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Bob Corritore

A lifelong fan from the blues, Chicago-born maker/harmonica participant Bob Corritore began collecting blues albums, taking part in harmonica, and attending blues gigs after he heard Muddy Waters on the air when he was 12. Through his participation within the Chicago blues picture, he made close friends with lots of …

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Big Sandy

Authenticity may be the essential to the music of Rockabilly Hall of Popularity people Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Young boys. Although they’ve shifted using their rockabilly root base to a audio that includes folk, bluegrass, Traditional western golf swing, Cajun, and mariachi affects, the six-piece Southern California-based music group …

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B-Legit

Rapper B-Legit (Brandt Jones) was an associate from the Click, an organization that also featured his cousins E-40, Suga-T, and D-Shot. The quartet spread three studio room albums over the ’90s and early 2000s. Video game Related, the next from the trio, positioned the Vallejo, California-based group simply outside the …

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The Fifth Estate

Best known for his or her playful rearrangement of “Ding Dong! The Witch is usually Deceased,” which became popular in 1967, the Fifth Property were a rock-band from Stamford, Connecticut that began playing garage rock and roll, later evolving right into a even more exciting sound incorporating folk-rock and baroque …

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Axwell

With five Grammy nominations along with a bright, distinctive sound, Axwell (true name Axel Hedfors) is an associate from the EDM supergroup Swedish House Mafia along with a solo DJ/manufacturer who launched his name within the gay club scene in European countries. He in addition has been an associate from …

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Bob Irwin

Not a maker in the original sense, studio room whiz Bob Irwin was rather in charge of reintroducing pop music background to contemporary viewers, remastering vintage recordings to match the exacting requirements of contemporary listeners familiar with the clearness and punch of digital technology. Typically employed in conjunction with Sony …

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Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys

Authenticity may be the essential to the music of Rockabilly Hall of Popularity people Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Kids. Although they’ve shifted using their rockabilly origins to a audio that includes folk, bluegrass, Traditional western golf swing, Cajun, and mariachi affects, the six-piece Southern California-based music group is still …

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Gary Moore

Among rock’s most underrated guitarists (both from a techie and compositional viewpoint), Gary Moore remains to be relatively unknown within the U.S., while his single work has taken him significant acclaim and industrial success generally in most other areas of the globe — specifically in Europe. Given birth to on …

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Sweet Sensation

Sweet Sensation, an organization shaped by Bronx and Manhattan natives Mari and Margie Fernandez and Betty LeBron, was mostly of the freestyle acts to cross in to the mainstream. Originally called Sweet Enticement, the group transformed their name after an objection in the Temptations’ camp and agreed upon with Following …

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Benny Spellman

The deep bass voice of New Orleans R&B vocalist Benny Spellman boomed through loud and very clear on many early-’60s Allen Toussaint productions, but he enjoyed a significant hit of his own in 1962, “Lipstick Traces (On the Cigarette).” Spellman spent time with Huey “Piano” Smith as well as the …

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