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Tag Archives: 1930s – 1950s

Glen Taylor

A small number of nation music stars possess produced professions in politics. Many of them produced those professions in the deep south and had been politics numbers on the proper. The two-term governor of Louisiana, Jimmie Davis, was the most prominent, but Jimmy Swan and Tex Ritter both stood for …

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Eddie “Piano” Miller

Among the countless existing performers named Eddie Miller, just a few thought we would fancy credit points up with a nickname. With this little realm from the nicknamed, some select something basic, announcing clearly what type of instrument they might become playing. Eddie “Piano” Miller can be an example of …

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George Posford

b. Benjamin George Ashwell, 23 March 1906, Folkestone, Kent, Britain, d. 24 Apr 1976, Worplesdon, Surrey, Britain. Graduating from Cambridge College or university, Posford prepared a law profession but the effective interpolation within an early 30s touring edition of Lavender of the song he previously created with Rodney Hobson prompted …

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Nelson de Seixas Ferreira

Nelson de Seixas Ferreira wrote, among many songs, the strikes “Suave Melodia” and “Êxtase.” He was an associate from the orchestras of Romeu Silva, Napoleão Tavares, and Dedé, also having proved helpful in the nightclubs which elaborated the gafieira design, just like the Avenida Danças.

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Rubens Barcelos

Rubens Barcelos, Bide’s sibling, was a famous sambista in Estácio. When he passed away, the sambistas from the hill sang a liturgical samba in his homage, which starts the following: “Morreu nosso mano Rubens/O Estácio de saudade chora/Ó que mundo ingrato/Que a todos devora” (“Our sibling Rubens passed away/Estácio cries, …

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J. Cascata

Author of “Lábios Que Beijei,” “Maria,” and “Quem Foi,” a number of the biggest strikes of, respectively, Orlando Silva, Sílvio Caldas, and Carlos Galhardo, and having used Leonel Azevedo in another of the main compositional duos from the Golden Age group of Brazilian radio (“Mágoas de Caboclo,” “História Joanina,” “Juramento …

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Bando de Tangarás

The Bando de Tangarás, active from 1929 to 1931, revealed a number of the biggest stars from the golden age of Brazilian song who followed their individual careers following the group’s dissolution: Almirante (pandeiro/vocals), João de Barro (guitar/vocals), Noel Rosa (guitar), Henrique Brito (guitar), and Alvinho Miranda Ribeiro (guitar/vocals). In …

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Max Geldray

If the Dutch Max Geldray was the first jazz harmonica participant in the genre’s history is, like many such distinctions, a little difficult to discern for certain. He was among the earliest recognised performers of jazz using one from the just musical instruments in the music that may be stashed …

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Trio de Ouro

This vocal group officially formed in 1939 following the breakup of Herivelto Martins and Nilo Chagas’ Preto e Branco duo. Adding Dalva de Oliveira finished Trio de Ouro, which got its peak within the next 10 years with two immortal classics, “Ave Maria no Morro” (Martins) and “Praça Onze” (Martins/Grande …

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The Korn Kobblers

When Austin alt-country celebrities the Hickoids pelt an target audience with corn, a socially beneficial custom has been followed dating back again to the ’30s as well as the Korn Kobblers, advertised within their heyday mainly because “America’s most non-sensical dance music group.” High stalks of terms indeed due to …

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