Lattie Moore

Lattie Moore was a nation and hillbilly vocalist/guitarist, an admirer of Gene Autry and Hank Williams whose early high-energy quantities anticipated rock and roll & move in everything but name. Lattie Harrison Moore was created in 1924 in Scottsville, Kentucky, to Dora and Homer Leo Moore — his dad was …

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Gas Mark 5

This group formed following demise of the united kingdom folk dance band Flowers And Frolics. The original line-up highlighted Dan Quinn (b. 11 Oct 1949, Grimsby, South Humberside, Britain; melodeon), Nick Havell (b. Nicholas George Havell, 7 January 1951, Stratford, London, Britain; bass trombone/piano), Trevor Bennett (b. 4 August 1945, …

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Fatala

Traditional drum and dance troupe shaped in 1981 by professional percussionist Yacouba Camara. Camara still left Guinea within the ’60s, vacationing through Western Africa and European countries and surviving in Paris and Holland. After creating a name for himself, he came back to Guinea and recruited music artists and dancers …

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Mark Owen

Probably most widely known among the founding members of Take That — together with Gary Barlow, Jason Orange, Robbie Williams, and Howard Donald — Mark Owen effectively carved a solo career following the group’s initial break-up in 1996. Created in Oldham, Britain, in 1972, Owen’s unique boyhood fantasy was to …

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Divit

It’s no key that San Francisco’s East Bay offers given delivery to a lot of melodic pop-punk rings over time. One such music group that came into being in the past due ’90s around that region (in fact from suburban Antioch) was Divit. The foursome — High Brinkerhoff (acoustic guitar/vocals), …

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The Staccatos

The Staccatos were formed in 1963 in Ottawa by vocalist Dean Hagopian, guitarist Vern Craig, bassist Brian Rading, and drummer/vocalist Rick Bell. Upon the departure of Hagopian, vocalist/guitarist Les Emmerson became a member of the music group, and would end up being the outfit’s primary songwriter. After documenting “Small Town …

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Cub

Crush pop trio Cub formed in 1992 after vocalist/bassist Lisa Marr, guitarist Robynn Iwata, and drummer Valeria Fellini met while functioning at the faculty radio station of the alma mater, the College or university of Uk Columbia. Despite no prior musical knowledge — through the entire band’s first season, Iwata …

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Tamarack

From its Ontario base, Tamarack continues to be discovering Canada’s history through song for a lot more than 15 years. This well-known trio, dubbed the “Peter, Paul, and Mary of Canada” moves the distance and breadth of the northern land, performing about the anglers and farmers, whalers and wilderness manuals, …

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Tora! Tora! Torrance!

Tora! Tora! Torrance! comes from the same community that brought listeners the Substitutes, Hüsker Dü, and Suicide Commandos; nevertheless, the dynamic indie rock and roll quintet arrived almost twenty years after those pioneers. Just like ironic and passionate mainly because their mentors, Tora! Tora! Torrance! is definitely made up of …

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Claire Lynch

Having a high-pitched voice which has been in comparison to Nanci Griffith and Alison Krauss, Claire Lynch has successfully fused a background in popular music along with a love of bluegrass. Created in Kingston, NY, Lynch shifted with her family members to Hazel Green, Alabama at age 12. Inspired from …

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