John Sangster

b. 17 November 1928, Melbourne, Australia, d. 26 Oct 1995, Brisbane, Australia. Sangster began playing the trombone but turned to trumpet when he made an appearance in trad rings in 1948. In 1950, he discovered plenty of about drumming to have the ability to tour abroad with Graeme Bell’s music …

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Sagittarius Band

The Sagittarius Music group was the collective name of session music artists formed throughout the bass-playing skills of Derrick Barnett. He initial made an appearance playing bass in the 1982 Reggae Sunsplash Celebration, that was filmed for the tv broadcast. Accompanied by an all-star horn section offering Tommy McCook, Michael …

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Jane Sager

b. 5 June 1914, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Sager began playing violin with age 10 was noticed on radio. A personal injury to her remaining hand, triggered when she was knocked from a bike, prompted a big change of device. She find the trumpet, even though this might possess seemed a …

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Safka

This folk rock duo comprises sisters Leilah (b. c.1974, USA) and Jeordie Schekeryk (b. c.1975, USA), the daughters of record producer Peter Schekeryk as well as the singer Melanie. The duo produced their debut on the particular age range of seven and eight, if they documented a edition of ‘Grandma, …

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Fanta Sacko

b. Kankan, Guinea. Though created in Guinea, vocalist Fanta Sacko’s family members was Malian, and she’s based her procedures there since child years. The daughter of the renowned kora participant, and linked to such legends as Sidiki Diabate and Madu Bansang, her early contact with indigenous music was furthered by …

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Dingding Sa

b. c. 1984, Mongolia. Sa’s mom was Mongolian, her dad Chinese language. As a little kid she sang and discovered to play different musical instruments, like the zheng, a musical instrument like the zither, and a normal violin referred to as the horse-head fiddle, aswell as Chinese language percussion instruments. …

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SWAPO Singers

Like South Africa’s ANC, Namibia’s liberation organisation SWAPO has every once in awhile come up with agit-prop bands or choirs, to strengthen the morale from the soldiers or attract overseas media attention. One era from the SWAPO Performers came to Traditional western interest in the middle-80s, when Jerry Dammers and …

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S-K-O

This US group comprised three songwriters, Thom Schuyler (b. 1952, Bethlehem, Pa, USA), Fred Knobloch and Paul Overstreet (b. 17 March 1955, Newton, Mississippi, USA), who made a decision to interact as an intermittent music group. Schuyler was, by trade, a carpenter, whose songwriting capabilities were found out by Eddie …

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S-1000

The moniker of Spencer Williams, who had previously remixed for the Sugarcubes as well as the Art Of Noise, and, alongside Paul Gotel, was half of Well Hung Parliament. ‘I’m Not really Gonna Carry out It’ was an average jumping dub 45, while he have scored further club strikes with …

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Tommy Ryan

This popular American band singer was known for his smooth tenor voice. Ryan caused Sammy Kaye’s extremely successful ‘golf swing and sway’ orchestra from 1938-43. He sang on a few of their biggest strikes, including three graph toppers: ‘Rosalie’, ‘Appreciate Strolled In’ and ‘Fantasy Valley’. He also liked achievement with …

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