After Hours

This UK heavy rock-band, located in Southampton, was formed from your ashes of XS and Love Attack. Composed of Jon Francis (vocals), Tim Payne (acoustic guitar), Rick Small (keyboards), Martin Wall space (bass) and Tag Addison (drums), After Hours specific in melodic pomp/AOR, although tougher sides were also sometimes apparent. …

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Afraid of Mice

Previously known variously mainly because Beano, the Press as well as the Jones, Liverpool, England’s Afraid Of Mice was formed in early 1979 simply by ex-Next member Philip Franz Jones (acoustic guitar/vocals), who for six years struggled with regularly fluctuating personnel to discover a suitable, permanent line-up. He was joined …

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Advisory Circle

The Advisory Group may be the bewitching alias of former Ruler of Woolworths and Georges Vent artist Jon Brooks. Explaining the Advisory Group audio as “Everything’s good, but there is certainly something nearly right about any of it,” Brooks’ eerie consumer electronics and warped collages of sound and samples discovered …

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Adom

Produced in Atlanta, Georgia, USA in 2000, this alt rock-band includes Conal Byrne (vocals, keyboards, guitar), Chris Insley (guitar), Bert Genovese (bass), and Andrew Freni (drums/percussion). Rather than building up their repertoire by playing before live viewers straightaway, Adom had taken the opposite path by practising incessantly within their rehearsal …

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Wendel Adkins

b. 20 Sept 1946, Kentucky, USA. Elevated in Fremont, Ohio, during his teenagers, Adkins played body organ in a rock-band, but he desired to sing nation music. He visited Nashville but poor administration stifled his skill and his ambition. Adkins shifted to NEVADA and, because he was high, good-looking and …

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Adjágas

This Norwegian duo comprises the Sámi yoikers Sara Marielle Gaup and Lawra Somby. The Sámi people comprise among the largest cultural groups in European countries but their traditional vocal music got declined in recognition during the period of the twentieth hundred years, using the yoik (or joik) design most regularly …

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Lanrewaju Adepoju

b. Nigeria. As fuji swept through Nigeria and neighbouring countries, supplanting the original reputation of highlife and juju, many performers switched allegiance. Among the less popular but best types of this quick conversion is previous juju experienced Lanrewaju Adepoju. Referred to as the ‘Ewi Ruler’, he do at least offer …

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Kengbe Adeboye

b. Nigeria. Adeboye, the first choice of religiously motivated juju music group the Funwuton Company, can be known beneath the alias Alhaji Pastor Oluwo. Therefore he is viewed as the pioneer of ‘Oduology’, a theocratically themed mixture of standard juju and its own contemporary counterpart, fuji. The lyrical message is …

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S.A. Adams

One of steel’s unsung underground warriors, Adams initial started fusing punk with hard rock and roll in the Fury, whose profession stretched more than four years and 3 line-ups. Previous music group people included Rick Rubin (manufacturer), Mike Nach (Wicked Maraya) and Mike Portnoy (Fantasy Theater). Documenting credits also add …

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Mike and Tim Adam

This trio from Liverpool, Merseyside, England, was formed in the first 60s and continued release a a succession of singles for Decca Records and Columbia Records without ever recording an album. Composed of Tim Saunders, Mike Sedgewick and Peter ‘Adam’ Sedgewick, the trio’s vocals had been supported by studio room …

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