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J. Reuben Silverbird

Indigenous American music continues to be balanced with a love of theater for multi-instrumentalist and vocalist J. Reuben Silverbird. While his albums — The Globe in Our Eye, Shaman 2, and Religious Wise Guy — established him as a significant musical spokesman for the Nedni Apache, Cherokee, and Navajo tribes, …

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Jim Cole

With album game titles such as for example Coalescence: Harmonic Singing inside a Water Tower and Godspace, and a performing ensemble named Spectral Voices, it is possible to see the west coast vocalist and composer Jim Cole isn’t involved with cruising-for-burgers type music. His kingdom is situated somewhere between modern …

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Six Drumsets

6 Drumsets is a collective come up with by past Blue Guy Group member Steve Wilkes. The group all fits in place to execute music that just uses percussive devices and strives to problem the usual belief of what percussionists can handle. Their Simmer recording was documented with many drummers …

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Hervé Lamy

This tenor made his debut at age ten using the Petits Chanteurs de Sainte-Croix de Neuilly (the tiny Singers of St. Croix of Neuilly). Lamy after that continued to sing using the Choeur Grégorien de Paris, the Chapelle Royale in 1982, and the Outfit Vocal Européen aimed by Philippe Herreweghe. …

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David Alexander McDonald

Given birth to Steven Edward McDonald in the British Midlands in 1956, McDonald started formal musical teaching while an orchestral percussionist in age ten, getting an avid enthusiast of classical music after viewing 2001: AN AREA Odyssey in 1968. A family group proceed to Mandeville, Jamaica, in 1969 opened up …

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Epiphany Project

Epiphany Project may be the duo of pianist/composer John Hodian and singer/lyricist Wager Williams. Hodian was created and elevated in Philadelphia, where he started playing piano at 11. He received a master’s level in music structure from your Philadelphia College from the Performing Arts and in addition examined privately with …

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Ami Rushes

When she isn’t growing the gospel to various LA churches, vocalist Ami Rushes is writing the term in song. She’s made an appearance on BET’s Bobby Jones Gospel and it is a regular on the annual Gospel Music Workshop of America convention. Her debut record, Covering, found its way to …

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Clara Smith

Finding a vague credit as “appear advisor” on a fresh age group album released in 1990, this Clara Smith shouldn’t be confused using the classic blues singer from the same name who passed away in 1935.

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Patrick Lee Hadley

Patrick Lee Hadley was created in Marietta, Ohio, in 1956. He grew up within a music-saturated environment, getting heavily inspired by artists just like the Beatles as he discovered more about your guitar. He ultimately used this understanding to group with producer Cover Weinberger Jr. to focus on EgyptiCat, his …

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Frank Cotolo

Frank Cotolo was created in Brooklyn, N.Con. in 1950 and continues to be associated with music as well as the industry, in a single method or another, for most of his adult lifestyle. He started composing music from your day that he discovered how exactly to play his initial instrument, …

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