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The Photos

Ideal remembered for the U.K. Best 60 strike “Irene” and an eponymous Best Five recording, the Photos progressed from the short-lived and ill-fated punk music group Satan’s Rats. Guitarist Steve Eagles, bassist Dave Sparrow, and drummer Olly Harrison continued to be together once the music group split up in 1978 …

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Buzz Zeemer

Buzz Zeemer is really a power pop music group from Philadelphia that’s led by vocalist Frank Dark brown — a longtime fixture around the Philly music picture — as well as the often jangly shades of guitarist Tom Conwell. The group released the recording Delusions of Grandeur in 1999. Your …

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The Modulators

The Modulators were a fresh Jersey-based power pop music group and regional legends within the ’80s, and with time developed a separate following among pop obsessives despite hardly ever catching the brass band countrywide. The group was founded by Joe Riccardello, a music buff using a flavor for the Beatles, …

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Stir

Comprised of youth friends, lead vocalist and guitarist Andy Schmidt and drummer Brad Booker, later on attracting bassist Kevin Gagnepain when all three had been signed up for the School of Missouri-Columbia, St. Louis’s Mix have been creating a name for themselves through their comprehensive touring and polished power-pop. Originally …

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Tommy Keene

Hailing from Bethesda, Maryland, Tommy Keene is really a guitarist and singer/songwriter who all plays and creates melodic guitar-based pop/rock and roll. As a kid, Keene played traditional piano before picking right up electric guitar and drums. He spent his teenage years drumming within a rock and roll trio known …

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Tommy Hoehn

Tommy Hoehn is definitely another in an extended type of musicians from Memphis who must have been big but under no circumstances sometimes came close. Hoehn’s 1st claim to popularity was providing history vocals for Big Star’s Third/Sister Enthusiasts. He also sang some backups for another famous “dropped” Memphis music …

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The Bongos

Hoboken’s Bongos — founded like a trio comprising Richard Barone (acoustic guitar, vocals), Rob Norris (bass), and Frank Giannini (drums, vocals) — produced no pretense to be anything apart from a pop music group; fortunately, these were an excellent pop music group, covering electric guitar pop in the Byrds to …

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Tommy Tutone

Tommy Tutone were an early-’80s power pop music group led by vocalist Tommy Heath and guitarist Jim Keller. The group’s initial one, 1980’s “Angel State No,” scraped underneath from the American Best 40, yet it had been 1981’s “867-5309/Jenny” that delivered the group to the very best from the graphs. …

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Denny Carleton

Although little continues to be released under Carleton’s name — and absolutely nothing of his continues to be widely distributed — he’s made the right pop/rock and played a notable role in the annals of Cleveland rock. Within the middle-’60s he was tempo guitarist and regular songwriter for the Shed …

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Milk ‘N’ Cookies

Dairy ‘N’ Cookies were a music group in the incorrect place at the incorrect period. If they’d proven up a couple of years afterwards, they might have been area of the poppy end from the past due-’70s/early-’80s punk/brand-new influx explosion. If they’d produced their name a couple of years earlier, …

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