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Steve Gray

Alongside his accomplishments being a composer and arranger, the multifaceted Steve Grey was also perhaps one of the most prolific session keyboardists in contemporary jazz, financing his talents to sessions headlined by Quincy Jones, Henry Mancini, and Peggy Lee. Delivered Apr 18, 1944, in Middlesbrough, Britain, Grey started teaching himself …

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Lars Hollmer

Swedish composer, accordionist, and keyboardist Lars Hollmer was a very much much loved artist who escaped the notice of several during his lifetime but who nevertheless handled listeners around the world from Europe to Asia to THE UNITED STATES. Provided his longstanding account in the quirky Samla Mammas Manna, he …

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Robert Ward

Comeback stories don’t come any longer heartwarming (or improbable) than Robert Ward’s. Totally from the picture and believed by many aficionados to become dead, Ward’s opportunity encounter with acoustic guitar store owner Dave Hussong in Dayton, Ohio, tripped a rapid string of occasions that culminated in Ward’s 1990 debut recording …

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Marc Moulin

Belgian keyboardist Marc Moulin is a jazz craftsman for a lot more than 3 decades. A head in neuro-scientific acid solution jazz, he started his profession by playing the piano within the ’60s throughout European countries. During the pursuing decade, he set up a music group referred to as Placebo. …

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Paul Mullins

b. 24 Sept 1936, Frenchburg, Kentucky, USA. Mullins became a nation fiddle participant and it had been like a performer of gospel music and gospel-tinged bluegrass that he became most widely known. He caused various bands, like the Stanley Brothers and was using the Young boys From Indiana from around …

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Camu Tao

Struck straight down in his prime, the past due underground rapper Camu Tao was an integral artist around the Definitive Jux label until 2008 when he died of lung malignancy. Given birth to Tero Smith in Columbus, OH, Camu Tao arrived up with the town’s MHz team, which also presented …

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The Dead 60s

The Deceased 60s hailed from Liverpool, Britain. The combo was led by vocalist and guitarist Matt McManamon and presented guitarist/keyboardist Ben Gordon, bassist Charlie Turner, and drummer Bryan Johnson. Developing in their teenagers, they passed the name Pinhole for several years, releasing several singles and documenting a program for John …

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Raymond Lefèvre

The instrumental smash “Ame Câcollection” vaulted conductor and arranger Raymond LeFevre to leading ranks of the simple hearing renaissance that followed the commercial vogue for stereophonic sound. Given birth to in Calais, France on November 20, 1929, LeFevre analyzed flute as a kid with 16 joined Paris’ Conservatoire Country wide …

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Moros Eros

After moving towards the Atlanta suburb of Marietta, GA, to reside along with his grandparents, singer/guitarist Zach Tipton began playing inside a band with some fresh friends of his, drummer Bobby Theberge, keyboardist Chris Firebaugh, and an unnamed female vocalist. But Tipton quickly grew sick and tired of their dance-rock …

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Be Your Own Pet

Blasting from Nashville, TN, just like a bottle rocket, the teenage garage-noise-pop strap Become Your Have Pet makes music that’s as frenzied since it is usually catchy. The music group shaped in 2003 from the ashes of Evening Shift Nurses, that was the task of drummer Jamin Orrall and his …

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