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Bonnie Hayes

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA pop singer Bonnie Hayes applied the brand new influx updating of ’60s girl-group pop (Blondie, the Go-Go’s, etc.) to shiny, bouncy music with a solid, self-confident view. Hayes documented two albums with her support band, the Crazy Combo (guitarist Paul Davis, bassist Hank Maninger, and drummer …

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Amy Rigby

Vocalist/songwriter Amy Rigby initial surfaced through the early 1980s while an associate of the brand new York City-based cowpunk clothing the final Roundup, later on earning cult achievement using the postmodern young lady group the Shams. The previous wife of ex-dB’s drummer Will Rigby, she produced her single debut in …

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Tracey Ullman

Before she became a famous TV comedienne, Tracy Ullman documented two albums in the first ’80s that very easily recalled the classic girl group sound from the ’60s. Ullman protected from Doris Time (“Move Over Darling”) to Blondie (“[I’m Often Handled by Your] Existence, Dear”), locating the root connections between …

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Shea Seger

Using a voice that sometimes recalls the delicate vulnerability of Olivia Newton John, the sultry swagger of Sheryl Crow, the direct irony of Ani DiFranco, as well as the willowy keen of Tori Amos, Shea Seger debuted in October 2000 using the British discharge from the May Street Task. Positive …

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Amy Macdonald

Amy Macdonald is really a Scottish singer/songwriter who, at age 20, began topping the Western graphs with her Celtic-tinged folk music. Given birth to on August 25, 1987, she analyzed interpersonal sciences while going to university or college and, like many teens, spent her times thinking of pilgrimages to music …

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Annie Golden

Vocalist Annie Golden is among the unsung heroes from the late-‘70s NY punk picture. Although her brand-new wave music group the Shirts obtained several critical accolades and also a major-label offer, they didn’t have the nationwide or historical identification of the peers such as for example Blondie, Talking Minds, or …

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10,000 Maniacs

An acclaimed, multi-platinum offering American alternative rock and roll outfit whose agreeable mixture of jangle pop and folk-rock helped to define university rock scene from the past due 1980s and early 1990s, 10,000 Maniacs (named following the low-budget horror film 2,000 Maniacs) were shaped in Jamestown, NY, in 1981 by …

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The Pogues

By demonstrating that this soul of punk could reside in traditional Irish folk music, the Pogues were probably one of the most radical rings of the middle-’80s. Led by Shane MacGowan, whose slurred, incomprehensible tone of voice frequently disguised the pure poetry of his tunes, the Pogues had been undeniably …

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Rose Polenzani

Having been known as the heir to Nick Drake’s domain along with a mix between Joan of Arc and Leonard Cohen, Rose Polenzani appears to have some fairly sizable shoes and boots to fill up. And fill up them she will, with a fascinating maturity and a feeling of poetry …

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Sara Groves

Sara Groves, a previous high-school instructor in her local Rosemont, Minnesota, burst onto the gospel picture on the dawn of the brand new millennium with her refreshing vocals and religious songwriting. She’s been set alongside the enjoys of Shawn Colvin and Affluent Mullins; nevertheless, Groves defines her very own musical …

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