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Larry Clinton

Larry Clinton was a versatile composer, arranger, and bandleader whose golf swing music group was among the prominent forces in pop music in the past due ’30s, specifically in the time between Tommy Dorsey’s preliminary success as well as the rise to popularity of Glenn Miller. Blessed in Brooklyn, Clinton …

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The Salteens

Vancouver indie pop combo the Salteens were formed within the springtime of 1997 by vocalist/guitarist Scott Walker, bassist/vocalist Megan Bradfield, and drummer Dion Willis. After simply two live times, the group earned a local fight of the rings contest, and with the help of keyboardist Patrick Brealey, the Salteens authorized …

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Jacinta

Jacinta Brondgeest was created in Oregon, but at six weeks her family members relocated to Sydney, Australia. After years to be in rings, in 1997 Jacinta made a decision to consider the single artist path (using a single name), composing and executing her very own dance music around Australia. Ultimately, …

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Micky & the Motorcars

Led by frontman Micky Braun and his brother, guitarist Gary Braun, and initially offering childhood friends Travis Hardy on drums and Tag McCoy on bass, Micky & the Motorcars rolled from the Sawtooth Mountains of Stanley, Idaho inside a cloud of Americana dust particles. The sons of experienced Western golf …

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Barbara McNair

Despite a documenting career that prolonged for nearly 2 decades, including a stint in the famed Motown label, Barbara McNair continues to be better-known as an actress than as a singer, making use of both skills because the star of her own eponymously-titled television variety series. Given birth to January …

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Christine McVie

With her naturally smoky low alto vocal style along with a knack for writing simple, direct, and memorable songs concerning the joys and pitfalls of love, Christine McVie has already established an extended and productive musical career while seldom insisting on being center stage. Created Christine Anne Ideal on July …

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Christie

Leeds-born Jeff Christie (b. 1946) entered music by using a skiffle music group that eventually relocated into rock and roll & roll, acquiring the name the Outer Limits. They ultimately cut a set of singles, before splitting up, and Jeff Christie made a decision to try a profession being a …

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Christopher Cross

Christopher Mix was by far the largest new celebrity of 1980, virtually defining adult modern radio with some smoothly sophisticated ballads like the chart-topping “Sailing”; apparently as quickly mainly because he shot to popularity, however, his celebrity descended, although he continuing documenting and touring for a long time to come. …

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Chris Walker

Urban modern vocalist Chris Walker spent his childhood in Houston, playing gospel music. He transferred to NEW YORK, where he became Ornette Coleman’s bass participant for two . 5 years. Walker after that toured with Regina Belle, where he shortly became musical movie director. When Belle observed his fine tone …

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Claus Ogerman

This prolific arranger and orchestrator moved from Europe to america in 1959 and began a link using the Verve label, where his arrangements were featured on albums by Frank Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim (1967’s Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim — the to begin two collaborative albums from …

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