Whispering Smith

Harpist Whispering Smith managed to get in for the tail end from the swamp blues motion that swept the Baton Rouge area, dealing with Lightnin’ Slender and Silas Hogan prior to making his very own great singles for Crowley, LA manufacturer J.D. Miller. Alternating down-in-the-bayou entries such as for example …

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Whipping Boy

Irish group Whipping Son found prominence in the middle-1990s using their tales of everyday life and love, seen through the world-weary and cynical eye of frontman Ferghal McKee. The music group shaped in 1988, and their 1st live show was at a 21st party in Edenberry, where they performed cover …

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Jon Dee Graham

Most widely known for his stint while a member from the acclaimed ’80s roots-rock music group the real Believers, vocalist/guitarist Jon Dee Graham was also a longtime fixture from the renowned Austin, TX music picture. Raised on the ranch located close to the Texas-Mexico boundary, he found your guitar at …

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Les Paul & Mary Ford

The husband-and-wife music duo of Les Paul & Mary Ford enjoyed immense popularity in the 1950s, using their popular appeal based as very much on their music talent as the brand new recording techniques produced by Paul. Both had been music market veterans if they arrived together like a few, …

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The Devil’s Anvil

The Devil’s Anvil is one particular groups that could only have already been signed to a label like Columbia Information in the later 1960s. At that time, the record business was desperately attempting to create up for the bottom and market talk about that it got lost through the years …

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Johnny Society

At age 19, NY multi-instrumentalist Kenny Siegal signed being a songwriter to Polygram Music. Ultimately his music group with drummer and longtime collaborator Brian Geltner, Hunk, agreed upon to Geffen Information. They released a solid self-titled record in 1996, but due to the frustrations from the music sector and insufficient …

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Wesley Wilson

While almost every early blues musician used a pseudonym sooner or later, there are a few who carried the practice to such extremes it threatens the possible brevity of any kind of biographical article. Wesley Wilson was such a creature, though it may be surmised that he could discover into …

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Despair

Pursuing in the footsteps of Teutonic thrash titans want Kreator, Sodom, and Destruction, Germany’s Despair highlighted guitarists Waldemar Sorychta and Marek Grzeszek, bassist Klaus Pachura, drummer Markus Freiwald, and vocalist Robert Kampf, who have quit immediately after the discharge of 1989’s Background of Hate debut, to perform the band’s have …

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Johnny Temple

b. 18 Oct 1906, Canton, Mississippi, USA, d. 22 November 1968, Jackson, Mississippi, USA. Temple discovered electric guitar from his stepfather Slim Duckett, a well-known performer in the Jackson region who later documented for OKeh Information in 1930. Temple may possibly also play the mandolin and frequently worked at home …

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Devoted

The contemporary gospel group Devoted comprised John Gaines, John Vaughn, Maurice Johnson, Anthony Jackson and Felton Rowe, longtime friends who as children sang in the same Trenton, NJ choir. Their debut recording Let’s RETURN BACK made an appearance on Savoy in 1994.

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