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Harry Chapin

Harry Chapin’s profession as a favorite singer/songwriter was trim short by a car incident in 1981, yet he left out some recordings that his followers continue steadily to treasure years after his loss of life. Chapin was by no means a critically acclaimed vocalist/songwriter. Critics accused him of over-sentimentalizing his …

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The Bird and the Bee

Multi-instrumentalist Greg Kurstin and doe-eyed vocalist Inara George pull upon a fondness for jazz requirements and ’60s Tropicalia to provide the stylish shades from the Bird as well as the Bee. Both musicians were launched in 2004 by shared friend Mike Andrews, whom George experienced enlisted to create her single …

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Ute Freudenberg

Most widely known for the melody “Jugendliebe,” German pop vocalist Ute Freudenberg was among her country’s most widely used vocalists in the first ’80s, but her profession stretched in the ’70s towards the 2000s. Blessed in Weimar in 1956, Freudenberg was uncovered at age group 15 and examined on the …

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Jonas Brothers

Probably one of the most popular teenaged sets of the 2000s, the Jonas Brothers crafted hook-filled power pop anthems within the vein of McFly, Hanson, and the present day Lovers. The youthful NJ natives (while readying their 2006 debut, brothers Joe, Kevin, and Nick Jonas topped out at 16, 17, …

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Tomas Thordarson

Denmark’s Tomas Thordarson started his profession in pop music by auditioning and being successful the first circular of Star for the Night, Denmark’s response to American Idol. After taking part in the competition Thordarson noticed how essential music was to him, and made a decision to pursue a profession within …

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Dżem

Polish blues-rock legends most widely known because of their hits “Czerwony Jak Cegla,” “Whisky,” “Harley Moj,” “Mala Aleja Roz,” “List do M,” and “Sen o Victorii,” Dżem (means “jam”) shaped in 1973, using the traditional lineup comprising Ryszard Riedel (vocals, harmonica), Beno Otreba (bass, guitar, vocals), Adam Otreba (guitar, vocals), …

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Gilbert O’Sullivan

Vocalist/songwriter Gilbert O’Sullivan successfully combined a flair for Beatlesque popcraft with an old-fashioned music hall sensibility to emerge among the most distinctive and popular new performers of the first 1970s. Created Raymond O’Sullivan in Waterford, Ireland on Dec 1, 1946, he continued to attend artwork college in Swindon, Britain, writing …

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Gwen Stefani

Before she discovered she could write songs, Gwen Stefani was getting excited about a life of marriage, children, and white picket fences. When her sibling launched her to ska and fresh influx music, it tripped a string of events that could eventually result in an incredible number of albums marketed …

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George Michael

George Michael was the largest British pop celebrity from the 1980s, content spinning some infectiously catchy pop singles into global stardom that found him sell more than 100 mil albums worldwide. Blessed with visual appearance, a fine tone of voice, along with a knack for composing interesting melodies that worked …

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Daniel Powter

Daniel Powter, the Canadian who stormed the Western graphs in 2005 along with his solitary “Bad Day time” (from his 2005 self-titled launch), was created and raised within the Okanagan Valley in Uk Columbia, picking right up the violin at age four. By enough time he was an adolescent, however, …

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