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Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr.

Listeners and audiences are generally astounded by the tone of voice and character of Bishop Paul S. Morton. Whether within a televised appearance with youth friend Aretha Franklin or in his capability as the mature pastor of Greater St. Stephens Total Gospel Cathedral in New Orleans, Bishop Morton is normally …

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Bishop Jeff Banks

The Banking institutions Brothers were pupils of Mary Johnson Davis. They loved some achievement teaming with THE HIGHER Harvest Choir within the ’60s for Savoy.

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Kirk Whalum

From his start in Memphis where he played in his father’s church choir, veteran saxophonist Kirk Whalum drew inspiration from your rich music traditions of this city, including gospel, R&B, blues, and finally jazz. He received a scholarship or grant to wait music college at Tx Southern University or college, …

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Jack Nitzsche

A significant behind-the-scenes shape in popular music for 40 years, composer/songwriter/maker/arranger/studio room musician Jack port Nitzsche served an essential function in 1960s rock and roll & roll, getting a tuned musician’s know-how to carry on the task of even more instinctive rockers in a manner that complemented and deepened their …

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La Musgaña

The musical traditions from the Castillan region of central Spain are preserved with the music of La Musgana. Performing a complete spectral range of Castillan music, the group includes dance tunes, like songs, and wedding ceremony music. Based on the L.A. Moments, La Musgana’s “concerts are often a lesson within …

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Klezmer Conservatory Band

The centuries-old tradition of klezmer music, originally played by itinerant Jewish music artists in Eastern Europe, is extended by saxophonist, pianist, and composer Hankus Netsky and his group, the Klezmer Conservatory Band. With tracks sung in Yiddish, the music group incorporates an array of affects into its Jewish dance music. …

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Chris Tomlin

Among the leading performers and activists within modern Christian music, Chris Tomlin is an effective vocalist and songwriter whose 2005 recording Arriving offers sold more than 500,000 copies, and whose compositions “Holy May be the Lord” and “How Great Is Our God” are being among the most popular modern songs …

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The Klezmorim

Klezmorim was among the to begin the revivalist rings to try out klezmer, the original dance music from the Eastern Western european Jews. Through the twelve years how the group was jointly, Klezmorim brought a good-humored, theatrical method of their fusion of traditional Eastern Western european Jewish music, jazz, improvisation, …

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Jah Mason

Given birth to in Manchester, Jamaica, reggae vocalist Jah Mason produced his debut in 1991 using the solitary “Selassie I Contact We.” Documented for Junior Reid’s record label, the solitary appeared beneath the name Perry Mason, a nickname Mason experienced found during his child years because of his capability to …

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The Kingsmen

Not much is well known about the first times of the King’s Men quintet, an old-time Southern gospel act who aren’t to become confused with the Portland, OR-based garage area music group the Kingsmen (the music group whose enduring “Louie, Louie” survives today among the all-time frat rock and roll …

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