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Country America, September 1993. Country Music, May/June 1993; July/August 1993; May/June 1994. Country Weekly, May 17, 1994. Entertainment Weekly, September 18, 1992; February 26, 1993. Los Angeles Times, January 3, 1993. Music City News, August 1993. Newsweek, October 19, 1992. People, March 29, 1993. Rolling Stone, May 13, 1993. USA Today, March 10, 1993. —James M. "), the band did not form in Sweden during bassist Tom Petersson's stint in a sardine factory. The event actually took place in Rockford, Illinois, during the mid-1960s, when guitarist Rick Nielsen started a band originally called the Boyz.
Sources Books Rees, Dafydd, and Luke Crampton, Rock Movers & Shakers, Billboard Books, 1991. 36 • Contemporary Musicians • Volume 12 Additional information for this profile was obtained from Capitol Records. " Combining piercing, literate lyrics and an uncompromising attitude with the melodicism and stylistic breadth of classic pop groups like the Beatles, Costello forged a much-imitated style that led the way for a great deal of the "alternative" music that followed. With his band the Attractions, Costello led the "NewWave" pack into the early 1980s, producing a catalogue of songs to rival almost any other in popular music.
Burbank, CA 91505; 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10019. After suffering repeated rejections, McManus brought his tape to Stiff Records, one of England's stalwart supporters of the burgeoning underground scene. It was there that he met songwriter-producer Nick Lowe, who would become a steadfast friend and collaborator; he also met Jake Riviera, who became his manager and gave him his professional name: the "Elvis" poked fun at rock star pretensions, while Costello was the maiden name of the young performer's mother.