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John Cowan

John Cowan got his begin in Louisville, where he played in scrappy rock and roll outfits like PEOPLE and Louisville Audio Section. In 1974, he auditioned being a bassist and vocalist for New Lawn Revival, and as well as Sam Bush and afterwards bandmates Béla Fleck and Pat Flynn, led …

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John Cipollina

Being a founding member and business lead guitarist for Quicksilver Messenger Program, John Cipollina helped form the psychedelic audio of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in the 1960s. Many musicians in the picture had been folkies who ultimately turned acid rock and roll, but Cipollina and fellow guitarist Gary Duncan had …

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Fred Rose

“Name me personally a melody that everybody has learned/And I’ll bet you it belongs to Acuff-Rose” sings Uncle Tupelo’s Jeff Tweedy in his 1994 tribute “Acuff-Rose,” and it’s really not much of the overstatement. In tandem with posting partner Roy Acuff, composer Fred Rose added a few of the most …

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Don Byas

One of the biggest of most tenor players, Don Byas’ decision to go permanently to European countries in 1946 led to him getting vastly underrated in jazz background books. His understanding of chords rivalled Coleman Hawkins, and, because of the similarity in shades, Byas can be viewed as an extension …

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Clint Daniels

Clint Daniels was created in Panama Town, FL, about August 24 in 1974. He was raised in Lynn Haven, a suburb of Panama Town, where he discovered to trip horses. His dad was a painter and performed acoustic guitar, and his mom worked in the home. Recalling those early years, …

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Carl Mann

Among the last discoveries on Sam Phillips’ legendary Sunlight label, piano participant Carl Mann was most widely known for his rockabilly reworking from the Nat “Ruler” Cole pop regular “Mona Lisa.” That million-selling strike located him as something of the softer, smoother Jerry Lee Lewis, possessed of the crooner’s instincts …

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Carl Barriteau

b. 7 Feb 1914, Trinidad, Western Indies, d. 24 August 1998, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Elevated in Venezuela, Barriteau discovered music within the Belmont Orphanage Music group as well as the Trinidad Constabulary Music group, becoming efficient on clarinet and alto saxophone. He found prominence in Britain as primary …

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Joe Maneri

Microtonal innovator Joe Maneri was created in Brooklyn, NY, in 1927, understanding how to play clarinet from a neighborhood shoemaker and making his professional debut around the Catskills society band circuit at age 17. 3 years later on, he was launched to the task of Arnold Schoenberg, the famed inventor …

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Claude Hopkins

A talented stride pianist, Claude Hopkins under no circumstances became as famous as he deserved. He was a bandleader in early stages, and toured European countries in the middle-’20s because the musical movie director for Josephine Baker. Hopkins came back towards the U.S. in 1926, led his very own groupings, …

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Clive John

Keyboardist, guitarist, and vocalist Clive John was most known for his stint within the Welsh progressive rock and roll group Guy from the past due ’60s with the mid-’70s (before that, he previously experienced the group that Guy evolved, the Bystanders). In past due 1975 he released a little-known single …

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