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Yuko Ando

Yuko Ando is an excellent exemplory case of the post-Ayumi Hamasaki era of J-pop performers. She’s not content material to keep her profession in the hands of her managers, being truly a vocalist/songwriter and focusing on her personal addresses, booklets, and promotional video herself, and she’s also prolonged enough to …

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Frans Halsema

Frans Halsema is a Dutch vocalist using a varied history, including cabaret, pop, ballads, and music theater, whose profession began in the 1960s and continued to enough time of his loss of life in the first ’80s. Blessed Franciscus Halsema on Sept 1, 1939, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, he got his …

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Emilinha Borba

In the Rádio Nacional, Emilinha Borba became probably one of the most beloved and celebrated Brazilian singers nationwide, having been, according to an interior poll, the absolute champion in fan email for 19 consecutive years, or as the poll lasted (1946-1964). Her passing through the Brazilian radio might easily have …

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Dodô & Osmar

Adolfo Nascimento (Dodô) and Osmar Alvares Mac pcêcarry out (Osmar) are two of the very most important performers and inventors of northeast Brazilian music ever. They electrified the Pernambucan frevo (creating a fresh genre, the frevo baiano), changing the facial skin from the Carnival, 1st in Bahia, after that in …

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Claire Diterzi

Goth-tinged singer and songwriter Claire Diterzi was created Claire Touzi dit Terzi in Tours, France, in 1971, and released her 1st single album, Boucle, in 2006. Although she’d earn crucial and well-known plaudits on her behalf personal compositions and overall performance, her profession got off to a far more group-oriented …

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Aldo Don?

An attractive and emotive vocalist, Aldo Dona continues to be area of the Italian music picture because the early ’40s. When recordings had been released on 78s, that was what he produced; in the ’50s and ’60s he started releasing 45s, like the double-sided strike of “I Balli Sudamericai” and …

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Szekeres Adrien

Hungarian pop/trad vocalist Szekeres Adrien was created on Oct 6, 1973. Her function, a mélange of traditional Hungarian instrumentation in conjunction with Europop components, was a solid enough blend that her 2007 launch, Olyan, Mint Te, strike number 2 in the Hungarian graphs that same 12 months.

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Saba Anglana

Actress-turned-vocalist Saba Anglana was created in Mogadishu, the administrative centre of Somalia, during General Muhammad Siyad Barre’s oppressive regime. Because of the family’s mixed-marriage position (Saba’s dad was Italian, and her mom a Somalia-born Ethiopian), the Anglanas had been pressured to flee towards the father’s homeland when Saba was five …

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Jitterin Jinn

Shaped in 1986 in the town of Nara, Japan, and composed of guitarist Jinta Haya, vocalist and accordion player Reiko Kagawa, drummer Miyuki Irie, and bassist Matsuzo Urata, Japanese pop/rock and roll quartet Jitterin Jinn had been leading numbers in the same past due-’80s and early-’90s strap increase that also …

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Nocaute

Nocaute (“knockout” in British) play a method dubbed carioca within their native Brazil; today’s mixture of rap, samba, really difficult rock and roll, and funk. Produced in 1992 in the town of Belford Roxo, Nocaute feature rappers Eddi MC and Nino Rap, guitarist Ed Esteves, bassist César Belieny, and feminine …

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