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The Muggs

Produced in 2000 round the talents of guitarist/vocalist Danny Methric, bassist/support vocalist Tony DeNardo, and drummer Matt Rost, Detroit-based blues-rock juggernaut the Muggs spent the first area of the fresh century creating a dedicated army of local devotees. In Sept 2001, just like the teach was getting moving, tragedy struck …

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The Bedouins

Even those that pride themselves on the understanding of mid-’60s California bands could be forgiven for not really realizing the Bedouins by name; alternatively, listeners acquainted with the folk-rock picture in LA from that same period will understand well at least some of the information that this group released. The …

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Malina Moye

Malina Moye is a vocalist, songwriter, and left-handed guitarist who’s capable of turning between modern R&B ballads and blues-infused hard rockers in convincing style. Created into music, her dad is definitely bassist George Moye, and her mom sang back-up for Tina Turner. Moye was handed her 1st acoustic guitar at …

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Triggerfinger

Set alongside the likes of Queens from the Rock Age group and Led Zeppelin, lead vocalist Ruben Obstruct, bassist Paul Van Bruystegem, and drummer Mario Goossens shaped Antwerp rock and roll trio Triggerfinger in 1998 but got six years release a their self-titled first studio effort. Pursuing 2008’s What Grabs …

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Ramsay Midwood

It is not likely that anyone will accuse Ramsay Midwood to be glossy or ultraslick any time in the future. Earthy, gritty, tough, and soulful, Midwood can be an Austin, TX-based vocalist/songwriter whose folk-rock, Americana, and root base rock owe a significant debt towards the blues — actually, his music …

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Mark “Porkchop” Holder

A slide guitarist using a interest for the blues as well as the hard-hitting audio of the rocker, Tag “Porkchop” Holder initial produced his name as an associate of the organic and rollicking punk-blues trio the Dark Gemstone Heavies. Holder became a member of the Black Gemstone Heavies in 2004, …

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JJ Grey & Mofro

Although Mofro is situated in the Florida city of Jacksonville, near where JJ Gray and Daryl Hance was raised, the band actually formed over the Atlantic in London. The Floridians had been in the uk to focus on a documenting contract that finished up heading sour. While in London, both …

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Kara Grainger

Australian-born blues singer/guitarist Kara Grainger may draw preliminary comparisons to Bonnie Raitt — both play slide guitar and sing soulfully — but she bears her very own distinctive style, one which evenly balances the blues with soul and root base rock, a thing that can be noticed on her single …

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Riley Jordan

Riley Jordan started seriously singing to records at age 11. She began playing electric guitar at age 13 and continued to create her first melody that calendar year. In her teenager years, she performed bass guitar within a jazz music group and sang for satisfaction with friends carrying out generally …

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The Blues Train

Closely linked to fellow Canadian band and labelmates the Crazy People, the Blues Train might easily have arisen through the same stable of studio musicians and songwriters for the exploit rock label Condor that gave life compared to that band. Who the music artists were that comprised the Blues Teach, …

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