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Carlisle Floyd

The accessible operas of the American composer are the international achievement Susannah, a repertory mainstay since its compostion. Floyd utilized a unique harmonic language predicated on fourths and fifths to make melodies and harmonies motivated by American folk music, and he was a highly effective dramatist in the vein exposed …

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Washboard Doc

b. Joseph Doctor, 8 Sept 1911, Charleston, SC, USA, d. 16 Sept 1988, Brooklyn, NEW YORK, NY, USA. A road musician from his appearance in NY in 1935, Washboard Doc was within the fringes of dark musical existence thereafter, declaring to have documented alongside Ralph Willis and Sonny Terry. He …

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Henry Goodwin

b. Henry Clay Goodwin, 2 January 1910, Columbia, SC, USA, d. 2 July 1979, NEW YORK, NY, USA. While still a teenager Goodwin performed several tools with sufficient capability to secure a location in a music group Claude Hopkins got to Europe. Back the united states he used several bands, …

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Darius Rucker

As the frontman of Hootie & the Blowfish, Darius Rucker was probably one of the most popular frontmen in mainstream pop/rock and roll through the mid-’90s. The band’s debut recording, Cracked Rear Look at, was practically inescapable in 1995, ultimately selling a lot more than 16 million copies and getting …

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Little Pink Anderson

Little Red Anderson was dealt a fascinating hand in existence, nonetheless it took him quite a while to understand how better to play it. Given birth to Alvin Anderson on July 13, 1954, in Spartanburg, SC, the child of blues story Pinkney “Red” Anderson and Mary Geneva Flynn Bryant, Small …

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Brother Dave Gardner

Following to Homer & Jethro, one of the most effective Southern-derived comedian was undoubtedly Sibling Dave Gardner. In the past due ’50s and in to the middle-’60s, Gardner’s albums discovered themselves ensconsed in record series in a lot more urbane and Northerly locales than you might believe, and his design …

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Arthur Prysock

Arthur Prysock was perfectly in the home performing jazz, blues, or R&B, but his smooth-as-silk baritone produced him a superbly effective (and underappreciated) pop crooner in the way of his key impact, Billy Eckstine. Prysock was created January 2, 1929, in Spartanburg, SC, and was the sibling of saxophonist Crimson …

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Mose Allison

Not in contrast to his namesake, Luther Allison, pianist Mose Allison suffered from a “categorization problem,” provided his similarly brilliant profession. Although his boogie-woogie and bebop-laden piano design was innovative and fresh-sounding when it found blues and jazz, it had been being a songwriter that Allison actually excelled. Allison’s tracks …

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Ann Sexton

A native of SC, Southern spirit singer Ann Sexton could croon a soft ballad or deal with the tough, funked-up design that was the sign of her area. Sexton recorded mainly for small brands through the ’70s, including Impel and Dash, and do nearly all her function for the Audio …

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Billy C. Wirtz

Prolonged a folk and blues festival favorite, Rev. Billy C. Wirtz wraps his funny stories and tracks into thoroughly orchestrated models that feature his stellar piano playing. His bundle can be hard for celebration organizers and membership owners to withstand. Wirtz was created in Aiken, S.C., the boy of a …

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