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No More Kings

FORGET ABOUT Kings is actually the creation of singer/songwriter Pete Mitchell. A indigenous of Providence, RI, Mitchell transferred around a whole lot as a kid because of his Air Drive dad. In middle college he fulfilled and became friends with guitarist Neil Robins, and even though they performed shows jointly …

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Butterfly Boucher

Born in to the middle of the seven-daughter family members with creative and free-spirited parents, Butterfly Boucher received her first name thanks to some divine involvement her mom was experiencing. An image on an primary school wall structure, a print on the dance teacher’s leotard, along with a 45 rpm …

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Colbie Caillat

By age group 21, vocalist Colbie Caillat had evolved quickly from an aspiring R&B/folk singer to some pop feeling, a feat that owed just as much to the advertising assistance of MySpace because the meteoric recognition of her debut single, “Bubbly.” Caillat’s years as a child was spent in Malibu …

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Porter Block

An XTC-inspired power pop duo that sounded something similar to a cross between Fountains of Wayne and Ben Folds Five, Porter Stop shaped in 2005 being a cooperation between Peter Stop and Caleb Sherman. THE BRAND NEW York natives had been both experienced music artists by enough time they began …

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Tyler James

Sort of a far more rakish, British version of adolescent American pop performers want Jason Mraz, Justin Timberlake, and Gavin DeGraw, East London roustabout Tyler Wayne made a name for himself since debuting using the buoyant, R&B-flavored solitary “Why Do I REALLY DO?” in 2004. His trip actually were only …

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Daphne Willis

Daphne Willis is really a Chicago-based vocalist/songwriter using a soulful vocal design and tracks that walk an excellent line between modern folk and basic R&B. Willis was created and elevated in Palatine, Illinois, and was raised around music; her parents, Colin Willis and Hazel Thornton, had been both area of …

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Jeremy Lister

Because the son of the preacher, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Jeremy Lister spent his formative years immersed in music, finding aside notes and chord changes while writing tunes along with his piano-playing older brother, Richie. After relocating to Nashville in 2003, Lister started discovering different musical designs, eventually documenting an EP known …

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Nizlopi

Alternate folk duo Nizlopi are among the noughties’ greatest one-hit wonders, having increased from obscurity to score a wide array one single, by using a viral cartoon, just to never chart again. Luke Concannon (vocals/acoustic guitar/bodhran) and John Parker (dual bass/human being beatbox) began composing and performing collectively at age …

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Raul Midón

Raul Midón is really a contemporary vocalist/songwriter whose impassioned classical guitar performing — a variety of rock and roll, classical, and flamenco — offers gotten him as much interest as his even, relaxed tone of voice. Blind since delivery, Midón was created in Embudo, New Mexico, for an Argentine dad …

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James Blunt

A former British Military officer, singer/songwriter Wayne Blunt is really a thoughtful performer having a knack for crafting melodic contemporary soft rock and roll tunes. Given birth to in Tidworth, Wiltshire, Britain in 1974 to a family group with an extended military background, Blunt joined the Military after graduating from …

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