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The Inspirations

The Inspirations were essentially a duo of Jimmy London (Trevor Shaw) and Billy Dyce (Ransford Light), who had been active on the Jamaican music picture by the end from the 1960s and in to the early ’70s. They originally worked with manufacturer Lee “Nothing” Perry, and their melody “SHRINK,” documented …

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Chosen Few

Perhaps one of the most enduring (and enduringly popular) reggae sets of the 1970s, the Particular Few not merely had an enviable string of strikes across the 10 years but also toured america, Canada, and Britain; spawned one unabashed superstar offshoot profession for co-founder Scotty; and released the international profession …

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Cool Blue Halo

The energy pop music group Cool Blue Halo was formed in 1990 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, by people Paul Bodreau, Jason Ives, Barry Walsh, and Glenn MacCulloch. The music group was a big area of the burgeoning Halifax music picture, and in 1993 they released an unbiased, self-titled cassette. The …

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Terry & Gerry

Although they hardly ever broke to commercial success, Terry & Gerry were among England’s most exciting bands from the ’80s. Their demonstration tape led to a high-profile BBC program with popular disk jockey and maker John Peel off and trips in Holland, Belgium, america, and the uk. Created in the …

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Myrtle Jenkins

An excellent early Chicago blues pianist, the little-known Myrtle Jenkins, occasionally billed mainly because Miss Myrtle Jenkins, was the featured piano participant on many of Bumble Bee Slim’s recordings for the Bluebird, Vocalion, and Decca imprints, and she played piano aswell (and sometimes sang) with Priscilla Stewart, Mary Mack, the …

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Conö spent greater than a one fourth hundred years among the traveling makes in Finnish rock and roll. Shaped in Pori in 1981, the group originally comprised frontman Olli Lindholm, vocalist/keyboardist Jussi Hakulinen, guitarist Jani Viitanen, bassist Juha “Liuhu” Rauäng, and drummer Harri Varhala. In the years to check out, …

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Gehennah

A no-nonsense Swedish hard rock and roll/thrash quartet that splits the difference between your blue-collar swagger of Motörhead as well as the noxious fury of Venom, Gehennah was founded in 1992. The music group released its debut studio room recording, Hardrocker, via Primitive Artwork Information in 1995, and obtained a …

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Tumbleweed Junction

Jam music group Tumbleweed Junction was formed in northwestern Pa by Tag Benson (guitar, vocals, mandolin, harmonica), Peter Haver (guitar, vocals), Justin Meyers (bass), and Dave Stephen (drum, percission). They proved helpful the local frat and club circuit before relocating to Atlanta, GA in 1995, where their particular mix of …

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Last Chance Jug Band

Going by musicologist David Evans, THE FINAL Chance Jug Strap is usually a modern-day incarnation from the jug rings that been around in the Memphis area through the ’20s and ’30s, namely The Memphis Jug Strap led by Will Color and Cannon’s Jug Stompers going up by Gus Cannon. The …

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Sweethead

An all-star hard rock and roll unit shaped in 2008 by vocalist Serrina Sims and Queens from the Rock Age, AN IDEAL Circle, and Failure guitarist Troy Vehicle Leeuwen, Los Angeles-based Sweethead also features the skills of bassist Eddie Nappi (Attractive) and drummer Norm Stop (Plexi), both of whom also …

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