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Honey Hill

Blues pianist George “Honey” Hill slice several edges with blues vocalist, songwriter and guitarist Expenses Gaither for the Decca and Okeh record brands between 1931 and 1941. Gaither was a good friend from the blues pianist Leroy Carr, as well as the Gaither and Hill duo was patterned after Carr …

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Voices on the Verge

In a few ways, Voices for the Verge is Four Bitchin’ Babes: another Generation. Erin McKeown, Jess Klein, Beth Amsel, and Rose Polenzani possess all accomplished some degree of single achievement, but this folk-pop collective, where the four vocalist/songwriters interpret each other’s tracks, puts all in an thrilling, partly improvisatory …

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Vitesse

Indie synth-pop duo Vitesse teamed keyboardists Hewson Chen and Josh Klein, the second option a previous drummer using the music group Toulouse and a personnel writer using the cult-favorite regular paper The Onion. The duo 1st collaborated in 1997 on a bit for his or her Intro to Music Structure …

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Anaïs Mitchell

Heavily influenced with the confessional alternative folk stylings of Ani DiFranco, Anaïs Mitchell began writing songs when she was 17. Delivered in Vermont, she went to Middlebury University and traveled through the entire Middle East, Latin America, and European countries learning global politics before alighting in Austin, TX, in the …

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The Evens

Formed within the autumn of 2001, the Evens — Ian MacKaye (Small Threat, Accept, Fugazi) on baritone guitar and vocals and Amy Farina from the Warmers on drums and vocals — released their self-titled debut on Dischord within the planting season of 2005. With a far more laid-back audio than …

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Jason Pierce

Vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Jason Pierce — aka J Spaceman — is a traveling pressure in forward-thinking, hypnotic music with Spacemen 3, Spiritualized, and by himself. Pierce founded Spacemen 3 in 1982 with Pete “Sonic Growth” Kember, and during the period of albums such as for example 1987’s AN IDEAL …

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Rusty Draper

Vocalist Rusty Draper was one of the primary crossover celebrities of the first ’50s, selling more than a mil information to pop and nation audiences prior to the rise of rock and roll & move derailed his profession. Given birth to Farrell Draper in Kirksville, MO, on January 25, 1920, …

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Hot Rize

The eclectic Colorado progressive bluegrass music group Hot Rize also plays traditional bluegrass, jazz, and rock. They arrived collectively in 1976 and had been named following the key ingredient of Martha White colored Self-Rising Flour, the merchandise Flatt & Scruggs experienced promoted early within their professions. The bandmembers had been …

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Viola McCoy

A classic feminine blues singer who performed and documented from the first ’20s to the past due ’30s, Viola McCoy was created in either Mississippi or Tennessee (accounts vary), moving to NEW YORK in the first ’20s, where she was energetic in revues and cabarets. Her documenting profession lasted from …

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Macha

In 1996, multi-instrumentalist Joshua McKay and his drum-playing brother Mischo McKay found themselves both surviving in Athens, GA, following a three-year separation (that they had last lived jointly in Gainesville, FL, where these were both in a band called Emperor Moth). Back again jointly within an offbeat university city, the …

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