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Chris Wood

Medeski, Martin and Timber bassist Chris Timber studied structure, and jazz and classical bass in his hometown Boulder, Colorado. In 1989, he visited the New Britain Conservatory of Music in Boston, and researched with Dave Holland, Geri Allen and Bob Moses, but shortly transformed his enrollment to part-time to be …

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Thomas Helmig

Thomas Helmig is among Denmark’s biggest superstars, and his deep like of spirit (especially classic Motown), cemented with a stint in Detroit in the first ’80s, continues to be evident in his music because the beginning. Delivered in Aarhus in 1964, he performed in local rings as a teenager before …

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Laura Bell Bundy

Actress and vocalist Laura Bell Bundy appears to divide her creative energies between Broadway, where she’s had several tasks, and Nashville, where she actually is equally gifted like a nation singer. Born Apr 10, 1981 in Lexington, KY, Bundy was initially attracted to dance as a kid, and began employed …

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John Morales

Bronx local John Morales, a pioneering blending artist worth Dance Music Hall of Popularity induction, became associated with music before his teenagers, when he took a part-time placement at an archive shop. At his father’s club, he sometimes spun the information he gained and created his DJ’ing abilities, which resulted …

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Goya Dress

An all-but-unearthed jewel from the Nude Information steady in the mid-’90s, the short-lived Scottish trio Goya Gown contains Astrid Williamson (acoustic guitar, vocals, piano), Terry de Castro (bass), and Simon Pearson (drums). The three EPs released before their lone LP in 1996 had been the calm prior to the storm …

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Daniel Bélanger

Electro-folk singer/songwriter Daniel Bélanger surfaced from obscurity in 1992 to be probably one of the most acclaimed and popular Québecois performers of his era. Given birth to in Montreal in 1962, Bélanger 1st attracted interest in 1983 using the group Humphrey Salade. Despite a fervent pursuing on the neighborhood golf …

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Rick Hayward

In the later ’60s, Rick Hayward (after that referred to as Rick Birkett) was a guitarist in the Accent, playing on the respectable non-hit 1967 British psychedelic single “Red Sky during the night”/”Wind of Change.” Quickly afterward, he briefly attemptedto form a music group with Fishing rod Argent soon after …

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Bear Mountain

Vancouver’s Bear Hill produce atmospheric indie-electronic dance music that details upon such varied styles as R&B, home, and melodic pop. Originally the web solo task of digital vocalist/songwriter Ian Bevis, Keep Mountain extended to a complete music group after Bevis’ music captured the hearing of guitarist and fellow School of …

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Isley Jasper Isley

A spin-off through the Isley Brothers, bassist Marvin Isley, drummer/guitarist Ernie Isley, and their keyboardist/brother-in-law Chris Jasper worked in the Isley Brothers’ “3 + 3” music group from 1969 until 1984. They agreed upon with CBS as another entity and got substantial success using their debut LP, Broadway’s Nearer to …

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David Gahan

Synth pop wasn’t designed to have a spirit. Pioneered by German techno wizards Kraftwerk in the ’70s, digital pop music became a haven for chilly detachment. With no hollow baritone of vocalist David Gahan (delivered David Callcott), there wouldn’t end up being much fireplace in the man made grooves of …

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