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Dishwalla

The Santa Barbara, CA, strap Dishwalla made a large splash in 1996 making use of their catchy pop single “Counting Blue Cars.” Using the gritty core of these who arrived before them, Dishwalla’s hard rock and roll sound was enough for followers to create “Keeping track of Blue Vehicles” among …

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Frank Black

Inverting his stage name from Black colored Francis to Frank Black colored, the former Pixies lead singer/songwriter embarked on a single job after he split up the group in early 1993; in fact, he began documenting his solo recording before he informed the band the news headlines. Working with previous …

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Esthero

Vocalist Esthero was created Jen-Bea Englishman in Dec 23, 1978, in Ontario, Canada. She transferred to Toronto in 1996, and quickly became a fixture on the city’s open up mikes. There she fulfilled Doc (true name: Martin McKinney), an engineer and manufacturer, and both began focusing on a demonstration featuring …

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Feist

Leslie Feist — most widely known simply while Feist — was a respected person in the Canadian alternate music community before getting a global pop sensation using the success on her behalf albums ALLOW IT Die as well as the Reminder. Feist was created in Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada on …

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Feathermerchants

THE BRAND NEW York City-based contemporary rock group the Feathermerchants includes songwriter/guitarist/bouzouki player Pete Veru, guitarist/bouzouki player/producer Jim Chapdelaine, drummer/percussionist John Peckman, bassist Drew Glackin, and vocalists Alison Winston and Erin O’Hara. Originally a rubbish connection salesman, Veru started playing electric guitar at 29, incorporating the melodies and musical instruments …

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Espen Lind

A Spellemannprisen-winning Norwegian pop musician who dazzled his homeland along with his second album, 1997’s Crimson, Espen Lind also found achievement in america being a co-writer behind singles like Beyonc√©’s 2007 smash hit “Irreplaceable.” Lind broke in to the Norwegian pop picture in 1995 executing beneath the name Sway. His …

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Eagle-Eye Cherry

Along with his breakthrough American hit “Save Tonight,” alternative singer/songwriter Eagle-Eye Cherry became the most recent person in his family to stir the music globe: his father was avant-garde jazz trumpeter Don Cherry, and his sister was alternative rap pioneer Neneh Cherry. Delivered in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1971, Cherry was …

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Enzso

Enzso was the task led by Break up Enz keyboardist Eddie Rayner with the brand new Zealand Symphony Orchestra, conductor Peter Scholes and the brand new Zealand Country wide Youth Choir to generate symphonic, completely orchestrated versions of Break up Enz classics. Furthermore, former Enz people Neil Finn and Tim …

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Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals

Vocalist/songwriter Ben Harper formed the Innocent Scammers to do something as his helping music group for 1999’s Burn off to Stand out, his fourth album and initial to target heavily on his rock and roll aspect. In the future, the Innocent Scammers had been a semi-regular concern, the group that …

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Ben Lee

Inside a music culture dominated by bands, Ben Lee turned heads when you are among the youngest singer/songwriters to create an impression within the Australian music scene. Actually before the release of his single career, Lee captivated interest in his teenagers as an associate from the Sydney music group Noise …

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