirls, Hairspray, Mission Impossible 3, Ice Age 2, Spiderman 1 & 2, Team America, Catch Me if You Can,andSouth Park. At the 1938 Harvard Summer Session, a group of scholars, including Bannister, would launch the conversation that would lead to the organization of The American Society of Architectural Historians in 1940. Although the market seemed to dwindle for his music in the United States, McDaniel quickly saw an emerging demand in Europe that paved the way for a tour of Britain performing with Little Richard, the Everly Brothers, and the Rolling Stones. Micheal has composed or arranged music for numerous high school and university bands, and over 200 of his arrangements and compositions for marching band and concert band have been published. 2 in C Minor, which had its first performance in Moscow on October 27, 1901. Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang soon joined up, and many of Whitemans recordings of 1927-1930 (particularly the ones with Bill Challis arrangements) are among his finest. McBeth was Professor of Music and Resident Composer at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, from 1957 until his retirement in 1996. In 1989 he began touring with the Jim Cullum Jazz Band, narrating the ensembles concert version of Porgy and Bess, and in the mid-1990s he performed in a staging of Showboat.. With his early and careful guidance, Turpin Bannister shaped a brand-new profession that is carried on by generations of historians today. Through the late 80s and early 90s, Marsalis became heavily involved on tour and in the studio with Sting, the singer, and bassist of the band The Police. From 1992 to 1995, Brother Marsalis was also the leader of The Tonight Show Band on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Certainly, Kath, Robert Lamm, and Pankow received more attention in the early yearsand Cetera laterbut Loughnanes evolution has recently been more of a public discussion among Chicagos fans, and this certainly must please him. The 1950s were particularly hard on Ellingtons career, as his music was received by many as old-fashioned. His appearance at the Newport Jazz Festival of 1956, however, propelled Ellington once more into international headlines and onto the cover of Time Magazine. He was a dedicated, albeit strict director who believed the best way to coach a band was like coaching a football team. Her best 10K time is a stunning 35:20. Aug 31, 2012 - Awesome Phi Mu Alums- A founding member of the jazz-rock group Chicago, Walter Parazaider was born in the Windy City on March 14, 1945. He also traveled throughout England, selling the bonds of small United States railroads and bridge companies. Two years later he moved to the First Unitarian Church, where he served as organist for more than thirty years. He has been the recipient of over one hundred commissions to write original music. George was educated in Rochester public schools but dropped out at age thirteen to work and help his mother. Within a week of the final telecast,Doc Severinsen and His Big Bandwere on the road, and to this day, audiences across America love and respect Doc and his big band, not just because he shared their living room with them for so many years, but because of Docs love of the Big Band repertoire. The march was first premiered and conducted by Brother Williams at the Fraternitys 36th National Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1960. Boulanger is renowned for teaching many of the 20th centurys leading composers and musicians. Chuck has often recalled that his father, a tremendous jazz fan, invited touring musicians who were performing in Rochester home for a good Italian dinner and some wine. After a two-year tour of duty with the U.S. Army in West Germany from 1966 to 1968, Hailstork obtained his doctorate at Michigan State University. He spent the first half of the decade playing the club scene in Houston, Texas. Eventually Pavarotti stepped in for Di Stefano in 1963, at the Royal Opera House in London as Rodolfo in La Boheme byGiacomo Puccini, making his international debut. At the time of his death in 1967, Brother Work had completed over one hundred compositions in a variety of musical forms. Returning to New Orleans in 1966, he began freelancing on the local music scene. It was Deckers guidance, Thomas recalls, that taught him how to run a graduate program where the welfare and development of the student is the highest priority. A week later, with the help of his father and a manual of instructions, the seven-year-old was so good that he was invited to join the high school band. Outside of his phenomenal career as a recording artist, Whalum devotes time to serving his community, inspiring and teaching young musicians, and publishes a daily podcast called Bible In Your Ear. The podcast features fifteen-minute readings that invite listeners to follow along as Kirk reads through the bible in a year. Other names include Beyonc, Barbra Streisand, Michael Buble, The Dirty Loops, Seth MacFarlane, Natalie Cole, Celine Dion, Seal, Diana Krall, Tito Puente, Christina Aguilera, Dianne Reeves, Michael Bolton, Earth Wind & Fire, The Pussy Cat Dolls, My Chemical Romance, The Mars Volta, INXS, Chicago, Rosemary Cloony, Diane Schuur, Barry Manilow, Lee Ann Womack, Lou Rawls, Eric Marienthal, Kenny G., and David Benoit. November 8, 2019. Al hacer clic en el botn Aceptar, acepta el uso de estas tecnologas y el procesamiento de tus datos para estos propsitos. He died on March 16, 1971, at Bal Harbour, Fla. The Blue Devils were Basies first time experiencing the big-band sound and he wanted more. He taught composition at the Volkwang Hochschule fur Music, Essen (from 1966 to 1968); in 1973-78 he lectured at Yale University in New Haven. His first group, The Dukes Serenaders took him all over Washington, D.C., and Virginia. However,Sterling A. His voice would have to qualify as an underutilized Chicago asset (live these days, he often sings Wishing You Were Here and Happy Man, and does a great job). He also established and financed the Pavarotti Music Center in Bosnia, and raised funds in charity concerts for refugees from Afghanistan and Kosovo. Determined to have a broad music education, he traveled the next year to Europe. Kay then followed Hindemith to Yale University for a year of post-graduate study. A Rhodes Scholar, Boren earned degrees from Yale and Oxford before receiving a juris doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 1968. Two years later, on April 22, 1919, the Alpha Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia invited Rachmaninoff to membership, and he accepted the same day. Throughout its history, Phi Mu Alpha has been an integral part of the broader history of the United States in nearly every aspect. Schuman wrote works in virtually every musical genre, each mirroring his strong personality in their sharply defined sense of structure, line, and dynamism. An honorary doctorate from the University of Rochester in 1985 put Chuck in the company of such American musical icons as Aaron Copland, Isaac Stern, and Rudolf Serkin. In 2009 Brother Scott was named a Signature Sinfonian by Phi Mu Alpha. Pendereckis career had a very auspicious beginning. The immediate success of this magazine for piano teachers prompted him to seek larger publishing facilities in Philadelphia the next year, and to invent mail-order subscriptions for national sales. With Evans, Malone recorded seven albums and toured Europe and Asia. He was an itinerant folk singer before becoming a radio personality during the 1940s, appearing on his own radio show. In 2007, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (now The Recording Academy) awarded Work a Grammy Award posthumously, forty years after his death, for his album John Work III: Recording Black Culture. In the 1970s, Dick Sudhalter for a time organized and led the New Paul Whiteman Orchestra which recorded a couple of fine recreation records. With a new set of breathing exercises and a new way of tonguing, Loughnane has become a monster. Thomas E. Dewey was born on March 24, 1902, at Owosso, Mich. That same year Bontemps moved to Huntsville, Alabama, where he had accepted a position at Oakwood Junior College. While there, he brought about academic reform and added several prominent American composers to the faculty. These think-tank discussions allowed Johnson to draft strategies for change, such as training black veterans returning from the war and bringing an end to segregation in public schools, League of Women Voters, and the armed forces at large. He is an honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music in London, Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, Musikaliska Academien in Stockholm, Akademie der Kunste in Berlin, Academia Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires, Academie Internationale de Philosophie et de I Art in Bern, Academie Internationale des Sciences, Belles-lettres et Arts in Bordeaux, and the Royal Academy of Music in Dublin. Manufacturing operations at Steinways Long Island City facility were renovated during his watch, and a number of improvements to the piano manufacturing process also were credited to him. Spaeth was a well-known music critic on several newspapers including the New York Times and The Boston Evening Transcript. He would also compose music for the movies Show Boat and The Trespasser.. As a musician, Navy veteran, and astronaut, Scott spends all the time he can inspiring the next generation to take on the mantel of discovering a bright new future for humanity. After an initial uneasy feeling about joining the cast, Brother Clemmons accepted, not knowing the experience would profoundly impact his life. The University of Wisconsin has also honored him with an appointment to a prestigious John Bascom Professorship. In 2007 he was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Wisconsin Foundation for School Music, (this was only the second time this preeminent award had been conferred), and in 2010 the Wisconsin State Historical Society presented him with the Spencer Tracy Award for Distinction in the Performing Arts, and in 2013 the Madison Area Music Association named him the recipient of the Michael St. John Lifetime Achievement Award. In 1927, Brother Work returned to teach at Fisk University after he had earned a bachelors degree from the university and completed extensive study at the Institute of Musical Art in New York City (now Julliard School of Music). One such educator was the University of Georgia Professor Emeritus, Dr. Olin G. Parker (Gamma Mu, Bethany College, 1941). His most noted composition, Of New Horizons: Overture (1944), was completed while he was still in the Navy and was premiered by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. In October 1883, with $250 in cash, Theodore Presser began publishing The Etude music magazine in Lynchburg, Virginia. Thats enough, thats enough to be optimistic about.. The continuation of his broad interests was put under the general charge of the Carnegie Corporation, with a donation of $125 million. After graduation, Bispham entered thewoolbusiness with his mothers brothers, all the while continuing to develop his musical talents as an amateur. In the 1920s, Schoenberg developed the twelve-tone technique, an influential compositional method of manipulating an ordered series of all twelve notes in the chromatic scale. Brother McDaniel made his mark as a musical pioneer, one of many that changed the course of modern popular music as know it today. Reelected governor of New York in 1946, he proceeded to ram a series of liberal laws through the legislature. Thats what its about.. Oral Moses was initiated into the Zeta Rho Chapter at Fisk University in 1973. As a renowned American sociologist and college administrator, Johnson was an outspoken civil rights activist and advocate for racial equality of not only African Americans but all ethnic minorities. We hope you will find all you need on this web site, including our social calendar, recruitment information, and membership information. In 1992, he was named a Cultural Laureate of the Commonwealth of Virginia and continues to be commissioned for his talent as a composer. By the start of the 1960s, McDaniel had revolutionized rock n roll with his music and his one of a kind persona. As a result of his vast recorded legacy, Heifetzs violin playing is no less influential today than it was in his lifetime. In 2002, Marsalis launched the record label Marsalis Music. Other recent conducting appearances of his have beeninBear Valley, Bratislava, Brno, Chattanooga, Hradec Krlov,Hukvaldy, Ostrava,Pardubice, Zlin, and with the Schloss Schnbrunn Orchester in Vienna. Parazaider is all over the unreleased Stone of Sisyphus album, and its a shame that his great playing on songs like Plaid can only be heard by fans who want to risk getting a bootleg of the set. Alpha Gamma. Tom Bones Malone began his professional career on a job playing lead trumpet with Brenda Lee at a club in Jackson, MS, while enrolled at the University of Southern Mississippi. Bergeron has worked on over 400 TV & motion picture soundtracks. An outspoken champion for arts education and music therapy funding in our nations public schools, in 2016 Ben held the distinction as the only artist to appear at both national political conventions advocating for arts education, has served for over five years as an active member of the distinguished Artist Committee of Americans For The Arts (AFTA), and serves on the Board of AFTAs Arts Action Fund. Spaeth was the author of several books such as A History of Popular Music in America and The Common Sense of Music. These works helped show the ties between popular songs of the time and old American folk songs. Phi Mu Alumna Kimberly Roads Schlapman, member of the band Little Big Town (LBT). Within the next ten years, Chuck had won two Grammy awards and an Emmy, and his albumFeels So Goodbecame one of the most successful jazz albums ever produced. Arts and Entertainment. They had one child together. The following year, Marsalis joined the U.S. Marine Corps. In his youth, Rachmaninoff was subject to emotional crises over the success or failure of his works and his personal relationships. More importantly, perhaps, his mother sang in church choirs. In 1968, Richard Graham would become the first. After taking the pictures and sending the camera and ten dollars to the Rochester factory, the photographer received his prints and reloaded camera. Later in the decade he established the Neophonic Orchestra, which was the first permanently established orchestra in the world devoted to contemporary music. What do alumnae chapters do? On the rare occasions hes interviewed, Parazaider comes across as pretty quiet and shy, though there is a sense of humor there. As such, most of Parazaiders best work is recorded. Chadwick returned to Boston in 1880, where one of his first private pupils was the young Horatio Parker. As in the number of musicians in Gordon Goodwins Big Phat Band, one of the most exciting large jazz ensembles on the planet. Born to a gifted musical family, Slatkin began studying conducting with his father, followed by Walter Susskind at Aspen and Jean Morel at Juilliard. A 2013 National Honorary member and a recipient of the Fraternitys Orpheus Award (presented to him in 1990 by the Iota Tau Chapter at Old Dominion University), Colgrass is in demand as a speaker and presenter, both on his music teaching methods and as an inspiring instructor on creativity and performance. His students at Yale included Charles Ives, Seth Bingham, Quincy Porter, and Roger Sessions. He brought revolution to the infrastructure sector by his development of wideflange steel beam for massive steel production. In 1947, Stokowski wrote: He is a man of great musical experience and the highest musical ideals. In 1972 Presser acquired Elkan-Vogel and its US distribution rights for European publishers including Durand, Leduc, Lemoine, and many others. Scott also leads the Cosmic Jazz Ensemble as a trumpeter and directs the advanced jazz ensemble at the institute. Dawson continued to work until he completed his Tuskegee education in 1921. WebThe Pi Kappa Phi Hall of Fame consists of distinguished alumni members who have brought honor to their fraternity through lifetime achievement in their career. According to his memoir, referred to below, Bispham had learned that role and several others following the advice of a medium at aseance, his success there brought him a contract for Covent Garden, where he appeared in Wagnerian roles, for all but two of the next ten seasons. His first book of fiction was God Sends Sunday (1931), the story of a fast-living black jockey named Little Augie. As the 50s emerged, the orchestra featured several great artists in recordings and concerts that brought the group newfound popularity. Davis remains friends with many of these members today. His recordings include some of the greats such as Quincy Jones, Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, Dizzy Gillespie, Dinah Washington, Ben Webster, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Barnet, Doc Severinsen, Ray Charles, Billy Strayhorn, Dexter Gordon, Thelonious Monk, and Billie Holiday to name a few. 10600 Old State Road Evansville, IN 47711. [2] The Phi Alpha Delta membership application is available to undergraduates, law students, lawyers, judges, and politicians. When Frank Reed Horton founded Alpha Phi Omega in 1925, he didnt realize that APO alumni would soon be impacting our nation with leaders in business, government, science and technology, medicine and sports. In his tenure as Governor of Oklahoma from 1974-1978, Boren instituted sweeping reforms of state government. Named the UTC Holmberg Professor of American Music and retired in 2013, Carter accomplished much during his twenty-three-year tenure. In 1918, he organized his first dance band in San Francisco and, after short periods in Los Angeles and Atlantic City, he settled in New York in 1920. Parlaying his small-screen notoriety into feature film opportunities, Simmons had a small part in the 1997 thriller The Jackal and played a leading role in Frank Todaros low-budget comedy Above Freezing, a runner-up for the most popular film at the 1998 Seattle Film Festival. Many European and American composers from at least three generations have consciously extended his thinking, whereas others have passionately reacted against it. For the next 25 years, Clemmons appeared on Mister Rogers Neighborhood as policeman Officer Clemmons, forever grateful for Rogers fatherly guidance. Three years into teaching at the university he organized his first workshop for blind/visually impaired teens. Schwab brought about significant changes in steel production, which made the company hold a monopoly during World War I. Lee Loughnane, a founding member and trumpet player with the rock group Chicago, was born into a musical family in Chicago, Illinois. In the late 1930s he won first prize in the National Music Educators League Competition in St. Louis, which brought him a scholarship to the Eastman School of Music, in Rochester. Dr. Sigmund Spaeth was a man who worked to promote the idea that music should not be limited to people of talent but rather that music should be enjoyed by everyone, listeners, and performers alike. The band leader at the time, Skitch Henderson, asked him to join that band in 1962 in the first trumpet chair. In addition to fundamental honesty and natural courage, Dewey possessed a capacity for careful and deliberate case preparation and an amazing self-control that enabled him to remain cool under pressure. Robert Shaw also served as music director of the San Diego Symphony Orchestra until he was recruited by George Szell to conduct the choral section of theCleveland Symphony Orchestra. need ideas for planning a new alum event for your chapter? In his later years, his verismo operaThe Padronewas rejected by the Metropolitan Opera, but he experienced success with major choral and orchestral works at the Norfolk Festival. Colors Rose & White. He has earned degrees from Bowling Green State University and The Ohio State University. In 1944, Bannister would earn his doctorate from Harvards School of Architecture. Welcome home alumnae! When this band broke up, Severinsen toured with the Tommy Dorsey, then, the Benny Goodman bands in the late 40s. Adam Silver | It was also at Curtis where he met his wife and lifelong pianist Mary Norris. Sergei Rachmaninoff began working his way into the west in the face of political turmoil within Russia. He found refuge and gained an education at the Tuskegee Institute and financed it himself by working on the schools farm. Ashley Hatfield, Miss Illinois 2007. WebSusan Harling (Kappa Iota) - inspiration for the play and movie Steel Magnolias. Noted as one of Americas most-recorded conductors, he made several recordings with prominent wind ensembles such as the Cleveland Symphonic Winds and Dallas Wind Symphony. Colonel John R. Bourgeois was initiated at Loyola University New Orleans Zeta Pi chapter in 1956. Luciano Pavarotti was also known for his humanitarian work. Two critically acclaimed Telarc CDs with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra showcase his multifaceted talents from Bach to ballads. In 1979, Kay was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Ben Folds is widely regarded as one of the major music influencers of our In interviews, hes articulate and can be funny. In 1966, Pankow transferred to DePaul University in Chicago, where saxophonist/flautist Walter Parazaider and trumpeter Lee Loughnane were already attending. The $13 million, home is almost 40,000 square feet, multiples tories, and features everything from a baby grand piano and to a chandelier that once hung in NYCs Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Andy Griffith died at age 86 of a heart attack in his home in Dare County, North Carolina on July 3, 2012. After a few years of teaching vocal music in public school systems, Brother Thomas pursued a masters degree in piano performance at Northwestern. In the 1960s he experimented with a band featuring the mellophonium, which was a cross between a trumpet and a trombone. 2020 by Phi Mu, Lambda Gamma. She is also president of Unity Property Development Corporation, a minority-owned real estate development company. In 1996 the performance of his pieceSeven Gates of Jerusalem, commissioned by the city, commemorated the celebrations of Jerusalem 3000 Years. in Israel. Bannister contributed much to the worlds knowledge of architecture and was awarded the American Institute of Architects Kemper Award in 1955. Aside from being a founder, Parazaiders role consisted of playing woodwinds on trombonist Jimmy Pankows charts. In 1935 he was appointed special prosecutor for the Investigation of Organized Crime in New York. It generated some successful spin-offs, and the original is still seen in reruns to this day. He attended the National Music Camp in Interlochen, Michigan, becoming only the second tuba player in history to win the schools concerto competition. He was not only a teacher, he was my father away from home. <3 BLOG LINK: http://sororitysugar.tumblr.com/post/36364466779/types-of-sorority-alumni-events, Phi Mu Greek Grind http://www.greekt-shirtsthatrock.com/. There was always an instrument in the house. After gaining an education from Hampton University in Virginia and New York University, Carter would spend just over twenty years as Director of Choral Music and Assistant Professor of Music at Hampton. He is a four-time finalist forThe American Prize for Professional Orchestral Conductorswinning 2nd prize in 2018, 3rd prize in both 2016 & 2015 andawarded Honorary Mentionin 2014. Why? Brother Hogan was initiated into the Epsilon Upsilon Chapter in 1998. Phi Mu Alumna Gayle Barron is truly one of the pioneers of American road racing. Bontemps grew up in California and was sent to the San Fernando Academy boarding school with his fathers instruction to not go up there acting colored. This Bontemps later noted as a formative moment, and he would resent what he saw as an effort to make him forget his heritage. Because press agents dubbed him The King of Jazz in the 1920s, Paul Whiteman has always been considered a controversial figure in jazz history. He graduated from Pacific Union College in Angwin in 1923 with an AB. His reputation quickly spread abroad, notably through perfomances of such works as. In 1995 Clemmons published a volume of choral arrangements of spirituals titled Songs for Today as part of his growing commitment to the art forms preservation. He paid little attention to his critics or the rules he was supposed to follow. In 1986, he produced and starred in the very successful television seriesMatlock(1986). Coming from a musical family, it was only natural that Walt would follow suit, and he began his career on the clarinet. He served on the faculties of Boston University and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute, and was a consultant at the Royal Academy of Music in London before joining the faculty at Arizona State University in 1994. Reports show that the Moscow State Radio Orchestra performed Kays composition Of New Horizons. In 1968 he began teaching at the Herbert H. Lehman College of the City University of New York. Following his retirement in 2001, Brother Foster devoted much of his time to the William P. (now Dr. William P. and Mary Ann) Foster Foundation. Joseph Maddy was a pioneer in early American music education and renowned orchestra conductor. American rights activist and mother of Ellen and Vance Degeneres. Ellas McDaniel, who performed under the stage name Bo Diddley, was an American singer, guitarist, songwriter who shook the foundations of the blues on its way to what we know as rock n roll. Notable Phi Mu Alumnae. Parazaider switched over to sax (It was a cool way to meet girls), enrolled at De Paul University, and inspired by The Beatles hit Got To Get You Into My Life became enamored with the idea of creating a rock n roll band with horns. 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