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Lynwood Lunsford

This NEW YORK banjo player was raised on a family group diet of country & western and old-time music but had not been subjected to bluegrass before Camp Springs Bluegrass Festival became established about an hour’s drive from where Lunsford was raised. The festival, operate by musician Carlton Haney, helped …

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Doug Clark

Hailing from Durham, NC, Clark & the Hot Nut products were the best Animal Home frat music group: Dark, raunchy, and steeped in R&B. Famous along the Southern East Coastline for showing up on stage in fur-covered jock straps, their live display made them best dogs on the faculty circuit …

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The Carolina Chocolate Drops

The three full-time people from the string music group referred to as the Carolina Chocolate Drops (Dom Flemons on guitar, jug, and harmonica, Rhiannon Giddens on banjo and fiddle, and Justin Robinson on banjo and fiddle — Sule Greg Wilson sometimes sits in on percussion) met in 2005 on the …

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Freddie Moore

Freddie Moore certainly had an extended career. He began playing drums when he was 12 in 1912 and was still energetic 80 years afterwards. Moore started his profession playing in journeying displays and he found much encounter in variety displays and on vaudeville. He was with Charlie Creath in 1927 …

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Horseback

Drawing impact from doom, drone, dark metal, as well as Americana, Horseback may be the post-metal task of Chapel Hill, North Carolina’s Jenks Miller. Using a audio that owes as very much to Neurosis and Globe as it will to Neil Teen, Horseback seamlessly mixes the plaintiveness of root base …

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Tim Sweeney

DJ and manufacturer Tim Sweeney spent the first many years of his lifestyle in NEW YORK, Georgia, and Maryland. He enrolled at NY School in 1999 to be able to research music technology and became a normal existence on WNYU via his Beats in Space plan. He also kept down …

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Nevada

Nevada hail from Asheville, NC, where community singer/songwriters Sean Robbins, Kevin Stanford, and Vickie Burick first convened in the summertime of 2003 to mix their shared affects of Neil Adolescent, Fleetwood Mac pc, the Byrds, and Galaxie 500. Drummer High Shoreline and bassist Hunter Kalman (later on changed by Jon …

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I Was Totally Destroying It

The Chapel Hill-based quintet I USED TO BE Totally Destroying It formed in 2007 in the ashes of Sorry About Dresden and Saddle Creek. Their music benefited from muscular guitars as well as the perspective supplied by dual songwriters (and business lead vocalists) John Booker and Rachel Hirsh. Booker and …

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John Alexander

Perhaps it is the water, whatever, the State of NEW YORK has produced a lot more than it’s share of good saxophone players. John Coltrane, Harold Vicks, Lou Donaldson and Tina Brooks are among the prominent reed males North Carolina promises as natives. John Alexander not merely was created there, …

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DrugMoney

Using a sound that draws on influences in the Pixies, R.E.M., as well as the Substitutes, to Fleetwood Macintosh, DrugMoney takes participating and familiar pop agreements and has them with a fiery strength. The Asheville, NEW YORK music group was formed being a power duo in 2001 when previous solo …

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