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Th’ Dudes

New Zealand’s Th’ Dudes were among the largest stars in the Kiwi pop picture during the past due 1970s. Shaped in middle-1976 through the ashes of the group Chillum, they originally comprised vocalist Peter Ulrich, guitarists Dave Dobbyn and Ian Morris, bassist Peter Coleman (afterwards changed by Lez Light) and …

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Charanga America

The Bronx-based Charanga America was among the premier charangas in NEW YORK during the later ’70s and early ’80s, and even though the group’s profile waned over time as the dance fell out of style, the remained fitfully active on-stage in the decades that followed. Structured around bandleader/conguero George Maysonet …

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7th Wonder

A self-contained spirit and funk group away of Alabama, 7th Question notched many dance hits in the mid- to later ’70s and early ’80s, and used the Seven Miracles of the Globe connection with small subtlety, borrowing the picture from the pyramid at Giza as their brand as well as …

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Wooden Joe Nicholas

Wooden Joe Nicholas was one of the most primitive trumpeters to record in New Orleans. He was probably perhaps most obviously in his start for his extremely loud volume as well as for his stamina, important possessions for brassmen at parades. By enough time Nicholas (the uncle of clarinetist Albert …

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Dan Paisley

Bob Paisley and banjo picker Ted Lundy formed the Southern Hill Young boys in 1964, focusing on hard-driving traditional bluegrass. They documented four albums between 1973 and 1978 before significant hip problems pressured Paisley to stage back. Later on he re-formed the group as the Southern Lawn, which can be …

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The Jezabels

Australian quartet the Jezabels shimmer using their anthemic, empowering method of indie pop. Composed of vocalist Hayley Mary, guitarist Samuel Lockwood, pianist/keyboardist Heather Shannon, and drummer Nik Kaloper, the group produced in 2007 after conference at the School of Sydney, though Mary and Lockwood understood one another previously, having both …

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TV/TV

NEW YORK quartet Television/Television were formed in 2006 by longtime friends Josh Sea (vocals and electric guitar) and Joe Esposito (electric guitar), acquiring their name from several media-sharp Berkeley learners in the 1970s who known as themselves “TVTV” and specific in asking politicians challenging queries while filming the replies with …

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La Chicane

Quebec-based Francophone rock group La Chicane perform heartfelt folk-inflected adult modern pop. The music group released its debut recording, En Catimini, in 1999. After that La Chicane possess released a small number of albums, including Disparu in 2000, Ent’nous Autres in 2003, as well as the retrospective 1998-2006 in 2006.

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Mamas Gun

Mamas Gun certainly are a five-piece music group located in London, fronted by singer/composer/manufacturer Andy Platts. Platts is normally supported by bassist “Teacher” Rex Horan, keyboardist Dave “Eighties” Burnell Oliver, guitarist Terry “Spiller” Lewis, and drummer “Union” Jack port Pollitt. The band’s homage to ’70s and early-’80s period blue-eyed spirit …

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Booker T. Washington

It isn’t surprising which the loose-knit Crazy Tchoupitoulas aggregation of New Orleans could have an musician of the name amidst its gumbo container of performers. This Booker T. Washington shouldn’t be baffled with either the Kansas Town jazz brassman, the Chicago drummer, or the Delta blues maestro who utilized the …

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