The Moonglows

The Moonglows were being among the most important R&B sets of the 1950s, even though they only had a small number of hits among less than 50 recorded songs, in a brief history that lasted just six years, in sharp contrast to such acts because the Orioles as well as …

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The Moody Brothers

The Moody family continues to be involved in almost every facet of old-time Appalachian music; even though the old-fashioned, acoustic old-time noises of an organization like the Briarhoppers, a string music group that first created in Charlotte in the first ’30s, as well as the purely new-generation electronic nation dance …

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Middle of the Road

One particular uniquely ’70s organizations, Middle of the street were a Scottish pop vocal group whose singles “Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep,” “Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum,” and “Soley Soley” were huge Western hits, selling within the tens of millions. Created by Sally Carr (vocals), Ian McCredie (acoustic guitar), Eric McCredie (bass), …

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New Dylans

THE BRAND NEW Dylans were a four-man folk-rock outfit made up of songwriters and co-founders Jim Reilley and Reese Campbell, and 10,000 Maniacs’ Jerome Augustyniak and John Lombardo. The music group created in Warren, PA, and come up with an EP of six tunes for his or her first release. …

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The Upsetters

Maker Lee “Scuff” Perry’s longtime home music group, the Upsetters appeared on a few of the most legendary information in reggae background, like the early strikes from the Wailers. The group was called after Perry’s 1968 smash “The Upsetter,” as well as the Upsetter label was also put on his …

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The Untouchables

An early Western Coast ska music group which blended R&B addresses with reggae rhythms and recorded with England’s Stiff Reports, the Untouchables debuted in 1984 with Live & Let Dance. The group made up of vocalist Chuck Askerneese, guitarist and vocalist Clyde Grimes, bassist Derek Breakfield, key pad participant Brewster, …

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Shayne Ward

Pop singer Shayne Ward rocketed to popularity via the U.K. skill display The X Aspect. Born Oct 15, 1984, in Manchester, Britain, Ward initial surfaced within the little-known group Future before earning interest in another tv amateur competition, Popstars: The Competitors. Eliminated from the ultimate 30 contestants, he agreed upon …

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Luis Jahn

Argentinean singer/songwriter Luis Jahn was captivated by regional well-known music at age 16, he soon started singing, building his live debut in 1982. After graduating from senior high school, Luis Jahn transferred to Buenos Aires, where he proved helpful alongside David Lebón. In 1989, the talented musician resolved within the …

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The Ones

THOSE created a significant stir in NEW YORK through the early 2000s using its “Flawless” single. The trio of vocalists — Paul Alexander, JoJo Americo, and Nashom — fulfilled one another while working on the Greenwich Community store Patricia Field. They discovered they had very much in common, especially a …

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Mama Zeus

Mama Zeus, the funk rock and roll quintet from NEVADA, continues to be perfecting it’s slicky rock and roll & roll methods since 1996. The music group, which is made up of vocalist Nicole Sottile, guitarists Charlie Vantine, and William McCleary, bassist Dave St. John, and drummer Vinny Castaldo, provides …

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