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Capercaillie

The musical traditions of Scotland are fused using the powerful drive and digital instrumentation of contemporary music by Capercaillie (pronounced: Kap-ir-kay-lee). While their preliminary repertoire centered on traditional music gathered from Christine Primrose, Flora MacNeill, and Na h’Oganaich, the group offers increasingly incorporated contemporary influences. In overview of their 1999 …

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Grandaddy

The solar-powered space pop combo Grandaddy were formed in 1992 in Modesto, California, by singer/guitarist/keyboardist Jason Lytle, bassist Kevin Garcia, and drummer Aaron Burtch. Although a loud, lo-fi strategy characterized early recordings like 1994’s Organic Party ARRIVE Ideas, the addition of guitarist Jim Fairchild and keyboardist Tim Dryden in 1995 …

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The Embassy

Swedish synth pop duo the Embassy shaped in Gothenburg in the first 2000s throughout the abilities of guitarist/vocalist Fredrik and keyboardist/programmer Torbjörn. The group’s personal mixture of breezy digital pop and New Order-inspired dance-rock initial made an appearance in 2002 on its debut record, Futile Crimes, accompanied by some singles …

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Pyramaze

Pyramaze is really a Danish progressive/symphonic power steel device that invokes brands want Helloween, Iced Globe, HammerFall, and Kamelot. Founded in 2001 by guitarist Michael Kammeyer, the music group eventually grew right into a quintet using the improvements of drummer Morten Gade Sørensen (Wuthering Heights, Anubis Gate), bassist Niels Kvist, …

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Barry Gibb

One third from the trio of brothers who composed the chart-topping group the Bee Gees, Barry Gibb flourished both as an associate of the music group so when a single songwriter and performer. His moving mane and otherworldly falsetto vocals had been his phone cards, but his build being a …

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Camarón de la Isla

Using the death from lung cancer of Camarón de la Isla (created José Monge Cruz) on July 2, 1992, flamenco lost among its greatest vocalists. The boy of the basket-maker, de la Isla revolutionalized the flamenco custom along with his contemporary-minded strategy. His debut 1969 recording, Con la Colaboracion Especial …

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DJ Jean

The winner from the 1989 Dutch ‘Combine and Damage’ championships, DJ Jean (real name: Jan Engelaar, born Might 7, 1968 in Veenendaal) first started plying his trade — that of home music DJ — in 1991. By 1997, he previously two strike singles, “I’M GOING TO BE THERE,” and “Allow …

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J.J. Hairston

Gospel singer Wayne “J.J.” Hairston may be the head, key songwriter, and movie director of the Vibrant Compliment choir, known because of its exuberant, urban-tinged gospel and compliment & worship tracks. Shaped in 2001 away from Turner’s Beliefs Temple in Bridgeport, Connecticut, the choir was originally referred to as Teenagers …

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H-Blockx

Created in Münster, Germany in 1991, H-Blockx was a punk-tinged alternative steel band named following Irish slang for high-security prison cells. The band’s preliminary lineup featured vocalist/rapper Henning “MC-H” Wehland, guitarist Tim Tenambergen, bassist Stefan “Gudze” Hinz, and drummer Johann-Christoph “Mason” Maass; vocalist/rapper David Gappa was added in 1992. The …

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I Love Math

Featuring members from the Deathray Davies, the Old 97’s, Apples in Stereo system, as well as the Paper Run after, the Texas-based supergroup I REALLY LIKE Mathematics take their cues from country-rock, force pop, as well as the harmonies from the Everly Brothers. Users John Dufilho (vocals, acoustic guitar), Jason …

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