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The Williams Singers

Indianapolis-based family members gospel group the Williams Performers were first arranged by Rev. Charles D. Williams being a musical electric outlet for he and his youthful family. Originally known as the Christian Cavaliers, after that later transformed to the Williams Family members Performers, the early edition of the group performed …

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Number One Fan

Number One Lover was an Appleton, Wisconsin-based emo music group featuring Nicholas Ziemann (vocals, acoustic guitar), Michael Ziemann (bass), guitarist Matthew Reetz, and drummer Jonathan Fries. The music group began around 2001, when its principals had been still high-schoolers. They got the term out like any youthful music group in …

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Seal

Seal emerged from England’s home music picture in 1990 to be typically the most popular United kingdom soul vocalist of this 10 years. Although his first material still demonstrated signs of acidity house, with the middle-’90s he was known for a unique fusion of spirit, folk, pop, dance, and rock …

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Scenes from a Movie

Having a sound that falls directly good legions of post-Fall Out Boy emo/pop-punk bands (think Stress! in the Disco’s vocals over FOB’s hooks), Moments from a Film have their origins in Charleston, WV, devoted to a set of high-school close friends, vocalist/bassist Tony Bush and guitarist Jon Ewing. Both first …

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Herman Chittison

An extremely talented stride pianist whose great technique in his start sometimes dominated his design (it had been more in stability by the past due ’30s), Herman Chittison began with Zack Whyte’s Chocolates Beau Brummels (1928-1931), an excellent territory music group. He documented with Clarence Williams, and in 1934 journeyed …

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A-Trak

DJ A-Trak offers traveled all around the globe, performing in DJ competitions, night clubs, and music celebrations in countries including Australia, Japan, South Africa, and Norway, all prior to the sensitive age group of 18. He was the youngest DJ to ever earn a DJ-battling globe tournament (at 15); the …

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The Springfields

While Dusty Springfield is most beneficial remembered for the iconic pop singles she released in the ’60s and her masterful 1969 album Dusty in Memphis, she first found popularity using the trio the Springfields, whose canny mixture of light pop and folk earned them a small number of hits both …

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High Priest

After the genre-challenging, independent rap picture got underway in the later ’90s, High Priest’s avant-garde hip-hop trio Antipop Consortium further pressed that envelop, mixing glitch and IDM to their b-boy postures. Great Priest, Coffee beans, and M. Sayyid obtained a significant pursuing touring with famous brands Radiohead and DJ Darkness …

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The Vagrants

Most well-known for featuring Leslie Western on acoustic guitar in his pre-Mountain times, the Vagrants were popular in their house base of Very long Island, NY within the mid-’60s, and recorded some decent singles without approaching a national breakout. Like fellow New Yorkers the Rascals, the Vagrants prominently presented a …

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Sarah Gayle Meech

Nation honky tonk singer and songwriter Sarah Gayle Meech grew up in the tiny logging city of Longview, Washington, we were young to the vintage noises of traditional nation music. Blessed with a solid, passionate, and expressive tone of voice, she relocated to LA to pursue a profession in music, …

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