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Jessica Stone

West coastline singer/songwriter Jessica Rock founded her very own record and posting company, Maidenstone Information, soon after graduating from the L.A. Music Academy. Her 2002 debut, Seven Words, introduced viewers to Stone’s personal mixture of folk, pop, and jazz, and garnered the tech-savvy, indie musician accolades from over the internet. …

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The McCormick Brothers

The McCormick Brothers aren’t as well-known as additional country and bluegrass harmonizers who have been popular in the 1950s, like the Stanley Brothers as well as the Louvin Brothers. However they had been an excellent bluegrass band, though they weren’t as long-lived as the utmost renowned ones operating the same …

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The Inspirations

The Inspirations were essentially a duo of Jimmy London (Trevor Shaw) and Billy Dyce (Ransford Light), who had been active on the Jamaican music picture by the end from the 1960s and in to the early ’70s. They originally worked with manufacturer Lee “Nothing” Perry, and their melody “SHRINK,” documented …

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Jaymes Foster-Levy

Maker Jaymes Foster-Levy may be the sister of composer/maker David Foster. Along with operating as an professional maker on albums such as for example Foster’s The Xmas Recording, she also made an appearance like a judge within the performing competition displays Popstars and Popstars 2. She produced headlines in 2008 …

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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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Uncle Homer Walker

John “Uncle” Homer Walker was created in 1904 in Summers Region, VA, although he lived the majority of his life in Glen Lyn, VA (Giles Region). An excellent clawhammer banjo participant in the archaic dark Appalachian custom, Walker was the main topic of a brief documentary film, Banjo Guy, stated …

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Wisin & Yandel

Though Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel (given birth to Juan Morera and Lladel Vegilla) were around for quite a while (their debut album, Reyes del Nuevo Milenio, premiered in 2000) and gained fans and recognition with records like 2004’s De Otra Manera and 2005’s Mi Vida: La Pelicula, …

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Jan Smit

Dutch pop and schlager singer Jan Smit 1st hit it big in 2005 with Vrienden Voor Het Leven, possible television series predicated on his life, but he continued offering beyond that to be probably one of the most bankable and dependable Dutch pop famous actors of the brand new millennium. …

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Steve Losey

Steven Douglas Losey continues to be an AMG contributing writer since 2001. He’s connected to the Detroit and nationwide rock and roll music scenes like a performer, journalist, and regional on-air character. In 2007, Losey produced article contributions to numerous music-centric publications including GUITARIST, Modern Drummer, Strike Parader, and Rocket. …

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Lukas Hilbert

A sensitive alt-rocker like the likes of Patrick Nuo and Teach, Lukas Hilbert was a normal within the German Best 20 graphs in the first 2000s, with strikes like “Was Ich An Dir Mag” and “Kommt Meine Liebe Nicht Bei Dir An.” Hilbert’s achievement like a performer was just seconded …

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