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The Morells

A long-running roots rock and roll ensemble, the Morells formed in Springfield, Missouri in the first ’80s. Born from several other rings like the Symptoms as well as the Skeletons, the Morells included guitarist D. Clinton Thompson, bassist Lou Whitney, and keyboardists Kelly Dark brown, Joe Terry, and Maralie Terry, …

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Mental as Anything

Formed on the whim by way of a group of fed up art students searching for free wines, Australia’s prankish Mental as Anything continued to forge a profession spanning many decades, their tongues staying planted firmly in cheek through the entire duration of their existence. Debuting in 1978, the Sydney-based …

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NRBQ

Categorised as “the world’s greatest bar band,” NRBQ are that rare group that’s eclectic, stylistically innovative, and creatively ambitious while also sounding completely unpretentious and accessible. At its greatest, NRBQ’s music casually mixes up barrelhouse R&B, United kingdom Invasion pop, fourth-gear rockabilly, exploratory free of charge jazz, and a large …

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Roy Loney

Bay Region local Roy Loney, a founding person in the fantastic Flamin’ Groovies, quit the music group in the first ’70s, ostensibly to pursue a single profession. Oddly, his 1st solo documenting didn’t show up until 1979, almost seven years after departing the Groovies. Within the interim, Loney experienced taken …

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Phil Alvin

Because the big-voiced frontman from the Blasters through the early ’80s, singer/guitarist Phil Alvin spearheaded the underground’s new accept of American music traditions which range from blues to rockabilly to country, predating the origins rock motion that bloomed within the years to check out. Given birth to March 6, 1953, …

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Martin Briley

Although probably most widely known for his ’80s strike “The Salt in my own Tears,” Martin Briley has already established an extended and different career like a backup musician and songwriter. Hailing through the U.K., Briley was a founding person in the music group Mandrake Paddlesteamer (later on shortened to …

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Love Sculpture

A British blues-rock music group of the past due ’60s that, despite being excellent, would normally be relegated to footnote position if it weren’t for the actual fact which the lead guitarist of the trio was the soon-to-be-famous Dave Edmunds. Like many very similar bands of the days, Appreciate Sculpture …

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Roger Bechirian

Maker Roger Bechirian was an integral participant in new influx, having caused Nick Lowe, Paul Carrack, Elvis Costello, Dave Edmunds, among others. Given birth to in Calcutta, India, in 1954, Bechirian required piano lessons as a kid. His family members relocated to Britain when he was ten. Bechirian started developing …

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Rockpile

Through the late ’70s, Rockpile was the touring group for both Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe. Like Edmunds, the music group was interested in traditional rock and roll & move. Like Lowe, the music group used a reckless, trashy reject. Driven with the effective rhythm portion of drummer Terry Williams …

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Walter Clevenger

LA power pop singer/songwriter/guitarist Walter Clevenger includes a rootsy, laid-back audio highly similar to Nick Lowe and Rockpile. Clevenger was raised listening to nation music and found out the Beatles in 4th grade, later on branching into power pop and developing a music group in senior high school. Nonetheless it …

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