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Vital Tech Tones

Guitarist Scott Henderson moved from his local South Florida to LA in 1980, and formed the group Tribal Technology in the mid-’80s with bassist Gary Willis. Their jazz fusion result grew progressively harder-edged, especially using the improvements of keyboardist Scott Kinsey and drummer Kirk Covington in the first ’90s, but …

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Shelia Jones

Spending the majority of her life from the music industry, Mississippi indigenous Shelia Jones found that she experienced breasts cancer in January of 2000. Embracing religion, she worked well through the procedure and chemotherapy and started to question where her existence could proceed from that time. Within the malignancy clinic, …

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Jaymes Foster-Levy

Maker Jaymes Foster-Levy may be the sister of composer/maker David Foster. Along with operating as an professional maker on albums such as for example Foster’s The Xmas Recording, she also made an appearance like a judge within the performing competition displays Popstars and Popstars 2. She produced headlines in 2008 …

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Ariel Rivera

Filipino vocalist/professional Ariel Rivera is a separate, warm-voiced performer known for his melodic, adult contemporary-style pop. Delivered José Ariel Jiménez Rivera in 1966 in Manila, Rivera immigrated to Canada, where he proved helpful as an architect until 1989, when he was was uncovered as a vocalist during a go to …

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Blaze

After his rude 1999 dismissal from rock legends Iron Maiden following two thankless tours of duty, singer Blaze Bayley (previously of encouraging Tamsworth, England steel maniacs Wolfsbane) released a fresh band bearing his name in the entire year 2000. Contacting upon guitarists Steve Wray and John Slater, bassist Rob Naylor, …

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Chosen Few

Perhaps one of the most enduring (and enduringly popular) reggae sets of the 1970s, the Particular Few not merely had an enviable string of strikes across the 10 years but also toured america, Canada, and Britain; spawned one unabashed superstar offshoot profession for co-founder Scotty; and released the international profession …

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Wisin & Yandel

Though Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel (given birth to Juan Morera and Lladel Vegilla) were around for quite a while (their debut album, Reyes del Nuevo Milenio, premiered in 2000) and gained fans and recognition with records like 2004’s De Otra Manera and 2005’s Mi Vida: La Pelicula, …

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Steve Losey

Steven Douglas Losey continues to be an AMG contributing writer since 2001. He’s connected to the Detroit and nationwide rock and roll music scenes like a performer, journalist, and regional on-air character. In 2007, Losey produced article contributions to numerous music-centric publications including GUITARIST, Modern Drummer, Strike Parader, and Rocket. …

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Le Mans

Like many bands assembled to order by Shrapnel Records owner Mike Varney in the 1980s, Le Mans were built around a set of talented young guitar shredders in Chicago native Derek Frigo and Bay Area son Josh Ramos. But Le Mans — which also included vocalist Peter Marrino, bassist Richard …

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The Cheap Suit Serenaders

Comics and 78 rpm information were the twin poles about that your Cheap Match Serenaders coalesced. Robert Crumb was (and it is) probably one of the most popular underground cartoonists ever, having nearly developed the genre. Robert Armstrong was also mixed up in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay region underground …

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