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Lewis & Clarke Expedition

The country-rock group referred to as the Lewis & Clarke Expedition evolved out of several folk bands operating around LA through the mid-’60s. Shaped by Dallas songwriter Michael Martin Murphey (beneath the guise of Travis Lewis) with Owen Castleman (executing as Boomer Clarke), the music group documented one LP in …

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Dan Dalton

While attending the University of Hawaii, Dan Dalton became a specialist musician as an associate of the trio called the Dalton Boys, along with his brothers Wally and Jack. The trio was booked to open up Randy Sparks’ brand-new membership, Ledbetter’s, in Oct of 1963, so when his brothers had …

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Tango Saloon

Among the many tasks by experimental Australian guitarist/bassist/keyboardist Julian Curwin, Tango Saloon combines two of his favourite designs, tango and Ennio Morricone-inspired spaghetti European soundtracks, and 14 additional music artists from Australia’s experimental picture into 1 improv-driven group. Having a house foundation in Sydney, Tango Saloon, who frequently performed with …

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The Outlaws

The Outlaws — never to be confused using the American country act from the same name — were among a wave of instrumental groups that arrived in Uk pop/rock music through the later 1950’s and early 1960’s. At that time, Cliff Richard’s support music group the Shadows, had been selling …

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Larry Dean

Larry Dean was among the key proponents from the Bakersfield audio and a solid presence inside the Western world Coast nation music scene. Blessed in Tx and elevated in Oklahoma and Idaho, Dean originated from a rigorous religious history that forbade dance and secular music. As the oldest of two …

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George Clark

Veteran rocker George Clark is from the Southern rock and roll scene as well as the fringes from the Allman Brothers’ clique, both musically and geographically. In the previous department, he supported the renowned Duane Allman on some periods and is at an organization that was agreed upon to the …

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Two Dollar Bash

Two Money Bash is a stylistically diverse acoustic country-rock music group rooted in the folk-rock of Bob Dylan as well as the Band, aswell as the country-folk of Townes Truck Zandt and Emmylou Harris, not forgetting some European affects, specially the Celtic custom. While located in Berlin, where they may …

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Red River Dave McEnery

b. David McEnery, 15 Dec 1914, San Antonio, Tx, USA, near to the Alamo, d. 15 January 2002, USA. Being truly a Texan, McEnery normally became thinking about things appertaining towards the traditional western life so that as a guy at school, had taken to playing your guitar and performing …

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Herb Jeffries

Although not just a jazz singer, Herb Jeffries was the last surviving person in the 1940 Duke Ellington Orchestra and an excellent interpreter of swing tracks and ballads. He performed with Erskine Tate in the first ’30s, Earl Hines (1931-1934), and Blanche Calloway, before getting the first dark cowboy professional …

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Art Satherley

Perhaps one of the most important pioneers in neuro-scientific country music creation, “Uncle” Artwork Satherley (alternately Satherly) was also the just British citizen to become inducted in to the Nation Music Hall of Popularity. He was created in the British West Nation on the Somerset plantation; the son of the …

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