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The Snakes

Guitarist-singer-songwriter Lenny Pops, formerly of Brian Jonestown Massacre, may be the important number in the Snakes, composing and singing all their materials. The Snakes play simple indie rock and roll with strong origins in folk-rock as well as the harder acoustic guitar sounds of rings just like the Velvet Underground. …

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Young Lords

Although they share their name having a longstanding Puerto Rican nationalist group, Young Lords are thoroughly American, combining the rootsy twang of Southern rock and roll using the hip urban swagger from the band’s native NY. Created in 2006 by many New School University or college classmates, the Lords in …

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Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors

This Nashville-based Americana outfit is fronted by Drew Holcomb, a singer/songwriter known for his rich voice and passionate, literate material. Blessed on, may 13, 1982 in Memphis, Tennessee, Holcomb was raised hearing his father’s assortment of traditional vocalist/songwriter albums from the ’70s — including game titles by Bob Dylan, Carole …

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Truth & Salvage Co.

The North Carolina-based roots rock collective Truth & Salvage Co. shaped in 2005 across the abilities of guitarist/vocalist Tim Jones, keyboardist/vocalist Walker Little, guitarist/vocalist Scott Kinnebrew, drummer/vocalist Costs Smith, keyboard participant Adam Sophistication, and bassist Joe Edel. Boasting four vocalist/songwriters and a brief history that spanned the East and Western …

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Bliss 66

Combining components of heartland, American trad rock and roll, and alternative rock and roll, Bliss 66 molds a wholesome cast like the likes of Matchbox Twenty and Teach. This six-piece, which comprises friendships manufactured in a cathedral youngsters group during senior high school, comes from Taylor, MI, and continues to …

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Hacienda

Hailing from San Antonio, Tx, Hacienda certainly are a music group with one feet before as well as the other in today’s, playing music that harks back again to pop, spirit, and blues seems from the 1960s and ’70s even though keeping a contemporary concentrate and enthusiasm. Hacienda will also …

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Ponderosa

Having a classic whiskey-soaked roadhouse sound, Atlanta-based Ponderosa began when singer and guitarist Kalen Nash met guitarist Kris Sampson at Atlanta’s Nickel & Dime saving studio, where Sampson was serving as head engineer. Both found out a musical affinity and started tracking with region players J.T. Hall (bass and vocals), …

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Dan Baird & Homemade Sin

Delivering party-hearty, street-smart boogie rock and roll in the common Southern way, Dan Baird & Homemade Sin was among the primary single tasks from singer, guitarist, and songwriter Baird, most widely known as the first choice from the Georgia Satellites. Baird produced the Georgia Satellites in 1980, and in 1986 …

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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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Healing Sixes

Classic rockers using a penchant for combining Led Zeppelins guitar-centric bombast using the Dark Crowes’ Southern flavors more than a wholesome blues foundation, Recovery Sixes broke away of Indianapolis, IN in the past due ‘90s, as well as counted legendary kid Jason Bonham as their drummer for 4 years. This …

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