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The Busters

Wiesloch, Germany-based ska revival combo the Busters was shaped in the springtime of 1987 by vocalists Klaus Huber and Markus Sprengler, guitarist Jochen Seiterle, bassist Utmost Grittner, keyboardist Markus Schramhauser, pianist Stephan Keller, trumpeter Hardy Appich, saxophonists Hans-Jorg Fischer and Peter Quintern, trombonist Robs Gohring, drummer Stefan Breuer and percussionist …

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Byron Lee & the Dragonaires

b. 27 June 1935, Jamaica, Western world Indies. Lee and his supervisor, Ronnie Nasralla, initial come up with the Dragonaires in 1956 and proved helpful being a support action for touring performers including Harry Belafonte, and their debut one ‘Dumplins’ in 1960 was the initial release in the UK’s Blue …

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Ariel Rot

Given birth to and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ariel Rot started using “rock and roll en español” in Spain after teaming up with vocalist Alejo Stivel, drummer Manolo Iglesias, guitarist Julián Infante, and bassist Felipe Lipe in an area clothing called Tequila. Their initial record, Matrícula de Honor, emerged …

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Eternal Tears of Sorrow

Eternal Tears of Sorrow started in the north Finnish town of Pudasjärvi, where musicians Altti Veteläinen (vocals, bass), Jarmo Puolakanaho (guitar, keyboards), and Olli-Pekka Törrö (guitars, keyboards) began formulating the band (initially named Andromeda) as soon as 1991, later on demoing materials, entering and exiting the army, and finally arriving …

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The Brian Setzer Orchestra

Every decade offers its own vintage craze spearheaded by way of a true believer who brings vintage sounds and design back to vogue. Brian Setzer performed this technique not only once but double, first because the leader from the Stray Pet cats, the trio that brought rockabilly back to the …

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The Brodsky Quartet

In 1972, Michael Thomas, Ian Belton, Alex Robertson, and Jacqueline Thomas, learners between your ages of 11 and 13 on the Royal North University of Music in Manchester, made a decision to form a string quartet, naming it after Russian violinist Adolph Brodsky (1851 – 1929), former concertmaster from the …

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Muzzle

The Seattle-based alterna-pop outfit Muzzle was formed in 1994 by singers/guitarists Ryan Maxwell and Wesley Nelson, longtime friends who had previously tenured in some short-lived metal bands. Countless shuffling from the tempo section plagued the group throughout its early years, however they garnered a committed live pursuing and with time …

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Matthias Tanzmann

German home DJ/manufacturer Matthias Tanzmann represents the East German town of Leipzig, where he held a residency on the city’s top membership, the Distillery, for more than ten years and founded Moon Harbour Recordings with Andrè Quaas, who was simply then component owner from the club. Being a manufacturer he …

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Justin Hayward

Justin Hayward (b. Swindon, Oct 14, 1946; name David Justin Hayward) got his first acoustic guitar at age group nine. In 1965, he became a member of pre-Beatles British rocker Marty Wilde as an associate of his support music group, the Wild Pet cats. By the finish of 1965, Hayward …

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Dada Life

With a feeling of humor as large as their bass drops, Swedish duo Dada Life separated themselves in the EDM competition because they increased to fame through the 2010-2011 season. Stockholm-based DJs/companies Olle Corneer and Stefan Engblom emerged jointly in 2006, merging pop-leaning electro noises (the “Lifestyle” little bit) with …

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