Agnes De Mille

b. 18 Sept 1905, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 6 Oct 1993, Greenwich Community, NY, USA. A significant and important choreographer, movie director, and dancer, who ‘helped transform the American musical theater from the 40s and 50s’. After graduating with honours in the School of California, De Mille provided her …

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Chris De Luca & Peabird

Chris de Luca (b. 11 Might 1974, Kolbermoor, Germany) and Peabird (b. Dominik Gilbert Marcel) fulfilled by opportunity in the Delerium record shop in Munich, Germany operate by the second option. Their subsequent recording of sliced up loops and ripped up rhymes, 2002’s Fatal Wiv Da Disko, experienced a four-year …

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Leo De Castro

b. New Zealand. Regarded among Australasia’s finest vocalists, De Castro started performing in his homeland New Zealand in 1967 using the Dallas Four, a vocal group that followed rings playing at dances. Shifting to Australia in 1969, he quickly seduced attention as an associate from the Browns, Ruler Harvest and …

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Steve Day & The Drifters

b. 17 August 1942, Wallasey, Lancashire, Britain. After Wump And His Werbles, business lead singer Steve Time (b. Rodney Pont) produced the rock and roll ‘n’ roll music group, Steve Day AS WELL AS THE Drifters, to try out in Liverpool night clubs. In 1963, as the Merseybeat increase was …

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Hazel Dawn

b. Hazel Dawn La Tout, 23 March 1891, Ogden, Utah, USA, d. 28 August 1988, NEW YORK, NY, USA. In her mid-teenage years Dawn visited England to review performing and violin and shortly found opportunities on her behalf charming soprano tone of voice in musical comedies staged in London’s Western …

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Meg Davis

b. 28 January 1953, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Davis is usually a performer of traditional Irish and Scottish music, and her very own original illusion music. She started writing and documenting music at age 14 and afterwards played the espresso homes of her city. It was not really until she was …

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Litsa Davies

b. Litsa Jane Davies, 27 June 1963, Hampshire, Britain. Developing up in Poole, Dorset, Davies went to Harry Harbin college where her music instructor, Dave Lewin, known her singing skill. At 14 she was performing with him on jazz gigs and made an appearance locally on tv in 1977. In …

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David Devant & His Spirit Wife

This London-based band was formed in 1991, taking their name in the stage show of a long-forgotten Victorian magician (singer ‘The Vessel’ claiming to become Devant’s earthly mouthpiece). Their very own brand of live show art owed an identical debt towards the visual design of the music-hall period, featuring mirrors, …

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Das Erste Wiener Gemüseorchester

Echoing the music producing procedure for artists such as for example SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, USA-based sampling duo Matmos or (a lot more closely) UK experimentalists the Sonic Providing Group, Das Erste Wiener Gemüseorchester (the First Vienna Vegetable Orchestra) enjoy music almost entirely on veggie tools. They blow on hollowed …

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Dark Wizard

Produced in Holland in the first 80s, hard rock-band Dark Wizard highlighted Berto Truck Veen (vocals), Marcel de Groot (guitar), Kees Reinders (bass) and Tony Light (drums). Among their country’s few contributors towards the dark metal custom, Dark Wizard performed forceful death steel with oblique, diabolical lyrics. Their initial discharge …

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