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P-Model

Japanese brand-new wave band P-Model started up in 1979, shaped by central member Hirasawa Susumu from the remains of his prior band, the intensifying rock group Mandrake. Frequently credited, as well as their contemporaries the Plastics and Hikashu, as co-founders of Japanese techno-pop, P-Model’s impact has been sensed over several …

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Aparecidos

Brothers Santiago and Facundo Moreno hail from Buenos Aires, but still left Argentina in the first 2000s, reportedly driven to consider foreign shores by their country’s overall economy. Given subsequent financial advancements, one might question if Italy was a sensible choice for immigration, but that is where the brothers arrived, …

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Black Dada

Davidson Pierre, a vocalist and songwriter referred to as Dark Dada, makes sleek anthems for the night clubs and roads. A Haitian-American designer located in southeast Florida, Pierre constructed his profile through 3rd party solo releases so that as a connect man on paths by several region rappers. His “Imma …

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Mike Perry

Mike Perry, aka Mikael Persson, is a Swedish DJ and dance music manufacturer known for the smash strike single “The Sea.” Working being a serviceman for Volvo in the Swedish city of Skövde, music was a spare time activity that Persson positively pursued in his free time. Discovering his imagination …

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Lee Williams & the Spiritual QC’s

However the Tupelo, Mississippi-based Spiritual QC’s have existed in a few form since 1968, it wasn’t before later ’90s that they began documenting and getting their due as an experienced traditional-styled black gospel group. And it wasn’t until 1998 which the group began billing lead vocalist Lee Williams prior to …

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Leiber & Stoller

An entire biography from the lives of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and their contribution to rock and roll & move could quickly take up a whole book. Very basically, Leiber & Stoller had been two of the very most essential songwriters of the first days of rock and roll …

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Ted Neeley

Ted Neeley found the public’s attention when he performed and sang the title part in Tim Grain and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar, both on-stage and onscreen, and followed it up with a job in the initial theatrical production from the Who’s Tommy. A vocalist, drummer, acting professional, composer, …

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Simo

Providing powerful blues rock and roll having a psychedelic sheen and a solid thread of improvisational imagination, Simo is definitely a force trio from Nashville, Tennessee led by guitarist J.D. Simo. J.D. was raised in Chicago, Illinois, and created a flavor for the blues as a youngster, hearing a Chess …

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Matt Gilman

A Christian music musician, Matt Gilman is a singer and songwriter that has said that his objective as an musician is “to provoke this era to locate the data of God.” Blessed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Gilman’s dad was a Lutheran pastor, with age eight he began studying music, concentrating on …

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Gerald Scott

Gerald Scott is a gospel musician from Washington, D.C. He continues to be energetic in his cathedral since his teenage years, when he became an in-house organist. After playing and executing with a multitude of high-profile performers across styles, Scott’s profession bloomed in 2007, when he stepped out like a …

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