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Lagbaja

b. Bisade Ologunde, Lagos, Nigeria. Right now located in Manhattan, NY, USA, Nigerian vocalist Ologunde used the name Lagbaja (indicating ‘private’ or ‘faceless one’ in Yoruba) as he embarked on his profession in the first 90s. His name was shown in his selection of stage dress – a slitted textile …

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Barefoot

A colorful group that utilizes four-to-six percussionists, dancers and a number of solo instruments, Barefoot was founded in 1988 by percussionist Clay Henry (who within the 1960’s have been a jazz bassist in NY) and violinist Steve Kindler (previously having a later on version from the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Jan Hammer …

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Clive Palmer

A founding person in the Incredible String Music group, Clive Palmer has continued to explore the folk customs of Scotland being a soloist and along with his rings, the Famous Jug Music group and Clive’s Primary Music group. In 1999, Palmer reunited with fellow Amazing String Band creator Robin Williamson …

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Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares

The Mysterious Voices of Bulgaria participate in The Country wide Radio And Tv Chorus, the premier women’s choir popularized worldwide with the efforts of ethnomusicologist Marcel Cellier. His recordings, released on various transfer labels before showing up on Nonesuch, produced a large splash in traditional western Europe and the united …

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Jade Bridge

The instrumental tradition of China is resurrected by New York-based quartet, Jade Bridge. Created within the city’s Chinatown, the band’s audio is the item of four extremely talented Chinese-American soloists. Furthermore to National History Fellowship receiver, Tang Liangxian, on papa (Chinese language lute), Jade Bridge features Sisi Chen on yangqin …

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Leahy

Previously referred to as the Leahy Family, this Celtic pop group from Lakefield, Ontario, features nine Leahy siblings — from oldest to youngest: singer/songwriter Julie, bassist Siobheann, fiddler Donnell, guitarist Maria, drummer Frank, pianist Agnes, fiddler Doug, pianist Erin, and fiddler Angus. The siblings, with their parents (Frank and Julie) …

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Jacinta

Jacinta Brondgeest was created in Oregon, but at six weeks her family members relocated to Sydney, Australia. After years to be in rings, in 1997 Jacinta made a decision to consider the single artist path (using a single name), composing and executing her very own dance music around Australia. Ultimately, …

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Le Vent du Nord

Located in Quebec, Le Vent du Nord (The Blowing wind from the North) certainly are a four-member group focusing on the original French-Canadian folk that locals make reference to as Quebecois music (or la musique québécoise in French). The accordion, the violin, the mandolin, as well as the hurdy-gurdy (a …

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Corou de Berra

Beneath the direction of vocalist Michel Bianco, Corou de Berra is constantly on the keep the authentic polyphonic sounds from the southernmost Alps. Performing in a number of dialects — Nicois, Piemontais, Italian, Provincial, Gavot, and French — the group offers a tone of voice for the countless distinct ethnicities …

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Jacques Dutronc

Vocalist/songwriter Jacques Dutronc gained reputation in his local France along with his provocative tracks that matched the rebellious nature from the ’60s thus good. Though he was absent through the musical scene for pretty much a decade, going after a film profession, he successfully came back to music in the …

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