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Thomas Helmig

Thomas Helmig is among Denmark’s biggest superstars, and his deep like of spirit (especially classic Motown), cemented with a stint in Detroit in the first ’80s, continues to be evident in his music because the beginning. Delivered in Aarhus in 1964, he performed in local rings as a teenager before …

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Susan Christie

Susan Christie was a Philadelphia-based folksinger and a one-time person in the Highlanders, that city’s best “big-band” folk ensemble of the first ’60s. She went to the Berklee University of Music in Boston, and had taken easily to the brand new requirements from the flourishing folk-rock field in the middle-’60s. …

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Jacky Cheung

Among Asia’s greatest and best-known pop celebrities through the 1980s, Jacky Cheung was raised in Hong Kong, inspired by Barry Manilow even though singing in a variety of bands with college close friends. In 1984, he inserted an amateur performing contest and defeat out a large number of contestants to …

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Orlando

Orlando was the most successful and visible music group to emerge from your extremely short romo movement from the mid-’90s. Led by songwriter/keyboardist Dickon Edwards, Orlando mixed the trendy, synthesized dance-pop of the first ’80s with Pulp’s feeling of purpose, the Manic Road Preachers’ feeling of outrage, Morrissey’s love of …

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Isley Jasper Isley

A spin-off through the Isley Brothers, bassist Marvin Isley, drummer/guitarist Ernie Isley, and their keyboardist/brother-in-law Chris Jasper worked in the Isley Brothers’ “3 + 3” music group from 1969 until 1984. They agreed upon with CBS as another entity and got substantial success using their debut LP, Broadway’s Nearer to …

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Celebration

Baltimore, Maryland’s eclectic but generally passionate group Special event features vocalist/percussionist Katrina Ford, multi-instrumentalist Sean Antanaitis, drummer David Bergander, keyboardist/percussionist Tony Drummond, and bassist/guitarist Walker Teret. Ford and Antanaitis — who may also be couple — began in Ann Arbor’s chaotic, early-’90s noise-punk music group Jaks, where Ford begun to …

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The Wilde Flowers

The Wilde Flowers hardly ever released an archive throughout their existence, but their influence exceeds that of several groups with lengthy discographies. The music group offered as the wellspring from the so-called Canterbury audio: upcoming Soft Machine associates Robert Wyatt, Kevin Ayers, and Hugh Hopper all used the Wilde Blooms …

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Frank Allen

Frank Allen may possibly not be quite while well-known while Liverpool’s two most well-known rock and roll bassists, Paul McCartney and John Gustafson, but he’s in course by himself for sheer longevity, inside a field where success is normally defined by youngsters — as an associate from the Searchers, he’s …

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Howlin’ Wilf

While working being a railroad laborer in Colchester, England, blue-eyed soul singer James Hunter would earn just a little extra nothing at night simply by transforming himself into Howlin’ Wilf. Hunter acquired grown up within a trailer in the center of an onion field. He didn’t treatment much for that …

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Young Prisms

Young Prisms shaped at small Mills University before shifting to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in the past due 2000s. The five-piece group takes on a fiercely noisy and sneakily melodic make of retro-shoegaze that also displays traces of sound pop scrappiness and neo-psych dreaminess. In early stages, the music group’s …

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