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Manika

A soulful vocalist using a bent toward high-energy membership music and R&B-influenced pop jams, Manika found early prominence as the final protégé of legendary music professional Frank DiLeo. Delivered Manika Ward in 1993 in NEVADA, Nevada, Manika started performing and playing piano at a age group and by her teenagers …

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The Breakup Society

Delivering tough but hook-laden pop/rock and roll with lyrics that combine the witty as well as the cynical, the Pittsburgh-based group the Breakup Culture grab where leader Ed Masley’s former group, the Frampton Brothers still left off…actually. The Break up Society’s story started when vocalist, tempo guitarist, and songwriter Masley, …

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Johnny Loftus

Johnny Loftus 1st stumbled away of Chicagoland in 1974. Affected mainly from the city’s spate of traditional rock r / c, Loftus was also an early on supporter of UHF store WPWR, which in 1982 premiered a music video format weighty on new influx strikes and projection Television holdovers from …

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Eldo

Eldo may be the stage name of Polish rapper and radio journalist Leszek Kaźmierczak, co-founder of successful Polish hip-hop group Grammatik. Noted for his poetic lyrics and ambitious, genre-traversing productions, Eldo in addition has been the main topic of controversy, because of his severe criticism from the Polish hip-hop picture …

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Chase Long Beach

Produced in 2002 by Karen Roberts (vocals) and Patrick Fitzgerald (bass/vocals), globetrotting Southern California-based ska-punk outfit Run after Long Shore grew into an octet by enough time its debut EP (Strike from the Fuzzy Things) premiered in 2004. Going for a cue from third influx ska revival serves just like …

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Phil Judd

A founding member and early creative force behind New Zealand’s Divide Enz, Phil Judd quickly became disillusioned using the music industry and dropped from the music group in 1977. After rejoining Divide Enz and departing once again, he spent a short while with two renowned New Zealand punk rings — …

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The Sun

What began mainly because Chris Burney’s demonstration tape was the gas that fired sunlight to log off the ground. SUNLIGHT, a garage rock and roll four-piece having a slick, gritty design formed a music group within their Midwest living quarters in 2001. Burney (vocals/acoustic guitar), New Bomb Turks drummer Sam …

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Paula Poundstone

Comedian Paula Poundstone was one of the talented feminine comics to go up to prominence in the past due ’80s (Roseanne Barr, Ellen DeGeneres, Judy Tenuta, Rita Rudner, etc.), even though her career continuing to flourish with Television work through the entire ’90s, a shocking allegation threatened to derail her …

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Vipers

Manchester, England’s Vipers had been founded in Oct of 2006 by vocalist/electric guitar Nathan, bassist Scott, fuzz bassist Joey (that is right, two bass players), and drummer Kyle, using the shared objective of defying ready-made genre containers using their spontaneous and explosive make of garage area rock. And in addition, …

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Generationals

Created in 2007 by ex-Eames Period guitarists/songwriters Ted Joyner and Offer Widmer, New Orleans-based indie pop outfit Generationals build hook-filled tunes that pull liberally from rock and roll and pop’s ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s heyday while preserving enough contemporary sensibilities to stay relevant in the MP3 age group. Like their …

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