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Y.U.P.

Dealing with ’80s punk wave in Finland, there spawned two highly complex but innovative rock and roll groupings, CMX and YUP. Although YUP was founded in the past due ’80s, a afterwards edition of YUP schedules to the first ’90s. This youthful but innovative trio (comprising vocalist/guitarist Jarkko Martikainen, bassist …

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Yum-Yum

Yum-Yum was the short-lived task of Chris Holmes, a Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist who all experimented in a number of musical styles without ever settling for or excelling in virtually any of them. Ahead of developing Yum-Yum, which he was the just continuous member, Holmes have been the primary songwriter for Sabalon …

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Val Stecklein

Val Stecklein was the lead singer and primary songwriter in the Kansas folk rock and roll group The Blue Things, who’ve achieved cult position among the great misplaced bands from the 1960s. Stecklein performed in regional rock and roll & roll rings just like the Dukes in the past due …

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2XL

Inspired with a diverse group of hip-hop duos — Mobb Deep, OutKast, and Ying Yang Twins — Bennett “Laze” and Justin “Royal” Talmage Armstrong created 2XL to check out their dreams and get away their challenging childhood. Their dad forgotten them, their mom was identified as having terminal brain malignancy, …

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Joe Mullins

Banjo participant, singer, and radio broadcaster Joe Mullins was immersed in bluegrass and nation music from a age. Blessed and elevated in southwestern Ohio, Mullins’ dad was reputed broadcaster and fiddler Paul “Moon” Mullins, whose daytime bluegrass present on Classic Nation Radio spanned four-plus years. By the first ’80s, a …

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Danny Thompson

With regards to British folk music, no bass player comes near getting the influence of Danny Thompson. A founding person in British isles folk-pop pioneers Pentangle, Thompson’s resumé contains use Nick Drake, Elvis Costello, Donovan, Sandy Denny, Eric Clapton, Richard Thompson, Marc Bolan, Heidi Berry, Tim Buckley, Kate Bush, John …

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The Hobbits

Folk-rock clothing the Hobbits was the studio room task of Queens, New York-born singer/songwriter Jimmy Curtiss, who rates among the more interesting footnotes in the annals of rock and roll & move — the uncommon would-be teenager idol who actually wrote his personal materials (and did thus admirably), he later …

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Darlene Austin

Hailing from Kansas, nation singer Darlene Austin headed to Nashville to discover her fortune. Since relocating, Austin provides appeared on many applications on TNN, including an interval as a vocalist over the Nashville Today plan. She was also an employee writer for many publishers before launching a single debut, SECURING, …

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Priscilla Paris

The youngest & most photogenic person in the Paris Sisters, willowy Priscilla Paris was the featured vocalist for the trio’s 1961 Phil Spector-produced girl group classic “I REALLY LIKE How YOU LIKE Me personally.” She later on installed a little-noticed solo profession, and also progressed right into a songwriter of …

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Susan Christie

Susan Christie was a Philadelphia-based folksinger and a one-time person in the Highlanders, that city’s best “big-band” folk ensemble of the first ’60s. She went to the Berklee University of Music in Boston, and had taken easily to the brand new requirements from the flourishing folk-rock field in the middle-’60s. …

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