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Leigh Marble

Vocalist/songwriter Leigh Marble’s music is situated in traditional folk, filtered via an eclectic mixture of folk-rock, punk, hip-hop, and indie affects for a audio his press package describes like a mix between Tom Waits and Fugazi, though Ani DiFranco, Beck, G. Like & Particular Sauce, and different members from the …

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The New Seekers

Known chiefly to make a Coca-Cola jingle right into a substantial worldwide hit, the brand new Seekers ostensibly grew from the ashes from the Australian folk-rock outfit the Seekers (“Georgy Girl”). Although their obvious harmonies, pop leanings, and squeaky-clean picture had been like the unique music group, their real connection …

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Modern Folk Quartet

More notable for his or her later on achievements and peripheral connections to essential industry numbers than for his or her music, the present day Folk Quartet made commercially minded folk in the first ’60s with an focus on group harmonies. These were not really far taken off the Kingston …

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Michael Brovsky

A company administration student in the College or university of Colorado, Mike Brovsky was involved with singing and athletics when he met Bryan Sennett and co-founded the Serendipity Performers in tandem with H. Brooks Hatch.

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Michael Barnett

Nashville local Michael Barnett continues to be immersed in bluegrass and nation music since picking right up the fiddle at age four. His youngsters was spent learning his art at fiddle camps and workshops where he was subjected to a variety of designs and affects. After documenting his first recording …

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Ludwig Hirsch

Austrian singer/songwriter Ludwig Hirsch was an accomplished and well-known musician know for his dark humor and literate, often morbid lyrics. Created in Sankt Magdalena am Lemberg, Styria in 1946, Hirsch spent a lot of his youngsters in Vienna. Hirsch 1st studied visual artwork at university or college and, from 1975 …

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Smith Sisters

The Smith Sisters attracted attention when their debut album, Bluebird, released in 1984, was made by the past due Merle Watson and featured visitor appearances by top-ranked bluegrass pickers including Sam Bush, Tag O’Connor, Doc Watson, and T. Michael Coleman. Nonetheless it was their octave-spanning vocal harmonies that really showcased …

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The Sandpipers

The Sandpipers were a male vocal trio that recorded a small number of easy hearing pop hits within the mid-’60s. The group was recognized by its light, breezy harmonies, which floated over sensitive, breezy string preparations, along with the periodic appearance of the wordless female support vocalist who drifted in …

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Raymond Froggatt

Raymond “Froggy” Froggatt was a singer/songwriter who spent a lot of his tumultuous profession struggling to get recognition. Created in Birmingham, Britain, he produced his debut performing in a Dunlop manufacturer party and received ten cents for his attempts. Froggatt was a sickly kid who spent a lot of his …

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Rooftop Singers

The Rooftop Performers were probably the most successful from the folk revival’s one-hit wonders — their single main chart entry, “Walk Ideal In,” was lots one record as well as the biggest-selling single in the annals of the label, Vanguard Information. The group was a trio comprising Erik Darling, Expenses …

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