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Pat Hare

If highly distorted guitar used a huge amount of aggression and barely suppressed violence is your notion of great blues, after that Pat Hare’s your man. Created using the improbable name of Auburn Hare (one particular biographical oddities that actually probably the most fanciful blues historian couldn’t constitute inside a …

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Benny Davis

A vaudeville performer barely into his teenagers, lyricist Benny Davis composed a huge selection of songs through the heyday of Tin Skillet Alley. Though just “Baby Encounter” became an internationally standard, strikes like “Don’t Break the center That Enjoys You,” “There Moves My Heart,” and “WITH ONE OF THESE Hands” …

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Chris Robinson & The New Earth Mud

b. Christopher Tag Robinson, 20 Dec 1966, Marietta, Georgia, USA. Most widely known because the vocalist for all of us vintage rockers the Dark Crowes, Robinson proceeded to go single in 2002, after over a decade of service along with his previous music group. He had shaped the Dark Crowes …

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Jack Stapp

b. 8 Dec 1912, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, d. 20 Dec 1980, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. The family members relocated to Atlanta in 1921, where Stapp was informed. He went to Georgia Technology, who had their very own radio train station, and became Program Controller when WGST proceeded to go commercial. Then …

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James Gurley

YOUR GOVERNMENT & the Keeping Firm weren’t known because of their precision as performers — the music group was notoriously sloppy on-stage and in the studio room, and the main one album they ever did with Janis Joplin was so chaotic to record that it had been like tugging teeth …

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Carlos Cano

Given birth to José Carlos Cano Fernández, talented vocalist/songwriter Carlos Cano became involved with popular music after composing his first track, known as “La Miseria,” in 1968. Seduced by poetry, he became a member of several writers referred to as Poesia 70 and participated inside a tribute to Federico García …

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Larry Willis

Once identified with on-the-edge totally free music, keyboardist Larry Willis had a profitable flirtation with fusion within the ’70s, after that moved to very difficult bop within the ’80s and ’90s. Willis’ performing continues to be frenetic, ambitious, and interesting, but during his jazz-rock and fusion times it had been …

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Cousin Joe

The tellin’ “WHY My Pet Don’t Bark at You FORGET ABOUT,” from the Gospel-Wailing, Jazz-Playing, Rock and roll N’ Rollin’ Soul-Shouting, Tap-Dancing Bluesman from New Orleans album released in 1974 on Big Keep Information, epitomizes Cousin Joe’s classic piano blues design. Joe’s a pioneering blues vocalist born Dec 20, 1907 …

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Courtney Johnson

The initial banjo player within the progressive bluegrass music group New Lawn Revival, this Kentucky picker was known for whipping off solos within the 5 minutes and plus range where it appeared like every possible permutation from the notes on the instrument will be presented. Johnson started playing electric guitar …

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Irene Dunne

b. Irene Marie Dunn, 20 Dec 1898, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, d. 4 Sept 1990, LA, California, USA. After their studies at the Chicago Musical University, Dunne attempted unsuccessfully to be an opera vocalist. Instead, her lengthy and hugely effective career started in musical comedies. She performed inside a touring organization …

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