The Albion Band

Originally used like a name to credit the musicians hired to accompany Shirley Collins in 1971, the Albion Band later on became an organization within their own best. Bass participant Ashley Hutchings, who acquired previously founded and still left both Fairport Convention and Steeleye Period, is the generating drive behind …

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Tommy Benford

Born within the Appalachians, drummer Tommy Benford and his sibling, tuba player Costs Benford, unfortunately finished up seeing that orphans. Both children benefited in the extensive musical schooling provided by the Jenkins Orphanage of SC due to these situations. This organization was so pleased with its musical skill that it …

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Breaking Circus

After establishing himself as an integral member in the first Chicago punk scene, Steve Bjorklund (Hit Under, Terminal Seaside) formed Breaking Circus. Authorized to Homestead, Breaking Circus initial issued THE Longer Fuse, an eight-song stream of pounding dance beats and scabrous guitars. Around 1986, Bjorklund going north to Minneapolis, and …

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Breakfast Club

Despite releasing just one single album over ten years together, Breakfast Membership will will have a location in the annals books because the music group that presented two of Madonna’s ex-boyfriends — drummer Stephen Bray and singer Dan Gilroy — along with the Materials Woman herself, for a short while …

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Tommy Aldridge

One of the most in-demand (and well-respected) hard rock and roll drummers remains to be journeyman Tommy Aldridge. Delivered August 15, 1950, in Jackson, MS, Aldridge was completely self-taught, motivated by such groundbreaking ’60s rock and roll clothes as Cream, the Beatles, and Jimi Hendrix. By the first ’70s, Aldridge …

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TKKG

A long-running radio play and prolific group of audiobooks, TKKG — named following the primary characters — is really a detective group of sorts, targeted at a junior marketplace. Conceived and compiled by Rolf Kalmuczak, TKKG ultimately transferred from books to audio, with shows numbering within the 150s by its …

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Tomita

Pioneering Japanese composer and synthesizer expert Isao Tomita bridged the distance between note-by-note classical/digital LPs like Switched-On Bach as well as the more futuristic, user-friendly interfaces created in the 1970s. After creating among the 1st personal documenting studios with a range of best synthesizer equipment in the first ’70s, Tomita …

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Akimbo

Following band’s inception in the late ’90s, Seattle hardcore unit Akimbo got to the street, relentlessly touring the united states over time and departing a path of destruction in its wake. The music group — made up of Jared Burke Eglington (acoustic guitar), Jon Weisnewski (bass/vocals), and Nat Damm (drums) …

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Joe Elliott

Arguably typically the most popular very difficult rock band from the ’80s (and one of the very most tragedy-prone) was Def Leppard, fronted simply by singer Joe Elliot. Blessed in Sheffield, Britain, on August 1, 1959, Elliot became transfixed by such rockers as David Bowie, T. Rex, Queen, and Thin …

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Belay My Last

Punishing Orange Region metallic quintet Belay My Last shaped in 2004 across the talents of guitarists Ryan George and Nick Leavenworth, bass player Garrett Harer, drummer Ilai Lebel, and singer Jason Denney. The Western Coastline natives’ bludgeoning mixture of metalcore, thrash, and grindcore continues to be likened to likewise themed …

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