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Dennis McGee

Dennis McGee was among Cajun music’s most influential fiddlers. Although he just recorded for a short five years (1929 to 1934), McGee continued to be an motivation for Cajun music artists through his Acadienne event shows and his huge repertoire, including hundreds of older Cajun tunes. McGee’s 1st fiddle was …

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Jeff Bradshaw

A North Philadelphia-born soul-jazz and hip-hop/funk innovator and trombone virtuoso, Jeff Bradshaw spent his formative years honing his chops alongside a number of the biggest brands both in and from the Philly spirit movement. By enough time he got around to launching his single debut, 2004’s critically acclaimed Bone tissue …

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Dora Flood

Originally referred to as Belladonna, this San Franciscan quintet changed its name however, not its homage to classic British pop and psychedelic rock. In 1995, Dora Overflow released an EP on American Regular Recordings entitled 1301. The group continuing performing around SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA as well as the Pacific …

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Tortoise

Tortoise revolutionized American indie rock and roll within the mid-’90s by using straight down tried-and-true punk and rock and roll & roll affects, emphasizing instead the incorporation of a number of left-field music styles from the prior twenty years, including Krautrock, dub, avant-garde jazz, classical minimalism, ambient and space music, …

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Dolores Gray

Dolores Grey was a high, blonde, shapely celebrity/singer using a big contralto tone of voice who all starred in stage and display screen musicals within the 1940s and ’50s. She also made an appearance on radio and tv and in nightclubs, and, furthermore to her primary ensemble and soundtrack recordings, …

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Elliott Murphy

A poetic lyricism is wedded to hard-edged arrangements by Long Island-born, Paris-based singer/songwriter Elliott Murphy. Although non-e of his music have reached the very best 40, Murphy’s impact is reflected with the music of Bruce Springsteen, Lou Reed, the Velvet Underground, and Speaking Minds. Guests on Murphy’s albums possess included …

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Feathermerchants

THE BRAND NEW York City-based contemporary rock group the Feathermerchants includes songwriter/guitarist/bouzouki player Pete Veru, guitarist/bouzouki player/producer Jim Chapdelaine, drummer/percussionist John Peckman, bassist Drew Glackin, and vocalists Alison Winston and Erin O’Hara. Originally a rubbish connection salesman, Veru started playing electric guitar at 29, incorporating the melodies and musical instruments …

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Shannon Stephens

An all natural at crafting comforting, acoustic-based folk tracks, indie songwriter Shannon Stephens started her profession within the ’90s while she attended Wish University in Michigan. After obtaining her feet moist as the head of Marzuki — a folky group whose people included Matt Haseltine, Jamie Kempkers, and a Sufjan …

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Jim Gaffigan

A dry and smart standup comedian who’s hateful toward Hot Storage compartments and proud to become pale, Jim Gaffigan is a normal in the late-night chat present circuit and an in-demand professional aswell. After his initial appearance in the Late Present with David Letterman, Letterman himself asked Gaffigan to build …

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Cocteau Twins

An organization whose distinctly ethereal and gossamer audio virtually defined the enigmatic picture of the record label 4AD, Cocteau Twins were founded in Grangemouth, Scotland, in 1979. Acquiring their name from an obscure tune from fellow Scots Basic Thoughts, the Cocteaus had been originally produced by guitarist Robin Guthrie and …

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