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Death Breath

Motivated by Albert Mudrian’s book Selecting Loss of life: The Improbable History of Loss of life Steel and Grindcore, Hellacopters frontman and previous Entombed drummer Nicke Andersson shaped Loss of life Breath in 2005 being a tribute to old-school Swedish death steel. As opposed to its even more specialized American …

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SSM

SSM is really a veritable supergroup featuring associates of three essential bands in the Detroit garage area rock and roll picture — John Szymanski from the Hentchmen on keyboards, Dave Shettler from the Places on drums, and Marty Morris from the Cyril Lords on electric guitar. However, anyone planning on …

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Har Mar Superstar

To place it bluntly, Har Mar Superstar (aka Sean Tillmann) is really a balding, out-of-shape light man using a pencil-thin moustache who croons sex-laden R&B music while break dance. His concert events, sung towards the support of a little boom box, generally culminate in Har Mar stripping right down to …

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Spoiler NYC

Following the lack of a good friend, Alan Robert — co-founder and bassist of Brooklyn metal-hardcore clothing Life of Agony — started composing songs while from tour which were neither steel nor hard rock and roll, but more clearly influenced by punk functions like Social Distortion, Rancid, as well as …

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10 City Run

San Antonio, TX-based nation band 10 Town Work earned a major-label agreement with Common South if they received the 2005 Dr. Pepper Tx Country Celebrity competition. With Hans Frank, the only real constant bandmember, on vocals, banjos, and keyboards, 10 Town Operate released their debut recording, Somethin’ Else, that was …

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Sea Wolf

Similar to Iron & Wine and identical indie outfits, Sea Wolf may be the project name of the single singer/songwriter who drafts in additional musicians because the occasion warrants. That vocalist/songwriter is usually Alex Chapel, a California indigenous who appears to local writers like John Steinbeck and Jack port London …

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JJ Grey

Created and bred in Florida, JJ Gray takes on music that mixes natural rural blues with hard, swampy Southern rock and roll, generating an audio which has a loose, organic feel even though maintaining a potent advantage, and his music pull deep on his traditions in addition to his clear-eyed …

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Butch Cage

Fiddler Adam “Butch” Cage was among the last exponents from the 19th hundred years dark string band custom, and his crazy, kinetic performing represents a global that is basically lost in today’s hundred years. Given birth to on March 16, 1894, in Hamburg, MS, Cage’s first proper device was a …

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Buddy Johnson

Along with his sister Ella seductively serving for many years as his main vocalist, pianist Buddy Johnson led a big jump blues band that enjoyed tremendous success through the 1940s and ’50s. The suave bandleader spotlighted some talented performers, including balladeers Arthur Prysock, Nolan Lewis, and Floyd Ryland, nonetheless it …

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C.J. Chenier

The son lately zydeco music pioneer Clifton Chenier, C.J. Chenier (blessed Clayton Joseph Chenier) continues to be dubbed “the crown prince of zydeco.” Since inheriting command of his father’s group, the Crimson Sizzling hot Louisiana Band, Chenier provides continued to pay for tribute to his father’s audio and to broaden …

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