Allah Jilai Bai. Allah Jilai Bai (1 February 1902 – 3 November 1992) was a folk singer from Rajasthan, India.
She was well versed in Maand, Thumri, Khayal and Dadra. Perhaps her best-known piece is Kesaria Balam. In 1982, the Indian Government awarded her the Padma Shri in Arts field, one of the highest civilian awards. Big Jim Sullivan. Big Jim Sullivan (14 February 1941 – 2 October 2012) was an English musician, whose career started in 1958.
He was best known as a session guitarist. In the 1960s and 1970s he was one of the most in-demand studio musicians in the UK, and performed on around 800 charting singles over his career, including 54 UK Number One hits. Early life and career He was born James George Tomkins, in Uxbridge Hospital, Middlesex, England, and went to Woodfield Secondary School in Cranford, Middlesex. At the age of 14, he began learning the guitar, and within two years had turned professional. He called himself Jimmy Sullivan because it was lyrically similar to Lonnie Donegan. When he was very young he played in The Clay County Boys, The Soho Skiffle Group, Johnny Duncan's Blue Grass Boys, Vince Taylor & The Playboys, Janice Peters & The Playboys, and The Vince Eager Band. Sullivan gave guitar lessons to near neighbour Ritchie Blackmore. Session musician Notable recordings
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