The Blazers

The Blazers, who play a guitar-heavy mixture of blues, browse rock, country, rocked-up norteño, cumbia, as well as other Mexican designs, are often weighed against their East LA counterparts, Los Lobos. Like Los Lobos, the Gourds, or Doug Sahm’s Tx Tornados, the Blazers perform rousing, danceable mixture of UNITED STATES …

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Soul’d Out

Soul’d Out — made up of business lead MC Diggy Mo, beatboxer and second-string MC Bro Hello there, and manufacturer/DJ Shinnosuke — released their initial album, a self-made limited-edition work, in past due 2002. The group runs on the fairly pop-friendly method of hip-hop, sporadically acquiring elements in the group …

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Simply Saucer

This four-piece band from Hamilton, Ontario, was formed in 1973 by Edgar Breau on lead guitar and vocals, Kevin Christoff on bass, Neil DeMerchant on drums, and Ping Romany on electronics. Though Just Saucer experienced the guts to gather tremendous affects from rock’s past, like the Velvet Underground, early Red …

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The Blasters

The all-American roots music music group the Blasters were principally brothers Dave and Phil Alvin, whose first-hand experience with blues experts shaped their sound and turned them both into contemporary singer/songwriters whose curiosity about roots rock hasn’t waned. The brothers, alongside Costs Bateman on drums and John Bazz on bass, …

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The Blam

Brooklyn’s jangly indie rockers the Blam shaped in 2001, when singer/guitarist Jerry Adler, guitarist Reuben Maher, bassist Itamar Ziegler, and drummer Yuval Lion made a decision to form their very own band after admiring each other’s work in additional groups. Adler’s primary musical motivation was the Beatles, however the Blam’s …

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Malcolm Martineau

Although most carefully identified with Welsh bass baritone Bryn Terfel, with whom he has appeared and documented to stunning effect, Malcolm Martineau has generated himself independently one of the cream of singers and instrumentalists through the United kingdom Isles and beyond. Among an extraordinary third era of accompanists following a …

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Simply Red

Led with the vocalist Mick Hucknall, the English blue-eyed soul group Simply Red became international stars making use of their debut album, Picture Book. In the strike ballad “Keeping Back again the Years,” Hucknall demonstrated that he could sing soulfully without affectation, while their cover from the Valentine Brothers’ “Money’s …

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Sword

Sword was formed in Canada by brothers Mick Hughes (vocals) and Dan Hughes (drums), guitarist Mike Herb, and bassist Mike Larock in early 1985. Putting your signature on with regional Aquarius Information, the band slice its solid, though barely groundbreaking, debut Metalized in 1986. The band’s audio was a muscular …

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The Lost Souls

The Shed Souls under no circumstances released any records, the meager recorded evidence that survives indicates that these were among the finest unfamiliar American sets of the mid-’60s, in a position to write both catchy Uk Invasion-type rockers and, within their latter times, experimental psychedelic pieces with unusual tempo changes …

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The Blamed

The Christian punk strap the Blamed includes Bryan Grey, Jim Chaffin, Jeff Locke, and John Hansen. Their 1st two albums, 21 and Frail, had been released on Teeth & Nail Information; three years later on Forever arrived around the Grr label. They came back to their initial label in 2002, …

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