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Cassino

Following the breakup of emo-influenced indie rockers Northstar in the summertime of 2005, principle songwriters Tyler Odom and Nick Torres headed back again to their house state of Alabama and starting writing songs for his or her new task, Cassino. Putting away the harder sides of Northstar’s audio, Cassino’s music …

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Frank Smith

Despite everything you might think off their name, Frank Smith is a music group, not a single act, no one in the music group is named possibly “Frank” or “Smith.” Rather, Frank Smith is normally six men who play country-infused indie rock and roll with smarts and an psychologically ragged …

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Banditos

Sounding such as a top-shelf honky tonk music group running through a common tracks with furious get away from before last contact, Banditos certainly are a group who have throw together a small amount of everything that could be known as “root base music” — blues and nation of many …

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Dawn Kinnard

Reared in Pa beneath the watchful eyes of her Baptist preacher pops, singer/songwriter Dawn Kinnard discovered as very much solace in motorcycles, Elvis Presley, as well as the Delta blues as she do singing in the church choir. She honed her husky tone of voice and guitar abilities from age …

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Daddy

Daddy may be the second group come up with by vocalist/songwriter/guitarists Can Kimbrough (formerly of Can & the Bushmen) and Tommy Womack (formerly of Federal government Mozzarella cheese) after their music group of the first ’90s, the Bis-Quits. Also including John Deaderick (keyboards), Dave Jacques (bass), and Paul Griffith (drums), …

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Among the Oak & Ash

Among the Oak & Ash certainly are a duo comprising the founded singer/songwriters Josh Joplin and Garrison Starr. Joplin, located in NY, and Starr, in Nashville, fulfilled while on the highway performing their single music. At Joplin’s recommendation, they met up to record an recording of traditional folk music. The …

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The Basement

The group the Cellar took their name from a range in Bob Dylan’s song “Subterranean Homesick Blues,” that ought to give listeners a clue with their influences — the music group puts their greatest focus on their songwriting, and blend up folk, pop, and country sounds having a tuneful, organic …

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Steve Gunn

Steve Gunn is definitely a guitarist, songwriter, and maker living and employed in Brooklyn, NY. While he’s best known being a go-to musician as well as for his account in GHQ, Gunn includes a mixed recording and cooperation history which includes work with British isles star Michael Chapman as well …

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Panderers

Scott Wynn qualified prospects the Panderers, an Indiana-based trio whose music mixes acoustic instruments with roots-rock affects and swaggering, danceable rhythms. The boy of the coal miner, Wynn grew up in rural Appalachia and spent his early years employed in a cigarette farm, where in fact the noises of Neil …

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Will Quinlan

Tampa, FL-based nation vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist Can Quinlan led the rings Pagan Saints and Murder Creek before developing the Diviners (Karen Collins on bass; Steve Connelly on business lead acoustic guitar; Sean Doyle, Jimmy Grain, and Jeremy Rowland on drums; Francis French III, Rebekah Pulley, and Soraya Zaumeyer on …

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