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Jazmine Sullivan

Modern R&B star Jazmine Sullivan spent many years learning the ropes from the recording industry before signing to J Information and building her single recording debut in 2008 with the main R&B solitary “Want U Poor.” The Philadelphia-based vocalist/songwriter started her profession at a age group, making her nationwide tv …

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Gerry Granahan

Gerry Granahan isn’t a name that elicits instantaneous acknowledgement, in the way of more well-known modern Phil Spector. But from 1958 in to the middle-’60s, Granahan charted many strike records like a vocalist and songwriter, and in addition created a string of strike songs by famous brands the Angels and …

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Gerry Brown

b. 9 November 1951, Philadelphia, Pa, USA. After trained in a conservatory in the first 70s, Brown found European countries in 1972 playing drums for John Lee. He remained and documented with Chris Hinze, Joachim Kuhn, Toots Thielemans and Charlie Mariano. On his go back to NY in 1976 he …

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Kevin Eubanks

An adept guitarist using a bent toward modern jazz, Kevin Eubanks is most beneficial known for leading Jay Leno’s Tonight Present Band. Blessed in 1957 in Philadelphia, Pa, Eubanks was raised within a musical family members together with his old sibling, trombonist Robin, and youthful sibling, trumpeter Duane — his …

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Balboa

Hardcore music group Balboa comes from Philadelphia (what did you anticipate?), from where they are actively combating the machine in one development or another because the calendar year 2000. Their demonstration (2001) paved the best way to a self-titled debut record (2003) and towards the Manifeste Cannibale EP (2005), where …

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Hurl

Pittsburgh natives Hurl began being a trio back the summertime of 1991. Guitarist/vocalist Matt Daly was the first choice from the music group, which also included guitarist/bassist Matt Jenick (also an associate from the music group Don Caballero) along with a percussionist whose name continues to be forgotten as time …

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Martie Maguire

Nation songwriter, singer, multi-instrumentalist (fiddle, acoustic guitar, viola, bass, mandolin), and founding person in the Dixie Chicks, Martie Maguire (originally Ervin, then Seidel, carrying out a 1st marriage) was created Oct 12, 1969, in York, PA, but grew up, alongside her young sister Emily Ervin (later on Robison), also another …

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Bunnydrums

Born away from two fairly prominent rings in Philadelphia’s past due-’70s punk scene (the Boneheads as well as the Autistics), Bunnydrums would produce a name for themselves for a short while being a sci-fi/angular/psychedelic/punk group that would start for such big brands as Pere Ubu, R.E.M., and Gang of Four. …

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Armalite

In 2003, Atom Goren retired his guitar-and-synthesizer one-man punk band, Atom and His Bundle, after eight many years of recording and touring, partly in deference to the actual fact that he and his wife were quickly to be parents. Nevertheless, while Goren used a new profession like a schoolteacher, his …

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Bruce Haack

Bruce Haack, given birth to on, may 4, 1931, was perhaps one of the most musically and lyrically inventive children’s songwriters from the ’60s and ’70s. Despite — or simply due to — his designed viewers, his music was unusually expressive, merging homemade analog synths; traditional, nation, pop, and rock …

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