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O’Landa Draper

O’Landa Draper went to Memphis State School, where he produced a mass choir (the Affiliates) that afterwards performed with Shirley Caesar (on “Keep My Mule”), the Winans, Nicholas, Timothy Wright, Myrna Summers, among others. Draper documented for Phrase/Epic ahead of his loss of life from kidney failing on July 21, …

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Will Downing

Within a career that goes back to the first ’80s, Will Downing continues to be among the steadiest & most productive artists in R&B. Not really cut away to hop aboard industrial production trends with regard to attaining mainstream achievement, he provides tended to stay resolutely to a complicated and …

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Malford Milligan

Along with his powerful, raspy voice and riveting stage presence, Austin-based singer Malford Milligan has drawn comparisons to such soul icons as Otis Redding and Al Green. Milligan was created on March 29, 1959, in Taylor, TX, to Frank and Mary Milligan, so that as an albino dark, he experienced …

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Dan Dyer

Austin, TX-based Dan Dyer’s soulful tenor tone of voice and gospel-tinged pop songwriting are truly something particular, and he isn’t scared to reach back again to 1970s soulsters want Al Green, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Question, Sly Rock, Curtis Mayfield, and Dr. John for musical assistance and inspiration. Created and elevated …

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Ann Peebles

A diminutive singer with a robust tone of voice and a straight stronger attitude, Ann Peebles was among the performers who defined Willie Mitchell’s legendary Memphis spirit label Hi there Information, along with Al Green and, afterwards, O.V. Wright. Conveniently the best feminine vocalist in the Hello there stable, Peebles …

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Keite Young

Born on, may 1, 1977, in Fort Worthy of, TX, vocalist, songwriter, manufacturer, and multi-instrumentalist Keite Little found himself in the center of a musical family members. His grandfather was a blues vocalist who performed beneath the name Big Daddy Little while his mom and dad, Carrie and Dalon Collins, …

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Mutlu

Mutlu can be an acoustic guitar-playing vocalist/songwriter from Philadelphia who pulls from a variety of designs, primarily spirit music but also hip-hop and jazz, and who developed his preliminary following with many years of live shows and some EP releases. Created Mutlu Onaral on, may 16, 1979, in Philadelphia, PA, …

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Otis Clay

A Chicago-based vocalist whose music was steeped in Southern gospel and deep spirit, Otis Clay never really had a significant pop hit, but he was a periodic visitor towards the R&B graphs and an long lasting presence in the world of blues and vintage spirit, while also savoring a long …

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The O’Jays

The O’Jays were among Philadelphia soul’s most popular and long-lived outfits, rivaled only with the Spinners as soul’s greatest vocal band of the ’70s. Within their excellent, the O’Jays’ recordings epitomized the Philly spirit sound: smooth, wealthy harmonies supported by elaborate preparations, lush strings, and some modern funk. They proved …

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Jeb Loy Nichols

As an adolescent, Jeb Loy Nichols produced his method from Austin, Tx to NY, NY. In ny, punk rock had taken root and stayed an influence also after Nichols acquired transferred to London. In the U.K., the noises of dub and fans rock blended with his currently multi-colored palette, and …

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