The Superbs

The Superbs, a LA, CA, quintet, waxed splendid records with heart-wrenching lyrics, aching network marketing leads, and glorious soprano fills by lone female member Eleanor “Punkin” Green, who frequently sang lead. Man members changed continuously throughout their developmental times, but settled relatively when they started documenting for Lew Bedell’s Dore …

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Aries Spears

Aries Spears can be an American comedian and professional most widely known for his impersonations of superstars, with rappers and Hollywood superstars being his beloved subjects. He was created in Chicago in 1975, and his family members shifted to NEW YORK soon afterward, ultimately relocating to NJ. Spears began executing …

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Danny Alvin

b. Daniel Alvin Viniello, 29 November 1902, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 6 Dec 1958, Chicago, Illinois, USA. While still in his teenagers Alvin performed drums professionally for several artists in the brand new York region, including Sophie Tucker with whom he worked well for 3 years. In 1922 he …

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Mantus

THE BRAND NEW York City-based band Mantus was a popular among clubgoers on the peak from the disco era. Produced in 1974, the group was originally referred to as Gypsy, and comprised vocalist Frank De Crescenzo, guitarist Jimmy Maer, bassist John Kaz and drummer Billy Amendola; they toured the tri-state …

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Manda & The Marbles

Vintage trio Manda as well as the Marbles–Manda (vocals/bass), Joe A. Harm (acoustic guitar) and Tag Slak (drums)–play fresh wave-inspired poppy, punk rock and roll. The band started to consider form when Manda fulfilled documenting engineer Joe A. Harm while she was playing in an organization known as Dick, Jane …

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The Stylistics

Following the Spinners as well as the O’Jays, the Stylistics were the best Philly soul group made by Thom Bell. Through the early ’70s, the music group had 12 directly Top Ten strikes, including “YOU MIGHT BE Everything,” “Betcha by Golly, Wow,” “I’m Rock deeply in love with You,” “SPLIT …

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The Strikers

This NY group had some disco/club hits in the first ’80s for Prelude. Drummer Milton Dark brown, bassist Willie Slaughter, keyboardist Howie Adolescent, guitarist Robert Gilliom, saxophonist Darryl Gibbs, and lead vocalist Ruben Faison got their first achievement with “Body Music” in 1981. It reached the R&B Best 30. The …

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Helen Gallagher

b. 19 July 1926, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Gallagher began like a dancer, showing up within the chorus of Seven Lively Arts (1944), her first-time on Broadway. In an identical capacity she made an appearance in Billion Buck Baby (1945) and had a larger role, this time around an performing …

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Daniel Denis

The co-founder, chief composer, and leader of Belgian gothic music group Univers No, Daniel Denis revealed a far more sensitive side on two solo albums — Sirius as well as the Spirits and Les Eaux Troubles — throughout a hiatus in the band in the first ’90s. As the albums …

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Henry Burr

Within the ’20s, Henry Burr was what would ultimately become referred to as a pop sensation, although back his era people may have thought that was some type of new soda. Henry Burr was a stage name, rather than the only person utilized by Harry McClaskey. He was also called: …

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