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Mighty Joe Young

There was a period during the later ’70s and early ’80s when Mighty Joe Young was among the leading blues guitarists in Chicago’s budding North side blues circuit. The Louisiana indigenous got his begin not within the Windy Town, however in Milwaukee, where he grew up. He gained a popularity …

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Carlinhos Vergueiro

The composer/interpreter Carlinhos Vergueiro has already established his songs, which have become faithful to the original samba, recorded by Paulinho da Viola, Caetano Veloso, Djavan, Chico Buarque, Martinho da Vila, Toquinho, Ney Matogrosso, Mestre Marçal, Edu Lobo, João Nogueira, Luiz Melodia, Ana Flávia, Antonio Marcos, Beth Carvalho, Carol Saboya, Christina …

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Leslie Stuart

b. Thomas Augustine Barrett, 15 March 1864, Southport, Lancashire, Britain, d. 27 March 1928, Richmond, Surrey, Britain. Stuart performed piano skillfully in Manchester and was for quite some time a cathedral organist. Steadily, he became known for well-known songs and specifically for all those sung with the ‘blackface’ performer Eugene …

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Pee Wee Russell

Pee Wee Russell, although never a virtuoso, was among the giants of jazz. An extremely expressive and unstable clarinetist, Russell was generally grouped in Dixieland-type groupings throughout his profession, but his advanced and spontaneous solos (which frequently sounded as though he were considering aloud) defied classification. A specialist by enough …

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Peter Wells

Legendary slide guitarist Peter Wells caused such Australian rock outfits as Buffalo, Rose Tattoo, and Romeo Doggie in addition to releasing several single blues/country albums in his personal right. Wells began like a bass participant with Brisbane music group Head before getting a fundamental element of Sydney music group Buffalo, …

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Mariah Carey

The best-selling female performer from the 1990s and something of the very most popular artists with the 2010s, Mariah Carey rose to superstardom on the effectiveness of her stunning five-octave voice. An flexible talent who transferred easily from polished ballads to hip-hop-inspired dance-pop, she gained frequent evaluation to competitors Whitney …

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Paolo Vinaccia

Prolific drummer, composer, and percussionist Paolo Vinaccia can be an Italian musician that has lived and worked in Norway since 1979. After many years of formal music research at several Italian academic institutions and colleges, he relocated to be the Jonas Fjeld Band’s drummer. He continued to be using the …

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Dave Corbus

Electric powered guitarist Dave Corbus was created in Evanston, IL, in March 27, 1960, and was raised within the Chicago suburb of Glenview. A generally self-taught musician who performed along with information, he first noticed rock electric guitar heroes including Chuck Berry, Duane Allman, Jimi Hendrix, and Eric Clapton, alongside …

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Leroy Carr

The word “metropolitan blues” is normally put on post-World War II blues band music, but among the forefathers from the genre in its pre-electric format was pianist Leroy Carr. Teamed using the exemplary guitarist Scrapper Blackwell in Indianapolis, Carr became among the best blues superstars of his time, composing and …

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