Kaya

The success of Kaya, an openly gay, outrageously flamboyant transvestite, was a wake-up demand Japan’s notoriously conservative music industry. Delivered Tatsuya Kasei on July 17, 1983 in Tokushima, he began in music in 1999 beneath the name Hime (Princess) in the short-lived visible kei rings Meties and Isola, but his …

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D Double E

U.K rapper/dirt artist D Increase E is a significant participant in the U.K. grime picture, having been among the first performers to nurture the genre off the trunk of drum’n’bass, jungle, and garage area. D Increase E, delivered Darren Dixon, lower his tooth MC’ing to jungle beats at different London …

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Leroy Griffin

This background vocalist shouldn’t be confused using the lead singer from the Nutmegs; a different Griffin who passed away in the ’60s. There may be a link with modern gospel vocalist LaShell Griffin, with whom this Leroy Griffin, a history singer, documented in 2004.

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The Tunics

The Tunics formed in Croydon, South London, in 2006. Since that time their make of dynamic yet extremely literate rock and roll & roll has taken them acclaim from both followers and critics. Affected by the custom of British rings that preceded them, components of the Libertines, Oasis, as well …

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Billy Moore

The Billy Moore with half songwriting credit for “God Progresses water,” a creepy spiritual made famous by the fantastic Blind Willie Johnson, isn’t the same bluesman, also called William Moore who recorded some 16 songs for Paramount in the later ’20s. The period of time may be appropriate — the …

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Alexia

Alexia is a teenage Latin pop vocalist and celebrity from Miami, FL, whose debut one, “Cartas de Amor,” was a breakout strike in ’09 2009. Blessed Alexia Gonzalez, she started her profession at age group eight and set up herself in some stage musicals. Her big break emerged in 2008 …

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Philipp Poisel

Germany’s Philipp Poisel is a gifted vocalist/songwriter known for his emotive acoustic pop. Delivered June 18, 1983 in Ludwigsburg, Germany, Poisel started playing drums and electric guitar in his youngsters, and by his teenagers was composing his own tracks. After graduating from senior high school, he attemptedto go after a …

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Takida

Takida are an English-language hard rock-band from Sweden that experienced immediate achievement upon putting your signature on to Ninetone Information in 2005 after a half-decade of separate activity. Founded in Ånge, Sweden, in 1999, the music group is made up of Robert Pettersson (vocals, piano), Tomas Wallin (electric guitar), Mattias …

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Soulburn

Dutch death metallic band Soulburn was created in the ashes of 1 of this country’s oldest proponents from the design, this being the overlooked but prolific Asphyx. Gathering vapor in the past due ’90s, Soulburn associates Wannes Gubbels (vocals/bass), Eric Daniels (electric guitar), and Bob Bagchus (drums) released 1998’s Nourishing …

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The Jesters

The Jesters were an odd mid-’60s garage area band on several counts. Initial, they documented for Sun Information, among the few rock and roll groups who experienced material released by the business in the times when the famous label experienced become almost dormant. Second, they required a lot of their …

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