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The Drifters

The annals of rhythm and blues is filled up with vocal groups whose names — the Orioles, the Cadillacs, the Crows, the Flamingos, the Moonglows, the Coasters, the Penguins — are held in reverence by fanatics and devotees. The Drifters are section of a far more unique fraternity, as an …

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Hank Williams, Jr.

The offspring of famous musicians frequently have trouble developing a career for themselves, yet Hank Williams, Jr. is among the few to build up a career that’s not just effective, but markedly not the same as his legendary dad. Originally, Hank Jr. just copied and performed his father’s music, but …

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Connie Francis

Connie Francis may be the prototype for the feminine pop singer of today. On the elevation of her graph reputation in the past due ’50s and early ’60s, Francis was exclusive as a lady documenting musician, amassing record product sales add up to or surpassing those of several of her …

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Culture Club

Few fresh wave groups were as well-known as Culture Club. Through the early ’80s, the group racked up seven directly Top Ten strikes within the U.K. and six TOP singles within the U.S. making use of their light, infectious pop-soul. Though their music was radio-ready, what brought the music group …

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Korn

Korn’s cathartic option metallic audio positioned the group being among the most popular and provocative to emerge through the post-grunge period from the late ’90s. The music group began their presence because the Bakersfield, California-based metallic music group LAPD, including guitarists Wayne “Munky” Shaffer and Brian “Mind” Welch, bassist Reginald …

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L’Altra

Chicago-based experimental ensemble L’Altra comprised Lindsay Anderson, Joseph Costa, Ken Dyber, Eden British and Marc Hellner. Their gorgeously atmospheric self-titled debut EP premiered on Appearance in middle-1999. Music of the Sinking Occasion adopted a year later on.

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Courtney Love

Appreciate her or loathe her, the opinionated, brutally straightforward, and seemingly always controversial Courtney Appreciate is among the most notable numbers in alternative rock and roll. Delivered on July 9, 1964 in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CA, Appreciate grew up in Oregon. As a teenager, Appreciate began hearing brand-new influx …

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Kyan

Cambridge vocalist/songwriter Kyan Kuatois quickly drew evaluations to Frank Sea on the launch of his debut EP The Crimson Test in 2014. Having trained himself piano when he was young, he was ultimately forced to select between his three enjoys; performing, music, and golf ball — which he previously played …

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Carl Wilson

Carl Wilson recorded and released two single albums in the first ’80s, but he’s best known being a founding person in the Seaside Children, with whom he sang and played business lead electric guitar. He largely had taken over supervision from the music group after his oldest sibling, Brian Wilson, …

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Tilly and the Wall

Hailing in the music hotbed of Omaha, Nebraska, the indie pop anomaly Tilly as well as the Wall structure produced in 2001 from the ashes of many groupings — including Conor Oberst’s pre-Bright Eye undertaking, Park Avenue — and gained some underground recognition because of their unorthodox method of percussion, …

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