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American Steel

The underground punk band American Steel was founded in 1995 while creating a name for themselves within the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA punk district. The Western Oakland staff comprised vocalist/guitarist Rory Henderson, guitarist Ryan Massey, bassist John Peck, and drummer Jamie Kissinger; Kissinger was changed by Scott Healy in 1996 …

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Sheldon Allman

Sheldon Allman had not been exactly children name within the music business — not unless your home happened to get lots of children within it, that is, and also then his music and his singing were probably even more familiar than his name. Allman was created in Chicago but elevated …

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Seville

Comprised of people from the Agency as well as the Vacant Andys, southern Florida’s Seville shaped in 2001 and immediately started writing songs because of their debut EP. The record, Waiting around in Seville, made an appearance by the finish of the entire year through Fiddler Information, giving them the …

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Transplants

Punk rock and roll veterans Tim Armstrong, Travis Barker, and Rob Aston shaped Transplants in 2002. This supergroup was an agreeable test, for Armstrong produced a name for himself with Rancid and Barker was savoring achievement with blink-182. Aston was a pal of theirs who transferred to LA, but ultimately …

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John “Speedy” Keen

b. John Eager, 29 March 1945, Ealing, London, Britain, d. March 2002. A previous member of many struggling beat groupings, Keen garnered significant acclaim for his structure ‘Armenia City WITHIN THE Sky’, which opened up the Who’s third record, The Who Sell Out. The music group’s guitarist, Pete Townshend, nurtured …

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Peter Matz

An award-winning conductor, arranger, and composer for film, theater, and tv, Peter Matz could very well be most widely known for his focus on Barbra Streisand’s early albums so when musical director around the Carol Burnett Display. Given birth to in Pittsburgh, he analyzed chemical executive at UCLA and performed …

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Arthur

Inside a move guaranteed to trigger perpetual confusion among discographers and ’60s collectors, singer/songwriter Arthur Lee Harper billed himself simply as Arthur (simply no last name) on his 1st album, 1968’s Dreams and Pictures, and as Arthur Lee Harper on his second and last, 1969’s Like May be the Revolution. …

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Tarot

Shaped by bassist Daniel Guerrero and former members from the progressive rock and roll outfit Requiem singer Alexis Pineda, guitarist Roberto Chico, drummer René Zelaya and guitarist/producer Miguel Matute the Honduran pop/rock and roll strap Tarot debuted in 2002 with Y al Tercer Dia de Sol… on MDM Producciones, offering …

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Kevin Kelley

Due to the fact he performed and documented with among the best bands from the 1960s which he also performed and documented with additional notable folk-rock music artists, relatively little is well known about drummer Kevin Kelley. The cousin from the Byrds’ Chris Hillman, he became the drummer for just …

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John Brown Battery

The Chicago-based music group John Brown Electric battery been around between 1998 and 2002 and was known because of its powerful, sometimes even harsh sound. The group undertook a small number of American trips, released one full-length Compact disc, and made an appearance on many singles and compilations. The group’s …

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