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The Go-Go’s

The Go-Go’s were typically the most popular all-female band to emerge in the punk/new wave explosion from the later ’70s and early ’80s, becoming among the first commercially successful female groups that wasn’t controlled by male producers or managers. While their strike singles — “We Got the Defeat,” “Our Lip …

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Family Tree

The rock group Family Tree formed in 1968 in Canada. People from the lineup included vocalist and guitarist Bob Segarini, vocalist and keyboardist Michel Dure, drummer Vann Scater, keyboardist and guitarist Jimmy de Cocq, and bassist Expenses Trochim. The music group had a brief life in support of released one …

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The Beards

Combining alternative rock and roll tunes and punk rock-inspiring prospects, the Beards ultimately forwards breathtaking themes also showing the band’s better expertise. The Beards put together in 2001 like a part task for vocalist and bassist Lisa Marr, previously of Cub and of Buck; drummer Sherry Sollinger; alongside guitarist and …

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Stefy

Half rock, fifty percent electronic pop, Stefy feature keyboardist Jason Gaviati, guitarist Sean Meyer, drummer Andreas Brobjer, and vocalist Stefy Rae. Before starting up with Rae and developing Stefy, Gaviati performed with various other groups so when an integral part of Samantha Ronson’s live music group; Meyer played periodic gigs …

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Shivvers

The roots of Milwaukee power pop outfit the Shivvers lie in Within a Hot Coma, among some regional bands pairing bassist Scott Krueger and drummer Jim Richardson — Krueger’s girlfriend, aspiring singer/songwriter Jill Kossoris, also played keyboards using the group in its last months. After Within a Popular Coma divide …

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Holly & the Italians

The “Holly” in Holly as well as the Italians was Holly Beth Vincent, a singer/drummer/guitarist, who got her start playing in local bands in her native Chicago in the 1970s. Vincent is at California when she shaped Holly as well as the Italians with drummer Steve Little (genuine name Steve …

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Dale Bozzio

Perhaps one of the most visually striking performers of the brand new wave era would need to end up being Missing People’ frontwoman Dale Bozzio. With her model-esque appears, multi-colored locks, and her interesting style sense (or absence thereof), Bozzio was a significant element in the Lacking People’ early-’80s achievement. …

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Gore Gore Girls

Shaped in Detroit, MI, in 1997, Gore Gore Girls had been among the pioneers within the garage area rock and roll revival underground from the southeastern Michigan area. Their campy picture and name might have recommended a poppy punk music group, but the real sound was an even more appealing …

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Plastiscines

The Plastiscines, a garage area rock revival group composed entirely of France females, formed in 2004 around teenage friends Katty Besnard (guitar/vocals), Sea Neuilly (guitar), Louise Basilien (bass guitar), and Zazie Tavitian (drums). Acquiring their name from a series within the Beatles’ traditional “Lucy in the Sky with Diamond jewelry” …

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Nikki Corvette

Nikki Corvette is among the unsung heroines from the delivery of pop-punk along with a trailblazing feminine rock artist, mixing up female group harmonies and pop hooks with no-nonsense rock and roll & move years before Blondie produced might be found commercially viable. Delivered and elevated in Detroit (though her …

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