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Dori Levine

While often from the learners of Lennie Tristano because so many of them have already been her instructors (including Connie Crothers), Dori Levine includes a design and conception of her own. In early stages, Levine sang with her close friends along to vocal group recordings, racking your brains on the …

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Johnny Headband

Mercurial Detroit-based, electro/space pop outfit Johnny Headband was designed and directed by siblings Chad and Keith Thompson, both of whom began a torrid romance with multimedia within their early young adults. Alternately amiable and steely eyed, the brothers honed their creative muscles on a reliable diet of house films, synth …

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Peter Harper

Harmonica participant Peter Harper was created in Guildford Surrey, Britain, on November 10, 1968, and moved along with his family members to Perth, Australia when he 10. While attending quality college in the ’70s he started playing the euphonium and trumpet in the brass concert music group. His curiosity about …

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The Palace Guards

A British Invasion-influenced garage area band well-known in the brand new Orleans area in the past due ’60s, the Palace Guards were formed in 1966 by singer Les Grey, drummer Frank Bua, bassist Richie Faber, and guitarists Glen Acombe and Jeff Miller. Their initial one, “Better Things you can do” …

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The Mercury Seed

A band built-in the classic rock and roll mildew, New York’s the Mercury Seed — vocalist Volker, guitarists John Jackson and Joe Nemchek, bassist Gary D’Andrea, and drummer John Chiechi — created their appear in Manhattan golf clubs just like the Knitting Stock and Sine-é, understanding how to build smart, …

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Andy Gabbard

A musician whose affects span hard rock and roll, psychedelia, ’60s garage area rock and roll, and energetic pop, Andy Gabbard is definitely a force for the Southwestern Ohio music picture, saving and touring extensively with two noted rings, Thee Shams as well as the Buffalo Killers, before starting a …

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The Mighty Imperials

Though none from the four users from the Mighty Imperials was older than 18 if they sat down in the Desco Records studios in 1999 to focus on the music for Thunder Chicken, these were talented plenty of to entice gospel singer Joe Henry to include his voice to four …

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Rita Eriksen

Rita Eriksen is a Norwegian singer who, furthermore to periodic single initiatives, is joined by her sibling, Frank Eriksen (vocals, electric guitar), in the root base music duo Eriksen, which released some popular albums through the early to mid-’90s. Delivered on, may 26, 1966, in Sola, Norway, she produced her …

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Eric D. Johnson

A prolific singer/songwriter, film composer, maker, and multi-instrumentalist, as well as the frontman/founder of popular Midwest folk-rock clothing the Fruits Bats, Chicago local Eric D. Johnson, who also information beneath the moniker EDJ, offers proven himself to be always a versatile and unstable artist since growing in the past due …

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The Thousand Dollar Playboys

Sweden’s Thousand Buck Playboys had been formed in 1996 by vocalist and guitarist Lars Bygdén (the newest lineup also features Jens Höglin on drums, Gotte Ringqvist on classical guitar, and Magnus Sedin on bass) while an alt-country clothing. After he noticed the music group playing inside a Stockholm golf club, …

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