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Germans

Originally formed being a two-piece bass-and-vocals band in 1999 simply by friends Steve Kado and Aidan Koper, the band Germans didn’t in fact come together to their even more permanent lineup (Kado had still left soon after their inception) until a couple of years into the fresh millennium. Leon Taheny, …

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The Leftovers

Delivering hot-wired pop-punk with clear melodic hooks and enough energy to force a fleet of 18-wheelers, the Leftovers hail from Portland, ME, and contain Kurt Baker on bass and lead vocals, Andrew Grain on guitar and support vocals, and Adam Woronoff on drums. Created in 2002, the Leftovers produced their …

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Jazz at Preservation Hall

Preservation Hall is definitely New Orleans’ leading house for traditional Dixieland jazz, maintaining its high-caliber house music group and gaining numerous special occasions. In July 1962, Atlantic Information co-founder Nesuhi Ertegun — a longtime lover of classic-style jazz — journeyed to New Orleans for a particular week of concerts documenting …

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Caitlin Canty

Caitlin Canty is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter using a skill for distilling blues, folk, nation, and rock and roll into her own personal make of dusky Americana. Delivered and elevated in Vermont, Canty started writing and executing in her past due teenagers. After graduating from university in Williamstown, Massachusetts, she shifted …

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Carlos Paião

Carlos Paião was among Portugal’s favourite songwriters/performers from the 1980’s. Even though the artist didn’t live to find out what might have been his excellent years, he penned much better than five hundred tracks during his existence as an designer, a lot of which became nationwide strikes. Carlos Manuel de …

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Nik & Jay

Hip-hop duo Nik & Jay from Værløse are Denmark’s major rap music proponents. Though latecomers towards the Western european hip-hop desk, Denmark’s rap picture boasted huge viewers by the entire year 2002, when Nik & Jay arrived using their self-titled debut record. The sharply outfitted bad boys recommended old-school themes …

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Bernd Stelter

Best known like a panelist for the long-running humor/commentary display 7 Tage, 7 Köpfe (seven days, 7 Mind), comedian and acting professional Bernd Stelter has already established a string of successful standup albums in his local Germany, combined with the occasional novelty strike. After Stelter spent years operating the humor …

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Shake Some Action!

Named for the classic album with the Flamin’ Groovies, Tremble Some Action! is certainly a music group from Seattle, WA, steeped in the affects of common pop in the ’60s through the ’90s. Tremble Some Actions! was produced by vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter Adam Hall, an Australian émigré who gained …

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The Boxcars

The Boxcars certainly are a bluegrass outfit whose collective pedigree includes former associates of Lonesome River Music group, Union Place, Blue Moon Rising, and J.D. Crowe, amongst others. Produced in past due 2009 by mandolinist Adam Steffey, guitarist Keith Garrett, banjoist Ron Stewart, bassist Harold Nixon, and fiddler John Bowman, …

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Tim Halperin

Raised on a reliable diet from the Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, and Billy Joel, singer/songwriter/pianist Tim Halperin acquired already released a debut EP before getting into the general public spotlight being a contestant over the 2010 time of year of American Idol. Halperin hardly ever made it to the Top …

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