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Beckley-Lamm-Wilson

Gerry Beckley of America, Robert Lamm of Chicago, and Carl Wilson from the Seaside Boys crossed pathways often within the ’70s and ’80s while their 3 Los Angeles-based rock and roll rings toured and recorded. The three 1st sang collectively in 1990 on the track designed for a Lamm single …

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Christian Wallumrød

Pianist and composer Christian Wallumrød was created in 1971 in Kongsberg, Norway. He started playing piano at age 12 and by 15 he previously fallen beneath the draw of jazz, and managed to get the guts of his research while participating in the music conservatory in Trondheim. Wallumrød started playing …

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Confederate Railroad

Often referred to as a cross between Alabama and Lynyrd Skynyrd, Confederate Railroad produced their name using a party-ready hybrid of modern country and Southern rock, which also earned them comparisons to Charlie Daniels and Hank Williams, Jr. Their trashy, roughneck closet was an excellent indicator of the rowdy, tongue-in-cheek …

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Tia Carrera

Many rings improvise their music, however in the case from the Austin, TX-based Tia Carrera, it’s their whole career that appears to have happened this way — spontaneously and lacking any ounce of preparation. Not to become puzzled with the celebrity and occasional vocalist Tia Carrere, the music group was …

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Channels

Following a end of Burning up Airlines, it appeared that Washington, D.C., picture stalwart and previous Jawbox vocalist/guitarist J. Robbins experienced decided to concentrate his energies into as an engineer and maker for other performers, but even while Robbins was focusing on fresh tunes of his personal — everything that …

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Tuomas Holopainen

Known primarily because the mastermind behind Finnish symphonic steel collective Nightwish, composer, multi-instrumentalist, screenwriter, and producer Tuomas Lauri Johannes Holopainen was created in the city of Kitee about Dec 25, 1976. An ardent college student of jazz, traditional, rock, and film music, Holopainen started playing reside in 1993. He created …

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Current 93

Having a glut of industrial-pop hybrids available on the market within the 1980s and ’90s, several bands stayed true to the experimental nature of early industrial music. The Psychic Television axis only spawned many innovative performers, including Current 93’s David Tibet, who mixes Gothic chanting and haunting atmospherics with commercial …

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Tsjuder

Norwegian dark metallic band Tsjuder (named for a historical tribe of Russian barbarians) was shaped in 1993 by bassist/vocalist Nag and guitarist Berserk, with second guitarist Drauglin joining them a year later on, and helping away with their initial demo, 1995’s “Ved Ferdens Ende.” Berserk thought we would depart quickly …

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J. Frank Wilson & The Cavaliers

This US outfit was formed within the mid-50s in San Angelo, Texas, by Sid Holmes (guitar), Lewis Elliott (bass), Ray Smith (drums), Rob Zeller (saxophone) and Alton Baird (vocals). After many years of small achievement, the group teamed up with brand-new vocalist Frank Wilson (b. 11 Dec 1941, Lufkin, Tx, …

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Korn

Korn’s cathartic option metallic audio positioned the group being among the most popular and provocative to emerge through the post-grunge period from the late ’90s. The music group began their presence because the Bakersfield, California-based metallic music group LAPD, including guitarists Wayne “Munky” Shaffer and Brian “Mind” Welch, bassist Reginald …

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