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Susan Christie

Susan Christie was a Philadelphia-based folksinger and a one-time person in the Highlanders, that city’s best “big-band” folk ensemble of the first ’60s. She went to the Berklee University of Music in Boston, and had taken easily to the brand new requirements from the flourishing folk-rock field in the middle-’60s. …

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F.J. McMahon

Santa Barbara, CA, designer F.J. McMahon released a rare recording, Spirit from the Golden Juice, in the past due ’60s in the easygoing, though reserved and somewhat dark, folk-rock, early vocalist/songwriter style.

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Dave Crossland

From your coal and farm country of Akron, OH, Dave Crossland released his first nationally distributed EP, Fields of Guarantee on Appleseed Records, in 2000. Soon after its launch, he began focusing on his debut full-length recording. Both projects included his unique make of folk which presented passionate anthems about …

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Sik World

Hip-hop musician Sik Globe writes passionate and extreme raps that hook up to his huge social media group of fans through natural, introspective lyrics. Given birth to Jonathon Quiles in Tempe, Az, he was affected as very much by Eminem as Dragon Ball Z. In senior high school, he coped …

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Felix

Nottingham, Britain’s spare however evocative chamber-pop group Felix features classically qualified vocalist/cellist/pianist Lucinda Chua and guitarist Chris Summerlin. Chua can be a touring person in Stars from the Cover and a specialist professional photographer, while Summerlin also performs using the music group Lords. Chua documented many self-released CD-Rs’ worthy of …

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Matthew Halsall

A MOBO-nominated trumpeter, composer, and innovator born and located in Manchester, Britain, Matthew Halsall pulls from modal and religious jazz, inspired by Alice and John Coltrane and Kilometers Davis, among numerous others. Additionally, he’s a DJ with passions that range between traditional jazz to modern experimental digital music. His 1st …

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Mumford & Sons

Motivated by folk, rock and roll, country, and bluegrass, the London-based, platinum-selling Mumford & Sons feature singer/guitarist/drummer Marcus Mumford, vocalist and banjo/Dobro player Winston Marshall, vocalist/keyboardist Ben Lovett, and vocalist/bassist Ted Dwane. The foursome began playing jointly in 2007; though these were playing with various other bands at that time, …

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Chris Janson

Nation singer and songwriter Chris Janson was created and raised in Missouri but moved to Nashville to pursue music the summertime after finishing senior high school. A guitarist and a stellar harmonica participant, Janson 1st made his tag like a songwriter, penning Tim McGraw’s 2012 strike “Pickup truck Yeah,” and …

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The Weather Station

The Weather Place is the music project of Canadian singer/songwriter and actress Tamara Lindeman. Growing out of Toronto’s lively folk picture, Lindeman debuted her moody, introspective audio using the individually released East EP in 2008. An LP known as The Line adopted in ’09 2009, growing on Lindeman’s earthy, lyrical …

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Tommy Reeve

Vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and heartthrob Tommy Reeve is situated in Munich, Germany, but found stardom because of the English-language strike “I AM SORRY.” The shifting pop ballad became a large strike in his homeland before distributing across European countries. Ricky Lawson (Madonna, Whitney Houston) and Martin Harrington (Kylie Minogue) had …

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