Keith Christmas

A talented guitarist and songwriter who made a name for himself in both folk and rock and roll circles, Keith Xmas was created in Wivenhoe, Essex, Britain on Oct 13, 1946. As a young child, Xmas absorbed his initial musical affects from his brother’s assortment of blues albums and his …

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Stephen Darlington

Stephen Darlington is among Britain’s leading organists and choir conductors. In the first ’70s, he examined at Christ Cathedral, Oxford, under Simon Preston. He was associate organist at Canterbury Cathedral for four years, after that was appointed professional from the music at St. Albans Abbey, where he also offered as …

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Bogdan Raczynski

Assembling most of his music with an maturing PC laptop, Polish-born drum’n’bass DJ Bogdan Raczynski produced his Rephlex label debut in early 1999 using the album Boku Mo Wakaran. Popular on its pumps that summer emerged Samurai Mathematics Beats; Thinking about You and Boku Mo Wakaran implemented in 2000.

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Bogus Blimp

The cinematic, noir-ish avant-rock band Bogus Blimp formed in January 1996 in the tiny Norwegian town of Sanderfjord. Among the previous signees to Norway’s Jester Information — the imprint of Ulver/Arcturus frontman Christopher Rygg — Bogus Blimp easily fit into well within that label’s roster, posting a number of the …

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Ken Schaphorst

In 1989 Ken Schaphorst began leading a revitalizing big music group that served as a significant training floor for a number of best young skills. In the 1980s Schaphorst (who takes on trumpet and keyboards but offers mainly been a article writer) relocated to New Britain. He researched at Swarthmore …

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Houghton Weavers

This folk-based group from Lancashire, England was formed in 1975 by Tony Berry (b. Anthony Berry, 15 January 1950, Bolton, Lancashire, Britain; vocals), Norman Prince (b. Norman Anthony Prince, 26 Apr 1946, Eccles, Manchester, Britain; vocals, acoustic guitar), David Littler (b. David George Littler, 13 March 1949, Westhoughton, Lancashire, Britain; …

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The Company of Snakes

Bassist Neil Murray and guitarists Mick Moody and Bernie Marsden were all users from the inaugural lineup of Whitesnake from 1978 to 1982, up through the Saints & Sinners album. By mid-decade all three experienced departed and shifted to other tasks; Moody and Marsden later on reconvened as the blues-rock …

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Ken Perlman

Ken Perlman is a pioneer in the art of the melodic clawhammer banjo. He offers devoted a lot of time to instructing additional music artists, both through workshops and released works. A lot of his peers respect his banjo instructional books as classics. Among these magazines are Fundamental Clawhammer Banjo …

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The House Band

A pan-Celtic strategy is taken by the Uk group House Music group; while their audio is normally rooted in traditional music, their repertoire includes music from Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, Bulgaria as well as Africa. Furthermore to varied folk music and instrumentals, the home Band provides interpreted music by modern songwriters …

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Ken McIntyre

A versatile player having a thoughtful design who are able to play quite freely, Ken McIntyre hasn’t been a significant name in jazz in spite of his skills. After providing in the armed service and graduating from the Boston Conservatory, he found its way to NY in 1960 and produced …

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