Tony Capstick

This York, England-born folk-singer and comic songwriter was among a spate of ‘folk comedians’ who surfaced on the united kingdom folk scene through the 70s. Among others had been Fred Wedlock, Mike Harding, Richard Digance & most effectively, Jasper Carrott and Billy Connolly. Capstick 1st documented for the Newcastle-based Plastic …

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Capris

Created in Queens, NY, USA, in 1958, this vocal quintet contains Nick Santamaria (lead vocals), Mike Mincelli (1st tenor), Vinny Nacardo (second tenor), Frank Reins (baritone) and John Apostol (bass). These were most widely known for the doo-wop ballad ‘There’s A Moon Out Tonight’, a US #3 3 one in …

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Capitol Showband

One of the primary Irish showbands from the 60s, the Capitol was formed in 1960 having a line-up comprising Butch Moore (vocals), Jimmy Hogan (business lead acoustic guitar), Des Kelly (vocals, bass), Johnny Kelly (drums), Eddie Monahan (piano), Paul Sweeney (trumpet) Patrick Loughman (trombone) and Eddie Ryan (saxophone). If they …

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Cap, Andy & Flip

An extremely popular West Virginia radio act from the 30s, it comprised Cap (b. Samuel Warren Caplinger, 16 June 1889, Kanawha Train station near Parkersburg, Real wood County, Western Virginia, USA, d. 7 July 1957; acoustic guitar), Andy (b. Andrew Patterson, 28 August 1893, Petros, Tennessee, USA, d. 19 November …

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Cantabile

Originally formed in 1977 simply by students at Cambridge University, Cantabile performed at various functions mainly because some sort of latter-day barbershop quartet. Because they obtained in musical abilities, they gradually extended their repertoire. The 1st group comprised high tenor Nick Ibbotson, counter-tenor Stevie Dunstan, tenor Colin Stewart and baritone …

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Canis Major

Formed in the united kingdom in 1979 but heavily affected by American pomp rock and roll bands such as for example Trip and Styx, Canis Main comprised Jacqui Bodimead (vocals), Tony Bodimead (guitar), Mick Groves (guitar), John Pepe (keyboards), Simon Cooper (bass) and Gary Smart (drums). The group released their …

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Linslee Campbell

b. Britain. Birmingham-based Campbell’s musical history arrived in gospel music. Nevertheless, in the 90s he was affected from the swingbeat of Teddy Riley, whom he fulfilled when Man toured Britain in 1991. Later on Campbell sent a speculative demonstration tape to Steve Jervier’s Jerv Productions. With Jervier’s help he started …

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Reg Calvert

b. Yorkshire, Britain, d. 21 June 1967. Promoter Reg Calvert was perhaps one of the most eccentric, underrated and eventually tragic statistics of United kingdom 60s pop. He transferred from Yorkshire south coastline in the past due 50s and registered some young musicians. An expert in ‘xeroxed’ pop serves, Calvert’s …

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David Calikes

A specialist DJ from your mid-80s onwards, David Calikes gradually rose to be probably one of the most respected numbers in dance music in Scotland. His 1st high-profile job arrived as citizen DJ at Extra fat Sam’s golf club in Dundee. From the past due ’80s he previously started his …

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Tony Calder

b. 27 June 1943, Surbiton, Surrey, Britain. Given birth to to Scottish parents, Calder became one of the most aspiring and hustling brokers on the middle-60s UK pop picture. Carrying out a stint at Decca Information by day time and Mecca dancehalls by night time, he worked like a publicist …

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