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Amie Miriello

Boasting a robust, slightly raspy performing voice as well as the stage presence to spotlight it, guitarist/songwriter Amie Miriello also offers the rock and roll and pop smarts to become more than simply another pretty encounter in a few video. Centered out of Stanford, CN, Miriello began writing track lyrics …

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The Rescues

Dubbed by some in the music industry as another torch bearers in the prolonged type of that state’s supergroup lineage (i.e., the Eagles, Fleetwood Macintosh, etc.) the Rescues had been a trio of well-established singe/songwriters who acquired pedigrees and knowledge with a number of the biggest brands in rock and …

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Susan Cagle

A common face in NY subways since 2002, singer Susan Cagle was signed to an archive deal when maker Jay Levine saw her taking part in in the Herald Square Road train station at 34th Road. Cagle, who spent her child years traveling the globe with her family members — …

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Amy Cook

California-raised, Texas-based singer/songwriter Amy Cook spent her formative years carving away a distinct segment as an enterprising, 3rd party artist in LA, self-releasing records and collecting revenue from paths that she certified to film and television. Weary from the grind, Make eventually produced her way towards the Western world Texas …

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Alissa Moreno

Pianist/vocalist Alissa Moreno is a heartfelt singer/songwriter having a knack for romantic and melodic modern pop tracks. A indigenous of Albuquerque, NM, where her parents trained on the Navajo booking, Moreno can be the granddaughter of drummer Bob Moreno, who used Mel Torm√©, amongst others. Urged by her grandfather to …

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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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Glen Phillips

Blessed in Santa Barbara, CA, Glen Phillips served as the frontman and primary songwriter for Toad the Damp Sprocket before starting his single profession in 2001. Toad the Moist Sprocket took form in 1986, when Phillips was just 14 years of age, as well as the band’s debut work, Breads …

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The Girl Bros.

THE LADY Brothers were an alias for the duo of Wendy & Lisa, the former members of Prince’s backing band the Trend, who recorded their first self-titled solo LP in 1987; ten years afterwards they teamed with manufacturer Tchad Blake because of their debut album, the lady Bros., released in …

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The Calling

Co-founded in 1999 by vocalist Alex Band and guitarist Aaron Kamin, the Calling discovered a residential amongst such ready-for-radio rock acts of the first 21st hundred years as Matchbox 20, Train, and Fastball. Kamin and Music group, both natives of LA, co-founded the group as teens (Kamin was dating Band’s …

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Love Psychedelico

Shaped in 1997 by two friends at Toyko’s Aoyama Gakuin College or university, singer/guitarist Kumi and guitarist/bassist/keyboardist Naoki Sato spent a couple of years self-releasing their music before these were authorized to Japanese label Triumph in 1999. In 2001 their debut recording, The Greatest Strikes, including the singles “Woman Madonna/Yuutsu …

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