Before the fame arrived, what did performers do to make ends meet?
Name & Band
Comments & Submittor Name
|Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Lopez||Legal Office||She worked in a legal office while attending college and taking dance classes prior to her windfall of success. - Below Average Dave|
|Jethro Tull, Ian Anderson||Vendor at a news stand||During his lunch breaks there, he read copies of "Melody Maker" and "New Musical Express", that inspired him to join a band. - Ra'akone|
|John Tesh, John Tesh||Sports reporter/entertainment anchor||Tesh first reported for CBS. He then became co-anchor with Mary Hart on "Entertainment Tonight", and did some reporting on figure skating for NBC. One of his first piano compositions was played on "E.T" while he was still an anchor. (He's still married to actress Connie Sellecca, BTW.) - sports|
|Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash||spy||He served as a Morse Code operator intercepting Soviet Army transmissions in the Air Force as a part of the US Air Force Security Service in Landsberg, Germany. - Tarzan|
|The Judds, Naomi Judd||Nurse||Originally known as Diana Ciminella, Naomi Judd was a nurse, before she and her daughter, formerly known as Christina Ciminella, formed the trio known as the Judds, adopting the names Naomi Judd and Wynonna Judd in the process. - Adrienne Ramseur|
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