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Pessimist

Death metal music group Pessimist came together in the town of Baltimore in 1993, and featured Rob Kline (vocals), Kelly McLauchlin (acoustic guitar, vocals), Tony Pernia (bass) and Chris Pernia (drums). Carrying out a handful of demos and 1995’s Lack of Light E.P., the group authorized a cope with Shed …

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Julie Lee

Nation singer/songwriter Julie Lee was raised in Maryland and considered sculpture before learning to be a professional musician. After getting an art level at university, she transferred to Nashville, where she started writing songs aswell as pursuing visible art. Ultimately, she began executing, and she self-produced three live CDs of …

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Robbie Basho

Robbie Basho was minimal celebrated from the trio of ’60s classical guitar virtuosos who established themselves while innovators within the Takoma label (the other two were John Fahey and Leo Kottke). You can surmise why Basho discovered a natural house on Takoma. Like Fahey and Kottke, he was identified to …

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Mark Bryan

Tag Bryan rose to popularity while the guitarist of Hootie & the Blowfish; pursuing their third recording, 1998’s Musical Seats, Bryan stepped away for a single side project made up almost completely of self-penned tunes (instead of Hootie’s collaborative strategy). The producing album, 30 around the Rail, premiered in early …

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Logic

An imaginative and stylistically active rap musician who emerged through the early 2010s, Reasoning launched his profession through uploads and separate mixtapes ahead of achieving the mainstream using a Def Jam record offer. Blessed Sir Robert Bryson Hall II in Gaithersburg, Maryland, the rapper, vocalist, songwriter, and manufacturer fell a …

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Dick Katz

A versatile pianist and arranger, Dick Katz continues to be in charge of many stimulating and memorable recordings over time, often as a significant sideman and/or manufacturer. He studied on the Peabody Institute, the Manhattan College of Music, and Juilliard, furthermore to acquiring piano lessons from Teddy Wilson. In the …

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Dennis Chambers

A drummer whose propulsive design and flexibility have allowed him to try out in combos or huge groups, and use fusion and hard bop bandleaders, Dennis Chambers in addition has released two periods as a head. He’s also documented and used Bob Berg, Costs Evans (sax), Victor Bailey, Bob Belden, …

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Joel Madden

As the frontman from the pop-punk outfit Great Charlotte, singer Joel Madden steadily rose from senior high school obscurity (documented in the band’s first radio hit, “Small Points”) to superstar position, a feat that owed as very much to the recognition of his love life as his group’s string of …

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Euge Groove

Euge Groove — a pseudonym for saxophone journeyman Steve Grove — began using piano in the next grade and considered the saxophone in age nine or 10. His teacher provided him a traditional education over the device, which he continuing at the School of Miami’s College of Music, where he …

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Lungfish

Created in Baltimore, MD, in the past in 1988, Lungfish is among the longest making it through emo bands. Authorized to D.C.’s Dischord, Lungfish’s extremely intense, minimalist yet organic music continues to be called from Taoistic to stoic. Vocalist and lyricist Daniel Higgs bares his spirit with each serious album …

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