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Joel Adams

Brisbane-born pop-soul singer/songwriter Joel Adams exploded to quick stardom in 2015, older just simply 19, when his self-released debut one, “DO NOT Go,” became a viral global hit, accumulating 40-million views and 50-million streams, all with out a record deal. Blessed Joel Goncalves on Dec 16, 1996 right into a …

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Bill Yates

Expenses Yates belonged to the ultimate wave of Sunlight recording performers, the works that comprised the last singles released by Sam Phillips’ legendary label in the first ’60s. Memphis-based Yates was a piano participant and a soulful vocalist, so it’s unsurprising that his closest antecedent was Charlie Affluent, who left …

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Dexys

When Dexy’s Midnight Athletes was at their top in the first ’80s, U.K. critics hailed their business lead vocalist/songwriter Kevin Rowland like a genius, with the capacity of fusing spirit, pop, Irish folk, fresh wave, and rock and roll into one smooth, unique mix. On the first album, Looking for …

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JP Cooper

Along with his dreadlocks, goatee beard, and Rasta hat, neo-soul singer/songwriter JP Cooper looked a little just like a white version of Bob Marley, a resemblance his label Island Records (with whom Marley had spent the majority of his career) surely did nothing at all to discourage. John Paul Cooper …

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Cole Vosbury

Pop singer and multi-instrumentalist Cole Vosbury was created Apr 29, 1991 in Shreveport, Louisiana and spent his child years in a music family members (his grandmother was nation singer Juanita Morris Zahn aka Small Miss Nita Lynn, even though his dad, Robin Vosbury, and uncle, Keith Vosbury, were both well-known …

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Anderson East

A singer and songwriter whose music is a potent, heartfelt fusion of spirit, tempo & blues, gospel, early rock and roll & move, and a dash of nation, Anderson East was created in 1988 in Athens, Alabama, a little town not definately not Huntsville. Created Michael Anderson, he was raised …

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Keith Powell

A blue-eyed spirit singer from Birmingham, Keith Powell released nearly a dozen Uk singles in the mid-’60s without building the graphs. Judged against additional British spirit (instead of rock and roll) vocalists of that time period, he wasn’t poor, having a deep tone of voice and expressive delivery, but unlike …

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Saint Lu

Blues-rock singer/songwriter Saint Lu was created Luise Gruber about June 27, 1982 in Wels, Austria. After completing school, she resided for a while in the us before time for her home nation, where she went to drama college and took component in the ORF skill display Starmania, but was knocked …

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Nouvellas

Generating some sort of pumped-up garage area soul rock appear led by dual lead vocalists Jaime Kozyra and Leah Fishman, New York-based quintet the Nouvellas happened in 2007 following the demise of an identical soul group, the Dansettes. Five from the Dansettes’ seven users (Kozyra, Fishman, brothers Andrew Pierce on …

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Miss Fairchild

The three associates from the retro-funk music group Miss Fairchild had known one another for a long time before forming the group in Boston in 2004. Vocalist Daddy Wrall arrived by his capabilities like a frontman as the child and grandson of Congregational ministers; Samuel P. Good (aka Sammy Bananas …

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