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The Sparkletones

The Sparkletones’ story must have been a film. For a number of listeners, these were and so are what rockabilly music really was about — four children in the south, none over the age of 16 and something as early as 13 if they began, obtaining together and producing fast, …

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Trevor Hall

Born in SC and raised in California, Trevor Hall developed an affinity for summery acoustic music, from your beachside atmosphere of Jack port Johnson towards the leisurely stroll of Bob Marley. Having spent his teenage years in a boarding college for the arts, Hall devoted his existence to music upon …

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Maxine Brown

Although she never really had many hits, Maxine Brown was perhaps one of the most underrated soul and R&B vocalists from the ’60s. Through the ’60s she released some singles for Nomar and Wand, with a couple of music — “All in my own Brain,” “Crazy,” “Something YOU HAVE,” “Oh …

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Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs

This R&B vocal group from Lancaster, SC, USA, was led by Maurice Williams (b. 26 Apr 1938, Lancaster, SC, USA; pianist/songwriter). The strike record ‘Stay’, which visited #3 3 R&B and #1 1 play 1960, immortalized the Zodiacs being a one-hit-wonder group. (In the united kingdom ‘Stay’ visited amount 14 …

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Narvin Kimball

Vocalist and banjoist Narvin Kimball was raised through the golden age group of New Orleans jazz and outlived practically all of his contemporaries. Mixed up in Louisiana jazz picture through the 1920s, he liked a lengthy return that started in 1960 at Preservation Hall and lasted until 1999. Narvin’s dad …

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Marv Johnson

Ideal remembered for a small number of hits like the TOP smashes “YOU HAVE WHAT MUST BE DONE” and “I REALLY LIKE how you Like,” Marv Johnson was also a seminal shape in the first background of Motown Information. Marvin Earl Johnson was created in Detroit, Michigan in 1938, and …

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Through the Eyes of the Dead

The brutally heavy death metal of With the Eyes from the Deceased first appeared in June 2003, with the initial music group lineup of Anthony Gunnels (vocals), Justin Longshore (guitar), Richard Turbeville (guitar), Jeff Springs (bass), and Dayton Cantley (drums). Located in Florence, SC, the people appeared up to functions …

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Rufus “Speedy” Jones

An excellent soloist and an explosive participant, Rufus Jones usually lived up to his nickname of “Speedy.” He originally began on trumpet, switching to drums when he was 13. Among his early organizations had been with Lionel Hampton (1954), Henry “Crimson” Allen, and Maynard Ferguson’s Orchestra (1959-1963). He led his …

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Marshall Chapman

Marshall Chapman was raised a member of 1 of the very most well-known family members in Spartanburg Region, SC (the Chapmans possessed the local natural cotton mill) and loved both athletics and music. In 1957, the youthful Chapman was taken up to the Carolina Theater in downtown Spartanburg to find …

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Jim Nesbitt

b. Wayne Nesbitt, 1 Dec 1931, Bishopville, SC, USA, d. 29 November 2007, SC, USA. Although Nesbitt could sing an excellent country track, he founded himself along with his semi-talking humor numbers as well as for his are a disk jockey on WAGS Bishopville. He also made an appearance on …

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