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Beyoncé

Probably one of the most recognizable numbers in modern music, Beyoncé rose to popularity while the central person in pop-R&B group Destiny’s Kid before getting into a multi-platinum, record-breaking single profession in 2001. Flourishing record product sales, Grammy awards, film roles, and relationship to rapper/CEO Jay-Z mixed to heighten her …

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Bob Brozman

Multi-instrumentalist, historian, and educator Bob Brozman was created in NY about March 8, 1954. His uncle, Barney Josephson, was a prominent golf club owner who went Cafe Culture in Greenwich Town, among the 1st places in NY, or anywhere, where dark and white music artists played on-stage collectively. Brozman researched …

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Beto Zapata

The frontman from the norteño group Pesado, Beto Zapata released a little bit of solo materials following the turn of the century. Hailing from Nueva Leon, Mexico, the Pesado vocalist and accordionist released single albums including Más Que Pesado (2000) and Muy Pesado (2003).

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Beny Moré

Beny Moré is the foremost singer of well-known music Cuba has ever produced. Believe Frank Sinatra or Nat Ruler Cole and you will get a concept of how he’s recognized in Cuba, and exactly how he ought to be deemed elsewhere. Within the almost half hundred years since his loss …

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Sophia Loren

The voluptuous Sophia Loren was being among the most successful international stars from the postwar era — not merely did she rise to fame being a sex symbol, but she also won a way of measuring critical acclaim seldom afforded the majority of her foreign-born contemporaries. Blessed Sofia Scicolone in …

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Sierra Maestra

Havana-based group Sierra Maestra is among the foremost bands carrying out the Cuban kid style, which appreciated its elevation of popularity within the ’20s and ’30s. Though kid experienced significant revival and restored worldwide interest because of the past due-’90s Buena Vista Public Club sensation, Sierra Maestra provided the music …

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Trio Esperança

The Trio Esperança was formed in 1958 by siblings Mário Correia José Maria, Regina Correia José Maria, and Eva Correia José Maria (Evinha), who have been respectively ten, 12, and seven at that time. They debuted in radio in 1961, at Rádio Mundial (RJ), quickly recording their 1st single, Menino …

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Amarfis y la Banda de Atakke

Amarfis Aquino, vocalist and innovator of La Banda de Atakke, was created in Sabana Grande de Boya, Dominican Republic. From a age, Amarfis could possibly be found out taking part in pots, pans, and containers in your kitchen of his uncle, Viro Mejia. A musician also, Viro arranged Amarfis on …

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Pancho Barraza

Vocalist/songwriter Pancho Barraza (given birth to Francisco Javier Barraza Rodríguez), became involved with Mexican traditional music after moving to Mazatlán and signing up for Banda San Sebastian and Banda Camino. He became los Recoditos’ leading vocalist in 1991, playing alongside brothers Miguel, Víctor, and Silvano Sarabia, Poncho Lizarraga, and Enrique …

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Tony Allen

The drummer and unofficial music movie director of the past due Fela Kuti’s music group, Africa 70, from 1968 until 1979, Tony Allen (born Tony Oladipo Allen) helped create the sounds of Afro-beat. Along with his single recordings, nevertheless, Allen offers refused to stay stagnant, incorporating dub and avant-garde hip-hop …

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