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Patrick Wolf

Violinist/vocalist/songwriter Patrick Wolf began tinkering with audio at age 11. While his peers had been discovering the frivolity of youngsters, the precocious preteen was dabbling in four-track documenting, ultimately building an arsenal of musical instruments that included junk-shop organs along with a home-built theremin. At age 14 he became a …

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Band of Gypsies

Music group of Gypsies are alternatively referred to as 3 Guy Island, and contain the production, composing, and recording group of Nigel Swanston and Tim Cox, never to end up being confused with the Jimi Hendrix trio of the same name. Swanston and Cox fulfilled when the last mentioned auditioned …

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Chrissie Hynde

Separating Chrissie Hynde in the Pretenders can be an impossibility. Right away, Hynde was the undisputed head from the music group — its business lead vocalist and songwriter, its core — but because the group began to lose associates to a number of tragedies, her name and encounter became synonymous …

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Chris Whitley

Chris Whitley was a Texas-based vocalist/songwriter who initially began his profession being a bluesy root base rocker, but as his profession progressed, he moved deeper into rock and roll & move and alternative rock and roll. Though Whitley’s albums generally received reviews that are positive, they rarely marketed, and his …

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Sera Cahoone

Within the vein of such inviting indie folk crooners as Iron & Wine, Laura Veirs, as well as the seemingly a huge selection of folks wanting to be another Elliott Smith minus the unpleasant end, Sera Cahoone’s self-described goal in her official press kit is usually to be viewed as …

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Kris Delmhorst

Vocalist and songwriter Kris Delmhorst grew up in Brooklyn, NY. She been trained in traditional cello in early stages, then utilized her abilities to land use jazz rings and folk performers in the region. A proceed to Maine — and an extremely long winter season — offered her time and …

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Evan Taubenfeld

Although a reliable songwriter, maker, and frontman in his own best, Evan Taubenfeld first entered the pop/rock mainstream as Avril Lavigne’s right-hand man. The Baltimore indigenous became a member of Lavigne’s touring music group in 2001, offering as her lead guitarist before presuming the dual responsibility of music movie director. …

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Christopher Denny

Christopher Denny’s music pulls heavily from both gospel and nation influences, fitted for an designer whose first music experiences occurred in his regional church. The vocalist/songwriter, whose ethereal tone of voice bears a resemblance to Antony of Antony as well as the Johnsons (and, to a smaller level, Jeff Buckley), …

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Luke Temple

Indie folk singer/songwriter Luke Temple was created in Salem, Massachusetts, though he resided for a while in North California before time for New England like a painting college student at the institution of Boston’s Museum of Good Arts. After completing his research, Temple drawn up stakes once again, moving to …

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Inara George

When she isn’t exploring the intersection between jazz, tropicalia, and indie pop using the Bird as well as the Bee, vocalist Inara George enjoys a solo profession being a talented singer/songwriter. At a age group, she was encircled by the music of her dad (Small Feat’s Lowell George) and his …

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