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Otto Virgil

Mississippian Otto Virgil (his last name actually has been Virgial) documented two one 78s in Chicago for Bluebird Records in Halloween in 1925, “LITTTLE LADY in Rome” b/w “Poor Idea Blues” and “Got the Blues On the subject of Rome” b/w “Seven Year Itch.” Those four edges, which feature fairly …

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Andrea Hamilton

California-based singer, pianist, and songwriter Andrea Hamilton was raised in Kansas, where she was singing songs before she could spell. She started writing music in earnest in senior high school, starting her professional songwriting profession at age 16. Relocating to LA when she was 18 years of age, Hamilton examined …

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Ohbijou

Ohbijou — a Canadian indie pop ensemble whose folksy, multi-instrumental audio welcomes comparisons towards the Bowerbirds and Arthur & Yu — began simply like a single task. Brantford, Ontario-based vocalist/songwriter Casey Mecijia started focusing on Ohbijou’s 1st songs in the first 2000s; she began collaborating on those tracks with her …

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Lars Bygdén

Veteran Swedish alternate rocker Lars Bygdén was created in 1973 in the commercial town of Sundsvall. He started his profession in music in the middle-’90’s like a guitarist in the Scandinavian psych rock and roll clothes Magic Broom as well as the Tones of Orange before developing the popular alternate …

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The Nudge

The IDM meets post-rock collective Nudge feature multi-instrumentalists Brian Foote and Paul Dickow and vocalist Honey Owens as their creative core, and show members of likeminded bands such as for example Fontanelle, Jessamine, Sunn, Crisis, and Nice Great as collaborators. The group shaped in the past due ’90s and embarked …

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Taylor McFerrin

Taylor McFerrin’s initial recorded appearance was being a history vocalist on “Jubilee,” a tune included on his dad Bobby’s 1982 debut album for Elektra. A few decades later, younger McFerrin was referred to as a beatboxer and set up a career being a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, manufacturer, and vocalist. In 2006, …

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Minnie Murphy

Pianist and vocalist Minnie Murphy is nation, sure, but her graceful tone of voice, which may be sassy or sultry or resigned by changes, has a tiny jazz tinge to it all that, when she’s in her best, offers whatever she’s performing a shiny immediacy. Given birth to in Bellingham, …

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Eric Durrance

Vocalist, songwriter, and Tallahassee local Eric Durrance includes a company background in nation music because of his step-dad, who all played electric guitar, piano, and drums, and his mom and grandfather, who all taught him to sing tranquility, and his grandparents, who all played him George Jones. Afterwards Durrance gravitated …

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The Swallows

The Swallows are best remembered for “Dearest” (number nine R&B in August 1951) and a small number of various other great doo wop tunes. The group — like their community affects the Vibranaires — had been from Baltimore, MD, and started singing soon after, developing in 1946. Originally known as …

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Last Chance Jug Band

Going by musicologist David Evans, THE FINAL Chance Jug Strap is usually a modern-day incarnation from the jug rings that been around in the Memphis area through the ’20s and ’30s, namely The Memphis Jug Strap led by Will Color and Cannon’s Jug Stompers going up by Gus Cannon. The …

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