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Mike Pickering

Legendary Hacienda DJ Mike Pickering played an important part in the cultivation of home music in the U.K. through the past due ’80s and early ’90s. Pickering was created in Lancashire, U.K. 1958, and began his music trip some 16 years later on, when he made a decision to proceed …

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Lowe Stokes

This classic old-time fiddler is a tiny mystery man, turning up as the senior person in a band formed in 1918 by fellow fiddle genius Clayton McMichen, among the regular sidekicks of Lowe Stokes over time. At first known as the Lick the Skillet Music group, then the Aged Hometown …

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Jacky Cheung

Among Asia’s greatest and best-known pop celebrities through the 1980s, Jacky Cheung was raised in Hong Kong, inspired by Barry Manilow even though singing in a variety of bands with college close friends. In 1984, he inserted an amateur performing contest and defeat out a large number of contestants to …

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Elmer “Coo Coo” Talbert

Visceral vocalist and trumpeter Elmer “Coo Coo” Talbert is principally remembered for the recordings he made out of the George Lewis Jazz Music group through the years 1949 and 1950. Talbert was created in New Orleans, LA, on August 8, 1900. His initial regular work as a specialist musician was …

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Martha & the Vandellas

Combined with the Supremes, Martha & the Vandellas described the distaff side from the Motown sound in the ’60s. Their biggest strikes, including “High temperature Influx,” “Dance in the pub,” and “Nowhere to perform,” remain being among the most powerful and long lasting dance records from the period. The vocal …

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Ike Carpenter

The big music group of Ike Carpenter was intensely influenced with the sound and design of Duke Ellington, even recording a cover version of this band’s signature tune, “Take the ‘A’ Train,” and also other materials heavily from the Duke, such as for example his son Mercer Ellington’s nostalgic composition …

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Ivan Jullien

French trumpeter, arranger, composer, conductor, and bandleader Ivan Jullien was a prolific musician whose more than-50-year profession spanned several genres from jazz to pop, and included many ratings for film and tv. Blessed in Vincennes, France in 1934, Jullien discovered work in early stages organizing for the Barclay label in …

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Dick Clark

Nicknamed “America’s Oldest Living Teen,” Dick Clark’s even allure and eternally youthful appearance produced him among America’s best-known television personalities for many years. Still, Clark could not have attained his amazing profession durability if he hadn’t been an amazingly astute businessman; whether he was making tv shows or spotlighting music …

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Don Chacal

Don Chacal became a specialist in 1968, quickly uncovering himself as a solid percussionist, having worked regularly with excellent instrumentalists. Until 1972 he was the percussionist from the Som Três (César Camargo Mariano, Sabá, and Toninho Pinheiro), also burning Wilson Simonal in a number of national and worldwide trips. In …

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Evie Tornquist

This Norwegian singer made emphatic pop/inspirational albums in the ’70s and ’80s. She was typically the most popular female in contemporary White colored gospel prior to the introduction of Amy Give and Sandi Patti.

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