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Tag Archives: 1980s – 2010s

Steve Stevens

Among the flashiest guitarists (both visually and instrumentally) to emerge from the ’80s rock and roll picture was Steve Stevens. Delivered in Brooklyn, NY, on, may 5, 1959, Stevens initial picked up your guitar when he was just seven yrs . old, and afterwards became a devoted prog rock and …

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Suzanne Vega

Suzanne Vega was the 1st major number in the bumper crop of feminine singer/songwriters who rose to prominence through the past due ’80s and ’90s. Her hushed, restrained folk-pop and extremely literate lyrics (motivated chiefly by Leonard Cohen, in addition to Lou Reed and Bob Dylan) laid the original musical …

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Sonique

Though she was originally a gymnast, diver, and runner, British pop diva/DJ Sonique became a favorite and critically acclaimed force in worldwide dance music. Elevated on a variety of traditional spirit and disco, Sonique started singing as a kid and slice her first solitary, “I WANT TO Keep You,” for …

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R. Carlos Nakai

Tucson-based precious metal and platinum-selling multi-instrumentalist R. Carlos Nakai is really a Local American musician and ethnic anthropologist of Navajo-Ute descent. Though he received traditional training in the trumpet, his many recordings consist mainly of resonant single performances of Local American flute improvisations using a judicious usage of synthesizers, chanting, …

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Kent Nagano

Given the effect of his job upon music, it appears incredible that Kent Nagano nearly became an attorney. Despite comprehensive musical training starting at age group six and apparent talent, Nagano concurrently worked toward levels in the University or college of California, Santa Cruz, in sociology and music in 1974 …

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The 4-Skins

As their name suggests, this London, Britain band comprised four skinheads, who specialised in vitriolic three-chord ‘yob-rock’. Their regular membership was liquid, including a minimum of four lead performers, with just Hoxton Tom (bass) still citizen between their 1st and second albums. Acquiring their musical short from outfits such as …

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Testament

Testament were the largest thrash metallic music group to never reach the platinum plateau. Actually, the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA quintet seemed around the verge of demanding Metallica (their most apparent influence) within the melodic thrash sweepstakes, but their work toward the very best was ultimately derailed by inconsistency, poor …

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André Cymone

André Cymone, a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and manufacturer, is greater than a branch within the Prince music family tree. Given birth to Andre Simon Anderson in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Cymone was raised inside a supportive home where fellow aspiring music artists congregated and used. One peer was Prince, who actually remained with …

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Steve Kilbey

The lead singer and bassist for Australian psychedelic pop/rockers the Church, Steve Kilbey began a solo career using the 1986 Australian release of Unearthed. In the beginning, his single work was even more experimental and textured compared to the Church’s fairly simple pop. As he continuing to record sporadically like …

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Paul Porter

Detroit, Michigan-based gospel musician Paul Porter was an associate from the Stellar-nominated group the Christianaires, who have been active through the late ’80s with the initial fifty percent of the 2000s. Being a single musician, Porter — that has been performing since the age group of three — debuted in …

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