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LiveFastDie

Not a music group a lot being a loosely associated mob, Littleton, NH-based LiveFastDie are comprised of a liquid lineup listing up to 20 music artists — a few of whom may type of play a musical instrument when called into actions for occasional cellar displays — but most of …

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Flynet

Discovering additional experimental fields in the steel style, Flynet put together in 1997 in Manchester, NH, with Adam Fithian (vocals), Dan Saunders (guitar), Jason Luscher (bass), and Brian Miller (drums). Growing their raging noises beyond untamed marks of option metal, the group started gathering a significant group of fans from …

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The Electras

The Electras would’ve probably been relegated towards the fuzzed-out annals of ’60s garage rock history if not for the post-garage career of bassist (and future Senator) John Kerry. Developing in 1961 at Concord, New Hampshire’s special St. Paul’s College (a prep college whose alumni consist of acting professional Judd Nelson, …

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Edward Burlingame Hill

Though much less widely remembered simply because a few of his even more revolutionary contemporaries, composer and educator Edward Burlingame Hill played a not really inconsiderable function in the introduction of American music in the first about half from the twentieth century. Blessed in Cambridge, Massachusetts on Sept 9, 1872, …

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William H. Harris

William Henry Harris was better known in his life time as an organist and choirmaster than composer. Not really that he didn’t become successful in the second option effort: in the world of Anglican Chapel music, Harris had written several popular, well-crafted functions. Included in this was the motet Faire …

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Mark McAdam

When the choice rock and roll outfit Sumack disbanded in 2000, frontman Mark McAdam ventured from a solo job. He left LA for the artsy neighborhoods of NY City’s Greenwich Community and began composing music. He crafted himself a straightforward, melancholic sound encircled by acoustic guitars and lite string agreements. …

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Rudi Blesh

A supporter and propagandist for New Orleans jazz and ragtime, Rudi Blesh produced an impact around the globe of trad jazz. He went to Dartmouth College and worked like a jazz critic for the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Chronicle in the first ’40s as well as for the brand new …

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Amy Beach

Composer Amy Seaside began her music teaching early, singing over 40 music accurately at age 1, improvising harmonic lines before age group 2, and composing at 4. A kid prodigy around the piano, Amy started lessons at age group 6 and provided her first open public recitals at age group …

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Connie Converse

A mysterious and deeply interesting number, early folksinger/songwriter Connie Converse pursued her music in obscurity before vanishing completely from the facial skin of the planet earth. Converse was created Elizabeth Eaton Converse in Laconia, New Hampshire in 1924. In her twenties she slipped out of university and arrived in NEW …

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Henry W. Savage

b. 21 March 1859, Durham, New Hampshire, USA, d. 29 November 1927, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. An extremely prolific Broadway manufacturer from the convert from the 20th hundred years through to the first 20s, Savage was in charge of dozens of displays. Among we were holding the musicals Ruler Dodo (1902), …

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