Freda Payne

The multi-talented Freda Payne is most beneficial known on her behalf singing career, yet she’s also performed in musicals and acted in movies over time, and was briefly the host of her own TV talk show. Blessed Freda Charcilia Payne on Sept 19, 1942, in Detroit, Michigan, Payne created an …

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5 Chinese Brothers

The Five Chinese language Brothers aren’t Chinese language or brothers. What they are is normally a five-piece music group that plays a combined mix of folk, rock and roll, and country. THE BRAND NEW York-based band comprises of Tom Meltzer (business lead vocals, classical guitar), Paul Foglino (bass), Charlie Shaw …

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Carole Bayer Sager

Composer Carole Bayer Sager enjoyed among the longest strike streaks in modern pop, with her graph achievement spanning across many decades. Delivered March 8, 1947, in NEW YORK, she composed her first music while participating in New York’s SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL of Music and Artwork through the early ’60s; uncovered …

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Don Covay

The career of singer Don Covay spanned virtually the entirety from the R&B spectrum, from your electrifying rock & roll of his earliest records towards the gritty, swaggering deep soul of his most enduring efforts. The range and variety of his catalog without doubt added to his failing to enjoy …

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Don Cherry

Pop vocalist Don Cherry was created in Wichita Falls, TX, in 1924. He got his professional begin in the music business in his twenties with a brief stay as business lead vocalist in the Jan Garber Music group. Cherry’s place lasted for most of 17 times. Never someone to quit, …

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Edwin Hawkins

A trailblazing drive behind the evolution from the modern gospel audio, Edwin Hawkins remains to be most widely known for his 1969 common “Oh Happy Time,” one of the primary gospel hits ever and a significant pop radio smash aswell. Created in Oakland, CA in 1943, he started performing in …

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Keith Brion

Keith Brion occupies a most unique specific niche market in music: he’s a reincarnation (of kinds) of John Philip Sousa. Brion provides combined his currently significant musical prowess along with his understanding, devotion, and resemblance to (by using some accoutrements) the John Philip Sousa from the 1920s. Within this persona, …

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Enrique García Asensio

Among Spain’s most prolific conductors, Enrique García Asensio offers directed symphonic and operatic groupings all over the world. The associate conductor from the Washington, D.C.-structured Nationwide Symphony Orchestra between 1967 and 1968, he collaborated with Teresa Berganza as well as the British Chamber Orchestra in 1976. A indigenous of Valencia, …

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Carol Laula

b. 12 Dec 1963, Johnstone, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. Scottish singer-songwriter, descended from Romany Gypsies, Laula received her initial electric guitar when she was 12 years of age. She later joined up with local rings, Playing For Period and This Ideal Heart. In 1989 she documented her first single single, ‘Gypsy’. …

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Freakwater

Despite their alternative rock and roll pedigree and their house on the label better known for experimental music, Freakwater was probably one of the most traditionally grounded bands on the choice country scene. Performers/guitarists/songwriters Janet Beveridge Bean and Catherine Ann Irwin blend original materials (having a modern lyrical perspective) and …

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