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Cáceres

Created in the ’40s in Buenos Aires, Juan Carlos Caceres became intimately associated with the existentialist motion that thrived in the town during the many years of his youngsters. Caceres was an achieved jazz trombonist by his mid-twenties, and even though he studied great arts on the university instead of …

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CHAPPO

Brooklyn four-piece CHAPPO produce traveling, psychedelic, and post-punk-influenced indie rock and roll. Focused around Baton Rouge indigenous lead vocalist/songwriter and guitarist Alex Chappo and Seattle-born keyboardist Chris Olson, the music group also contains drummer Zac Colwell and guitarist Dave Feddock. Created in Manhattan in 2007, CHAPPO released the EP Plastique …

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Michael Rault

Toronto-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Michael Rault began his career in the middle-2000s, releasing some self-produced CD-Rs in his indigenous town of Edmonton, Alberta. Having a status for traditional, retro-inspired songcraft, he was ultimately authorized to Sony Canada imprint Pirates Mix, which released his ’50s rock-inspired debut, Ma-Me-O, this year 2010. …

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JJ Grey & Mofro

Although Mofro is situated in the Florida city of Jacksonville, near where JJ Gray and Daryl Hance was raised, the band actually formed over the Atlantic in London. The Floridians had been in the uk to focus on a documenting contract that finished up heading sour. While in London, both …

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Beth McKee

Beth McKee is a singer and songwriter who comes from Jackson, Mississippi, but was raised all around the American South. She takes on piano, body organ, and accordion aswell. Her music can be deeply affected by and steeped in the region’s wealthy musical history from blues and R&B to Cajun, …

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Honey Island Swamp Band

Named after an extremely real swamp that is situated close to the border of Louisiana and Mississippi, the Honey Isle Swamp Band can be aptly named, having a rootsy sound that includes the very best of both declares. The group’s music can be a swampy mixture of blues, spirit, country, …

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Grandpa Elliott

Grandpa Elliott is a veteran blues vocalist and road performer who was simply entertaining audiences for many years before he gained overnight popularity through a viral online video. Grandpa Elliott was created Elliott Little in New Orleans, LA in the middle-’40s; developing up in the Lafitte Casing Projects, Elliott created …

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Mardi Gras BB

Germany’s Mardi Gras BB certainly are a vibrant jazz, funk, spirit, rock and roll, and hip-hop outfit using a distinctly swampy New Orleans experience, led with the charismatic Doc Wenz (aka Jochen Wenz) and ex – Grug Grug bass participant Reverend Uli Jug, who has sousaphone in the music group. …

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George Porter, Jr.

Along with Artwork Neville, Leo Nocentelli and Zigaboo Modeliste, Brand-new Orleans R&B bassist George Porter, Jr. was a founding person in the Meters, New Orleans’ top funk band from the ’60s and ’70s. Porter continued to be in demand like a program musician for quite some time, and Runnin’ Partner, …

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Alabama 3

Alabama 3 was among the oddest music clothes to arise from past due-’90s London, but also probably one of the most initial. The band’s roots are shrouded in metropolitan misconception — the music group likes to declare that the three primary members fulfilled in rehab, while their Southern accents possess …

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