While many musicians are likely to claim that they could have been famous, here is one who could have been Fame itself. Some performers who have undergone name changes also use the stage surname for their children; had British blues keyboardist and singer Georgie Fame done that, James Powell would have been "James Fame" and his brother Tristan Powell would have been "Tristan Fame." The Fame name was originally concocted in the early '60s by rock roll manager Larry Parnes, who as a rule altered the names of all his clients, fully believing that the music business had no place for such normalcy as the name Clive Powell. Both sons have been involved in musical projects with the latter artist, presumably calling him something like "Dad" rather than "Georgie" or "Clive." Drummer James Powell and guitarist Tristan Powell have worked with their father in his Georgie Fame Trio since the '90s, appearing on several superb collections, including Three Line Whip and Walking Wounded. ~ Eugene Chadbourne, Rovi

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