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Joey Welz

Best-known among the initial completed rockabilly pianists (and a one-time person in Bill Haley & His Comets), Joey Welz provides issued countless single albums by himself over time, not only is it the leader of a set of unbiased record labels, Caprice Records and Canadian American Records, and being truly …

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Janet Lawson

An excellent singer who spent an extended period from the picture, Janet Lawson is longer overdue for very much greater identification. She performed on the air and regional tv as a kid. In 1960, she transferred to NY where she caused Artwork Farmer, Ron Carter, Duke Pearson, Chick Corea, among …

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Frank Zappa

Composer, guitarist, vocalist, and bandleader Frank Zappa was one musical figure throughout a executing and recording profession that lasted through the 1960s towards the ’90s. His disparate affects included doo wop music and avant-garde traditional music; although he led groupings that might be known as rock and roll & roll …

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Murry Sidlin

Murray Sidlin is a noted American conductor and a gifted presenter and explainer of classical music. He started his professional profession on the Baltimore Symphony as Helper Conductor under Sergiu Commissiona. He also offered as Citizen Conductor from the Country wide Symphony Orchestra of Washington, D.C., for four years under …

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Robbie Basho

Robbie Basho was minimal celebrated from the trio of ’60s classical guitar virtuosos who established themselves while innovators within the Takoma label (the other two were John Fahey and Leo Kottke). You can surmise why Basho discovered a natural house on Takoma. Like Fahey and Kottke, he was identified to …

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Gary Bartz

Alto saxophonist Gary Bartz attended the Juilliard Conservatory of Music and joined up with Charles Mingus’ Jazz Workshop from 1962-1964 where he caused Eric Dolphy and encountered McCoy Tyner for the very first time. He also started gigging being a sideman within the middle-’60s with Abbey Lincoln and Utmost Roach, …

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Jay Leonhart

An excellent bassist, Jay Leonhart in addition has had a parallel and occasionally overlapping career being a witty lyricist and occasional singer. As a kid he went to the Peabody Conservatory (1946-1950), and by enough time he visited the Berklee University of Music (1959-1961), he was a jazz musician. He …

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