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The Churchills

The Churchills are another alternative pop/rock foursome who try to pluck and pounce upon smart rock tunes, swirling harmonies, and quick melodies. Hailing from pouches of New York/New Shirt, The Churchills made an appearance on two shows of ABC’s Spin Town prior to liberating their debut, You Are Right here, …

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Autoliner

Another in an extended line of tasks for vocalist/guitarist/keyboardist Brian Leach, the energy pop trio Autoliner follows his stints within the last Gentlemen and Sugarbuzz, in addition his debut single recording. Accompanied by bassist John Ross (also previously of Monica’s Period and Vivian Section) and drummer Tom Curless, Leach attemptedto …

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Dr. Dog

The Philadelphia-based Dr. Doggie are section of a long custom of D.We.Con. pop oddballs who blend unapologetic ’60s pop worship with lo-fi documenting methods and an obvious disregard for current styles. The group started like a part-time offshoot from the even more traditional indie rock and roll act Raccoon. During …

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Big Hello

After neo-power pop group the Elvis Brothers disbanded, drummer/songwriter Brad Elvis formed a fresh outfit in past due 1994, which he dubbed Big Hi there. Despite a allergy of early staff changes, the music group built a pursuing in its hometown of Chicago and around the Midwest through considerable touring. …

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Blow Pops

Milwaukee quartet the Blow Pops were among the great indie power pop rings of the first ’90s, however they split up after only two albums, too early to really take advantage of the Internet-spawned growth of the underground power pop picture that began around 1995. Although they could be difficult …

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The Big Three

Around enough time the Beatles began recording, the best Three were among their biggest Liverpool rivals. Their then-novel power trio assault was anchored by drummer Johnny “Hutch” Hutchinson, who in fact stuffed the drum arranged for the Beatles as a crisis replacement on several gigs. Managed by Brian Epstein aswell, …

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Steve Marcus

Tenor saxophonist Steve “The Count number” Marcus was a pioneering pressure behind the introduction of what would eventually become referred to as fusion. Given birth to in NEW YORK on Sept 18, 1939, Marcus primarily wanted to play electric guitar, however when he couldn’t look for a instructor, he followed …

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The Beatles

So much continues to be said and discussed the Beatles — and their tale is indeed mythic in its sweep — that it is difficult to conclude their career without restating clichés which have recently been digested simply by tens of an incredible number of rock and roll fans. To …

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The Association

The Association was one of the most underrated groups to emerge from the mid- to later ’60s. Creators of the enviable string of strikes from 1966 through 1969, they got captured in a change in well-known culture as well as the unwritten requirements for significance for the reason that field …

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Andy White

Irish singer/songwriter Andy Light was introduced to American audiences within the middle-’90s as one-third of ALT, combined with the Hothouse Flowers’ Liam Ó Maonlaí and ex-Split Enz leader Tim Finn. White’s profession actually began ten years earlier using a 1985 EP on Stiff Information called Spiritual Persuasion. A proceed to …

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