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Blending hard rock and roll wallop, alternative rock and roll smarts, force pop songcraft, and punk rock and roll urgency, Dramarama was a music group who seemed around the verge of a significant commercial breakthrough many times throughout their 11-12 months job. Puzzlingly, it by no means arrived, although music …

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Patrick Leonard

Pianist/composer/maker Patrick Leonard spent some time working with superstars like Madonna, Roger Waters, Elton John, and Jeff Beck like a maker and keyboardist. He founded his personal label, Unitone, release a his original, fresh age-inspired music; 1997’s Streams was his 1st offering. The recording was re-issued in 2000 and written …

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Jeff Trott

Guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Jeff Trott is a person in such bands while Wire Teach and Globe Party, furthermore to starting a solo profession. But Trott’s name is most likely most recognizable among followers of Sheryl Crow, as he’s co-penned some her most widely known tunes. Hailing from SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Trott …

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Produced in Vancouver as the Classics and later on the Collectors, Costs Henderson (guitar, vocals), Claire Lawrence (keyboards, sax), Glenn Miller (bass), Ross Turney (drums) and Howie Vickers (vocals) documented many singles from 1967 to 1970, but transformed their name to Chilliwack after Vickers and Miller still left the group. …

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