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ZZ Top

A sturdy American blues-rock trio from Tx, ZZ Top specialized in down-and-dirty blues-rock through the ’70s, then scored colorful MTV hits through the 1980s. Created in Houston in 1970 by Billy Gibbons (acoustic guitar), Dusty Hill (bass), and Frank Beard (drums), the trio originated from a set of rival rings …

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The Young Fresh Fellows

Unsung heroes from the Seattle rock community, the witty, rough-edged pop unit Youthful Fresh Fellows shaped in 1982. Originally made up of vocalist/bassist Scott McCaughey, guitarist Chuck Carroll, and drummer Tad Hutchison, the group debuted in 1984 using the Fabulous Sounds from the Pacific Northwest, an understated pop nugget offering …

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Willie and the Poor Boys

With Mick Jagger and Keith Richards bickering backwards and forwards within the press through the mid-’80s (leading many to assume that the Rocks were kaput), bassist Bill Wyman made a decision to fill his newly acquired free time by forming an all-star band, Willie and the indegent Boys. The group’s …

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Willie Mabon

The sly, insinuating vocals and chunky piano design of Willie Mabon won the guts of several an R&B fan through the early ’50s. His salty Chess waxings “I HAVE NO IDEA,” “I’m Mad,” and “Poison Ivy” set up the pianist as an authentic Chicago blues power, but he faded as …

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Wreckless Eric

Wreckless Eric gained notoriety within Stiff Information’ highly eccentric roster of punk and fresh wave artists through the past due ’70s. Along with his whiny, slurred cockney tone of voice, Eric couldn’t usually bring a tune, but that didn’t prevent him from as an pleasant, rough-hewn rock and roll & …

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Wiley

Quite possibly the main element participant in U.K. grime — though he known as his knotty, brittle design “eski” or “eskibeat” — maker and MC Wiley (created Richard Cowie) arrived up as an associate of Pay out as U Proceed Cartel, and was later on a founding person in Roll …

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Hitman Sammy Sam

Hitman Sammy Sam scored himself somewhat of the novelty strike in 2003 with “Stage Daddy,” a humorous dance-rap interpolation of “Increase Dutch Bus” about how exactly stepfathers get zero love. Banking in the song’s reputation through the entire South, especially Sammy Sam’s hometown, Atlanta, General Records agreed upon the Hitman …

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Hipster Daddy-O and the Handgrenades

Hipster Daddy-O as well as the Handgrenades began their trip to be anarchist swing experts in Tuscon in 1997. The music group members, business lead vocalist and guitarist Mike Edward, bassist Ty Lebsack, drummer Daryl Seymore, sax participant Mr. Tidy Paws, trombonist Andrew “The Boozeman” Skaggs and trumpeter Give Lange …

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XTC

XTC was among the smartest — and catchiest — Uk pop rings to emerge from the punk and new influx explosion from the past due ’70s. Through the tense, jerky riffs of the early singles towards the lushly organized, meticulous pop of the later on albums, XTC’s music is definitely …

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