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Art Grayson

Montgomery, AL-based spirit singer Artwork Grayson was solely a local designer until 1965, when his supervisor, William “Hoss” Allen, got him a agreement with HBR Information — he hence joined the Delicious chocolate Watchband for the saving subsidiary from the Hanna-Barbera animated studio room. He remained with the label without …

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Brownout

Before forming the Latin rock/salsa band Grupo Fantasma, guitarists Adrian Quesada and Beto Martinez, bassist Greg Gonzalez, trumpeter Gilbert Elorreaga, sax player Josh Levy, trombonist Leo Gauna, drummer Johnny Lopez, and conguero Matthew “Special Lou” Holmes were most within an Austin, Tx, funk band called the Blimp. In 2003, quickly …

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I-Level

I-Level was a short-term U.K. music group comprising Duncan Bridgeman, Jo Dworniak, and Sam Jones. Bridgeman and Dworniak — both from Essex, Britain — met via a categorized advertisement in Melody Manufacturer and first performed collectively in Scrambled Egos and Tremble Shake before growing into I-Level, with the help of …

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Fabulous Peps

Detroit spirit group the Fabulous Peps was made up of vocalists Tommy “Surprise” Hester, “Small Joe” Harris, and Ronnie Abner, the second option a former person in the Vibratones. Based on an article for the www.soulfuldetroit.com site, the group was founded in 1962 and spent its formative years gigging at …

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FFF

Position for Fédération Française de Funk (France Funk Federation), FFF was shaped in Paris in 1987 around Marco Prince (vocals), Yarol (guitar), Niktus (bass), Krichou (drums), Felix (keyboards), and former Marquis de Sade bandmember Philippe Herpin (saxophone). With the capacity of amazing on-stage firepower, these were the only music group …

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Alison Crockett

An R&B singer and songwriter with deep gospel and jazz origins, Alison Crockett won senior high school skill contests and attended Temple University or college as well as the Manhattan College of Music. After she gained a Master’s level from MSM, she came back to Philadelphia, associated with Ruler Britt, …

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Gino Soccio

A solo artist, program musician and manufacturer (referred to as Kebekelektrik), Gino Soccio released his first album, Outline, in 1979. It highlighted the main disco smash, “Dancer.” He in addition has released S-Beat (1980), Nearer (1981), In person (1982) please remember (1984).

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Deborah Manning

Deborah Manning could’ve/should’ve been a gospel Cinderella. She got an early on break as a teenager, taking part in the chorus from the Bar-Kays 1967 solitary “Spirit Finger.” 3 years from then on, she was found out by Isaac Hayes and Al Bell as an undergraduate at Memphis Condition University, …

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Hidle Brown Barnum

Manufacturer and arranger H.B. Barnum continues to be among the unsung giants of well-known music, collaborating using a who’s who of works spanning from Frank Sinatra to Puff Daddy. Delivered Hidle Dark brown Barnum in Houston on July 15, 1936, he gained a countrywide amateur talent competition at age four, …

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Nikki Flores

Created in 1989 and signed to Epic in 2003, Nikki Flores started her music profession at an extremely early age group — she even had written her first music ahead of her 13th birthday. Influenced by Alicia Secrets, Mariah Carey, and Whitney Houston, Flores either had written or co-wrote the …

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