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The Band

For roughly half of a 10 years, from 1968 through 1975, the Band was one of the most well-known and influential rock and roll groups on earth, their music embraced by critics (and, to some somewhat lesser level, the general public) as seriously because the music from the Beatles as …

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Taxiride

Australian harmony quartet Taxiride distance themselves in the choreographed dancing vocal “boy bands” of their own time, observing themselves stylistically even more as an updated version of Crosby Stills Nash and Youthful, but definitely a band rather than group of all those. For the 3 years prior to arriving jointly …

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Spanic Boys

The daddy and son team of Tom and Ian Spanic, of Milwaukee, WI, became the darling from the critics in the later ’80s and early ’90s, if they released three albums for Rounder Information. Known because of their loud, extreme, fiery electric guitar playing, their music could greatest be referred …

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The Neales

Composed of a dad and his three sons, the Neales had been a vocal group with design and family members values. Former attorney Laurie Neale started singing quite past due in his lifestyle, due, partly, to near tragedy. At 49 years of age, Laurie experienced an nearly fatal coronary attack; …

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The Cactus Blossoms

The Cactus Blossoms sound uncannily such as a sibling harmony act that simply stepped from the stage from the Grand Ol’ Opry or the Louisiana Hayride in the ’40s or ’50s, and there’s reasonable for your — guitarists and singers Web page Burkum and Jack port Torrey are brothers (Jack …

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Shimmering Stars

Vancouver-based dream pop trio Shimmering Famous actors filter the dark undertones of ‘50s and ‘60s influences like Del Shannon and Phil Spector through today’s lens to make a haunting, poignant tone that sounds equivalent parts familiar and new. The band, made up of guitarists Rory McClure and Clint Lofkrantz, bassist …

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The Coydogs

Bridging the space between two distinct eras of American and English popular music — the soul and country from the ’50s and ’60s as well as the snotty, rebellious seems of punk rock and roll circa the ’70s — New York’s (Brooklyn, to become correct) the Coydogs (Darian Zahedi, guitar …

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The Blue Shadows

The country-rock group Blue Shadows released two albums during its laborious existence in the ’90s. The 1st album drew solid reviews that are positive by most critics, surpassing also the above-standard desires that were positioned on the debut discharge. Associates of the group had been vocalist and guitarist Jeffrey Hatcher, …

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The Jet Set

When Roger (after that Jim) McGuinn, Gene Clark, and David Crosby met in LA in 1964 and made a decision to form an organization, they originally called themselves the Aircraft Collection. As the Aircraft Set they hardly if performed in public areas, but they do record quite prolifically, as supervisor …

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We Are Vikings

Harmony-laden melodic pop straddling the line between English Invasion rock and hazy California pop, We Are Vikings created in 1999 using the conference of multi-instrumentalists Mike Scutari and Ed Donohue in the faculty city of Harrisonburg, VA. Scutari, who experienced currently released 20 albums under numerous pseudonyms and with rings …

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