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Hunx

Delivered Seth Bogart, Bay area musician Hunx got his begin being a back-up in the first 2000’s queer-themed electropunk music group Gravy Train. Following band’s dissolution, Bogart constructed a staff of close friends and music artists and created Hunx and His Punx in 2008. As an openly homosexual and outrageously …

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Keane

Keane’s piano-driven pop/rock and roll is established by vocalist Tom Chaplin, drummer Richard Hughes, and pianist Tim Rice-Oxley, 3 childhood close friends from the tiny town of Fight in East Sussex, Britain. Created in 1997, the group began being a college-aged cover music group. Guitarist Dominic Scott was also component …

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Little Eva

Small Eva Narcissus Boyd was a babysitter for Carole Ruler and Gerry Goffin when the songwriting group was inspired to create “The Loco-Motion,” a music predicated on a dance that Eva would do throughout the house. Eva also surely got to sing on the demonstration, which impressed Don Kirshner plenty …

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Little Richard

Among the primary rock and roll & move greats, Small Richard merged the fireplace of gospel with New Orleans R&B, pounding the piano and wailing with gleeful drop. While numerous various other R&B greats of the first ’50s have been relocating a similar path, none of these matched up the …

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Ween

Ween were the best cosmic goof of the choice rock period, a prodigiously talented and deliriously odd duo whose function traveled much beyond the constraints of parody and novelty in to the heart of surrealist ecstasy. Despite a mastery of apparently every mutation from the musical range, the group refused …

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Weird Al Yankovic

The foremost music parodist from the MTV era, “Weird Al” Yankovic carried the torch of music laughter more proudly and more successfully than any performer since Allan Sherman. In the wonderful world of novelty information — a genre mentioned for its intensive back again catalog of flashes-in-the-pan and one-hit miracles …

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Dee Dee Sharp

Dee Dee Clear hit the largest with her 1st record for the Cameo/Parkway label, a blessing that pigeonholed the Philly songstress like a teenybopper forever to become identified with her number 1 smash from 1962, “Mashed Potatoes Period.” Surviving in Philadelphia, the house of Dick Clark’s American Bandstand helped her …

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Dean Ween

Mickey Melchiondo adopted the name Dean Ween when he was an adolescent in New Wish, Pa. He and friend Aaron Freeman — who known as himself Gene Ween — produced Ween if they had been just 14 years of age, hardly ever imagining that they’d end up being saddled with …

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Jane Krakowski

Before Jane Krakowski became a Television star via Ally McBeal and 30 Rock and roll — and before she launched a profession as a saving artist, for example — she was a veteran from the stage, beginning a profession that she maintained even while her small-screen career thrived. The girl …

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Futurebound

Futurebound, aka Brendan Collins, was created and bred in Liverpool and got his initial flavor of dance music after going to illegal raves by the end from the ’80s when the U.K. acidity house picture was completely effect. Enamored with the picture, he used DJing, and guaranteed his 1st residency …

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