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Jacob Latimore

Professional and pop-R&B vocalist Jacob Latimore got his initial taste of popularity at an extremely early age, when his initial one, the 2005 discharge “CLOSEST FRIEND,” was played on Radio Disney. Put into Radio Disney’s Incubator plan, Latimore performed with fellow kid artists and made an appearance on Maury Povich’s …

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Matt Easton

Vocalist/guitarist Matt Easton continues to be in comparison to Neil Finn and Chris Isaak, however in the first ’90s, Easton simply desired his music to become heard, a desire that propelled Easton’s music group the Jenny Point onto TV’s Star Search. Easton created the Jenny Thing at U.C. Berkeley, CA, …

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The Law

REGULATIONS was a short-lived, not-quite-realized AOR supergroup centered around vocalist Paul Rodgers (Free of charge, Bad Business, the Company) and drummer Kenney Jones (the tiny Faces, the Encounters, latter-day Who). Both teamed up with the thought of using different helping musicians, to be able to enable Rodgers to go after …

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Neïmo

A feisty French rock-band whose music combines components of brash brand-new wave rock and roll and sleek electronic pop, Neïmo is that rare Gallic music group that performs mainly in British. Featuring Bruno Alexandre on business lead vocals, Camille Troillard on electric guitar, Matthieu Joly on keyboards, and Alexis Hadefi …

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Jibe

Arriving from Dallas and using a resident quartet made up of vocalist Joe Grah, Toby Bittenbender (guitar), Corey Trato (bass), and Ben Jeffries (drums), Jibe possess consistently built a good career given that they put together in 1994. Disposing stalwart music of alternative rock and roll magnified by Grah’s strenuous …

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La Fuga

Spanish rock-band La Fuga were blessed in July of 1996 in Reinosa, a little industrial town southern of Cantabria. Edu (drums), Rulo (electric guitar and tone of voice), Fito (business lead guitar and tone of voice), and Inaki (bass) all still left previous rings behind hoping of forming a good …

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Jean LeClerc

Québécois rock and roll provocateur Jean Leclerc was the leading exponent from the Francophone pop renaissance from the 1990s. Frequently in comparison to Lou Reed for his seedy imagery and enigmatic vocals, he liked his greatest industrial achievement as Jean Leloup, an alias he finally retired nearly a quarter hundred …

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Peter Jay

Given birth to in Norfolk, Britain in 1944, drummer Peter Jay formed the Jaywalkers even though attending Norwich University in 1960. The lineup for the mainly instrumental band contains Pete “Hype” Miller (acoustic guitar), Tony Webster (tempo guitar), Mac pc McIntyre (saxophone), Lloyd Baker (piano), Johnny Larke (electrical bass), and …

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Joe Sib

After many years of coping with rowdy audiences as the frontman having a punk rock-band, Joe Sib had the perfect training for his second career like a standup comic, knowing all too well how to proceed when hecklers give him trouble. A indigenous Californian, Joe Sib (created Joseph Subbiondo) was …

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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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