John Cate

John Cate resides western of Boston, MA, and writes melodic music using a worldly perspective. Blessed Apr 11, 1955, in Liverpool, Britain, to American ex-pats his parents resolved in New Britain circa 1960. Cate started playing and performing at age nine after viewing the Beatles over the Ed Sullivan Present. …

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Peter Greenwell

Composer and pianist Peter Greenwell channeled the style and wit of his coach, Zeroël Coward, to emerge among the postwar generation’s foremost interpreters from the cabaret custom. Blessed in Warwickshire, Britain, on August 12, 1929, Greenwell started his theatrical profession as an professional, concurrently using his skills being a pianist …

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The Weasels

Best known because of their dark-humored 1978 one “Defeat Her Using a Rake,” the Weasels were an irreverent, sneering, in-your-face punk music group such as Dark Flag, the Group Jerks, and Deceased Boys. A very important factor that separated the Los Angeles-based Weasels (who must not be confused using a …

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Boxers

Mixing melodious pop inspirations with artful visions of choice rock and roll, the Boxers eventually deliver distinctly styled designs adjoined by their message-full lyrics. Their music expresses their main inspirations, going in the symbolic rock masterpieces of David Bowie towards the visionary inflections from the Who. Via Eugene, OR, the …

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Joe Gordon

This recording engineer, who edited a assortment of American Works for Balinese Gamelan Orchestra, shouldn’t be recognised incorrectly as the bebop trumpeter from the same name.

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Trio Iraquitã

Trio Iraquitã had its maximum in the ’50s, focusing on the bolero repertory with much mariachi impact, and became internationally famous before it had been popular in Brazil. The trio shaped in Natal (Rio Grande perform Norte) by Edinho (violão, or acoustic guitar), Paulo Gilvan (afoxê), and João Costa Neto …

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Lauchlin Shaw

Although old-time music is frequently from the Smoky Mountains and the region referred to as Appalachia, there is a period when the complete state of NEW YORK was rocking to these sounds. This musician who was simply referred to as “the soft fiddler” was among the great proponents from the …

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Gothart

In mere six years, Gothart evolved from a historical music ensemble concentrating on the Czech Gothic period to a hot East-European folk party band. Its primary features will be the specialized prowess from the music artists, their usage of middle ages instruments, and the actual fact that six of these …

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John Costa

Rockabilly bassist John Costa shouldn’t be confused using the pianist in the Mr. Rogers’ Community present. The bassist’s community is LA and his area of expertise is certainly rockabilly revival, which he provides thumped and taped with rings such as for example Thirteen Superstars. He also offers no regards to …

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Rena Gaile

Traditional country singer Rena Gaile was twice nominated for RPM Magazine’s Big Nation Awards group of Exceptional Fresh Artist. The 1st honor arrived in 1993 following the launch of “Daddy’s College.” The next, which came 3 years later on, followed the discharge of From a Limb. The indie recording was …

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