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Craig Duncan

A top-notch instrumentalist and prolific manufacturer, music teacher, writer, and arranger, Nashville-based music polymath Craig Duncan has appeared on over 90 information and has produced an abundance of successful recordings for the present shop market. More developed in both country and traditional scene, and an associate of the UNITED STATES …

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White Pines

When Michigan singer/songwriter Joseph Scott’s main band, Canada, went into a protracted (ultimately permanent) hiatus at the start of 2009, Scott relocated from Michigan to Brooklyn and began focusing on solo recordings within a makeshift real estate studio room. Adapting the name Light Pines from a likewise titled 1900s North …

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Bombino

Meditative and earthy, Niger-based musician Bombino conjures the expansiveness from the Sahara landscaping. Blessed in 1980 as Goumar Almoctar in the nomadic Tuareg encampment Tidene, Bombino emerged old during much politics upheaval, fleeing along with his family members to Algeria by 1990 and time for north Niger’s largest town, Agadez, …

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Tall Tall Trees

Named following the George Jones-Roger Miller song, High High Trees may be the indie folk task of singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Mike Savino. AN EXTENDED Island indigenous, Savino performed saxophone and bass acoustic guitar in his youngsters, eventually learning jazz dual bass at THE BRAND NEW School in NEW YORK. Exposure to globe …

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JB and the Moonshine Band

East Tx outlaw honky tonk nation outfit JB as well as the Moonshine Music group were born in ’09 2009 when singer and songwriter JB Patterson made a decision to quit his advertising profession and begin a music group. He delivered an audition contact his community in support of three …

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Europa 51

A supergroup/side task involving people of Stereolab, the Great Llamas, and Laika, Europa 51 features Stereolab’s drummer/percussionist Andy Ramsay and bassist Simon Johns (also of Imitation Electric powered Piano), aswell as composer/multi-instrumentalist Steve Russell. Multi-instrumentalist Marcus Holdaway, percussionist Dominic Murcott, and guitarist John Bennett from the Great Llamas and Stereolab’s …

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Turbowolf

A shape-shifting hard rock and roll clothing from Bristol, Britain, Turbowolf supply a heady (and frequently heavy) mixture of punk, psych-rock, metallic, and electronica that invokes titles like Loss of life from Over 1979, Queens from the Rock Age group, Wolfmother, and Royal Bloodstream. Produced in 2008 throughout the abilities …

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Jeremias Session Band

Swedish heartland rockers Jeremias Session Music group made their TOP hit album debut in 2008 with Trastland. Citing affects including Evert Taube, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, and Fleetwood Macintosh, the 12-guy band is made up of Karin Wistrand (vocals, electric guitar), Staffan Ernestam (vocals, electric guitar), Ingvar Karlsson (accordion), Clas …

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Jackdawg

Jackdawg were a supergroup of kinds who hardly ever really got an opportunity to escape the blocks. A trio offering rock and roll veterans John McFee (Doobie Brothers, Clover) on electric guitar, Stu Make (Creedence Clearwater Revival) on bass, and Keith Knudsen (Doobie Brothers) on drums, Jackdawg had been formed …

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Die Stoakogler

Austrian volksmusik ensemble Pass away Stoakogler performed traditional Austrian music for more than four decades. Produced in 1968 in Gasen, Styria, Austria, Die Stoakogler originally contains three brothers: Fritz, Hans, and Reinhold Willingshofer. As Das Stoakogler Trio, the group released many albums over time you start with 1971’s Das Stoakogler …

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