Sammi Cheng

With her sensual vocals and warm personality, Sammi Cheng is becoming perhaps one of the most successful artists in Hong Kong. A talented celebrity who has made an appearance in such Chinese language films as Experience 100% and its own two sequels, she’s found sustained success like a vocalist. The …

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Camilo Sesto

Spanish star Camilo Sesto started his music career while using in a music group called Los Botines, mostly influenced with the Beatles. After conference manufacturer Juan Pardo the musician went by himself, releasing his initial record, obtaining the strike music “Fresa Salvaje,” and “Algo De Mi,” immediately after. By 1974 …

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Camilo Azuquita

b. Camilo Luis Argumédez, 1945, Colón, Panama. Azuquita’s parents had been both performers of Cuban child and Panamanian tamborito (an African-derived music type). At age 15 he authorized his 1st professional agreement to sing in Peru. Azuquita relocated to Puerto Rico within the middle-60s and sang business lead vocals around …

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George Washington & The Cherry Stompers

Houston-based act which was the very first group authorized to C.L. Milburn’s Ocean Ell label. George Washington & the Cherry Stompers specialised in garage area punk and psychedelic punk, having a inclination toward swirling body organ arabesques within their tunes, sometimes employed in small keys much like their debut solitary, …

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George Van Eps

George Truck Eps was a tranquil legend among jazz guitarists, person who dating back to the 1930s pioneered a harmonically advanced chordal/lead style which was eclipsed in impact with the single-string idioms of Charlie Christian and Django Reinhardt. However Truck Eps, like his brassy colleague Les Paul, also stood aside …

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Capleton

Alongside Buju Banton and Sizzla, Capleton spearheaded dancehall’s go back to reggae tradition, tackling Rastafarian religious themes and using traditional roots reggae being a musical foundation. Capleton was created Clifton George Bailey III on Apr 13, 1967, within the rural city of Islington, in Jamaica’s St. Mary parish. Capleton’s namesake …

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Gunnar Bergsten

Although not popular in American jazz circles, Gunnar Bergsten is among Sweden’s finest baritone sax players and commands significant amounts of respect among Scandinavian jazzmen. The melodic and recognizable Bergsten is kind of a middleweight champ from the baritone — he includes a larger build than Gerry Mulligan, but he …

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Gunmoll

Grit and interest coupled with Jawbreaker and Leatherface affects to create the melodic yet intense post-hardcore of Gainesville’s Gunmoll. The music group, whose sound had not been therefore dissimilar from WARM WATER Music and almost all from the No Idea Information roster, was made up of vocalist/guitarist Mike Hale, bassist/vocalist …

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Fabio Biondi

Fabio Biondi is Italy’s leading period device and Baroque violinist and is among the leading Western violinists. He started violin lessons with Salvatore Cicerto at age five in his indigenous Palermo. At age 12 he made an appearance being a concerto soloist using the Italian Radio (RAI) Symphony Orchestra in …

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George Gruntz

George Gruntz’s Concert Jazz Music group, an orchestra that emphasized originals by bandmembers (both former and present) as well as the leader’s agreements, was perhaps one of the most stimulating of most jazz big rings, with a brief history spanning several decades. Gruntz, an excellent pianist, performed locally in Switzerland …

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