Sugababes

Multi-ethnic U.K. trio Sugababes jumped aboard the teenager pop bandwagon before the brand-new millennium and exuded their very own sassy demeanor with no frivolity of all mainstream works. Siobhan Donaghy, Keisha Buchanan, and Mutya Buena had been barely within their teens if they shaped in 1998, writing a liking of …

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Peter Karp

An intriguing roots-based folk and blues songwriter, vocalist, guitarist, and key pad participant, Peter Karp spent his youth break up between Leonia, NJ, and a truck park in Business, AL, eventually breaking in to the community music picture in NY as a teenager with They Originated from Homes, a genre-mixing …

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8stops7

8STOPS7 had its beginnings in Ventura Region, CA, in 1996; bandmembers Evan Sula-Goff (vocals, acoustic guitar), Seth Watson (acoustic guitar), Adam Powell, (drums), and Alex Viveros (bass) performed their 1st gig on Feb 21, 1997, Sula-Goff’s 21st birthday. In 1998, they individually released their self-produced debut recording, Delivery of a …

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Wild Oats

The Crazy Oats have already been through several transitions since starting in 1990. The music group started with Eben Brooks (electric guitar, vocals, bodhr? n, songwriting), Allison Lonsdale (electric guitar, vocals), Enrique Acosta (percussion, vocals), Fawn Patton (electric guitar, vocals), and Laurie Flieder (flute). These music artists distributed a common …

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The Tri-Five

The Tri-Five made an obscure 1963 single that’s noted by some collectors because of its slight Seaside Children connection. The group, which been around just in the studio room, included Carl Wilson from the Seaside Young boys on lead acoustic guitar, Dennis Wilson from the Seaside Young boys on drums, …

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The Spellbinders

The Spellbinders were a harmonizing number from NJ whose spellbinding harmonies undoubtedly inspired their name. Robert Shives’ classy, suave falsetto qualified prospects further described the slick combined male/woman quintet from the Spellbinders. Shives, Wayne Wright, Ben Give, McArthur Munford, and Elouise Pennington authorized with Columbia Information in 1965 and befriended …

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3 Inches of Blood

Canadian sextet 3 Inches of Bloodstream comes from Vancouver and features Cam Pipes (clean vocals), Jamie Hooper (shrieked vocals), Sunny Dhak (business lead electric guitar), Bobby Froese (tempo guitar), Full Trawick (bass) and Geoff Trawick (drums). A throwback to large metal’s fresh 1980s heyday, the band’s music includes Iron Maiden-like …

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Subb

Created in St. Jean sur Richelieu, a little suburb beyond Montreal, Subb were only available in their teenage junior-high years. Beginning in 1992, the group rehearsed and continuously practiced while carrying out for relatives and buddies. In 1995, the music group recorded its 1st demos and started performing round the …

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Annbjørg Lien

The original fiddle varieties of Norway have already been raised to time by Annbjørg Lien. Although she originally balanced traditional and Norwegian folk music, Lien provides attracted global interest since choosing to focus on the musical customs of Norway. Regarding to Folk on Touch, Lien is certainly gifted using a …

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Cherie Call

Educated at Brigham Young College or university, Cherie Call can be a singer/songwriter that has been asked to perform on the Bluebird Café in Nashville many times. Equipped with a wealthy alto tone of voice and a skill for composing thoughtful lyrics, Contact is likely to be an musician to …

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