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Tag Archives: 1970s – 2010s

The Sugarhill Gang

Although Sugarhill Gang inaugurated the annals of documented hip-hop making use of their single “Rapper’s Delight,” a multi-platinum-seller and radio hit in 1979, the group was cooked as much as profit from a supposed novelty item. Music sector manufacturer and label owner Sylvia Robinson got notice the substantial hip-hop block …

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Kath Bloom

The little girl of oboist Robert Bloom, Kath Bloom can be an American singer/songwriter much like Vashti Bunyan. She was raised in New Haven, Connecticut, where she analyzed the cello as a kid and began playing your guitar when she was an adolescent. Bloom collaborated with Bruce Neumann in the …

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Malcolm Young

His younger business lead guitar-playing sibling Angus will be the primary attraction of AC/DC in concert, but tempo guitarist Malcolm Small may be the band’s music anchor. Given birth to on January 6, 1953, in Glasgow, Scotland, Malcolm and his family members relocated to Sydney, Australia, when he was ten-years-old. …

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Harry Shearer

Humorist Harry Shearer is something of the comic Renaissance guy, having worked in music, film, tv, radio, and books during the period of a profession that’s spanned five years. Born on Dec 23, 1943, Shearer started his profession at age seven, when his piano instructor suggested he could have got …

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Miriam Linna

A female who has turned into a one-person pop tradition expert, Miriam Linna offers seemingly done everything — played in rings, released information, edited magazines, posted books, promoted concerts, and launched a solo career, all in the eye of keeping awesome stuff in the general public vision and reminding the …

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Half Japanese

Handful of punk rock’s founding fathers might have expected the severe to which Fifty percent Japanese took the music’s D.We.Con. ethos. Founded by brothers Jad and David Good, Fifty percent Japanese had been quite essentially the most amateurish rock-band to produce a record because the Shaggs, basically ignoring musical essentials …

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Girlschool

Even though Runaways preceded them by many years, Girlschool was among the first all-female outfits to emerge within the male-dominated world of heavy steel/hard rock, assisting to pave just how for similar sets of the near future. Originally produced in South London during 1977 by bassist Enid Williams and vocalist/guitarist …

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Bedemon

You can’t have more “cult metal” than Pentagram (in the end, the group didn’t have the ability to issue an effective studio album throughout their early-’70s maximum), but somehow, Bedemon manages to do this feat. Through the early ’70s, Pentagram bandmembers Bobby Liebling (vocals) and Geof O’Keefe (drums) had been …

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Hans Theessink

Austria-based acoustic and electrical folk musician and bluesman brings a freshness of appreciation towards the American blues idiom, be it classic blues through the ’20s and ’30s or even more modern metropolitan blues from Chicago through the ’50s and ’60s. Theessink’s discography greater than 20 albums — all released in …

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Dżem

Polish blues-rock legends most widely known because of their hits “Czerwony Jak Cegla,” “Whisky,” “Harley Moj,” “Mala Aleja Roz,” “List do M,” and “Sen o Victorii,” Dżem (means “jam”) shaped in 1973, using the traditional lineup comprising Ryszard Riedel (vocals, harmonica), Beno Otreba (bass, guitar, vocals), Adam Otreba (guitar, vocals), …

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