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Satyn’s Children

Houston-based band having a awesome, provocative name and a audio built around a nice, jangling 12-string guitar, like the Byrds, except they performed harder and their drummer was certainly kicking the hell away of his kit. Satyn’s Children’s line-up included an organist who also could dominate the group’s audio on …

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Thom MacFarlane

Thom MacFarlane was created and raised in Bayonne, NJ. He began monitoring the piano at age seven. His curiosity about other musical instruments grew, then he started playing electric guitar, bass, and harmonica. Then went on to review music at Mannes University of Music in NEW YORK. Thom MacFarlane after …

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Bob Lowery

Bob Lowery was raised in Abington, PA, near Philadelphia. He started performing in night clubs around the region, teaming up with vocalist/songwriter Chris Callas and drummer Tom Toxell. They steadily moved to executing original material, so when Callas’ departure divide the group, Lowery transferred to NY to go after a …

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Maya Geryk

Maya Geryk was created and raised in Pontiac, Michigan. She graduated cum laude from Aquinas University having a BA in British Books in 1993, and presently works for Edges Books & Music coordinating occasions and special offers. Maya’s past musical pursuits consist of a decade spent studying traditional piano. She …

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Paul Martin

NY singer-songwriter Paul Martin (given birth to Paul Myerberg) released several way-obscure singles in 1966-67, and documented a whole lot of unreleased demos at exactly the same time; several were collected for the 1996 discharge on Distortions. Martin wasn’t an exceedingly talented performer or composer, churning out low-fi folk-rock with …

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Masterminds

One of the most promising late-era Merseybeat rings, the Masterminds never were able to translate their potential into serious record product sales, although among their people, Joey Molland, was destined for a few international success significantly less than ten years hence. Shaped in Liverpool even while the big influx of …

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Hal Horowitz

Hal Horowitz worked at WITR, Rochester, NY, for ten years as the music and program director and co-hosted a every week blues show, Poor Doggie Blues, for five years. Throughout that period he interviewed a varied array of nationwide blues artists. He previously his personal eclectic every week radio display …

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Kelly McCartney

In her 12 years discovering the L.A. music picture, Kelly McCartney did a small amount of everything. Especially, she booked an acoustic golf club that was another house and breaking floor for artists such as for example Vonda Shepard, Shawn Mullins, Meredith Brooks, Joan Jones, Jill Sobule, Ellis Paul, and …

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Harvey Gerst

Harvey Gerst had a peripheral part in the Byrds’ profession like a co-writer of two of their early tunes. In 1964 the music group, still referred to as the Aircraft Set, documented a track he published with Jim (afterwards Roger) McGuinn and Gene Clark, “Make sure you Let Me Like …

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Daniel Market

Singer Daniel Marketplace grew up in Evansville, IN. After he arrived his first handful of gigs, he begun to tour frequently, playing in night clubs across the USA, including Nashville, where he spends a whole lot of his period. He in addition has been profiled in periodicals like Performing Songwriter, …

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