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Aaron Kwok

Hong Kong-based singer, actor, and dancer Aaron Kwok is normally among Cantopop’s biggest superstars. His reputation rivals just that of fellow Hong Kong superstars Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, and Leon Lai, who are collectively referred to as the Four Heavenly Kings of Cantopop. Blessed on Oct 26, 1965, he started …

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Unkle Bob

This resolute and sombre Glasgow University, Scotland-formed indie rock quintet caused a ripple in 2006 whenever a reissue of bittersweet single ‘The Hit Parade’ received modest airplay on national r / c throughout Europe. Composed of Rick Webster (b. 1 Dec 1979, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Britain; acoustic guitar/vocals), Stuart Cartwright (b. …

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Slow Runner

Charleston, SC’s Slow Runner shaped in 2003 across the abilities of vocalist/songwriter Michael Flynn and multi-instrumentalist Josh Kaler. The music group’s melodic, laid-back mixture of Shins-inspired indie rock and roll, peppered with the casual stream of Weezer-esque power pop, 1st made an appearance in 2006 without Disassemble, accompanied by Shiv …

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Yanka Dyagileva

Perhaps one of the most difficult, disturbing, and hauntingly beautiful voices of Soviet rock and roll, Yanka Dyagileva found prominence just after her 1991 suicide, when ratings of bootlegs and concert recordings rose to the top. Her intimate and creative ties with Grazhdanskaya Oborona — creator and Russian punk rock …

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Silk

The ’70s R&B trio Silk was among the many groups to reach from that genre in the wake of classic Motown and through the heyday of their native Philadelphia scene.

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Lou Bond

Lou Connection can be an enigma mainly as the music industry appears to have forgotten about him again and again. Using a vocal design that sounded such as a raspier edition of Jackie Wilson, and an often-political musical eyesight that mixed road poetry with Memphis spirit, Connection recorded several sharpened …

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Curtis Fields

Modern R&B singer and songwriter Curtis Fields was created in Montgomery, Alabama but lived in several additional Southern cities, including Birmingham, Small Rock and roll, and Nashville. While going to Nashville’s Fisk University or college, he was area of the Fisk Jubilee Performers, an a cappella ensemble that started in …

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Melpo Mene

Erik Mattiason, the person in back of Melpo Mene, may have hardly ever reached an market beyond his indigenous Sweden if “I ENJOY You,” the lead one from his second studio room record, hadn’t been included in a favorite Volvo advert in 2008. Naming his task for the Greek muse …

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Michael Fennelly

Michael Fennelly was created in 1949 in NY but moved to L.A., where he became involved with California’s pop/protest motion. By 1967, Fennelly got secured a posting cope with songwriter/manufacturer Curt Boettcher’s Mee Moo Music and joined up with Boettcher’s studio-based collective of music artists, like the two primary groups, …

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Lindsay Fuller

Lindsay Fuller has won a keen following on her behalf tracks, which spin dark but artfully composed tales through the tragic aspect of life, aswell as her solid, emotionally forceful vocal design. Fuller was created in Birmingham, Alabama in 1980; her dad was a former professional soccer participant and her …

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