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  1. Discover Rhino Hi-Five: John Hammond Jr. by John Hammond, Jr. released in 2006. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

  2. Hammond is a son of record producer and talent scout John H. Hammond and his first wife, Jemison McBride, an actress. He is a descendant of Cornelius Vanderbilt, the patriarch of the prominent Vanderbilt family, through his paternal grandmother Emily Vanderbilt Sloane Hammond. [3] He has a brother, Jason, and a stepsister, (Esme) Rosita Sarnoff ...

  3. So Many Roads was recorded shortly after Ronnie Hawkins ' backing band The Hawks had hit out on their own, eventually naming themselves The Band. Hammond had seen The Hawks while gigging in Toronto and formed a friendship with the band members. [3] The group toured in America's East Coast, so they could easily show up at the studio, where the ...

  4. 5 de ago. de 2007 · For a Legendary Bluesman, Life Hardly Mirrors His Art. The singer John Hammond Jr., 64, at his home in Jersey City. Paul Hawthorne for The New York Times. By Tammy La Gorce. Aug. 5, 2007. JERSEY ...

  5. › wiki › Wicked_GrinWicked Grin - Wikipedia

    Wicked Grin. Wicked Grin is the twenty-eighth studio album from blues singer John P. Hammond. The album is a collection of songs written by Hammond's friend Tom Waits, who produced the project. It was released in March 2001 under Pointblank Records .

  6. 1.0 1.1 John Hammond Jr. Artist Biography, (2007) The Producer: John Hammond and the Soul of American Music, p. 510, 186, Macmillan. URL accessed 2011-11-25. Forman, Bill, Tangled up in blues: John Hammond recalls his meetings with Clapton, Hendrix, Dylan and Waits, 'Colorado Springs Independent', January 28, 2010.

  7. Listen to Rhino Hi-Five: John Hammond on Spotify. John Hammond · Ep · 2006 · 5 songs.