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Joshua Rogers

Joshua Rogers is an amazingly skilled yet humble modern gospel musician from Greeleyville, SC. The vocalist and songwriter was raised within an Apostolic chapel, where his grandmother offered like a pastor, and sang and performed drums. Rogers auditioned for the 5th time of year of BET’s Weekend Best and finally …

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Karen Rodriguez

An alumna of American Idol and Puerto Rico’s Objectivo Fama, Karen Rodriguez is a bilingual pop singer and songwriter. Delivered in Miami and elevated in NEW YORK, she graduated through the Fiorello H. LaGuardia SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL of Music and Artwork and Performing Arts, where she participated in musical movie …

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“Little” Mike McKendrick

A Mike McKendrick by every other name may possibly have already been helpful, at least to discographers. This musical dynasty from the Chicago jazz picture, comprising multi-instrumentalist dad Gilbert McKendrick, Sr. and his five sons, took among the strangest methods to saving credits in the annals of any design of …

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Emanuel List

Through the late 1920s as well as the 1930s, an interval remembered among the golden age range of Wagnerian performing, Emanuel List (blessed Emanuel Fleissig) was counted as among the best possible of basses and customized in the villain roles in the operas of Wagner among others. He was high …

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Jacek Kaczmarski

Vocalist, songwriter, poet, and writer Jacek Kaczmarski was created in Poland in 1957. Most widely known for his politically billed protest tracks, he was regarded by many to end up being the voice from the anti-communist Solidarity motion in Poland through the ’80s. A powerful traditional guitarist with a unique …

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Bunga Citra Lestari

Long known on her behalf focus on the silver screen, actress Bunga Citra Lestari (given birth to in Indonesia in March 22, 1983) determined — at age 23 — to provide pop music a chance, and after composing and performing a song for the film Dealova, earned a cope with …

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Adrian Stern

Adrian Stern is normally a Swiss pop singer/songwriter/guitarist who writes and sings in the schwiizerdüütsch dialect usual from the Züwealthy region. Located in Baden, a city of approximately 15,000 people in the Aargau canton about 25 kilometers northwest of Züwealthy, Stern produced his independent documenting debut in 2003 using a …

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Thomas Buttenschøn

Thomas Buttenschøn is a Danish alternate singer/songwriter who made his debut in 2006 using the strike single “Fantastiske Mandag.” His musical design is diverse, which range from pop and rock and roll to jazz and blues, and he generally performs live with a complete band where he plays acoustic guitar …

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William Hanna

Computer animation great William Hanna created together with his partner Joseph Barbera a toon empire that included The Flintstones, Yogi Keep, Jonny Goal, The Jetsons, Scooby Doo, Frankenstein Jr. as well as the Impossibles, Atom Ant, The Banana Splits, among numerous others. The duo, whose relationship lasted over 50 years, …

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Archie Green

Musicologist and folklorist Archie Green was the pioneering push at the rear of what he dubbed “laborlore” — his research of the tracks, tales, and rituals that shaped the trade union motion shed enormous historical light for the creative history from the American functioning course, and his tireless lobbying attempts …

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