Kim Robertson

Classically trained harp player Kim Robertson has made her greatest mark since turning her focus on the Celtic harp. Furthermore to recording many memorable single albums, Robertson offers released seven books of Celtic harp preparations and two instructional video clips. Her discography contains many meditative musical tapes documented with vocalist …

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Whoopi Goldberg

She doesn’t mince words. She crosses competition, gender, and demographic limitations as though they didn’t also exist; appears to perform and state whatever is on her behalf mind; and appears like she’s having a great time while carrying it out. Champion of Oscar, Emmy, Golden World, People’s Choice, Nickelodeon, and …

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Johnny Powers

Rockabilly artist Johnny Power’ story is among the even more intriguing the genre provides. Blessed John Leon Joseph Pavlik in 1938 in East Detroit, MI, he was the oldest of five kids. The family afterwards moved to the tiny city of Utica, MI, north of Detroit, where he grew up. …

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Johnny Pearson

b. 18 June 1925, Plaistow, London, Britain, d. 20 March 2011. A composer, arranger, conductor and pianist, Pearson was perhaps one of the most reputed personalities over the U.K. music picture for a lot more than 50 years. A prodigious skill over the piano from an early on age group, …

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Whole Lotta Milka

The Winnipeg, Manitoba-based ska-revival music group Whole Lotta Milka comprised vocalist/guitarist Greg Crowe, his baritone saxophone-playing sibling Geoff, bassist Dag Tollefsen, drummer Sean Hoskin, trumpeter Darrin Oehlerking, trombonist Shashi Ramu and tenor saxophonist Scott Rhynard. Their debut LP Got Milka? made an appearance in early 1998.

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Leon Janikian

Not only is it an excellent clarinetist, Leon Janikian in addition has been a teacher and saving engineer because the middle-’70s, playing a multitude of music designs. Originally from Watertown, MA, Janikian discovered the device from an associate from the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Felix Viscuglia, while participating in such establishments …

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Leon Brooks

b. 19 November 1933, Rabbit Feet Plantation, near Sunflower, Mississippi, USA, d. 22 January 1982, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Brooks started playing blues harmonica when he was six years of age. His original motivation was Sonny Boy ‘Grain Miller’ Williamson, but after shifting to Chicago in the 40s he fulfilled Small …

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Johnny Green

American pop composer, bandleader, and pianist Johnny Green wrote nearly all his hit songs through the 1930s, including his most well-known tune, “Body and Soul.” Blessed in 1908 in N.Con.C., Green continued to attend the brand new York Army Academy, and Harvard, where he constructed “Coquette” with lyricist Gus Kahn, …

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Denny Laine

For a couple of months in the height from the British invasion, Denny Laine was probably one of the most recognizable voices on the complete British music picture. As the business lead singer around the Moody Blues’ documenting of “Proceed Right now” — an internationally multi-million vendor — he stood …

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Johnny Parth

The continued preservation of traditional prewar American blues arrives in large component to the initiatives of producer Johnny Parth, who through his Record label compiled and reissued literally a large number of vintage edges long unavailable to all or any however the most diligent enthusiasts. Born Dec 12, 1923, in …

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