Toad the Wet Sprocket

Named honoring a sketch with the Monty Python comedy troupe, Toad the Moist Sprocket became perhaps one of the most successful alternative rock and roll bands of the first ’90s, boasting a contemporary folk-pop sound that wielded enough melody and R.E.M.-styled jangle to straddle both contemporary rock and mature contemporary …

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Arthur Marshall

Arthur Marshall was created on a plantation in Saline Region, MO, and moved along with his family members to Sedalia once the young man was 3 or 4 yrs . old. Scott Hayden was Marshall’s schoolmate throughout their formative years with Lincoln SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. In 1896 Scott Joplin remained …

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Akabu

Arguably the very first totally female reggae group, Akabu began in 1981 simply because African Woman. The group in those days was made up of Vyris Edghill, Valerie Skeete, Madeleine “Jo” Edghill, Paulette “Levi” Coke, Samantha Edghill, Diane “De Bass” Light, Caroline Williams, and Shelome “Issachar” Coke. With this lineup, …

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To/Die/For

Another entry into Finland’s burgeoning melodic metallic scene, To/Pass away/For were founded in the city of Kouvola within the mid-90’s, nonetheless it wasn’t until decade’s end that these were purchased by local Spinefarm Files and released their 1999 debut Almost all Eternity. Vocalist Jape Peratalo, guitarists J.P. Sutela and Joonas …

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Simone Cristicchi

Italian pop musician Simone Cristicchi was created in Rome in February 5, 1977. Simone was generally involved with innovative pursuits being a youth, tinkering with style before selecting his artistic tone of voice in music. Having uncovered a electric guitar in his attic at age 17, Cristicchi began forming rock …

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Akira Tana

b. 14 March 1952, San Jose, California, USA. A self-taught drummer, Tana performed semi-professionally while still at university. He went to Harvard College or university where he obtained a qualification in East Asian Research/Sociology. Then studied at the brand new Britain Conservatory of Music, also acquiring personal tuition from percussionists …

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All Angels

Dubbed “the classical Spice Girls” within the web pages of Britain’s Guardian Unlimited, teenage vocal quartet All Angels surfaced in 2006 using the fastest-selling classical debut in U.K. graph background. All Angels had been the brainchild of manufacturer/supervisor Steve Abbott, who previously have scored with traditional crossover works the Choirboys …

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Arthur Kane

Arthur “Killer” Kane was most widely known because the bassist using the seminal proto-punk music group the brand new York Dolls, and in a music group which was plagued by misfortune throughout their profession, Kane was arguably probably the most luckless Doll of most, although fates were kind plenty of …

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Tiziano Ferro

Italian pop singer/songwriter Tiziano Ferro became involved with music while attending an area conservatory, taking guitar and piano classes furthermore to increasing his vocal skills. At age 16, he became a member of a gospel chorus, uncovering his enthusiasm for Afro-American music. In 1998, he started working with makers Alberto …

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Mujician

The improvising quartet Mujician was formed in 1988. Mujician’s users are Paul Dunmall (reeds), Tony Levin (percussion), Paul Rogers (bass), and Keith Tippett (piano). Dunmall was classically qualified on clarinet. Levin (not really the Ruler Crimson member) analyzed drums and jazz from age group 13 and became a specialist at …

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