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Eric Weissberg

Multi-instrumentalist Eric Weissberg will be remembered being a one-hit question for his 1973 smash “Dueling Banjos,” but which was only a little section of his lengthy profession being a studio room musician. Get good at of ten musical instruments — bass (acoustic and electrical), electric guitar, fiddle, banjo, kazoo, mandolin, …

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Ernest Hare

The partnership of the baritone singer along with a tenor named Billy Jones was exceedingly popular on radio within the ’20s and ’30s. The duo of Ernest Hare and Billy Jones may also be reported to be among the initial performing acts to get “hit information,” the quotation marks utilized …

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Arni Egilsson

A bassist who’s performed several sessions within the ’80s and ’90s, while building three albums being a leader for Internal Town, Anseus Music and Bay Metropolitan areas.

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Boyce & Hart

Boyce & Hart, the songwriting and (later on) performing group of Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart, are most well-known for writing many of the Monkees’ big hits, including “Last Teach to Clarksville,” “Valleri,” and “(I’m Not Your) Stepping Rock.” Collectively and separately, in addition they wrote or added to strikes …

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Tony Ellis

Bluegrass and old-timey string music group customs are fused in to the deeply personal single banjo and fiddle design of Tony Ellis. A five-time receiver of composition honours from your ASCAP (American Culture of Composers and Web publishers), Ellis was presented during a nationwide Masters from the Banjo tour, sponsored …

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Giorgio Zancanaro

Giorgio Zancanaro has already established a solid Euro career despite an entire insufficient formal schooling. He was a policeman when he started singing. His main assignments are Rigoletto, Escamillo (Carmen), Germont Pére (Traviata), Enrico Ashton (Lucia di Lammermoor), the Great Priest (Samson et Dalila) and Renato in Un ballo in …

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Charles Tournemire

A precocious kid, Charles Tournemire was appointed organist from the cathedral of St. Pierre in Bordeaux at age 11. He examined on the Conservatoire de Paris with César Franck and Charles-Marie Widor, earning in 1891 the initial prize in body organ; he also examined with d’Indy in the Schola Cantorum. …

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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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Nolan Chance

Nolan Opportunity was a fixture around the music picture in Chicago for a long time; a vocalist of considerable skill who, by virtue of poor timing and business circumstances beyond his control, by no means quite got the proper break at the proper time to accomplish a number of the …

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Helen Boudreaux

Cajun singer and songwriter Helen Boudreaux is a survivor. Although she experienced three failed relationships and was severly abused during two of these, Boudreaux is constantly on the discover solace in her music. “I maintain jumping up, ” she stated by phone. “I’ve eight kids and twenty-three grandchildren. I am …

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