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Whitecross

Christian rockers Whitecross shaped in Chicago in 1986, launching their self-titled debut LP a year later on. Regular lineup adjustments plagued the group practically from its inception, however the duo of vocalist Scott Wenzel and guitarist Rex Carroll continued to be constants throughout. A 1988 tour to get CCM fan …

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Wild and Blue

After fiddler David Harvey remaining Larry Sparks & the Lonesome Ramblers in 1988, he formed Crazy & Blue along with his wife Jan Harvey and her sister Jill Snider. The three vocalists are became a member of by the tempo section from Harvey’s previous music group and banjo participant John …

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Whole Lotta Milka

The Winnipeg, Manitoba-based ska-revival music group Whole Lotta Milka comprised vocalist/guitarist Greg Crowe, his baritone saxophone-playing sibling Geoff, bassist Dag Tollefsen, drummer Sean Hoskin, trumpeter Darrin Oehlerking, trombonist Shashi Ramu and tenor saxophonist Scott Rhynard. Their debut LP Got Milka? made an appearance in early 1998.

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Diamond

b. Joe Kirkland, Bronx, NY, USA. Not really the white designer from the same name, who arrived much later on but experienced copyrighted the name, Gemstone D is among rap music’s best flight production specialists from the united states, who, although he actually broke through in the 90s, began as …

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Devoted

The contemporary gospel group Devoted comprised John Gaines, John Vaughn, Maurice Johnson, Anthony Jackson and Felton Rowe, longtime friends who as children sang in the same Trenton, NJ choir. Their debut recording Let’s RETURN BACK made an appearance on Savoy in 1994.

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Les Sampou

The young, up-and-coming Les Sampou could be a member of family newcomer towards the international folk/blues festival circuit, but she writes songs like she’s been with us forever. Her record offer came about fairly easily set alongside the way a whole lot of blues and folk performers struggle in obscurity …

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Descarga Boricua

Led by composer/arranger Frank Ferrer, the all-star salsa orchestra Descarga Boricua shaped in 1993, documenting their self-titled debut LP that summer season. Descarga Boricua II/Abratze, lower in NEW YORK, adopted in 1995; 3 years later on the group came back with Somos Uno.

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Whipped Cream

Composed of Jörgen Cremonese (vocals, guitars), Elisabeth Punzis (vocals), Lars Erik Grimelund (drums) and Jonas Sonesson (bass), Swedish pop music group Whipped Cream produced in 1989. An organization whose music provides generally striven to defy easy categorization, they produced an extraordinary debut in 1990 using the discharge of Whipped Cream …

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Wendy James

After being the lead singer for Transvision Vamp, Wendy Adam made a decision to pursue a solo career. She had written a notice to Elvis Costello about her circumstance and was amazed when Costello had written an entire record for her. Today Ain’t enough time for Your Tears was documented …

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Whale

Although they formed back 1987 (originally as the Southern Whale Cult), the Swedish outfit Whale didn’t hit the big style until 1995, using the MTV-hit “Hobo Humpin’ Slobo Babe” (directed by Mark Pellington). Comprising users Cia Soro (vocals), Henrik Schyffert (acoustic guitar), and Gordon Cyrus (bass), the music group released …

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