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Priscilla Ahn

A charming folksinger, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist (using your guitar, bass, harmonica, ukulele, and also kazoo every once in awhile), Priscilla Ahn grew up in rural Bernville, Pa. She began playing electric guitar at age 14 and performed in choirs and musical productions throughout senior high school. Pursuing graduation, the burgeoning …

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Bucky Pizzarelli

An excellent guitarist appreciated by golf swing musicians specifically, Bucky Pizzarelli is a fixture in jazz as well as the studios because the early ’50s. Self-taught, Pizzarelli is definitely a master from the seven-string electric guitar. He toured with Vaughn Monroe before and following a stint within the armed forces. …

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Hariprasad Chaurasia

Along with his virtuousic blowing technique, Hariprasad Chaurasia has turned the Bansuri (bamboo) flute into a musical instrument of beauty. Mixing the musical customs of India with creativity and advancement, Chaurasia has already reached beyond traditional music to make a audio of his personal. Offered the national honor from the …

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Tom Brantley

Versatile trombonist Tom Brantley was created in 1970 in Southern Louisiana encircled by music and music artists (his parents were both music group directors) and he was steadily subjected to several styles, including traditional, jazz, Latin, spirit, pop, rock, nation, bluegrass, and Cajun. With trombone players operating in his family …

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Pete Molinari

A Uk singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Pete Molinari pulls on the spirits of Woody Guthrie, Business lead Stomach, and Phil Ochs as well as the nature of the fantastic folk revival from the 1960s for his motivation, and by seeking to and pulling on this music history, he manages to …

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Muzsikás

This Hungarian group features Márta Sebestyén (vocals/recorder), Sándor Csoóri (bagpipes/hurdy-gurdy/viola/vocals), Mihaly Sipos (violin/zither/vocals), Péter Eri (bouzouki/turkish horn/cello/viola/vocals) and Dániel Hamar (bass/hurdy-gurdy/vocals). Muzsikás (pronounced ‘mu-zhi-kash’) focuses on traditional music in the Transylvania region of the country. Ahead of 1987 Sebestyén acquired performed in the united kingdom with a music group known …

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Aled Jones

Referred to as a vocalist who — generally — specific in religious and inspirational functions, Aled Jones (delivered Dec 29, 1970 in Bangor, Wales) was also a familiar tone of voice in U.K. traditional radio and a contestant on the ballroom dance competition reality present. Agreed upon to a documenting …

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Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith

A connection between the European swing from the 1940s as well as the rockabilly from the 1950s, Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith was among country music’s seminal numbers. Furthermore to inspiring many generations of nation music artists via his local television system The Arthur Smith Display, which shown from 1951 to …

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Al Hirt

A virtuoso over the trumpet, Al Hirt was frequently “overqualified” for the Dixieland and pop music that he performed. He examined classical trumpet on the Cincinnati Conservatory (1940-1943) and was inspired with the playing of Harry Adam. He freelanced in golf swing rings (including both Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, and …

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Art Taylor

Among the great drummers from the 1950s, Artwork Taylor was on the many hard bop and jam session-styled classes. His first essential gig was with Howard McGhee in 1948, which was accompanied by organizations with Coleman Hawkins (1950-1951), Friend DeFranco (1952), Bud Powell (1953 and 1955-1957), and George Wallington (1954-1956). …

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