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BURNT

California-based reggae-rock group BURNT came together in 2002, initially structured around Coachella Valley, relocating to NORTH PARK in 2005, and finally settling in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. The group’s sound mixed reggae, dub, ska, spirit, hip-hop, punk, and acoustic rock and roll, and included environmentally and politically mindful lyrics, aswell …

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Big Joe Turner

Not to end up being confused using the “Tremble, Rattle, & Move” vocalist, Big Joe Turner was a bassist with B.B. Ruler and transferred to fronting his very own Memphis Blues Caravan.

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Giorgos Zampetas

Giorgos Zampetas was a composer and singer, but primarily perhaps one of the most outstanding soloists in the bouzouki, with distinctive audio. Zampetas was created on January 25, 1925, in Athens. He was the kid of Mihalis Zampetas (a barber) and Marika Moraiti. From an extremely early age he demonstrated …

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El Barrio

José Luis Figuereo Franco, better referred to as Un Barrio (a name he took in tribute towards the Santa Maria community of Cádiz where he was created), is among a few performers who have pressed the borders of flamenco both further and wider. “My music appears like flamenco, because I …

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Marisa Brown

Given birth to and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in age group two Marisa Dark brown became convinced she was a music genius when she corrected her mother’s pitch throughout a lullaby (though perhaps a far more astute kid would’ve realized that the solid arm of future was guiding her …

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The Tallest Man on Earth

Playing free but tuneful indie folk enlivened by his sometimes craggy, always passionate vocals and poetic lyrics, the Tallest Man on the planet may be the stage name of Swedish singer and songwriter Kristian Matsson. Blessed in Dalarna, Sweden in 1983, Matsson initial broke into music as an associate of …

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Seamo

Acquiring his cue through the wave of Westernization in Japan’s urban music scene, R&B-heavy rapper Seamo got a stab at success in 2004, collaborating using the very popular female hip-hop duo Bennie K (and under a slightly more clichéd name, the “Seamonator”). With solid results in the monitor, Seamo released …

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Devo 2.0

Lots of pop and rock and roll performers have dipped their feet into building music for kids, but pioneering brand-new wave music group Devo blazed a fresh trail simply by remaking themselves right into a literal children’ music group with Devo 2.0. Employed in tandem with David Agnew, a long-time …

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God Made Me Funky

A Toronto-based self-proclaimed “nu-funk” collective (by 2008, the group numbered 9, and that amount included Kaybe and Lynzie Kent on vocals, Phatt on raps, Danny Argyle on bass, Cam Dougall on electric guitar, trumpeter Affluent Grossman, Benji Perosin on sax, and Arthur Kerekes on drums), God Made Me personally Funky …

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Willie Feaster

Guitarist and songwriter Willie Feaster was the first choice of Willie as well as the Mighty Magnificents, a fresh York-based R&B/funk present band who, furthermore to releasing many albums and singles independently, served being a studio room band for several East Coast performers. Boasting an eclectic design and amazing instrumental …

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