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The Nines

The Nines are made up of Steve Eggers (vocals, bass), Sam Tallo (guitar), and Aaron Nielson (drums). Their self-titled, unbiased cassette premiered in 1994; their full-length Compact disc follow-up, Wonderworld of Multi-colored, premiered in 1997. In 1998, the Nines had been named Greatest Unnamed Band on the North by Northwest …

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Pete Ham

Although every person in Badfinger composed materials for the group, Pete Ham was essentially the most important songwriter in the band. He published all their hits, and in addition co-wrote “Without You,” that was included in Nilsson for lots a unitary. He didn’t release any single information during his life …

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Rock City

A significant but little-heard branch from the Big Star family members tree, Rock Town was a short-lived pop/rock and roll music group from Memphis, TN, that featured Chris Bell and Jody Stephens shortly before they teamed up with Alex Chilton. Mainly a studio task, Rock Town was the brainchild of …

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John Hoskinson

Pop tunesmith John Hoskinson sings and has music that’s informed by hooky noises from the ’60s, ‘70s, and ’80s, aided by his skillful electric guitar function and supple vocals. John Hoskinson was created and elevated in Southern California’s Inland Empire, where he created a flavor for the Beatles, Elvis Costello, …

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Mike Gibbins

Mike Gibbins spent ten years, from 1965 through 1975, as the drummer for the Iveys and their better-known successor group, Badfinger — that alone made him one of the most visible music artists to emerge from what may be called the Uk Invasion’s “third influx,” from the orbit from the …

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Doug Powell

A protégé of Todd Rundgren, Doug Powell is a far more simple musician than his muse, even more such as XTC’s Andy Partridge. Like Rundgren, Powell got a operate of misfortune with record businesses early in his profession, but it’s better to carve out a location for oneself from the …

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Emitt Rhodes

An iconic cult amount in American pop music, Emitt Rhodes had a brief career being a saving musician, but his single debut was an excellent workout in Beatles-styled pop/rock and roll that would impact generations of performers for the pop underground. Created in Decatur, Illinois on Feb 25, 1950, Rhodes …

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Cherry Twister

Cherry Twister is a lo-fi bedroom-recording clothing featuring the songwriting and vocals of Steve Ward in tandem with drummer Ross Sackler. Their self-titled debut made an appearance on Globe Earthy in 1993; guitarist Michael Giblin agreed upon on for the follow-up, 1999’s AWARE OF Cherry Twister.

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The Greenberry Woods

Although Maryland power-poppers the Greenberry Woods appeared to have the proper ingredients for success — songwriting and musical talent, a quickly secured major-label contract, and an optimistic reaction from power pop fans — the band self-destructed after just two albums. Songwriters/vocalists/guitarists Ira Katz and Matt Huseman produced the Greenberry Woods …

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The Churchills

The Churchills are another alternative pop/rock foursome who try to pluck and pounce upon smart rock tunes, swirling harmonies, and quick melodies. Hailing from pouches of New York/New Shirt, The Churchills made an appearance on two shows of ABC’s Spin Town prior to liberating their debut, You Are Right here, …

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