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The Secret Service

Formed by senior high school friends Rob Normandin and Dave Lengthy on vocals and guitar and Jim Gange on bass in 1984, the trick Service was among the rings that composed the brand new York garage area scene in the mid-’80s. Joined up with by Steve Peper on drums, the …

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Michele Vice

Santa Monica-based songwriter/manufacturer Michele Vice-Maslin includes a set of credits just slightly smaller sized than the NEW YORK phone reserve. Originally from Queens, NY, Michele spent time in Tucson, AZ, before shifting to California to break right into the music sector. She produced some bands, joined up with a performance …

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X Japan

X Japan is among the most influential rock and roll bands in Japan history. Formed like a rate metal music group in the first ’80s, the group captivated attention not merely because of its music, but also its popularization of visible kei, a social/musical/fashion motion whose focus on outrageous hair …

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Sphinx

Euro-disco manufacturer Alec R. Costandinos produced his debut on Casablanca as Sphinx in 1977 after garnering significant success along with his group Like & Kisses. He just released one self-titled recording as Sphinx, and it didn’t fare as well well commercially, nonetheless it has become regarded as a rather well …

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Torsson

With extremely prosaic lyrics and lacking instrumental skills, Torsson rose to fame something of the novelty band in the first ’80s. It really is unclear how critical the band’s motives were originally, but because they sang music about an uneventful picnic or an agricultural reasonable, these were verging on poetry …

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Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer

The children’s duo Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer began recording together in the past due ’80s and, almost immediately, their mixture of folk, blues, bluegrass, and pop — in conjunction with creative, intelligent, and non-patronizing lyrics — won them critical acclaim and dedicated fans. Their 1997 lullaby collection Blanket Filled …

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The Levins

New York-based duo the Levins produce melodic, vocal harmony-based acoustic folk that touches upon from ’30s standards to retro sunlight pop to traditional Jewish music. Featuring the abilities of vocalist/songwriters Ira and Julia Levin, the duo originally fulfilled at an open-mike evening in Berkeley, California in 2000. Wedded and executing …

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American Military Band

The American Army Music group, led by conductor Robert W. McKewen, and who, as their name suggests, celebrate the music from the U.S. MILITARY, released five albums in 2002: Music from the Atmosphere Force, Music from the Marines, Music from the U.S. Military, Music from the U.S. Navy, and some …

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Jessica Stone

West coastline singer/songwriter Jessica Rock founded her very own record and posting company, Maidenstone Information, soon after graduating from the L.A. Music Academy. Her 2002 debut, Seven Words, introduced viewers to Stone’s personal mixture of folk, pop, and jazz, and garnered the tech-savvy, indie musician accolades from over the internet. …

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Troy Taroy

Singer/songwriter/movie director Troy Taroy does not have a partner because he’s “D.We.Y. completely.” The ironic, literate, and nerd-fun Taroy offered time in a few of Los Angeles’ top never-heard-of-thems (the DINING AREA Established, Chika Chika, Cody ChesnuTT, as well as the L.A. Moments) before stunning from his very own in …

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