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Danny Black

The nom de plume of guitarist/songwriter Dan Schwartz, an associate from the Philly-based indie folk trio CLASSIC War, Danny Dark delivers knotty and evocative instrumental guitar music that pulls inspiration from six- and 12-string legends like Leo Kottke, Tommy Emmanuel, and Robert Fripp. Following the launch of CLASSIC War’s fourth …

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Don’t Be a Stranger

Merging moody and melodic shades as though Portishead had been a Swedish pop music group, Don’t Be considered a Stranger produced in 2002 when Liv Widell fulfilled sisters Louise and Christina Weibull. The trio would satisfy monthly in the tiny community of rural Värmland, but following a year of the …

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Leo Rojas

Skillet flutist Leo Rojas (name: Juan Leonardo Santillia Rojas) was created in Ecuador in 1984 and is most beneficial known for being successful the 2011 time of year from the German casting display Das Supertalent. Rojas shifted to Spain in 2000 and to Germany, surviving in Berlin along with his …

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Chris Rene

The grandson of Leon René (songwriter of early R&B songs “Once the Swallows Get back to Capistrano,” “Rockin’ Robin,” and “I Sold My Heart towards the Junkman,” amongst others) and son of Googie Rene (a recording artist who assisted Leon using the operation from the Course label), Chris Rene spent …

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David Duchovny

Known primarily for his tv and film function, especially his portrayal of FBI Agent Fox Mulder around the iconic Fox science fiction tv series The X-Files, actor, writer, and director David Duchovny didn’t actually grab a acoustic guitar until his early fifties, but by 2015, the 54-year-old experienced amassed enough …

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The Candles

Steeped within the evocative, open-road Americana of rings like Gin Blossoms and Whiskeytown, NY City-based alt-rockers the Candles produced in ’09 2009 around frontman Josh Lattanzi. A experienced vocalist/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with an extended réamounté of collaborations under his belt, including Albert Hammond, Jr., the Lemonheads, and Ben Kweller, Lattanzi …

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Fay

Previously of Chicago experimentalists Pit Er Pat, classically trained pianist and singer Fay Davis-Jeffers passed simply her first name after the band split up after releasing The Flexible Entertainer this year 2010. Her single career was just like interesting as Pit Er Pat’s function, albeit completely different, incorporating levels of …

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Adam Friedman

An Arizona-raised, Santa Monica, California-based singer, maker, and songwriter, Adam Friedman’s breezy, hook-driven pop confections suggest several affects, from John Mayer and Jack port Johnson to blink-182 and Coldplay. An early on encounter with “Addicted to Phonics” resulted in a desire for the idea of a tape machine, and by …

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Jason Simon

Vocalist/songwriter Jason Simon, nephew from the Cable co-creator David Simon and guitarist and vocalist for brooding Washington D.C. psych rock and roll outfit Deceased Meadow, released a solo profession this year 2010. Sparser and much more romantic than his use Deceased Meadow, Simon’s atmospheric, nocturnal country-folk owes even more to …

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Lil Reese

Something of Chicago’s South Part, Lil Reese, born Tavares Taylor, broke from the Midwest with an appearance on “We CAN’T STAND,” among the wrathful 2012 strike singles by fellow Windy Town native Main Keef. Because the monitor was coming to the very best 20 of Billboard’s Sizzling R&B/Hip-Hop graph, Def …

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