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Chris Mann

A classically trained singer, Christopher Michael (“Chris”) Mann found the public’s attention while showing up like a contestant about the second time of year of NBC’s The Tone of voice in 2012. Mann was raised in Wichita, Kansas, graduating from Wichita Southeast SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in 2000, and went to …

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Slaid Cleaves

The music of Austin-based singer/songwriter and guitarist Slaid Cleaves is rooted in country and traditional folk songs, nonetheless it is uncommon enough to get held fascination with a sea of singer/songwriters over the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s. While he released a small number of recordings through the early ’90s, he …

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Stephen Fearing

Vocalist/songwriter Stephen Fearing was created within the mid-’60s in Vancouver, but spent the majority of his boyhood in Dublin, where he found the traces of Celtic folk that color his music. He came back to Canada within the middle-’80s, and started playing night clubs and celebrations in the region. Fearing …

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Shelby Flint

Pop vocalist Shelby Flint earned a huge strike in 1961 with “Angel in My Make.” In the past due ’50s she was agreed upon being a songwriter by Western world Coast publisher/article writer Barry De Vorzon, who took her to Cadence, where “I’LL Like You” (1958) flopped. Flint after that …

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Patti Page

The best-selling female singer through the 1950s, Patti Web page in lots of ways described the decade of earnest, novelty-ridden adult pop with throwaway hits like “The Doggie within the Screen” and “I Visited Your Wedding.” By performing an array of well-known materials and her personal talk about of novelty …

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Tret Fure

Pop/rocker Tret Fure’s personal history is really as diverse seeing that her many music talents. Blessed in Iowa, she was raised in Illinois and Michigan’s higher peninsula, turning professional at 16 to sing in coffeehouses and on university campuses before shifting to the Western world Coast to wait the School …

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Tracy Lawrence

Area of the business rise of rock-tinged honky tonk in the first ’90s, Tracy Lawrence was among the decade’s most dependable country hitmakers. Created in Atlanta, TX, in 1968, he was raised mainly in Foreman, AR, where he assimilated traditional and outlaw nation in addition to Southern rock and roll. …

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Paul Anka

One of the primary teenager idols from the later ’50s, Paul Anka moved to the adult sphere many years afterwards and became an effective performer, songwriter, music businessman, and saving artist, remaining thus well in to the new millennium. Delivered in Ottawa, Ontario, in 1941 to parents of Lebanese Christian …

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Tony Elman

Elman is among the better hammer dulcimer players around. He provides marketed over 400,000 copies of his recordings. His music can be a combined mix of folk and new-age.

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Patrick Park

Raised within the American southwest, singer/songwriter Patrick Park started composing music and playing in rings like a middle-school student. His mom was a released poet and his dad was deep-rooted in folk and blues, as well as the youthful Recreation area — whose family members resided a stone’s toss from …

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