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Merceditas Valdés

b. 14 Oct 1928, Havana, Cuba, d. June 1996, Cuba. At age 12 Valdés sang inside a competition and received an award. In a short time she was heard frequently on radio and in live shows, sometimes in chapel. She frequently performed yoruba and drawn favourable attention because of this …

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Meat Puppets

Out out of all the rings that produced SST Information a towering force within the American underground through the mid-’80s, Meat Puppets lasted the longest, surviving where other rings fell apart. Meats Puppets never really had the devoted pursuing of Hüsker Dü or the Minutemen — two fellow SST rings …

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Hollywood Undead

Hollywood Undead hail (unsurprisingly) in the roads of Hollywood, California, blending brash hip-hop, rock and roll, and small metalcore details with cocky posturing and thug behaviour. Owing a lot of their reputation and contact with the social media monster MySpace, the group — whose associates usually use masks on-stage — …

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Vaughn Horton

b. 6 June 1911, Large Top Mountain, Pa, USA, d. 1 March 1988. Although he sang and performed steel guitar, acoustic guitar and mandolin, Horton is definitely remembered like a songwriter. He performed in college rings along with dance rings before his talented metal acoustic guitar playing led him to …

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Richard & Linda Thompson

This husband-and-wife folk/rock duo began performing together officially in 1972 although their association dated from the prior year. When Richard Thompson (b. 3 Apr 1949, Notting Hill Gate, London, Britain; guitar/vocals) remaining Fairport Convention, he pursued a generally low-key route, performing in folk night clubs and on different sessions, including …

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Walter Brown

Blues vocalist Walter Dark brown fronted the roaring Jay McShann Orchestra (including teen alto saxist Charlie Parker) in 1941, once the roaring Kansas Town aggregation trim their common “Confessin’ The Blues” and “Hootie Blues” for Decca. The Dallas indigenous continued to be with McShann from 1941 to ’45 prior to …

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Horst Jankowski

Horst Jankowski was a seemingly inexhaustible author of easy hearing instrumental and space age group pop who began like a classical pianist. Evaluations are often mentioned between Jankowski and campy space age group pop arranger and composer Juan Garcia Esquival, easy hearing arranger and composer Bert Kaempfert, and easy hearing …

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Arcade Fire

A combined mix of indie rock and roll muscle tissue and theatrical, unapologetic bombast turned Arcade Open fire into indie royalty in the first 2000s. Originally made up of Régine Chassagne, Richard Parry, Tim Kingsbury, and brothers William and Get Butler, the group shaped during the summer season of 2003, …

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Faraquet

After Devin Ocampo (vocals/ guitar) and Chad Molter (drums) transferred to Washington DC, Jeff Boswell (bass/ Moog) was recruited to finish the Faraquet line-up in 1998. Inspired with the DC audio due to the seminal prefers of Fugazi, Jawbox and the country of Ulysses, the music group released their debut …

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Gene Rondo

b. Winston Lara, Might 1943, d. June 1994, Kingston, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Rondo was mixed up in music business in the past due 50s. He inserted the Vere Johns Opportunity Hour where he discovered success along with his partner Satch. By 1960 he documented ‘Like My Small Queenie’ and …

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