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K.S. Rhoads

Vocalist, poet, and multi-instrumentalist K.S. Rhoads was raised in Michigan but relocated to Nashville in 2000, where he processed his autumnal and pensive pop/rock and roll audio. His debut recording, Dead Language, mainly documented in Rhoads’ East Nashville living space and made by Rhoads, Lij, and Robin Eaton, premiered on …

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Bully

Playing upbeat but noisy indie rock and roll with pop hooks and greater than a moderate grunge impact, Bully is certainly a music group from Nashville, Tennessee founded by vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist Alicia Bognanno. Originally from Rosemount, Minnesota, Bognanno didn’t present a great curiosity about music when she was …

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Chikita Violenta

Mexican indie rock-band Chikita Violenta shaped when the group met in senior high school in 2000. Luis Arce, Andrés Velasco, Esteban Suarez, and Armando David created their self-titled debut independently in 2003, and recruited maker Dave Newfeld (Damaged Social Picture, Super Furry Pets, Los Campesinos!) for his or her second …

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Anna F.

Anna F. (Anna Wappel) was created in Friedberg Austria on Dec 18, 1985. The pop/rock and roll vocalist and celebrity issued her 1st two singles, “Period Stands Still” and “Primarily,” in ’09 2009. The next 12 months her full-length Compact disc For Actual was issued around the Murders Music label …

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Bobby Lance

Bobby Lance was a noted songwriter and blue-eyed spirit man who enjoyed an effective career being a tunesmith and arranger, while being successful a cult subsequent for his saving career without building a lot of a dent over the product sales graphs. Blessed in Brooklyn, NY, Bobby dropped his parents …

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Arrah & the Ferns

Muncie, IN-based trio Arrah & the Ferns can be an indie folk-pop music group whose songs include a unique mix of Wurlitzer body organ, “banjolin” (fifty percent violin, fifty percent mandolin), and sensitive vocals. The spontaneous formation from the music group occurred when Arrah Fisher and Carl Stovner enrolled in …

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The Beyman Bros

They aren’t siblings in the original sense of the term. Nor were the trio delivered using the name Beyman. Therefore, of course, it could stand to cause that Christopher “Doc” Visitor (mandolin, mandocello, clarinet, guitars, lap metal electric guitar), David “Nudgie” Nichtern (acoustic, electrical, and glide guitars), and Jeffrey “C.J.” …

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Waves on Waves

Founded by Kevin Thornton (vocals, guitar, piano, synthesizer), Enoch Porch (drums, vocals, synthesizer, guitar, piano), and Luke Aaron Jones (bass, vocals, piano), Waves on Waves began in Indiana beneath the name Thornton prior to the group relocated to Nashville. Following the group’s 2004 discharge, Acquired a Sword, gained the interest …

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Daniel Romano

An insightful and subtly witty singer and songwriter whose music reflects Nashville’s countrypolitan period while his lyrics follow a deeper and even more insightful route, Daniel Romano was created in Welland, a town in southern Ontario, Canada, in 1985. Romano’s parents had been folk music artists while his grandparents had …

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Curtiss Maldoon

Made up of guitarists and singer/songwriters Dave Curtiss and Clive Maldoon, the duo, Curtiss Maldoon, produced several ordinary, low-key rock and roll albums in the first ’70s and so are now most appreciated because of their associations with a lot more well-known musicians. Curtiss (on bass) and Maldoon had been …

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