Paula Temple

England’s Paula Temple is an extremely respected DJ and maker of hard, uncompromising techno, along with a technological innovator. Temple co-developed the MXF8, a MIDI controller created for live shows. She produced her documenting debut in 2002 with an EP entitled The Speck into the future, released by Chris McCormack’s …

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Steve Hyams

United kingdom rock journeyman who will most likely not even sound familiar if you have memorized Pete Frame’s Family members Trees and shrubs, his big moment (such as for example it had been) was holding the lead singer/rhythm guitarist slot in Mott the Hoople within their about to die, post-Ian …

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Steve Cropper

Most likely the best-known soul guitarist on earth, Steve Cropper found prominence in the first ’60s, first using the Mar-Keys (“YESTERDAY EVENING”), then being a founding person in Booker T. & the MG’s. A significant amount in the Southern spirit movement from the ’60s, Cropper produced his mark not merely …

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Smokey Wilson

When Los Angeles-based guitarist Smokey Wilson actually got seriously interested in environment a full-fledged career being a bluesman in movement, it didn’t take him longer to astound the aficionados with an incendiary 1993 set for Bullseye Blues, Smoke n’ Fire, that conjured up echoes from the Mississippi Delta of his …

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Paula Kelley

Past frontwoman of Boston indie pop rings Drop Nineteens, Youngster Wonder, and Hot Fishing rod, not forgetting a sometime person in the Bee Gees tribute music group the Youngster Joys, Paula Kelley is certainly a genuine natural pop auteur who’s not looking for bandmates to verify her considerable abilities. Along …

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That Kid Chris

b. Chris Straropoli, Queens, NY, USA. That Child Chris has broadly been cited as America’s response to Joey Negro. Certainly he’s a minimum of as prolific, having released a large number of disco-influenced home singles in the first 90s including ‘Experience The Vibe’ (Digital Dungeon Information), ‘Power FROM THE Darkside’ …

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Steve Cradock

In the forefront from the mid-’90s mod revival, Ocean Colour Scene guitarist and regular Paul Weller cohort Steve Cradock took center stage for the very first time in twenty years after starting a belated solo career. Given birth to in Solihull, Western Midlands in 1969, Cradock was raised hearing the …

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Sylvester “Sly Stone” Stewart

James Brown might have invented funk, but Sly Rock perfected it; his alchemical fusion of spirit, rock and roll, gospel, and psychedelia turned down stylistic boundaries just as much as his explosive support band the Family members Rock disregarded racial and gender limitations, creating a group of euphoric however politically …

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Paul Stanley

Together with his longtime companion, Gene Simmons, singer/guitarist/songwriter Paul Stanley has held Kiss rocking and moving along because the early ’70s, successfully navigating through many peaks and valleys during their lengthy job. Along with his posing, prancing, and oft-times corny stage raps, Stanley is normally one of world rock’s quintessential …

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Andrea Bocelli

Andrea Bocelli continues to be called “the 4th tenor”; the blind, Tuscan-born vocalist provides emerged among the most widely used voices within the area of light traditional and crossover vocals and it has made inroads in to the globe of opera aswell. His involvement in Pavarotti’s 1992 strike Miserere record …

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