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Jon Oliva

Jon Oliva was created in 1960. He started playing music young, but didn’t settle on a musical instrument for a long time. He ultimately signed to a music group known as Metropolis at age 17, playing both electric guitar and keyboards. The group split up in 1978. Ultimately, Oliva formed …

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Scary Kids Scaring Kids

Acquiring their name from a Cap’n Jazz song, Phoenix sextet Scary Babies Scaring Kids started spewing impassioned post-hardcore that may be both shriekingly spastic and soothingly melodic in the first 2000s. Known for a reckless, incendiary live display, the music group originally comprised Tyson Stevens (vocals/bass), DJ Wilson (acoustic guitar), …

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Letters to Cleo

Melding hooky pop tracks using the muscled approach of the rock band, Words to Cleo shaped in Boston in 1990. Guitarist Greg McKenna in fact started Words to Cleo as another group; when he started looking for a history singer to full his lineup, he discovered Kay Hanley. A powerhouse …

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Whoopi Goldberg

She doesn’t mince words. She crosses competition, gender, and demographic limitations as though they didn’t also exist; appears to perform and state whatever is on her behalf mind; and appears like she’s having a great time while carrying it out. Champion of Oscar, Emmy, Golden World, People’s Choice, Nickelodeon, and …

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Whodini

Appearing out of the fertile early-’80s NY rap scene, Whodini had been among the first rap teams to include a straight R&B twist with their music, thus laying the groundwork for the brand new jack golf swing movement. The group contains rappers Jalil Hutchins and John “Ecstasy” Fletcher, adding famous …

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Johnny Winter

When Johnny Winter season emerged around the national picture in 1969, the hope, especially in the record business, was that he’d turn into a superstar around the level of Jimi Hendrix, another blues-based rock and roll guitarist and singer who preceded him simply by a couple of years. That under …

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The Devil’s Anvil

The Devil’s Anvil is one particular groups that could only have already been signed to a label like Columbia Information in the later 1960s. At that time, the record business was desperately attempting to create up for the bottom and market talk about that it got lost through the years …

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Westside Connection

The rap supergroup Westside Connection came together in past due 1996, comprising Ice Cube, Mack 10, and WC (of WC & the Madd Group). The trio released the solitary “Bow Down” in Sept, and it reached quantity 21 for the singles graphs. The subsequent recording, also entitled Bow Down, strike …

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Carl Reiner

Carl Reiner knew he wished to end up being an professional — preferably a Shakespearean professional — from enough time he was putting on knee pants. Been trained in New York’s Functions Improvement Administration Dramatic Workshop, he spent the battle years touring with Maurice Evans’ G.We. Hamlet, showing up with …

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Watts Prophets

The West Coast’s response to the final Poets, Watts Prophets didn’t get quite the same recognition for his or her contributions to raising black consciousness and laying the foundations for rap. The group was shaped at the W Writer’s Workshop, a business began by screenwriter Budd Schulberg made to provide …

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