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Jenni Alpert

Vocalist, songwriter, guitarist, and pianist Jenni Alpert was created in LA and adopted in age four. She began to sing and perform piano while residing in numerous foster homes, and later on learned to try out the guitar aswell, and began composing tunes early. As acquainted with jazz as she …

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Sandy Scofield

A multi-Juno Award nominee, Sandy Scofield can be an similarly multifaceted performer. With encounter in rings as stylistically assorted as rockabilly, Cajun, jazz, vocal, and zydeco, Scofield (a Metis/Cree/Saulteaux Local UNITED STATES) started her professional music profession in 1986. Her abilities and shows, both live and documented, have earned her …

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Lori Davidson

San Francisco-native Lori Davidson started her music schooling at a age group with classical electric guitar. Everything was heading great until she noticed some excellent samples of rock and roll and blues on the air. She discovered some brand-new chord graphs, added vocals, and was prepared to amuse her friends. …

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Nicki Bluhm

Whether single or with her music group the Gramblers, San Francisco-based vocalist Nicki Bluhm has generated a career building nation, R&B, and blues-soaked rock and roll music. Dealing with her hubby, guitarist Tim Bluhm (who was simply a member from the music group the Mother Sides), Nicki released both her …

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Jamie Scott

Jamie Scott (aka J.S. Baylin) was created in February of 1982 and was a ’70s-, spirit-, vocalist/songwriter-influenced vocalist in the music group Jamie Scott & the city. Originally wishing to rating a publishing offer like a songwriter, he therefore impressed Sony that they provided him a documenting offer in 2002. …

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Matthew Wilder

The defiant chorus of Matthew Wilder’s 1983 hit “Break My Stride” — “Ain’t nothin’ gonna break my stride/No one gonna slow me down” — may possibly also define his career. Wilder is among the few artists who was simply able to get away from your stigma of experiencing only 1 …

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Rosey

Vocalist/songwriter Rosey continues to be surrounded by music since her early youth and credits her big family members for keeping the enthusiasm alive. First, it had been the Beatles. She discovered her parents’ record collection around age group seven and couldn’t withstand the infectious pop noises from the Fab Four. …

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Julie Christensen

Sometimes list an artist’s music under 1 style that suits it very best is just a little difficult to do — occasionally it’s extremely difficult. With Julie Christensen the second option suits. Her music can be a smooth mixture of blues, R&B, jazz, and a good small pop and traditional …

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Sandy Dillon

Merging the heartfelt balladry of Hank Williams, the avant-garde vision of Igor Stravinsky and Captain Beefheart, as well as the hard-driving noises of Patti Smith, Sandy Dillon made a few of the most innovative music from the 1990s. Furthermore to highlighted recordings of her self-described “jazz-punk traditional western blues,” she’s …

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