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Warlocks

House music group for Ken Kesey’s acidity celebrations, the Warlocks were the larval stage from the butterfly which became the Grateful Deceased. Jerry Garcia acquired already undergone many profession metamorphoses-as a folk/bluegrass enthusiast he’d performed stints using the Sleepy Hollow Hog Stompers, Hart Valley Drifters, Wildwood Children and Black Hill …

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Doug & Telisha Williams

Folk duo Doug & Telisha Williams was raised in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and met within their high-school marching music group, where he was the drum main and she was the majorette. They produced a music group to try out at a college assembly and afterwards performed with …

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Father Yod

In every of rock history, there may be few stranger stories than that of Father Yod & the Spirit of ’76 and Yahowa 13, the mystical quasi-cult psychedelic rock bands that documented prolifically in the middle-’70s. Psychedelic enthusiasts know about Yahowa via their link with Sky Saxon from the Seed …

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Academy

An unfortunately short-lived music group that had some interesting folk elements, like the charmingly named and sweet-voiced Polly Perkins, named for “Very Polly Perkins,” a normal folk music. Academy lasted lengthy enough to create a single recording, Pop Lore Based on the Academy, where the folk components had been adulterated …

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Shad Weathersby

Vocalist/songwriter Shad Weathersby was created and raised in New Orleans, LA. He started performing in his youngsters and used your guitar at 14. In senior high school, he performed in rock rings. He went to Southeastern Louisiana University, graduating using a B.A. in cultural work. After university, he and several …

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Mushroom

This Dublin group’s sole and rare album, 1973’s Early One Morning hours…., provided a fascinating indie-type spin over the United kingdom Isles folk-rock design of the first ’70s. Though intensely indebted in a few methods to the rock-up-traditional-Celtic-folk strategy pioneered by Fairport Convention and Steeleye Period, it added even more …

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Orville Dorp

Politically incorrect, foot-stomping cannabis evangelism — that’s Orville Dorp the bottom line is. A Vancouver, BC quintet (Smilin’ Jack port Smith, Tom Lavin, Glen Hendrickson, Al Jacobs, and Shelly Kantrow), this business kept a refreshingly irreverent attitude towards pop music, understanding complete well that their freshman work — the EP …

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Julia Richardson

Rock and roll singer/songwriter Julia Richardson was created in LA, CA, on Sept 28, 1987, the initial kid of journalist John H. Richardson and illustrator Katherine Potter. She spent her years as a child in LA, then relocated with her family members to Katonah, in profitable Westchester Region north of …

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The Mattoid

Ville Kiviniemi may be the Mattoid, a bald, poncho-wearing enigma from Finland who moved to Nashville to dominate the scene along with his exclusive mixture of lounge-flavored Velvet Underground rock and roll & move, Scandinavian throat singing, and signature rhythmic electric guitar technique known simply as “sango.” He produced the …

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Campfire Songs

Campfire Tracks are an offshoot of the pet Collective, while the three people comprise three-fourths of the pet Collective. Their 2003 self-titled debut was, as opposed to prior electronically willing Animal Collective produces, focused around acoustic guitars and documented mostly on the screened-in porch in rural Maryland. Comprising five lengthy …

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