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Grinderman

While Nick Cave’s music has evolved from the harrowing post-punk wail from the Birthday Party towards the eloquent and frequently poetic approach he explored for the albums The Boatman’s Call no More Shall We Spend the his group the Bad Seeds, the troublemaking sound vendor of his youth hasn’t entirely …

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Bret Michaels

Along with his glammed-up visual appearance and commercial songwriting skills, Bret Michaels became among rock and roll & roll’s most recognizable frontmen through the 1980s. Created and elevated in Pa, Bret Michael Sychak migrated western in 1984, trading the blue-collar atmosphere of his indigenous Pa for the seedy gloss of …

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Mulehead

After departing Ho Hum, a band that had produced the rounds from major label next big thing to independent local, Kevin Kerby made a decision to have a different go through the music he was making. Having more than enough of the normal corporate band stock, he made a decision …

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Tobin Sprout

Despite his own solo successes, Tobin Sprout will most likely always be referred to as the onetime four-track wizard and songwriting sidekick to Robert Pollard in Ohio’s lo-fi pop kings Guided by Voices. Though much less prolific than his manager, followers of the group had been quick to observe Sprout’s …

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Toad

Swiss hard rock and roll and blues-rock clothing Toad leaped (sorry) onto their country’s graphs using their debut one, “Stay,” in 1972 — paving just how for the substantial Swiss metal motion of the first ’80s and such significant rings as Krokus and Celtic Frost. Generally a three-piece, comprising Vittorio …

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Tom Keifer

Known primarily mainly because the lead singer and guitarist for bluesy, chart-topping ’80s steel outfit Cinderella, Springfield, Pennsylvania-born singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Tom Keifer started playing at a age. Found out by Jon Bon Jovi in 1985, Cinderella continued release a four albums between 1986 and 1994, three which proceeded to go platinum, …

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Alan Price

As the organist in the first Animals lineup, Alan Cost was possibly the most significant instrumental contributor with their early operate of hits. He still left the group in 1965 after just a 12 months of international achievement (he is seen discussing his departure with Bob Dylan in the rockumentary …

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Super Heavy Goat Ass

Selecting their name on the lark, carrying out a display promoter’s misprinting (and a substantial amount of alcohol), stoner rockers Super Heavy Goat Ass (originally NO2) had been created in 1999, first surviving in Lubbock before relocating to Austin, TX. There vocalist/guitarist Russell Abbott, guitarist Derek Halfmann, and drummer Tim …

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Moonshine Bandits

Coming in the hick-hop genre from an old-school position, want Johnny Cash-meets-the Beastie Boys, Central California’s Moonshine Bandits feature rappers Tex and Parrot. Just Bubba Sparxxx, Haystak, and a small number of other artists had been mixing nation, rap, and rock and roll when the group produced its debut in …

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