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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Fuzzhead66, May 15, 2011.
Or that became much better?
Well, later than usual...
Ages at debut albums....
Tom Scholz: 29
Mick Mars: 30
Rick Nielsen: 31
George Lynch: 29
Tony Rombola: 34
These guys are late in life???
I have socks older than any one of them.
Mance Lipscomb. More than a guitarist. Born 1895 and "discovered" and recorded in 1960. (I had to wiki the dates).
I'm going to be discovered in the next year to 18 months. I'll be nearly 50...
Roy Buchanan. He played with other bands, but was never discovered as a solo artist until later in his life after randomly getting a great live review at a small solo gig.
danny gatton wasn't all that young when he came on the scene, was he?
I think that Wes Montgomery was in his mid 30s before he started recording and getting known.
Seasick Steve takes the prize I'd say!
Nels Cline, I believe...
Ronnie Earl.....picked up the guitar in college
LOL. I was gonna say that.
29, 31 is "later in life"? Keee-rist.
Every once is awhile, I get a jolt on what the prevailing demographic around here is -- and I ain't invited.
Wow, later in life to me is mid 30's to early 40's at the earliest, at least in the music biz, but I guess it depends on your perspective.