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Examples of "baldori"
As an entertainment law attorney, Baldori represents many performers including Hubert Sumlin and Chuck Berry.
Bob Baldori (born 1943), also known as "Boogie Bob", is an American rock, blues, and boogie musician and attorney. He plays the guitar, piano, harmonica and piano.
Seeley has played piano at Charlie's Crab in Troy, Michigan, just outside Detroit, for over three decades. He has played Carnegie Hall several times, and major venues throughout Europe. He has released five albums and is working on a sixth with Bob Baldori.
In addition to recording and performing his own material, Baldori operates his own recording studio, and has produced and engineered over 200 albums. He wrote and starred in the rock musical "Almost Famous", with productions in Chicago, Toronto and in Michigan.
The Woolies was an American rock band from Lansing, Michigan. It was formed in 1964 by Bob Baldori, Stormy Rice, Jeff Baldori, Ron English, and Bee Metros. Their cover of "Who Do You Love?" became a regional hit when it was released as a single in 1966. "Who Do You Love" peaked at # 95 on the Billboard Hot 100. Dunhill Records dropped the band because they failed to achieve much more success. In 1968, Stormy Rice left the band to begin a solo career and was replaced by Zocko Groendahl. The Woolies have announced a compilation of songs from the period when they were between labels from 1965 to 1975. The album is called "Ride, Ride, Ride".
Baldori founded the rock band The Woolies in 1964; the group had a national hit in 1966 with Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love?". He has also pursued a solo career, performing in venues all over the country, and recording a 1994 solo album. He started working with Chuck Berry in 1966 at Lake Lansing, Michigan and subsequently recorded two albums with Berry. He has also worked with and performed with Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Tom Rush, Luther Allison, Del Shannon, John Hammond, Hubert Sumlin and Bo Diddley; most recently, he has toured and recorded with Bob Seeley.
Keeley was one of the top three racquetball players in the world from 1971 to 1976 and in the top ten until 1979, while winning seven NPA National Paddleball Titles. Keeley won the National Paddleball Singles Championship in 1971, 1973, 1974, 1976 and 1977. He captured the National Paddleball Doubles Championship in 1974 with Len Baldori and in 1976 with Andy Homa. Keeley was the second player in history to win a Professional Racquetball Tournament after Steve Serot, when he defeated Charlie Brumfield 21-8, 21-17 in the finals of the NRC Long Beach Pro Am in October 1973. Keeley won the Canadian National Racquetball Singles Championship in November 1974 defeating Bud Muehleisen in the final. Keeley won his last Professional Racquetball Title in 1980 defeating Marty Hogan 21-5, 21-6 in the finals of the Voight Championship in Los Angeles. During his racquetball career, he defeated every US National Singles Champion from 1968–82, and every professional champion of his era including ex-housemates Marty Hogan (Racquetball), Charlie Brumfield and Bud Muehleisen, as well as, Bill Schultz, Bill Schmidtke, Craig Finger, Davey Bledsoe and Mike Yellen.