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Backbeat Band

An alt-rock supergroup of types, the Backbeat Music group came collectively for a short instant in 1993-94 to record and promote the soundtrack to Backbeat, Iain Softley’s 1994 fair-to-midlin film chronicling the Fab Four’s pre-Beatlemania period in Britain and Hamburg. Comprising Afghan Whigs vocalist Greg Dulli, R.E.M. bassist Mike Mills, …

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Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars is probably the flashiest, most versatile singer/songwriters in post-millennial pop. An all-around entertainer, he also takes on multiple instruments, generates, and choreographs. His way to mainstream achievement was extended. After he worked well a string of behind-the-scenes careers, including writing tunes for Brandy, performing back-up for Sugababes, and …

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Enzo Jannacci

Not just a musician but also a health care provider — employment that he kept until pension — Enzo Jannacci was among the first rock and roll & roll performers to emerge from Italy, over time learning to be a successful entertainer and chansonier but under no circumstances losing his …

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X

X were definately not the initial punk rock-band in LA, plus they weren’t the first ever to achieve some degree of nationwide reputation, but in an extremely real way, these were the types who place the L.A. punk picture around the map. X had been the 1st L.A. punk music …

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Canned Heat

A hard-luck blues music group from the ’60s, Canned High temperature was founded by blues historians and record enthusiasts Alan Wilson and Bob Hite. They appeared to be on the right course and played all of the best celebrations (including Monterey and Woodstock, rendering it extremely prominently in to the …

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Brownsville Station

A Detroit area rock and roll & roll music group formed in 1969 by guitarists Cub Koda and Mike Lutz, Brownsville Station’s original members also included T.J. Cronley (drums) and Tony Driggins (bass), with Henry Weck changing Cronley on drums in 1971. In the beginning affected by Chuck Berry, Bo …

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5.6.7.8’s

While their biggest international exposure was a cameo in the Tarantino flick Eliminate Bill, 5.6.7.8’s are a lot more than one-hit miracles, bearing the proud difference to be the perfect and longest-enduring Japan garage area rock girl music group. Having a revolving ensemble of music artists (only 1 of these …

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The Remains

This Boston, USA-based garage band was formed in 1964 by guitarist/vocalist Barry Tashian. Motivated by a vacation to London, where he noticed British groupings playing materials he treasured – Jimmy Reed, Small Walter, Chuck Berry and John Lee Hooker – Tashian come up with the Remains to be with Costs …

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The Masonics

Centering on five cities located in Kent, U.K., the Medway picture was created in the first ’80s having a defiantly lo-fi undertake ’60s garage area/defeat, seasoned having a dash of traditional rock & move and a lot of punk attitude. Probably the scene’s most well-known boy was the prolific Billy …

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Nick Lowe

As the first choice from the seminal pub rockers Brinsley Schwarz, a manufacturer, and a solo artist, Nick Lowe held considerable influence within the development of punk rock and roll. Using the Brinsleys, Lowe started a back-to-basics motion that flowered into punk rock and roll in the past due ’70s. …

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