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Langley Sisters

U.K. performing trio the Langley Sisters — siblings Gita Langley, Rosie Langley, and Edie Langley — certainly are a sort of swampy bohemian revise from the Andrews Sisters, performing 1940s show music, gal group classics, and like-minded originals using a spirited mixture of occasionally, as well as the trio’s outstanding …

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Todd Alsup

Delivered and raised in the suburbs of Detroit, singer and songwriter Todd Alsup fell deeply in love with classic 1960s spirit and 1970s pop even though still a youngster, and his interest for it provides continually informed his very own music. After Alsup relocated to NEW YORK, his piano-based tracks …

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Deaf Havana

Norfolk, England rock and roll clothing Deaf Havana debuted using a audio that mixed post-hardcore with anthemic pop-punk, comparable to contemporaries want We Will be the Sea, the Blackout, and Youthful Guns. Afterwards, their audio would change significantly, echoing the hard rock and roll anthems of works like Daughtry, Shinedown, …

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Luke Winslow-King

A gifted singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist whose work is rooted in vintage blues and jazz styles, Luke Winslow-King was created in Cadillac, Michigan, and began understanding how to play your guitar just before adolescence. He went to Interlochen Arts Academy, after that researched music theory and structure at the College …

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Emily West

With her engaging stage presence and alto vocals, it didn’t take miss singer/songwriter Emily West to obtain a foothold in Nashville’s country music scene. The youngest of four kids, West was created in Waterloo, Iowa, where she uncovered Patsy Cline at a age and started taking tone of voice lessons …

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The Niro

Italian singer/songwriter Davide “The Niro” Combusti was created in Rome Oct 6, 1978. The child of the drummer, the 1st drum he began playing was the drums, but down the road he learned acoustic guitar and bass, as well. After some small encounters in the Roman underground music picture being …

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The Library Is on Fire

Having a name inspired by French poet René Char, The Library Is burning may be the brainchild of founder Steve Five. Sketching on affects the indie rock and roll from the ‘90s, the music group’s audio combines the natural guitar rock and roll of Dinosaur Jr. using the lo-fi melodies …

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Facts About Funerals

Using a haunting, skewed pop sound that mixes Nick Drake with famous brands the Pernice Brothers and Sparklehorse, Seattle, WA’s FACTUAL STATEMENTS ABOUT Funerals grew out of a youthful band, New West Motels, which highlighted the singing and songwriting skills of Rob Sharp and guitarist Max Keene. Carrying out a …

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Ram John Holder

Delivered 1934 in Guyana, Uk actor Memory John Holder started his career being a folksinger in NY. He relocated to London in 1962 and started working being a musician with Pearl Connor’s Negro Theater Workshop, eventually attempting his hands at performing, a shrewd decision, since it turned out. Shortly he …

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K.S. Rhoads

Vocalist, poet, and multi-instrumentalist K.S. Rhoads was raised in Michigan but relocated to Nashville in 2000, where he processed his autumnal and pensive pop/rock and roll audio. His debut recording, Dead Language, mainly documented in Rhoads’ East Nashville living space and made by Rhoads, Lij, and Robin Eaton, premiered on …

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