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Dr. Michael White

Dr. Michael Light is really a multifaceted, multi-talented New Orleans-based musician who hasn’t received nearly enough publicity beyond his local Crescent Town. A musicologist, jazz historian, educator, clarinet participant, and bandleader, Light and his music group make an annual visit to New York’s Community Vanguard jazz membership to execute on …

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Weston

Called after guitarist Dave Weston’s parents (for enabling the group to rehearse within their basement), the self-deprecating punk group Weston shaped in 1990. Amongst their recordings: the debut A GENUINE Life Tale of Teenage Rebellion, the singles collection Splitsville, 1996’s Got TAKE DOWN, and the next year’s Matinee. The music …

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Charles Wright

Charles Wright headed among the great funk sets of the late ’60s and early ’70s, the W 103rd Street Tempo Band. Wright, who was simply given birth to in Clarksdale, MS, was a vocalist, pianist, guitarist, and head from the eight-member music group, which have been recruited from W in …

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General Midi

General Midi, or Paul Crossman, who also performed beneath the name Liquid, came out from the Bristol club scene, creating a splash when he became resident DJ in the Shimmy Golf club in 1994. His mixture of breakbeat with nu-skool, electronica, home, and hip-hop produced him a favorite take action, …

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General Johnson

Head of Chairmen from the Panel and a high R&B songwriter/manufacturer aswell, General Johnson enjoyed an extended career stretching out from his debut through the mid-’50s glory times of R&B to his position being a turn-of-the-century seaside music icon. Delivered and raised within the seaside town of Norfolk, VA, Johnson …

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Vicki Sue Robinson

Vicki Sue Robinson turned the disco and pop music world ugly with her rousing 1976 TOP Pop smash “Convert the Defeat Around.” A solid, radiant vocalist, Robinson’s information were among among the better produced and organized ’70s disco produces, with solid beats constructed on solid music. Blessed in Harlem in …

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Westlife

Produced in Dublin in 1998, Westlife implemented within the tradition of Western european boy rings like Consider That and Boyzone. The group performed ballads and club-worthy pop music for a dedicated Western european audience, becoming among the continent’s most effective bands along the way. Although they hardly ever managed to …

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General Public

Regarded by many as only an offshoot from the better-known ’80s British outfit the English Defeat, General Public even now enjoyed many substantial hits independently during their brief career. Soon after the divide from the ska-pop clothing the English Defeat in 1983, previous associates Dave Wakeling (vocals, delivered Feb 19, …

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Victor Calderone

Brooklyn local Victor Calderone continues to be cranking out home songs and remixes because the mid-’90s, when his 1996 creation “CEASE” became a golf club favorite around the world. Since that time he has been around demand, remixing songs for the largest titles in pop music, including Madonna, Garbage, Bette …

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Down to the Bone

Definately not your run-of-the-mill modern jazz chart-toppers, the duo of Stuart Wade and Chris Morgans result from a long type of Uk advocates of jazz like the COMPLETELY NEW Heavies and Us3. Their initial record as Right down to the Bone tissue, 1997’s From Manhattan to Staten, do predictably well …

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