Coon Creek Girls

Probably one of the most famous all-female string rings in nation, the Coon Creek Ladies were also one of the primary female groups to try out their own devices and concentrate on authentic hill music, rather than sentimental and cowboy tunes. The founding person in the long-lived group was Lily …

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GZR

Original Dark Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler had wished to go on a single recording career since back the ’80s, however the opportunity — and moreover, the right band of musicians — was never provided towards the godfather of most rock bassists until 1995 when the musician released Plastic material Planet …

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Baby Boy Warren

The denizens of Detroit’s postwar blues scene hardly ever really received their credited (aside from John Lee Hooker, obviously). Robert “Baby Boy” Warren put together a sterling discography from 1949 to 1954 for a number of Motor City companies without ever managing to transcend his regional position along Hastings Road. …

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Derek Bailey

Initially, Derek Bailey possesses nearly none from the characteristics one expects from a jazz musician — his music will not swing in virtually any appreciable method, it does not have a discernible feeling of blues feeling — however there’s a solid connection between his amelodic, arhythmic, atonal, uncategorizable, free-improvisatory design, …

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Bobby Bloom

Kept in mind most for his nice, bubbly 1970 album Montego Bay, Bobby Bloom also performed a role like a songwriter and entrepreneur linked to the Kama Sutra/Buddah band of labeling. He did executive work for several performers, including Louis Jordan and Shuggie Otis. He created a generating/songwriting collaboration with …

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Bob Rusch

Although he studied clarinet and drums in early stages and in the first ’70s wrote for a number of jazz mags (including Down Beat and Jazz Journal), Bob Rusch’s fame lies with Cadence, the month to month journal he founded in 1975. Over time, Cadence offers reviewed just about any …

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Baby Animals

Australian hard rock quartet Baby Pets were led by vocalist Suze DeMarchi, who previously documented for EMI being a single act. Annoyed by the knowledge, she came back from Britain to her indigenous Perth and in 1989 produced Dee Dee as well as the Rockmen with drummer Frank Celenza; a …

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The Choir

Using their origins in Orange County, California, and their current incarnation based out of Nashville, Tennessee, atmospheric alt-rock outfit the Choir have undergone their fair share of changes throughout their long career. Created in 1984 beneath the moniker Youngsters Choir, and constructed around the unique playing of guitarist and vocalist …

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Bill Deal

Bill Offer & the Rhondels were one of the primary of the cadre of big music group rock and roll outfits that started turning up in the mid- to past due ’60s. Employed in a more available vein compared to the even more progressive Blood, Perspiration & Tears, Offer and …

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Bill “Bojangles” Robinson

b. 25 Might 1878, Richmond, Virginia, USA, d. 25 November 1949. As a kid Robinson worked well in race stables, medical a desire to become jockey. He danced for fun as well as for the entertainment of others, 1st showing up on stage at age eight. 3 years later on …

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