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Novastar

The performing moniker of Dutch and Belgian pop and rock singer/songwriter Joost Zweegers, Novastar began in the first ’90s after Zweegers departed from his previous music group, the Side Uses up. His initial big break — as Novastar, in any case — emerged in 1996, when he gained the musical …

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Brand New

Even though members of COMPLETELY NEW cut their teeth in a variety of hardcore bands, the group took a far more melodic method of its work, embracing punk-pop around the debut album YOUR PREFERRED Weapon and incorporating areas of indie rock and roll during future projects. Created in Long Isle, …

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Tom Rush

Along with his warm and slightly world-weary baritone voice, solid classical guitar playing, and gifted if hardly prolific songwriting skills, Tom Rush was among the finest & most unsung performers to emerge from the ’60s urban folk revival. Created Feb 8, 1941 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Hurry began his carrying …

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Rafter

Among San Diego’s music fixture Rafter Roberts’ many tasks — such as the indie pop duo Bunky, jogging among the city’s most widely used indie saving studios, and producing and anatomist albums for Castanets, the Fiery Furnaces, Arab on Radar, and much more — Rafter’s kaleidoscopic sound pop features Roberts …

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Mount Eerie

Following the release from the Microphones’ 2003 album, Mount Eerie, Washington state songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer Phil Elverum took that title because the name of his subsequent project, which extended within the searching experience from the Microphones’ music. He founded the label P.W. Elverum and Sunlight Ltd., releasing a set of CD-Rs, Seven …

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The Roadside Graves

Country-rock music group the Roadside Graves was shaped by a band of years as a child close friends in Metuchen, NJ: singer John Gleason, drummer Colin Ryan, guitarist Affluent Zilg, guitarist Jeremy Benson, bassist Dave Jones, and Mike DeBlasio (later on joined by key pad participant Johnny Piatkowski). They documented …

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*NSYNC

Combined with the Backstreet Guys and Britney Spears, *NSYNC dominated the teenage pop explosion from the later ’90s using a mixture of group harmonies, gauzy ballads, and well-produced dance textures. Even though group surfaced in 1996 in Orlando, FL, performers JC Chasez and Justin Timberlake got previously co-starred in the …

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Håkan Hellström

Seemingly from nowhere, Håkan Hellström arrived along with his smash hit debut single “Känn Ingen Sorg För Mig Göteborg” within the spring of 2000. Although this is his debut like a single artist, Hellström have been a musician for a long time. As an associate of indie pop/rock and roll …

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Ale Möller

The original music of Sweden continues to be preserved with the playing of multi-instrumentalist and composer Ale Moller. A previous person in folk groupings Filarfolket and Friot, Moller helped to spark curiosity about Swedish folk music in the later ’80s and early ’90s. He presently works together with violinist/vocalist Lena …

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Tommy Collins

Together with his contemporary Wynn Stewart, Tommy Collins was among the 1st country musicians to determine a unique Bakersfield, CA, sound. During the ’50s, he released some strike singles that lightened in the build of honky tonk with jumping backbeats, novelty lyrics, and electrical guitars. Collins explored a far more …

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