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The Trash Can Sinatras

Scottish indie pop stalwarts the Garbage Can Sinatras were founded beyond Glasgow in 1987 by singer/guitarist Frank Reader (the sibling of ex-Fairground Attraction singer Eddi Reader), guitarists John Douglas and Paul Livingston, bassist George McDaid, and drummer Stephen Douglas. Primarily formed like a cover music group, they were carrying out …

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David Tolk

A gentleman unafraid to admit his mother’s impact in his existence, David H. Tolk is really a pianist and keyboardist extremely esteemed by his peers. The child of a mom who’s a graduate from the Juilliard College of Music along with a father having a doctorate in Physics, Tolk was …

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Robyn Ludwick

Songwriter and vocalist Robyn Ludwick’s tunes of hard living, love, and dreams — broken or elsewhere — come right from her native Tx hill country, an area famous for it is songwriters and music artists, most of whom appear to practice some sort of realist country-pop that’s as confessional since …

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Jose Afonso

Jose Manuel Cerqueira Afonso dos Santos, often called Jose Afonso or Zeca Afonso, was created on Feb 23, 1929, in Aveiro, Portugal. Being a judge, his dad was appointed to several posts through the entire Portuguese colonies within the initial fifty percent of the 20th hundred years. Jose spent his …

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David Phelps

David Phelps is really a singer, songwriter, and keyboardist known within the Christian music sphere as a favorite solo artist so when a tenor for the Gaither Vocal Music group (1998-2005, 2009-2017). Elevated in Tomball, Tx in metropolitan Houston by parents within the areas of fund and education, his sisters, …

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Anúna

Irish composer and choral director Michael McGlynn shaped the chamber choir Anúna in Dublin in 1987 using the objective that it could unite the discipline of traditional choral singing using the unaffected spontaneity usual of Irish folk singing. Until 1991 the group was called an Uaithne, which originates from the …

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Anonymous 4

The feminine vocal quartet called Anonymous 4 is among the most widely used and respected little vocal groups focusing on early music. The group provides accomplished the elusive mix of reputation and respect through its exclusive blend of imagination and scholarly/traditional depth. The name Anonymous 4 originates from a scholarly …

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John Handy

A talented and adventurous altoist whose profession has truly gone through many stages, John Handy started taking part in alto in 1949. After shifting to NY in 1958, he previously a fiery period with Charles Mingus (1958-1959) that led to many passionate recordings that showcase his originality; he also documented …

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Macha

In 1996, multi-instrumentalist Joshua McKay and his drum-playing brother Mischo McKay found themselves both surviving in Athens, GA, following a three-year separation (that they had last lived jointly in Gainesville, FL, where these were both in a band called Emperor Moth). Back again jointly within an offbeat university city, the …

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John Butler

Though he spent the very first 11 many years of his life in California, it had been in Australia — his father’s native land — that guitarist John Butler found the instrument that could later on release his music career. After displaying interest in your guitar, the 16-year-old Butler was …

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