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Eric D. Johnson

A prolific singer/songwriter, film composer, maker, and multi-instrumentalist, as well as the frontman/founder of popular Midwest folk-rock clothing the Fruits Bats, Chicago local Eric D. Johnson, who also information beneath the moniker EDJ, offers proven himself to be always a versatile and unstable artist since growing in the past due …

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Prince Robinson

This Southern musician’s early start helped him get yourself a foot in the entranceway of many of the very most innovative & most popular jazz combos of your day, where he surfaced as an associate well-respected by his fellow players but largely forgotten with the hearing public. He was self-taught …

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Olivia Broadfield

Crafting thoughtful electronic pop such as Imogen Heap and Feist, English singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Olivia Broadfield composed and recorded music in her “rock and roll & move bungalow” house studio. In 2007, she agreed upon with music publisher pigFACTORY and caused manufacturer Josh Crocker to polish her music into her debut record, …

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Billy Butler

Younger brother of Jerry Butler, Billy Butler wasn’t almost as well referred to as his sibling, but recorded some okay Chicago soul in the ’60s. Documenting for OKeh under maker Carl Davis, Butler’s middle-’60s singles had been quite just like labelmates Main Lance’s and (much less certainly) Curtis Mayfield’s as …

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Derek Sarjeant

b. 7 June 1930, Chatham, Kent, Britain. Sarjeant began playing the trumpet at age 15 and obtained experience with numerous jazz rings in Kent. He created the Golden Gate Jazzmen but ultimately took up your guitar and began singing inside a skiffle group. Sarjeant, a respected figure from the folk …

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Max Tundra

Warmly beloved with a devoted few, yet undeniably an acquired taste as well esoteric for mass consumption, the music that Londoner Ben Jacobs makes beneath the name Max Tundra is dizzyingly dense, labyrinthine, and hyperactive, yet at exactly the same time absolutely effervescent, sunny, and enthusiastic about melody. As a …

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Royce Campbell

Royce Campbell’s blues-influenced, hyper-relaxed jazz-guitar performing has earned him accolades being a single performer and produced him a sought-after program musician. His initial experience emerged touring the U.S. in Marvin Gaye’s music group, before getting tapped by Henry Mancini, in whose orchestra Campbell remained for two years; Campbell’s gentle, moving …

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Ed Cuffee

b. Edward Emerson Cuffee, 7 June 1902, Norfolk, Virginia, USA, d. 3 January 1959, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Through the middle- and past due 20s Cuffee performed trombone with many bands, based in NY, among that have been Clarence Williams and McKinney’s Natural cotton Pickers. In 1936 he became a …

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Yuli Turovsky

Yuli Turovsky was among the many Russian émigré music artists who established a profession in the Western world being a conductor and soloist. Like Mstislav Rostropovich, he was educated being a cellist who steadily became drawn to performing, frequently splitting his profession evenly between your podium and instrumental functionality. He …

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Dean Martin

Experiencing great success in music, film, television, as well as the stage, Dean Martin was less an entertainer than an icon, the eternal essence of interesting. A member from the renowned Rat Pack, he resided and passed away the high lifestyle of booze, broads and shiny lights, often projecting a …

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