Orchestra Makassy

Probably one of the most popular Zairean rings from the past due ’70s and early ’80s, Orchestra Makassy served because the mating floor for such potential musical stars while guitarists Mose De Lover Lover and Remmy Ongala, who also went on to create Orchestra Super Matamila. The group was curved …

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Justin Hayward

Justin Hayward (b. Swindon, Oct 14, 1946; name David Justin Hayward) got his first acoustic guitar at age group nine. In 1965, he became a member of pre-Beatles British rocker Marty Wilde as an associate of his support music group, the Wild Pet cats. By the finish of 1965, Hayward …

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Rafter

Among San Diego’s music fixture Rafter Roberts’ many tasks — such as the indie pop duo Bunky, jogging among the city’s most widely used indie saving studios, and producing and anatomist albums for Castanets, the Fiery Furnaces, Arab on Radar, and much more — Rafter’s kaleidoscopic sound pop features Roberts …

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N Phase

In 1991, Melvin Baxter, Tevlin Williamson and Marlon Davis were singing as an a cappella trio in clubs around their Rock and roll Hill, SC house. They fulfilled Al Boyd and Donnie Mayes the next year and produced N-Phase. Following the urban-soul vocal group became regional favorites, they produced a …

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Joe Dassin

American expatriate Joe Dassin was among France’s most widely used singers through the past due ’60s and ’70s, initially building his name with stylized adaptations of folk and country materials from his birthplace. As his profession blossomed, Dassin switched progressively to traditional-style chansons penned by a number of the genre’s …

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Red Fox Chasers

Among Appalachia’s great old-time vocal and string rings, the Crimson Fox Chasers came collectively in the Union Grove Fiddler’s Convention in european NEW YORK and started building information shortly afterwards for the Gennett organization in Richmond, Indiana through the springtime of 1928. A.P. “Fonzie” Thompson and Bob Cranford was raised …

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Mount Eerie

Following the release from the Microphones’ 2003 album, Mount Eerie, Washington state songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer Phil Elverum took that title because the name of his subsequent project, which extended within the searching experience from the Microphones’ music. He founded the label P.W. Elverum and Sunlight Ltd., releasing a set of CD-Rs, Seven …

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Brian McKnight

Perhaps one of the most consistent and versatile adult modern R&B performers, Brian McKnight placed 10 albums across 2 decades — from the first ’90s through the first 2010s — within the very best 10 of Billboard’s R&B albums graph. Whether he composed and created for himself or collaborated with …

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Myth Science

Myth Research was a mid-’90s Sunlight Ra cover task by NY downtown players Reuben Radding (bass), Anthony Coleman (body organ), Briggan Krauss (alto sax), Tim Otto (tenor sax)and Ed Ware (drums). They documented one album during the period of a couple evenings in Oct, 1995 on the Knitting Factory’s Touch …

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Job for a Cowboy

Unleashing a relentless fusion of hardcore and death steel using the precision guitar assault of progressive steel, Work for a Cowboy was shaped in Glendale, Arizona in 2002. The group was founded by vocalist Jonny Davy, guitarists Ravi Bhadriraju and Andrew Arcurio, bassist Chad Staples, and drummer Andy Rysdam, as …

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