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Lara Martelli

Delivered in Rome for an Italian dad and a Finnish mom, Lara Martelli was raised immersed in the arts, learning both dance and tone of voice young as well as receiving her initial recording agreement before she turned 16. In 1997 she participated in the Sanremo Celebration in the lately …

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Thom MacFarlane

Thom MacFarlane was created and raised in Bayonne, NJ. He began monitoring the piano at age seven. His curiosity about other musical instruments grew, then he started playing electric guitar, bass, and harmonica. Then went on to review music at Mannes University of Music in NEW YORK. Thom MacFarlane after …

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Steve Turner

Best known seeing that the business lead guitarist with grunge pioneers Mudhoney, Steve Turner in addition has had his talk about of side tasks over time, using nervy garage-punkers the Fall-Outs, hard-edged blues-rockers the Monkeywrench, the thunderously obnoxious Thrown Ups, and New Primary Sonic Audio, an all-star Sonics tribute music …

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Susan Christie

Susan Christie was a Philadelphia-based folksinger and a one-time person in the Highlanders, that city’s best “big-band” folk ensemble of the first ’60s. She went to the Berklee University of Music in Boston, and had taken easily to the brand new requirements from the flourishing folk-rock field in the middle-’60s. …

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Sons of Sylvia

A country-pop trio featuring three photogenic brothers, Sons of Sylvia was formed in 2007 by Adam Clark (electric guitar, mandolin), Ashley Clark (business lead vocals, fiddle, acoustic guitar, mandolin), and Austin Clark (background vocals, resonator acoustic guitar). Along with three additional siblings — Aaron, Andrew, and Alan Clark — the …

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Brent Cobb

A local of Ellaville, Georgia, Brent Cobb’s nation songs frequently celebrate and mythologize rural small-town existence. The cousin of Nashville maker Dave Cobb (Shooter Jennings, Sturgill Simpson), Brent produced his first bet for success throughout a brief stint in LA, where he documented his 2006 debut, ROOM Left to Keep, …

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Headless Heroes

Companies Eddie Bezalel and Hugo Nicolson launched Headless Heroes in 2008, looking to record a covers-only recording with several handpicked music artists. Nicolson drew upon his LA connections to put together several studio room instrumentalists — including Josh Klinghoffer, Woody Jackson, Joey Waronker, Leo Abrahams, and Gus Seyffert — while …

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John Smith

Although United kingdom folk guitarist John Smith bears comparison to his alternative folk contemporaries like Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Fionn Regan, José González, and Cara Dillon, the Devon-born, Liverpool-based prodigy has connections to a mature generation of inventive and intensifying folk guitarists aswell, having played out alongside John Martyn, John Renbourn, …

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The Curious Mystery

Were only available in 2005 by singers/multi-instrumentalists Shana Cleveland and Nicolas Gonzalez, the Curious Mystery present an extremely curious crossbreed of musical designs. Rooted in indie rock and roll — with tinges of ’60s psychedelia, Americana, bluegrass, film noir, and lo-fi — these were occasionally billed like a junkyard music …

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Other Lives

American indie pop outfit Various other Lives shaped as an instrumental task in 2004 beneath the name Kunek. Located in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Kunek (who ultimately added vocals towards the combine) released one record (Flight from the Flynns) for Play Tyme Information in 2006 prior to making the changeover to the …

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