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Brian & Jenn Johnson

Wedded couple Brian and Jenn Johnson were the founders of Bethel Music, a Religious worship group that went from humble beginnings in 2001 to the very best tier from the world’s spiritual music brands. An offshoot from the charismatic Bethel Chapel in Redding, California, where in fact the Johnsons led …

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Gisselle

New York-born singer and celebrity Gisselle grew up within the bosom of the Puerto Rican family. At age 15, the enthusiastic teen started dancing, getting the opportunity to sign up for Latin teen feeling Menudo for a couple performances in the arts middle Luis A. Ferre in San Juan. Gisselle’s …

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Gino Soccio

A solo artist, program musician and manufacturer (referred to as Kebekelektrik), Gino Soccio released his first album, Outline, in 1979. It highlighted the main disco smash, “Dancer.” He in addition has released S-Beat (1980), Nearer (1981), In person (1982) please remember (1984).

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DJ Jazzy Jeff

The accomplishments of DJ Jazzy Jeff, the Philadelphia-born Jeff Townes, predate and extend far beyond his multi-platinum, Grammy-winning relationship with Can Smith. Revered for his party-rocking abilities, which he begun to develop as a young child in his parents’ cellar, and known as a pioneer for his advancement of the …

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Ginger Rogers

In step with Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers was half of the very most famous dancing team in film history; she was also an effective dramatic actress, actually earning a Best Celebrity Oscar. Given birth to Virginia McMath on July 16, 1911, in Self-reliance, MO, she relocated to Hollywood while still …

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Kari Jobe

Dallas-based worldwide worship leader and CCM songwriter Kari Jobe ministered all over the world for more than ten years with different worship groups before settling straight down because the worship pastor at Southlake, Tx’ Gateway Church in 2006. Jobe released her debut, a couple of inspirational tracks co-written with Chris …

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Ghost Town DJ’s

Ghost City DJ’s featured Darryl “Demp” Andrews, Rodney “Kool Kollie” Terry, and Vickie “Boo” Washington. They made an appearance on So So Def Bass All-Stars, a compilation released in June 1996 which was come up with by Jermaine Dupri’s Columbia-affiliated label. “My Boo,” the group’s Miami bass-inspired contribution — a …

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Cannonball Adderley

Among the great alto saxophonists, Cannonball Adderley had an exuberant and happy audio that communicated immediately to listeners. His smart display of his music (frequently detailing what he and his music artists were likely to play) helped make him perhaps one of the most well-known of most jazzmen. Adderley currently …

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Calvin Owens

An inventive and creative trumpeter, bandleader, and composer/arranger, Calvin Owens spent a long time as musical movie director with B.B. King’s different touring rings. But from the past due ’90s, he led his personal bands and documented under his personal name. Created on Apr 23, 1929, Owens was raised in …

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Calvin Boze

Remembered to be a mature – and the institution group leader – by Charles Dark brown at Prairie View College in Texas, trumpeter Boze (or Boaz, as his name shows up earlier) first found the open public’s attention in recordings using the western coast rings of Russell Jacquet (Globe) and …

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