Mello Cads

Mello Cads were formed in LA, CA, by late-night radio-show sponsor, concert promoter, and record-label exec David Ponak. Ponak experienced long wanted to front side his own smooth rock-lounge group, portraying himself like a jet-setting playboy cad; and quickly had done that, encircling himself having a talented group offering local …

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Pinkston

Offering solid and intense rock and roll features, decked by silvery pop rhythms, Pinkston surfaced in the Texas rock and roll scene in the past due ’90s. With a respected trio comprising Beth Lewis (vocals), Josh Daugherty (electric guitar), and Ean Parsons (electric guitar), Pinkston experienced several adjustments on both …

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Pinkard & Bowden

Within the tradition of Homer and Jethro came the riotous barnyard humor and song parodies of Sandy Pinkard and Richard Bowden. Unlike their forebears, Pinkard and Bowden’s laughter was frequently coarse, and their vocabulary was sometimes tough plenty of to warrant explicit vocabulary warnings on the records; actually, they were …

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Jim Kweskin & the Jug Band

At the maximum from the American folk revival, Jim Kweskin & the Jug Band reintroduced an important component into folk music: fun. While hundreds went to the March on Washington in 1963 among others traveled south to take part in voting drives, Kweskin and his companions in crime performed kazoos …

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Jim Krueger

A talented guitarist from Manitowoc, WI, Jim Krueger first attained notoriety with Dave Mason as his second guitarist and occasional co-songwriter. He used Mason in the mid-’70s through the entire early ’80s and was in charge of composing Mason’s biggest strike “We Simply Disagree,” which produced Dave Mason a staple …

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US5

US5 were one in an extended type of boy bands assembled and managed by impresario Lou Pearlman, who previously guided the careers from the Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC, and O-Town. Pearlman come up with the group with the fact series Big in the us, which premiered within the German tv network …

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Richard Kiley

b. 31 March 1922, Chicago, Illinois, USA, d. 5 March 1998, Warwick, NY, USA. Professional and vocalist Kiley examined at Loyala School and spent a lot more than three years in america Navy, before shifting to NY in 1947. Although he made an appearance out of city with Nancy Walker …

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Plus One

The remarkable group referred to as AND SOMETHING burst in to the music world being a hot boy band using a twist — the twist being truly a Christian message blended in using the teen idol visual appearance, sexy smiles, and smooth vocal harmonies. Gabe Combs, Jeremy Mhire, Nathan Walters, …

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Los Nuevos de Santa Rosa

A normal Mexican banda, Los Nuevos de Santa Rosa immediately found success within their indigenous country, going precious metal with their initial two LPs Viene Bien Cuajada and Tributo a Bronco. They came back in 1998 with Lo Authentico de Nuestra Tierra, and once again in 1999 with Nunca Olivdare.

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Polo Urias

Mexican singer/songwriter Polo Urias (given birth to Leopoldo Urias Ram memoryírez) got involved with regional traditional music in 1975 when he joined up with his brothers Raúl, Jesús, Isreal, and Alberto to execute as los Jilgueros del Arroyo. He later on became the lead vocalist of los Rieleros del Norte. …

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