Warren Entner
American musician
Warren Entner
Warren Entner is an American singer, songwriter, organist and guitarist for the rock and roll band, The Grass Roots. He then became a manager for several successful heavy metal rock groups.
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Celeb birthdays for the week of July 7-13
Yahoo News - over 3 years
July 7: Bandleader Doc Severinsen is 86. Drummer Ringo Starr is 73. Singer-guitarist Warren Entner of the Grass Roots is 70. Actor Joe Spano is 67. Singer David Hodo (the construction worker) of The Village People is 66. Country singer Linda Williams is 66. Actress Shelley Duvall is 64. Actress Roz Ryan ("Amen") is 62. Actor Billy Campbell ("Once and Again") is 54. Bassist Mark White of the Spin Doctors is 51. Singer-songwriter Vonda Shepard ("Ally McBeal") is 50. Comedian Jim Gaffigan is 47. Bassist Ricky Kinchen of Mint Condition is 47. Actress Amy Carlson ("Blue Bloods") is 45. Actress Jorja Fox ("CSI") is 45. Actress Cree Summer ("A Different World") is 44. Actor Troy Garity ("Barbershop") is 40. Actress Berenice Bejo ("The Artist") is 37. Actor Hamish Linklater ("The New Adventures of Old Christine") is 37.
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NYTimes - over 5 years
A picture caption on Wednesday with an obituary about Rob Grill, the lead singer of the rock group the Grass Roots, gave incorrect identifications from the Everett Collection archives for three of the four members shown. As correctly noted, Dennis Provisor is at the far left. The others are, from left, Warren Entner, Mr. Grill and Rick Coonce.
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Rob Grill, 67, Lead Singer of the Grass Roots
NYTimes - over 5 years
Rob Grill, the longtime lead singer and a very nearly original member of the Grass Roots, the immensely popular rock group of the 1960s and afterward, died on Monday in Tavares, Fla. He was 67. The cause was complications of a head injury he sustained in a fall last month, his wife, Nancy, said. Mr. Grill was a longtime resident of Mount Dora, Fla.
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Celebrity birthdays on July 7 - MiamiHerald.com
Google News - over 5 years
Singer-guitarist Warren Entner of the Grass Roots is 68. Actor Joe Spano is 65. Singer David Hodo (the construction worker) of The Village People is 64. Country singer Linda Williams is 64. Actress Shelley Duvall is 62. Actress Roz Ryan (“Amen”) is 60
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Google News - over 5 years
Singer-guitarist Warren Entner of the Grass Roots is 68. Bassist Jim Rodford (Argent) is 66. Actor Joe Spano is 65. Singer David Hodo (the construction worker) of The Village People and country singer Linda Williams are 64. Actress Shelley Duvall is 62
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Creed Bratton - A.V. Club (satire)
Google News - over 5 years
I was in The Grass Roots with my buddy Warren Entner in the '60s. We did four albums with them, and I now I do some music on The Office. AVC: How did your character on the show evolve? CB: I wrote him myself. I was working on The Bernie Mac Show,
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Celeb birthdays for the week of July 3-9 - San Jose Mercury News
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Singer-guitarist Warren Entner of the Grass Roots is 68. Bassist Jim Rodford (Argent) is 66. Actor Joe Spano is 65. Singer David Hodo (the construction worker) of The Village People is 64. Country singer Linda Williams is 64. Actress Shelley Duvall is
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'PIRATE MOVIE,' WITH KRISTY MCNICHOL
NYTimes - over 34 years
THEY weren't fooling when they named this ''The Pirate Movie,'' since it's the show-business equivalent of buccaneer tactics that landed this version of ''The Pirates of Penzance'' into neighborhood theaters several months ahead of the other version, the one based on the Broadway production. The current film, which opened Friday at the Criterion
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Warren Entner
    FORTIES
  • 1986
    Age 41
    In 1986, his second daughter Lauren was born from a second marriage.
    More Details Hide Details Entner composed twenty one songs for The Grass Roots. Two of these appeared as single "A" sides. They are "Feelings" and "Come On And Say It". His other nineteen compositions appeared on single "B" sides and albums. He wrote frequently with Rob Grill and they were considered a songwriting team. Entner played with the group on their first nine albums – seven of which charted. He took part in the first twenty five singles released, twenty of which charted. After departing from The Grass Roots in the mid 70s, Entner went behind the scenes of the music business and became a successful manager. Owning his own firm Warren Entner Management, Entner managed a number of successful hard rock artists including Angel, Quiet Riot, Faith No More, Rage Against the Machine, Deftones, as well as other acts such as The Grays, Failure and Nada Surf. He currently manages Biffy Clyro in the US.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1970
    Age 25
    In 1970, he married the winner of the Miss World title (1961), Rosemarie Frankland. In 1976, they gave birth to their only child together, a daughter, Jessica. The couple divorced in 1981.
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  • 1969
    Age 24
    Entner and his group The Grass Roots played at Newport Pop Festival 1969 at Devonshire Downs which was a racetrack at the time but now is part of the North Campus for California State University at Northridge.
    More Details Hide Details They played on Sunday June 22 which was the final day of the festival as their top twenty hit "Wait A Million Years" was hitting the airwaves. In Canada, they played at the Vancouver Pop Festival at the Paradise Valley Resort in British Columbia in August 1969 (see List of electronic music festivals). Entner had the opportunity to network with many famous groups and musicians playing these large festivals. This helped him fine tune his skills as a group manager. It was with The Grass Roots that Entner practiced his first efforts as band manager that he would fine tune to become a professional manager for other groups after 1974. Entner identified several songs written by other composers that proved successful when The Grass Roots covered them. He was instrumental in identifying "Let's Live For Today", "Midnight Confessions" and "Lovin' Things" (written by Artie Schroeck) to name a few.
  • 1967
    Age 22
    Entner and his group The Grass Roots played at the Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain Music Festival on Sunday June 11, 1967 in the "summer of love" as their top ten hit "Let's Live For Today" was hitting the airwaves.
    More Details Hide Details This music festival is important because it occurred before the Monterey Pop Festival but did not have a movie to document it for the ages (see List of electronic music festivals). On Sunday October 27, 1968 they played at the San Francisco Pop Festival and then played at the Los Angeles Pop Festival and Miami Pop Festival in December of that year as their top ten hit "Midnight Confessions" was hitting the airwaves.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1944
    Born
    Born on July 7, 1944.
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