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Darden Smith

A singer and songwriter whose music fuses nation, folk, rock and roll, and blues using a literate but unpretentious lyrical perspective, Darden Smith was created in Brenham, Tx on March 11, 1962. Smith initial became thinking about music after getting swayed by the energy of the tube organ at cathedral, …

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Mock Duck

Through the mid- to late ’60s, Mock Duck surfaced among the most widely used rock bands in the burgeoning music scene of Vancouver, BC. These were one of various Canadian rings (alongside peers such as for example Springtime, Papa Bear’s Medication Show, the Seed products of your time, and Hydroelectric …

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Danny Kirwan

Guitarist/vocalist Danny Kirwan was an associate of Fleetwood Macintosh, assisting to bridge their early blues-rock stage with their eventual conventional pop/rock and roll approach, in the later ’60s through the first ’70s (before the entrance of Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham). Blessed Daniel David Kirwan in South London on, may …

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Hasse Bruniusson

In the 1970s onward, Hasse (also spelled Hans sometimes) Bruniusson continues to be perhaps one of the most influential drummers in Sweden. An associate from the seminal intensifying rock-band Samla Mammas Manna, he later on joined up with the Bloom Kings while keeping energetic in experimental, free of charge, and …

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Jeff LaBar

Best known because the longtime business lead guitarist for the 1980s glam pop-metal music group Cinderella, Jeff LaBar was created Jeffrey Philip LaBar in March 18, 1963 in Darby, Pa. He became a member of Cinderella when first guitarist Michael Smerick (also called Michael Kelly Smith) still left in 1985, …

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Son of Dave

Boy of Dave makes music that fuses days gone by and today’s, as a guy in an antique suit using a harmonica shouts, stomps, and howls the blues but runs on the sampler to loop human being beatbox-style tempo patterns that provide his nation blues-influenced music the gritty groove of …

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Hans Theessink

Austria-based acoustic and electrical folk musician and bluesman brings a freshness of appreciation towards the American blues idiom, be it classic blues through the ’20s and ’30s or even more modern metropolitan blues from Chicago through the ’50s and ’60s. Theessink’s discography greater than 20 albums — all released in …

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The Gibson Bros.

A crazed psychobilly quartet which later on fragmented in to the Workdogs and ’68 Return, the Gibson Bros. shaped in Ohio through the middle-’80s, playing hardly competent however totally enthusiastic bluesy roots rock and roll which later on became a staple of indie rock and roll through groups just like …

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Dżem

Polish blues-rock legends most widely known because of their hits “Czerwony Jak Cegla,” “Whisky,” “Harley Moj,” “Mala Aleja Roz,” “List do M,” and “Sen o Victorii,” Dżem (means “jam”) shaped in 1973, using the traditional lineup comprising Ryszard Riedel (vocals, harmonica), Beno Otreba (bass, guitar, vocals), Adam Otreba (guitar, vocals), …

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Golden Animals

A self-styled retro-indie-folk-psychedelic-blues duo, Golden Animals was originally formed in Brooklyn, NY, by American vocalist/guitarist Tommy Eisner and Swedish-born drummer/backing vocalist Linda Beecroft. But after documenting their initial EP in 2006 in these thick urban environment, the few embarked on a cross-country pilgrimage that brought these to the barren wastes …

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