1980s and into the 1990s with countless hits such as “Like a Virgin”, “Into the Groove”, “Papa Don’t Preach”, “Like a Prayer”, and “Vogue”. At over 300 million records, she is widely recognized as the best-selling female artist of all-time.
---HistoryofAmericanMusic---Artist Spotlight: Elton JohnPopPopPop PopPopPopPopPopPopPopPopPart soft-rock, part blues, part pop, Elton John’s six Grammy Awards, knighthood status, 50 songs in the Billboard top 40, 300 million albums sold, and the best-selling single of all time (Candle in the wind) put him at legendary status and rare company.
---HistoryofAmericanMusic---Artist Spotlight: David BowiePopPopPop PopPopPopPopPopPopPopPopDavid Bowie hit the British singles chart at age 22 with the song “Space Oddity” in 1969. He thrived with the advent of ‘70s & ‘80s Glam Rock with songs like “Starman”, “Fame”, and “Under Pressure”.
---HistoryofAmericanMusic---Artist Spotlight: David BowiePopPopPop PopPopPopPopPopPopPopPopHe made a name for himself with unique (often odd) showmanship, style, and songs. He was nominated for 19 Grammys, winning 5, and has sold nearly 150 million albums. He was a trailblazer of style.