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Gian Marco

Gian Marco is really a singer/songwriter from Peru whose saving profession spans multiple years. Though he experienced some single success using the albums A Tiempo (2002) and Resucitar (2004), both which were made by Emilio Estefan, Jr., he was many successful like a songwriter. One of the even more significant …

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Gilles Peterson

Elevated in South London by People from france/Swiss parents, radio jock, golf club DJ, and compiler Gilles Peterson was raised speaking French in the home and English everywhere else. At 18, Peterson started DJing around London, eventually spinning on the now-famous Dingwalls membership in Camden. His pieces covered the spectral …

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Clipd Beaks

Embracing the angular, semi-melodic impact of post-punk pioneers like the Homosexuals which Heat combined with the electronic floors of fellow contemporary no-wave revivalists, Clipd Beaks started producing music amid the chilly surroundings of Minneapolis, MN, in 2003. Founding people Ray Benjamin (drums) and Scott Ecklein (bass) understood one another since …

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California Guitar Trio

The California Electric guitar Trio includes three music artists who aren’t necessarily California-bred; Bert Lams is certainly from Belgium, Hideyo Moriya comes from Japan, and Paul Richards may be the just native from the U.S. The three initial crossed paths in a electric guitar seminar kept at Robert Fripp’s house …

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Caifanes

A respected light from the Latin American alternative rock and roll community, Caifanes were formed in Mexico Town in 1986 by vocalist Saul Hern√°ndez, guitarist Alejandro Marcovich, and drummer Alfonso Andre. The group released their eponymously entitled debut LP in 1988, gaining some U.S. airplay using the one “La Negra …

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Brownie McGhee

Brownie McGhee’s loss of life in 1996 was a massive loss within the blues field. Although he previously been semi-retired and experiencing stomach cancer tumor, the guitarist was still the best Piedmont-style bluesman on earth, venerated world-wide for his prolific actions both by himself and along with his longtime partner, …

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Omar Souleyman

A popular artist over the Syrian folk-pop circuit, Omar Souleyman is a marriage singer focusing on a high-octane edition of dabke, a normal design of music performed during series dances at wedding ceremonies and other festivities. A prolific musician, Souleyman and his music group have documented over 500 cassettes — …

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Buena Vista Social Club

Less a music group than an assemblage of a few of Cuba’s most renowned music forces, Buena Vista Sociable Club’s origins lay with noted American guitarist Ry Cooder, who also in 1996 traveled to Havana to search out several legendary local music artists whose performing professions had largely ended years …

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Eric Gales

Blues acoustic guitar phenom Eric Gales was created and raised in Memphis, understanding how to play in age 4 from older brothers Eugene and Manuel in imitation of the upside-down, left-handed design (a custom actually passed on using their grandfather, Dempsey Garrett, Sr., who was simply recognized to jam with …

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Damiera

Performing taut, muscular, but intricate indie rock and roll within the mold of In the Drive-In and Braid, Buffalo, NY’s Damiera will be the brainchild of guitarist and vocalist Dave Raymond and guitarist Matthew Kipp, who created the band from your ashes of the previous project, Group, which split up …

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