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Maryline

A fairly international upbringing (given birth to in European countries, raised in Alaska) helped form the musical route of R&B vocalist Maryline Blackburn. She released two albums in her profession, the self-titled Maryline as well as the follow-up Russian Rhapsody, the last mentioned which was documented and performed in Moscow. …

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Ben Green

Blessed and raised in NEW YORK, singer/songwriter Ben Green began using piano at age 3 and was composing music before he is at his teenagers. While participating in Skidmore University, he began to regular folk night clubs, honing his abilities which resulted in many years of peddling demos and executing …

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Neil MacArthur

In another of the odder episodes of past due-’60s English pop/rock, ex-Zombies lead singer Colin Blunstone issued three singles beneath the pseudonym of Neil MacArthur. The 45s boasted grandiose orchestral creation (by Mike Hurst) even more bombastic than anything the Zombies experienced released. Yet these were similar for some from …

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Claude Dubois

French-Canadian vocalist/songwriter Claude Dubois was created in Montreal on Apr 24, 1947. He started performing publicly as soon as age group 12, playing in an area country music group. Dubois produced his saving debut using the group Claude Dubois et Ses Montagnards. His single debut came a short while later, …

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The Flying Machine

Through the approximate twelve months of their existence being a group, from 1966 until 1967, the American quartet known as the Traveling Machine — never to end up being confused using the English Traveling Machine from the same era — had been known as that, the Traveling Machine. But beginning …

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Robert Taylor

Robert Taylor is a part-time AMG contributor who makes his living like a task manager for just one of these “Dot Com” businesses. He graduated from UCONN having a BS and received his MBA from Sacred Center University or college. A self-confessed music junkie, he continues to be studying music …

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Justin Hayward & John Lodge

The Moody Blues began a five-year hiatus in 1973, and among the first results was the Hayward/Lodge team-up referred to as the Blue Jays. The pairing was reasonable — Hayward and Lodge’s signing up for the group in 1966 acquired precipitated the transformation within their sound and helped hook them …

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Wanessa

Among Brazil’s most recognizable little pop performers, Wanessa Camargo rocketed to popularity when her initial two strikes — “O Amor Não Deixa” and “Apaixonada por Você,” both from her 2000 self-titled debut record, released even though she was even now an adolescent — topped the Hot 100 Brazil singles graph, …

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Curtiss Maldoon

Made up of guitarists and singer/songwriters Dave Curtiss and Clive Maldoon, the duo, Curtiss Maldoon, produced several ordinary, low-key rock and roll albums in the first ’70s and so are now most appreciated because of their associations with a lot more well-known musicians. Curtiss (on bass) and Maldoon had been …

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Peggy Lipton

Celebrity Peggy Lipton is most beneficial known as perhaps one of the most iconic hip chicks from the ’60s and ’70s, because of her function on the tv screen series The Mod Squad, but Lipton also enjoyed a short profession in music. Delivered in NEW YORK on August 30, 1946, …

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