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Morgan James

Singer/Celebrity Morgan Wayne is a Broadway performer having a soulful tone of voice and a bent toward vintage-sounding R&B. An Idaho-native, Wayne lived in a number of towns with her family members before graduating from Johansen SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Modesto, California where she analyzed tone of voice and sang …

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William Shakespeare Hays

An American song-writer who became well-known for a few of his 3 hundred tunes. He resided in Louisville, Kentucky and made up such tunes as “Evangeline,” “My Southern Sunny House,” and “Write Me a Notice FROM YOUR HOME.”

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Reginald de Koven

b. Henry Louis Reginald DeKoven, 3 Apr 1859, Middletown, Connecticut, USA, d. 16 January 1920, Chicago, Illinois, USA. When he was still a kid, DeKoven’s family shifted to Britain. After graduating from St. John’s University, Oxford, in 1879, he researched music in Western european conservatories numerous leading tutors of your …

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John Bieling

John H. Bieling was a tenor and person in some of the most often recorded vocal groupings in the initial days of industrial recording. Delivered and elevated in New York’s Fourteenth Ward, as a man Bieling proved helpful within a stained-glass manufacturer through the week and spent his weekends performing …

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Molly Ringwald

A teenager screen icon from the ’80s, Molly Ringwald transitioned to singing in the 2010s, releasing her debut album Except…Occasionally in 2013. This appeared to be a sudden changeover for the celebrity, but as the little girl of pianist Bob Ringwald, she was raised within a musical home and have …

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Louis Douglass

Louis Douglass was mixed up in overlapping worlds of music posting and live theater in the ’30s. Centered out of NY, he was a genuine proponent of fusion a long time before Chick Corea and/or Scientology, collaborating with ragtime jazz pianist, bandleader, and composer Wayne P. Johnson on the show …

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Charles N. Daniels

Blessed in Leavenworth, Kansas, on Apr 12 1878, Charles Neil Daniels grew up in Kansas Town, Kansas, where he studied piano, music theory, and music calligraphy in high-school. He performed piano behind performers on the Kronberg Concert Firm and demonstrated music for the Carl Hoffman submitting home, where he gained …

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Lauren Hooker

Like so a great many other jazz music artists, composer, lyricist, and vocalist Lauren Hooker spent a lot of her profession actively teaching others the nuances of jazz singing and jazz structure. It required some time, however in 2007 she finally released her long-awaited debut recording, Best Where I Belong, …

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Theodore Morse

Theodore Morse approved through Maryland Army Academy and found NY at age 14. He worked well for some music publishing homes like a clerk, a plugger of tunes, and eventually founded himself like a composer. His first music, released in 1895, seems to have recommended a fresh dance known as …

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Brian Lawrance

Crooner, bandleader, and violinist Brian Lawrance was keen on functioning locales into his combo monikers, providing set suggestions for trackers with marmite on the breathing. The Lansdowne Home Cafe in London may be the homing beacon in the name Brian Lawrance & His Landsdowne Orchestra, in charge of some vocal …

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