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Sean Watkins

Sean Watkins, an associate from the progressive bluegrass music group Nickel Creek, released his debut album in 1991. Sean and his sister Sara, alongside father and kid duo Scott and Chris Thile, produced Nickel Creek in NORTH PARK in 1990. The four fulfilled in a every week pizza parlor display …

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Jason Lytle

Indie rock and roll singer/songwriter Jason Lytle produced his single album debut in ’09 2009, carrying out a decade-long saving career because the frontman of Grandaddy. While his previous group didn’t find mainstream achievement before disbanding in 2006, Grandaddy even so garnered important acclaim within the indie rock and roll …

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Essra Mohawk

Vocalist/songwriter Essra Mohawk (b. Sandra Elayne Hurvitz, Philadelphia, PA) is really a carrying out songwriter and documenting artist whose profession has a who’s who of well-known music. Furthermore to releasing many critically acclaimed single albums, she’s collaborated with Al Jarreau, Bonnie Bramlett, Al Stewart, Narada Michael Walden, and Keb’ Mo’; …

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Shiva Burlesque

A robust and graceful music group that was as well post-punk to become folk-rock and as well folk-rock to become post-punk, Shiva Burlesque began like a partnership between vocalist Jeff Clark and guitarist Give Lee Phillips. Both had previously performed collectively in Clark’s music group, the Tom Males, in north …

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Matt Sorum’s Fierce Joy

The solo project of seasoned American drummer/percussionist and Rock and roll & Move Hall of Popularity inductee Matt Sorum, who began using the Cult, overran the kit for Weapons N’ Roses in 1990 following the departure of Steven Adler, and co-founded Velvet Revolver. Matt Sorum’s Fierce Pleasure (the moniker was …

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Fly My Pretties

Led from the Dark Seed products’ Barnaby Weir, Wellington, New Zealand’s Soar My Pretties certainly are a large group, numbering just lacking 20 members, that performs throughout its native country and occasionally produces recordings of its theatrical performances. Mixing root base rock and roll, reggae, folk, and spirit, the group …

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Rick Oliver

Raised within a musical family in Essex, a town beyond London, Rick Oliver spent a lot of his childhood viewing his father enjoy guitar in a variety of cover rings. As an adolescent, Oliver began his very own group, nonetheless it eventually split up, and he worked well like a …

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Grant-Lee Phillips

After spending his formative years in Stockton, California, Grant-Lee Phillips headed to LA to review film. Selecting himself under the spell ensemble by local rings like the Rainfall Parade as well as the Wish Syndicate, Phillips shortly partnered with Stockton acquaintance Jeff Clark to create Shiva Burlesque. The music group …

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Grant Lee Buffalo

Although heralded from the critics and championed by their musical peers, the ’90s alternative/origins rock trio Give Lee Buffalo didn’t break to the mainstream, despite solid songwriting and a genuine design. The band’s innovator was vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Give Lee Phillips — created in 1963 and elevated in Stockton, CA, Phillips was …

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Gary Louris

Long before increasing to prominence mainly because leader from the insurgent nation group the Jayhawks (as well as the all-star collective Golden Smog), Gary Louris was raised in Toledo, OH, where he took piano lessons mainly because a young child. When he was 14, his mom offered him a traditional …

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