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Bob Andy

Bob Andy (given birth to Keith Anderson) is among reggae’s most influential songwriters. His past due-’60s strikes, including “Heading House,” “Unchained,” “Sense Spirit,” “My Period,” “The Ghetto Remains in your brain,” and “Experience the sensation,” and his 1992 strike, “Fire Burning up,” have grown to be reggae standards and also …

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Keith Anderson

Women swoon each and every time hunky nation heartthrob Keith Anderson requires the stage, but despite his visual appearance, Anderson’s first big nation music break was a behind-the-scenes work. Born close to the Ozark Mountains in Miami, Okay, Anderson was raised hearing the Southern-fried audio of Lynyrd Skynyrd and Molly …

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