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Moxy Früvous

First spotted with a CBC radio professional while busking in Toronto, the 4 people of Moxy Fruvous used their theatrical experience to create them aside. Their street-side arranged included rap, folk, impromptu theatrics, humor, and politics satire. Mike Ford, Murray Foster, David Matheson sing and play acoustic guitar and bass, …

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Ezra Pound

Music was essential towards the mental workings of poet Ezra Pound, who have habitually hummed a tuneless warble (just like the yowling of the bass Siamese kitty) even though he worked in his typewriter. His attempts in real practice of music originated from his barbarian self-confidence. William Carlos Williams kept …

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Timothy Leary

Most famous being a article writer and countercultural theorist, Timothy Leary recorded a collectable spoken phrase/sound montage album of sorts on the height from the psychedelic era, and released cassettes of his lectures by himself.

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Moms Mabley

At onetime probably the most successful female standup comic in the us — she continues to be the highest-charting comedienne in Billboard background — sociable satirist Jackie “Moms” Mabley is basically unknown to modern viewers, but her effect on successive decades of both feminine and African-American comics continues to be …

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Wipeouters

Regarding to a news release from 2001 (that could very well be considered a goofy fabrication), the seed products of ’70s/’80s new wave groundbreakers Devo place within a ’60s browse music group, referred to as the Wipeouters. Upcoming Devo associates Tag Mothersbaugh, Bob Mothersbaugh, and Robert Casale produced the music …

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Stuttering John

Most widely known for his infamous superstar interviews for radio’s The Howard Stern Present, “Stuttering John” Melendez was created Oct 4, 1965 in Massapequa, NY. He became an intern on Stern’s plan in 1989, and shortly the host pressed Melendez in to the limelight, exploiting his talk issue while forcing …

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Topp Twins

Lynda and Jools Topp, identical twins with an eerie twin kinship and irresistible propensity for finishing each other’s phrases, are as not the same as each other because they are through the stereotypical nation & american, lesbian, political, theatrical humorists. Even more bodily solid, Lynda gets the wonderful yodel. Jools, …

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Studs Terkel

Through his radio interviews and books, Louis “Studs” Terkel continues to be called “the Walt Whitman of the air waves” and described himself as “a guerrilla journalist having a tape recorder.” Although Terkel was connected with Chicago, he was created in NEW YORK on, may 16, 1912, the 3rd boy …

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Stubby Kaye

Stubby Kaye was the rotund comic actor and singer who portrayed Nicely-Nicely Johnson in the Broadway and movie versions of Men and Dolls. Given birth to in NEW YORK, Kaye performed in vaudeville and in 1939 received a significant Bowes Novice Hour radio competition. During World Battle II, he performed …

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Christian Finnegan

Standup comedian Religious Finnegan came up through the happening NEW YORK “indie” comic picture, but his design is even more traditional and influenced with the humor albums of his youth. He stumbled in to the N.Con.C. picture while participating in NYU as an performing pupil. While he enjoyed performing, he …

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