Antony

U.K.-blessed, California-raised Antony Hegarty felt just like the consummate outsider until approaching in person using the image of Guy George over the cover of Lifestyle Club’s 1982 debut album, Kissing to become Smart. Eight years afterwards, Hegarty relocated to NEW YORK and found a global more recognizing of avant-garde sensibilities …

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Lagbaja

b. Bisade Ologunde, Lagos, Nigeria. Right now located in Manhattan, NY, USA, Nigerian vocalist Ologunde used the name Lagbaja (indicating ‘private’ or ‘faceless one’ in Yoruba) as he embarked on his profession in the first 90s. His name was shown in his selection of stage dress – a slitted textile …

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Chuck Loeb

A skillful guitarist with the capacity of performing any design of music, Chuck Loeb’s very own solo tasks have generally been commercially successful crossover jazz, which includes been classified over time as “modern” or “even” jazz. He began playing electric guitar when he was 11; uncovered jazz when he was …

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Barefoot

A colorful group that utilizes four-to-six percussionists, dancers and a number of solo instruments, Barefoot was founded in 1988 by percussionist Clay Henry (who within the 1960’s have been a jazz bassist in NY) and violinist Steve Kindler (previously having a later on version from the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Jan Hammer …

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Bare Minimum

Pop deconstructionists SMALLEST AMOUNT were formed within the Bay Region in 1991 by singer/guitarist Brian Speckman and guitarist Tag Pinkos. Upon shifting to Seattle a short while later, these were became a member of by bassist Anthony Champa and drummer Joe Plummer; their eponymously entitled debut LP made an appearance …

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Barclay James Harvest

Barclay Wayne Harvest was, for quite some time, probably one of the most hard fortune clothes in progressive rock and roll. A quartet of solid rock and roll music artists — John Lees, acoustic guitar, vocals; Les Holroyd, bass, vocals; Stuart “Wooly” Wolstenholme, keyboards, vocals; and Mel Pritchard, drums — …

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Jag Panzer

A Colorado music group formed in 1981, Jag Panzer’s design was basic Uk metallic influenced by rings like Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. Originally founded by guitarist Tag Briody, bassist John Tetley, drummer Butch Carlson, and vocalist Harry “The Tyrant” Conklin, they released their debut mini-album in 1983. The music …

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Cindy Church

Nova Scotia local Cindy Chapel, a gifted singer/songwriter, began her romance with music young. Singing on unique occasions with relatives and buddies only improved that passion. Chapel relocated to Canada and started her professional music profession in 1984, when she began dealing with well-known guitarist Nathan Tinkham. Collectively, the friends …

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Jadis

Gary Chandler (acoustic guitar and vocals) and Stephen Christey (drums and percussion) founded British neo-progressive rockers Jadis in the past due 80’s and quickly scored some prestigious starting slot machines, including a coveted stint helping progressive rock and roll giants Marillion on the 1988 tour. The next year discovered them …

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Clive Palmer

A founding person in the Incredible String Music group, Clive Palmer has continued to explore the folk customs of Scotland being a soloist and along with his rings, the Famous Jug Music group and Clive’s Primary Music group. In 1999, Palmer reunited with fellow Amazing String Band creator Robin Williamson …

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