The Ill Wind

The psychedelic group Ill Blowing wind released just one single album, and although it had been for a reasonably big label (ABC), it had been indeed ill-distributed and heard by few at that time. Like a amount of past due-’60s rings from Boston, Sick Wind experienced having less a regular …

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Seabird

Created in 2004 round the talents of siblings Aaron (vocals and keyboards) and Ryan (guitar) Morgan, Cincinnati-based contemporary rock and roll outfit Seabird crafts soul-searching, piano-driven, alternative play the vein of Coldplay, David Crowder Strap, Needtobreathe, and Switchfoot. The music group’s 2008 debut, ‘Til We START TO SEE THE Shore, …

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Gipsyland

Anchored by Kiko Motos, the lead touring vocalist for the Gipsy Kings and his son, Juanito, Gipsyland was a group that mixed the heritage of flamenco music with contemporary rhythms and dance mixes. Their debut record, Viva la Música, was made by Metro (the London-based group of Tag Taylor and …

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Kirk Brandenberger

b. 16 August 1955, Keokuk, Iowa, USA. A favorite nation fiddler, Brandenberger offers used guitarist Karl Shiflett And His Big Nation Show, which include Lyle Meador (mandolin), Jake Jenkins (banjo), Kris Shiflett (bass). He’s also owner of Primary Slashes radio network and it has been deeply mixed up in advertising …

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DJ Kayslay

Referred to as the Play Ruler (aka Slap YOUR PREFERRED DJ), DJ Kayslay rose to the very best of his field by refereeing a few of the most talked-about MC fights of the first 2000s, especially Jay-Z versus Nas and 50 Cent versus Ja Guideline, in his Streetsweeper mixtape series …

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Giorgio Gomelsky

Giorgio Gomelsky was among the key heroes of Uk rock, and even one of the most important nonmusicians in rock background. Being a promoter and supervisor he was instrumental in introducing the professions of both Rolling Rocks as well as the Yardbirds. His creation credits adorn several significant recordings, especially …

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Honeycut

After meeting through mutual friends, Bart Davenport, Hervé “RV” Salters, and Tony Sevener, most of whom have been involved with various Bay Region projects, made a decision to meet in Salters’ home studio and find out what they could create collectively musically. With Davenport on vocals (he previously sung using …

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Giovanni Hidalgo

Broadly acknowledged among the best congueros of his generation, Giovanni Hidalgo was created in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 1963, first taking on the drums five years later on; the son from the mentioned percussionist Jose “Manengue” Hidalgo, he was informed in Latin rhythms from child years onward, so when …

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Happy Mondays

Combined with the Rock Roses, Content Mondays were the leaders from the later-’80s/early-’90s dance club-influenced Manchester scene, experiencing a short moment in the spotlight before collapsing in 1992. As the Rock Roses were located in ’60s pop, adding just hook hint of dance music, Happy Mondays immersed themselves within the …

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Fabulous Peps

Detroit spirit group the Fabulous Peps was made up of vocalists Tommy “Surprise” Hester, “Small Joe” Harris, and Ronnie Abner, the second option a former person in the Vibratones. Based on an article for the www.soulfuldetroit.com site, the group was founded in 1962 and spent its formative years gigging at …

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