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Andrea Berg

Andrea Berg is among the biggest-selling German pop divas of her era, hitting number 1 with eight of her albums and being successful many ECHO honours for her business prowess. Delivered January 28, 1966, in Krefeld, Berg was uncovered in 1992 by manufacturer/Svengali Eugen Römer, who ushered her in to …

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Pauline Croze

French folk-pop chanteuse Pauline Croze was created within the Paris suburb of Noisy-le-Sec on, may 4, 1979. As a teenager she started learning electric guitar, and by 20 was a staple of the neighborhood coffeehouse circuit, creating a repertoire of first material constructed in cooperation with Señor Holmes alum Quito. …

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Anna Ternheim

In her even more meditative moments, the folky Swedish singer/songwriter Anna Ternheim appears to conjure up the darkness of fellow Swede Sophie Zelmani; at various other situations, her poignant, immediate, piano-driven music nod to performers like Coldplay and, to a certain degree, Dido. It had been probably because of this …

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The Mutton Birds

THE BRAND NEW Zealand pop band the Mutton Parrots was led by singer/guitarist Don McGlashan, already an extremely regarded figure in his indigenous land for his work in the legendary post-punk-era group Blam Blam Blam. Also including ex-Six Volts guitarist David Long and drummer Ross Burge, the group started documenting …

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Udo Jürgens

Austrian vocalist Udo Jürgens is most beneficial referred to as the champion from the 1966 Eurovision Melody Contest. But a profession that spans over four years has generated him among the Western european mainland’s most widely used performers; his mixed international sales go beyond over 100 million systems. Jürgens was …

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The Boxer Rebellion

The Boxer Rebellion’s moody clatter drew from a cross-section of acts like the Verve, Radiohead, and Dark Rebel Motorcycle Membership. They weren’t to become puzzled with the past due 19th hundred years uprising in China, as well as the Philadelphia punk revivalists who distributed their name. Located in London, the …

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Midnight Juggernauts

Midnight Juggernauts are an electro-pop synth rock and roll group from Melbourne, Australia. The founding users, inside a nod towards the Ramones, renamed themselves Vincent Juggernaut and Andy Juggernaut. Both met in senior high school and performed straightforward guitar rock and roll together before shifting to test out synthesizers and …

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Caitlin Cary

Following the dissolution of alt-country kings Whiskeytown, frontman Ryan Adams’ solo career received the majority of critical attention. However, vocalist/fiddle participant Caitlin Cary was sitting on the sidelines with her personal amazing batch of music. Cary released a single EP, Waltzie (Yep Roc), in 2000. The discharge was a stripped-down, …

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Dead Confederate

Dead Confederate have a post-grunge method of their music, which also leans heavily over the group’s psychedelic and Southern rock and roll influences. Seed products for the band’s development were planted through the past due ’90s, when upcoming bandmates Hardy Morris (vocals, electric guitar), Brantley Senn (bass), Walker Howle (electric …

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Burns Out Bright

The melodic post-hardcore quartet Melts away Out Bright came collectively in Columbia, SC. Made up of Isaac Rock (vocals/bass), Bryan Taylor (acoustic guitar/vocals), Chris Shirah (drums), and Forest Montgomery (acoustic guitar/vocals), the group spent period touring with works like Stretch out Arm Solid, Evergreen Terrace, and Carry vs. Shark before …

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