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A Taste of Honey

Known for just two huge and incredibly dissimilar pop strikes, disco-soul group A Flavor of Honey started in 1971, following Janice Marie Johnson (vocals, bass, electric guitar) and Perry Kibble (keyboards) met at an audition for vacation luxury cruise gigs. Called after among their favorite music, the music group added …

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Santana may be the main exponent of Latin-tinged rock and roll, particularly because of the mix of Latin percussion (congas, timbales, etc.) with bandleader Carlos Santana’s unique, high-pitched lead acoustic guitar playing. The group was the last main take action to emerge from the psychedelic SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA music …

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The Blue Dogs

Not to end up being confused with the avant-garde jazz combo Blue Pet or the choice rock clothing Blue Pet Pict, the Blue Canines are an earthy, down-home origins rock/country-rock/Southern rock-band from SC. The twangy, extremely Southern-sounding Blue Canines were shaped in Charleston, SC, in 1987 by lead vocalist/guitarist Bobby …

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