Send No Flowers

The storyplot of Bristol, England-based Send No Flowers is a prime exemplory case of the ruthlessness from the music industry. With the initial name of Agent Orange, Steve Rendell (acoustic guitar), Dominic Gearon (bass), Matt Bradbury (vocals), Scott Leach (acoustic guitar) and Tom Broman (drums) created the music group in …

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Renaud Séchan

b. 11 Might 1952, Paris, France. A politically motivated vocalist, Séchan was created into a middle income environment, but used a working course and left-wing position. He thought we would assault the establishment through his tunes and this resulted in the repertoire he pulls upon, which include tunes of protest …

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Screecha Nice

b. Kingston, Jamaica, Western Indies. In his youngsters Screecha Good emigrated to Toronto, Canada where he finished his education and performed on regional audio systems. He strolled using a pronounced limp, due to a bullet getting lodged in his hip, but changed his infliction to his benefit and his design …

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Scrap Iron Scientists

This all-black rock-band, comprising Richard Martin (vocals), Steve Wellington (guitar), Steve Liburd (bass) and Johann James (drums), was formed in London, England, in 1994, and rose to prominence in 1995 as support act on Body Count’s UK tour. Their uncompromising rock and roll sound was similar to both Anthrax and …

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Roy Scott

b. Apr c.1925, USA. Referred to as Ramblin’ Roy Scott, from 1946 towards the later 70s he was a highlighted musician on WWVA’s Wheeling Jamboree in Western world Virginia. Contained in Scott’s repertoire was a exciting edition of ‘Orange Blossom Particular’. His three daughters, Jan, Lauren (aka Lori) and Lois, …

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Scion Sashay Success

b. George Narcisse, Kingston, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Sashay’s history remains a secret although he provides clearly mentioned that Scion ought to be pronounced Skee-On. In 1983, having relocated to the united states, the singer started his profession in the brand new York dancehall picture. Jah Lifestyle was impressed after …

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Schon & Hammer

This is a short-lived partnership between Trip’s Neal Schon (b. 27 Feb 1954, San Mateo, California, USA; acoustic guitar, vocals) and Jan Hammer (b. 17 Apr 1948, Prague, Czechoslovakia; keyboards, drums). The fusion of designs between Schon’s AOR and Hammer’s jazz rock and roll produced Untold Enthusiasm, an archive that …

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Fritzi Scheff

b. Fredericka Scheff Yarger, 30 August 1879, Vienna, Austria-Hungary, d. 8 Apr 1954, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Scheff’s mom was Hortense Scheff Yarger, soprano with Vienna’s Imperial Opera. She also made an appearance in grand opera prior to going to the united states to try out on Broadway. Scheff is …

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Ed Schaffer

b. USA, d. USA. An obscure blues guitarist who occasionally also proved helpful as an archive producer, Schaffer’s roots are unknown. Through the 30s, he sometimes proved helpful in duo with guitarist Oscar Woods, as the Shreveport House Wreckers, making several recordings for Victor Information in the beginning of the …

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Scarlet Party

This short-lived, Beatles -inspired quartet was formed in 1981 by brothers Graham Dye (b. 2 August 1961, Barking, Essex, Britain; vocals/electric guitar) and Steven Dye (b. 17 Sept 1963, Barking, Essex, Britain; bass, vocals/keyboards), who had been joined up with by Sean Heaphy (drums) and Tag Gilmour (electric guitar), younger …

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