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Tyvek

Named after a favorite make of synthetic home-siding, Detroit lo-fi garage area rockers Tyvek began getting recognition in 2008 alongside fellow noise poppers Vivian Ladies, Instances New Viking, and Eat Skull. The group was founded by songwriter/vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Kevin Boyer, that has been the just constant person in the group. After …

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Visitor Jim

In 1994, three Midwesterners named Jim came jointly in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA to create their notion of a rock-band: a sound that embraces from traditional rock to funk and groove commensurate with the eclectic Bay Region sound. Vocalist and key pad participant Jim Greer, originally from Hudson, OH, can …

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3

Led with the vocals and guitar of Joey Eppard, 3 also included Chris Gartmann (drums), Billy Riker (guitar), and Joe Cuchelo (bass). The music group surfaced from Woodstock, NY, in the first ’90s, just with time to grab an area on the reconstituted Woodstock music celebration of 1994. That publicity …

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Big Joe Turner

Not to end up being confused using the “Tremble, Rattle, & Move” vocalist, Big Joe Turner was a bassist with B.B. Ruler and transferred to fronting his very own Memphis Blues Caravan.

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Artie Lange

Comedian Artie Lange is most beneficial referred to as having informally inherited the part from the tubby, pratfalling sidekick in vehicles for Sunday Night time Live alums, that was occupied by Chris Farley before his loss of life in 1997. Even more restrained than Farley, but of related build and …

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The Glass Family

Austin, TX, indie rock and roll quintet the Cup Family members had their first incarnation at a celebration in wintertime 2001 with Tony Daugherty (drums) and Michael Winningham (vocals, electric guitar). After several lineup shifts, they guaranteed Frank Alexander (key pad), Jeremy Gomez (bass), and Brian Hubbard (electric guitar). Their …

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Blue Cafe

In 2001, the eight-piece Polish band Blue Cafe attempt to combine jazz, funk, pop, and Latin disco with hip-hop beats. These were authorized to the EMI-related Polish label Pomaton the same 12 months, and their debut, Fanaberia, made an appearance in 2002. It quickly proceeded to go platinum in Poland …

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LIM

Given birth to Salim Lakhdiri in Boulogne-Billancourt in 1981, hardcore rapper LIM began in the rap collective Mo’vez Lang with friends Cens Nino and Boulox. Quickly coming to the interest of hip-hop group Les Sages Poetes de la Rue, the trio toured with them through the ’90s. The substantial collective …

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Eko Fresh

German rapper Eko Fresh vaulted to popularity on the pumps of his coach, hip-hop superstar Kool Savas. Blessed Ekrem Bora in M√∂nchengladbach, Germany, on Sept 3, 1983, the Turkish indigenous quit college in his teenagers to pursue a profession in music, employed in a footwear store to create ends satisfy. …

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Lavender Country

While Lavender Nation were small known beyond your Pacific Northwest in support of released one self-distributed album, within their period they created an authentic cultural milestone — the first assortment of openly gay-themed nation songs. Lavender Nation had been the brainchild of Patrick Haggerty, who was simply born and elevated …

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