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Shane Simpson

Guitarist Shane Simpson studied jazz for a long time, learning the intricacies from the genre after discovering it seeing that an adolescent. After ten years working being a sideman, he stepped in to the studio room to record Sketches in 2000. The record was a shock to anyone who acquired …

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Robert McCreedy

Robert McCreedy had place years in to the Volebeats, a music group where he had not been only a primary member, but their business lead songwriter. Following the discharge of their Mosquito Spiral record, McCreedy still left the group and journeyed around the united states writing new materials that shown …

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Peter Knight

Peter Knight (never to end up being confused using the pop music conductor/arranger from the same name) is among the most respected music artists to emerge from the early-’70s British folk-rock growth. A banjo/fiddle virtuoso — but also a multi-instrumentalist with skills on electric guitar, keyboards, and bass, among various …

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Abuelo Mundo

Acoustic rock quintet from Puerto Rico formerly referred to as la Cosa. Abuelo Mundo was produced in 1999, debuting live at an Orocovis’ club known as Abuelo Mundo, from where in fact the band’s brand-new name was used. In the entire year 2000, Abuelo Mundo released a six-song EP known …

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Nations by the River

Highly regarded Australian alt-folk-country bands the Sleepy Jackson and Gelbison cross-pollinated throughout a 2003 homeland tour and formed Nations with the River. Luke Steele, the Sleepy Jackson’s business lead vocalist, and Gelbison’s Kahn brothers (Edo and Nadav) used their fresh group as the automobile for a far more romantic and …

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David

David was used while the name for several rock groups, 1 being truly a obscure Canadian take action that formed in the past due ’60s. There have been six members with this little-known group, all man aside from the lead vocalist, Deborah Kelly. Some of the additional members — roughly …

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Tarantula

Tarantula was a California-based quintet with a solid psychedelic bent, co-founded by bassist/vocalist Oz Bach of Spanky & Our Gang with Thad Maxwell (business lead electric guitar, vocals), Tom Grasso (keyboards, vocals), Mike Edelman (electric powered flute, sax, vocals), and Steve Swirn (drums). These were intensely influenced by the first …

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Paul’s Disciples

Paul’s Disciples were an obscure folk-based group from Hertfordshire whose only solitary, for British Decca, was “See That My Grave Is Kept Clean” with “16 Tons.”

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The Navarros

The Navarros were a quintet from Ashland, OR, close to Medford, that evolved into Neighbr’hhood Childr’n, however, not before abandoning a set of charming folk-rock demos. The group, led by tempo guitarist/vocalist (and songwriter) Rick Bolz, presented Gary Campbell on lead acoustic guitar, Dianne Hoffman (occasionally spelled “Dyan”) within the …

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Spiral Dance

Australian Celtic folk-rock group Spiral Dance was co-founded by vocalist Adrienne Piggott and guitarist Nick Carter in Australia in 1992. Motivated by both music and common myths of Celtic lands, the group would afterwards go on to add Ingrid Hapke (violin, vocals), David Bentley (bass electric guitar), Paul Gooding (accordion, …

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