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Tag Archives: 1970s – 2010s

Dick Feller

Best-known for a short run of nation novelty strikes in the middle-’70s, Dick Feller was also a songwriter in charge of several strikes by other performers, especially his oftentime composing partner, Jerry Reed. Feller was created in Bronaugh, MO, in 1943, and began performing and composing in his past due …

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André Rieu

Re-creating the love of the bygone era, violinist and conductor André Rieu surfaced in the past due 1980s like a latter-day Waltz Ruler, focusing on light classics and Viennese salon music. Rieu originated from a suitably musical family members: his dad was the conductor from the Limburg Symphony Orchestra and …

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Les Dudek

Guitarist Les Dudek offers played with a few of rock and roll and pop’s biggest brands (Stevie Nicks, Steve Miller, Dave Mason, Cher, Boz Scaggs, as well as the Allman Brothers Music group, amongst others), furthermore to issuing single albums by himself. Created on August 2, 1952, in Rhode Isle, …

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Lenny Williams

Although Lenny Williams has already established an extended solo career, he’s still best-known for his 3 years as the lead singer of Tower of Power, among the best funk/soul bands from the ’70s. But Williams was going after a solo profession before signing up for Tower of Power, and he …

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Chanticleer

Chanticleer could be the just indie full-time classical vocal outfit in america. Since its inception in 1978, the group is rolling out an excellent status because of its interpretation of music from many styles, and its own bell-like sound offers set a fresh ensemble regular. Originally founded to sing Renaissance …

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Deniece Williams

One of the most distinctive vocalists who have arrived through the spirit period, Deniece Williams is well known for soaring, four-octave soprano tone of voice, later-’70s and early-’80s R&B classics such as for example “Free of charge” and “Silly,” as well as the 1984 number 1 pop strike “Let’s Hear …

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Deliverance

Danny, Ken and Paul Janz shaped Deliverance in Munich, Germany, though these are from Alberta, Canada. They released three albums before Paul Janz embarked on the solo career.

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Lene Lovich

One of the most offbeat and memorable numbers in new influx, Lene Lovich certainly drew a lot of her widely varied strategy from her unconventional early encounters. Born of the Yugoslavian dad and British mom, she spent a lot of her child years in Detroit, MI. At age group 13, …

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Delbert McClinton

The venerable Delbert McClinton is a star among Texas roots music aficionados, not merely for his amazing longevity, but also for his capability to combine country, blues, soul, and rock & roll as though there have been no distinctions between some of them in the very best time-honored Texas tradition. …

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Lee Fields

Lee Areas initially produced his name among die-hard funk enthusiasts with some hard-hitting singles recorded for various little labels through the ’70s. Everything about Areas — his appear, his vocals, the grooves on his information — was therefore indebted to Adam Dark brown that he received the nickname “Small J.B.” …

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