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Bobby Sutliff

One half from the famous Mississippi power-pop duo the Windbreakers, singer/guitarist Bobby Sutliff began a single career in 1986 using the release from the EP Another Jangly Clutter; the full-length Just Ghosts Remain implemented a year afterwards. After rejoining longtime collaborator Tim Lee for a set of brand-new Windbreakers LPs, …

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Foster & Lloyd

Foster & Lloyd stood right out of the modern nation pack in the past due ’80s because of Radney Foster’s intelligent, literate lyrics; Expenses Lloyd’s flair for unforgettable pop melodies; as well as the duo’s Everly Brothers-style close tranquility singing. It had been an influential blend that, in its method, …

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The Stand

Formed in the first nineties along with a fixture over the Los Angeles club circuit, The Stand possess often been in comparison to Raspberries and Glucose. In 1995, following the resurgence of power pop, the music group was wanting to released its debut record. But the main labels weren’t interested. …

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The Van Delecki’s

The Truck Delecki’s, who pull their name from an bout of The Andy Griffith Present, certainly are a side project from the SpongeTones’ Jamie Hoover and Let’s Get Mikey’s Bryan Shumate. Both released Letters in the Desk of Count number S.Truck Delecki on Everlasting Press in 1996 with help from …

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Trolleyvox

The first history of the Trolleyvox began once the multitalented guitar pop maven Andrew Chalfen (Wishniaks, Gimme, Joey Sweeney) recorded demos in 1993-95 with guitarist-vocalist Dave Gray (Idlewilds, Vegas Nerve) and engineer Adam Lasus (Helium, Madder Rose). After that Beth Filla responded to a 1996 “vocalist wished” advertisement that Chalfen …

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Material Issue

Chicago power pop trio Materials Issue wedded the limited and melodic industrial selling point of acts like Cheap Technique as well as the Knack using the jangly guitars and cockiness of early-’90s Britpop. Created in the past due ’80s like a songwriting automobile for guitarist/business lead vocalist Jim Ellison, the …

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Phil Angotti

A longtime fixture from the Chicago power-pop community, singer/guitarist Phil Angotti tenured with acts like the Fleas as well as the Scuffle before joining with singer Jay Goeppner in 1987 to create the long-running Beatle Brothers. (He also offered with Graham and Brad Elvis within the like-minded Not really the …

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Joe, Marc’s Brother

Joe, Marc’s Sibling started their music career in NJ, where Joe Pisapia and his sibling (you guessed it) Marc was raised playing in a variety of bands and creating a quirky, organic design influenced with the Seaside Guys, Elvis Costello, as well as the Flaming Lip area. Alongside Steve Ward, …

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Joey Molland

Badfinger guitarist Joe Molland began taking part in piano at five or six years at his Liverpool house — “needless to say We didn’t really play it, I simply kinda plunked it a little, and We learned some chords…I cannot remember the way i learned those chords but We knew …

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Eytan Mirsky

New York-based singer/songwriter Eytan Mirsky, who burst onto the pop picture along with his debut album, Tracks About Women (& Additional Painful Topics), in 1996, strolls the musical line between genuine pop genius (? la Nick Lowe) and rock & move innocent (? la Jonathan Richman). With tracks that can …

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