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Freddy Martin

Swing-era bandleader Freddy Martin was created in Cleveland, Ohio, on Dec 6, 1909; a onetime drummer and C-melody saxophonist, his main device was the tenor sax, and he created his first music group while attending senior high school. Based on the Big Rings Data source, after graduation Martin approved a …

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Filé

Southwest Louisiana’s traditional Cajun music is used exuberance and dance-inspiring energy by Filé. While accordion participant/percussionist/business lead vocalist Ward Lormand and bassist/acoustic guitarist/vocalist Kevin Shearin will be the just original associates, the group proceeds to keep the high energy of its first shows. Lormand and Shearin initial played together within …

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Firefall

The mellow, easy country-rock sounds of Firefall, in conjunction with the group’s penchant for pop melodies and high-pitched harmonies, produced some successful LPs in the later ’70s and some chart singles, like the TOP hit “You Will be the Woman.” The group was produced by former Traveling Burrito Sibling Rick …

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Felix Chappottin

An associate of Cuba’s most widely used band from the 1920s and ’30s, Septeto Habanero, Felix Chappottin continued to inspire Afro-Cuban music along with his sweet-toned trumpet taking part in for a lot more than 6 decades. Inheriting the management of Afro-Cuban tres guitarist Arsenio Rodriguez’s big music group, who …

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Altemar Dutra

Self-taught singer Altemar Dutra enjoyed great achievement in Brazil, Latin America, as well as the U.S. as an interpreter of Latin passionate songs in a number of genres. He offers recorded many albums, a few of that have been released internationally. He shifted to Colatina, Espírito Santo, along with his …

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Earth Quake

Many listeners who remember them think about Earth Quake like a mid-’70s music group, however the group’s origins go back ten years earlier. Certainly, the music group started out within the middle-’60s music group scene in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, where — originally referred to as Crimson Earthquake — these …

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Gamma

Although even more exploratory and ambitious than his eponymous first band, incendiary guitar genius Ronnie Montrose’s second group, Gamma, forever dwelt within the shadow from the landmark Montrose debut. In the first ’70s, Ronnie Montrose still left Colorado for California, and became known for his program work with Truck Morrison …

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Dumptruck

Essentially a two-man project of Massachusetts natives Kirk Swan and Seth Tiven, having a rotating rhythm section, Dumptruck was, for a short moment, one of the favorites of U.S. university radio within the middle ’80s. They mixed the jangly power pop audio from the Southern option scene with smart lyrics …

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The Dramatics

Before assuming the name the Dramatics, the vocal sextet made up of Rob Davis, Ron Banking institutions, Larry Reed, Robert Ellington, Larry “Squirrel” Demps, and Elbert Wilkens in the beginning released two singles because the Dynamics within the Wingate imprint that saw simply no chart action. The group became a …

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Dc3

A member from the initial edition of Dark Flag circa 1981-1982, guitarist Dez Cadena shifted after the music group temporarily split up in 1983 because of agreement squabbles with Unicorn/MCA. By 1984, he previously recruited two veterans from the L.A. hardcore picture (Paul Roessler and Jeff Dahl) to create DC3, …

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