Negator

German black metallic music group Negator was shaped in the town of Hamburg in 2003, and was made up of vocalist Nachtgarm (true name Steve Marbs), guitarist Trolfbert (aka Niklaus Jung), bassist Berthelm (Dirk Färber), and drummer Tramheim (Martyn Maat) at that time that their initial record — 2004’s Previous …

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Bona Fide

The Baltimore-based smooth jazz trio REAL assembled keyboardist Joe Ercole, bassist Tom Camponeschi and saxophonist Kevin Levi. Their debut record Royal Function premiered on Warlock Information in the springtime of 1999.

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Rusty Dedrick

b. Lyle F. Dedrick, 7 Dec 1918, Delevan, NY, USA. Dedrick finished teacher schooling at Fredonia (NY) University before studying structure with Paul Geston and Stefan Wolpe. He began his professional profession being a trumpeter in the music group of Dick Stabile before shifting to Crimson Norvo, Claude Thornhill and …

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Kerbdog

Hailing from Kilkenny, Ireland Kerbdog certainly are a post-grunge quartet that merges metallic using the nervy, melodic roar of Husker Du. The music group released their eponymous debut in 1994 on Fontana Information. Although it received some reviews that are positive in the united kingdom, the music group didn’t gain …

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Kepa Junkera

Kepa Junkera became a specialist musician as a guy, when the music group Oskorri took a preference to him and became thinking about his advanced capabilities for the trikitixa, the Basque design of diatonic accordion. The term can be approximately translated as “bellows from hell,” that ought to get the …

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Kevin Denney

Kevin Denney was raised in Monticello, KY, using a bluegrass and gospel background. After participating in a George Strait concert, Denney definitively made a decision that seeking a music profession was his future. After joining an area music group, Denney finally became a member of the roster of Lyric Road …

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Jan Willem de Vriend

Jan Willem de Vriend is a Dutch conductor and violinist, primarily known for leading holland Symphony Orchestra and founding the Combattimento Consort Amsterdam. De Vriend is normally from the motion for historically up to date shows, and his use the Combattimento Consort Amsterdam provides resulted in revivals of obscure operas …

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Billy Butterfield

A versatile pre-bop trumpeter with a lovely tone, Billy Butterfield could play fairly ballads and heated Dixieland with equal skill. After early encounter in the middle-’30s using the rings of Austin Wylie and Andy Anderson, Butterfield became well-known while using Bob Crosby’s Orchestra (1937-1940), acquiring the main single on the …

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J.A. Deane

There was a period — ancient history with regards to his career — that it could have already been easy to check out J.A. Deane on-stage and know what device he was playing. Standing up in the horn portion of the Ike & Tina Turner revue, for instance, blowing that …

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Billy Cobham

Generally acclaimed mainly because fusion’s greatest drummer, Billy Cobham’s explosive technique powered a number of the genre’s most significant early recordings — including groundbreaking efforts simply by Miles Davis as well as the Mahavishnu Orchestra — just before he became an accomplished bandleader in his own best. At his greatest, …

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