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Colour Revolt

The indie rock-band Color Revolt was formed by five university students from Jackson and Oxford, MS: lead singer, guitarist, and keyboard player Jesse Coppenbarger; guitarist Jimmy Cajoleas; guitarist, key pad player, and vocalist Sean Kirkpatrick; drummer and vocalist Len Clark; and bassist Drew Mellon. Previously referred to as Fletcher, the …

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Euros Childs

Euros Childs’ playfully eccentric music vision first found the eye of discerning listeners within the ’90s, when he was the first choice of Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci, the Welsh neo-psychedelic group who all gained a potent Euro following and a little but vocal cult following in america. The group continued a …

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Gil Evans

One of many arrangers in jazz background, Gil Evans’ 3 album-length collaborations with Mls Davis (Mls Ahead, Porgy and Bess, and Sketches of Spain) are considered classics. Evans got an extended and wide-ranging profession that sometimes went parallel towards the trumpeter. Like Davis, Gil became involved with utilizing electronics within …

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Chadwick Stokes

Charles Stokes Urmston, better referred to as Chadwick Stokes, is really a Boston-based vocalist/songwriter who present achievement in the late ’90s and 2000s because the vocalist and guitarist for the groupings Dispatch and Condition Radio. A lifelong Boston indigenous, he’s also known for his activism and humanitarian initiatives and was …

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Guy Lombardo

“The Sweetest Music This Part of Heaven” was the logo design of Man Lombardo & His Royal Canadians, who by 1930 had established themselves as America’s best dance music group. Unfairly lumped along with unswinging “Mickey Mouse” rings of the period, the music of Lombardo’s clothing was in fact top-notch, …

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Bombadil

In almost all of the interviews, Durham, NEW YORK indie combo Bombadil claimed that their conceptual starting place was the folk music of Bolivia, last heard within the U.S. pop graphs approximately by no means. (Simon & Garfunkel’s “Un Condor Pasa [If I Could]” was predicated on a folk music …

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Kate Miller-Heidke

Kate Miller-Heidke was fully trained being a lead opera vocalist — soprano — and was all set into a profession of Gilbert & Sullivan assignments when pop music beckoned. She’s since turn into a piano-playing vocalist/songwriter within the Kate Bush mildew, popular on her behalf theatricality, combination of folk and …

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The Moog

Hungarian quintet the Moog were founded by Tonyo (vocals, keyboards), Gergo (drums, percussion), and Adi (acoustic guitar), three years as a child friends who bonded more than Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, and Placebo. After playing addresses and writing their very own materials, the trio people decided to switch their band right …

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Annett Louisan

Annett Louisan may be the stage name of Annett Web page, a German pop musician with cabaret flair as well as the whimsical cosmetic of female-fronted organizations like Sixpence non-e the Richer as well as the Cardigans. Her debut recording, 2004’s Bohème, peaked around the German graphs at number 3 …

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Brian Hyland

Brian Hyland’s puppy-love pop virtually described the sound and sensibility of bubblegum through the pre-Beatles era. Within the years after his teenager idol stature faded, he appreciated an innovative renaissance, releasing some underrated country-inspired initiatives and even producing a brief go back to the pop graphs. Created November 12, 1943, …

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