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Kaada

An equally diverse and prolific musician, Norway’s Kaada provides explored building music within the confines of a music group, as a single artist, so when a composer. Blessed John Erik Kaada, he started making music young, getting his initial synthesizer at age group ten and executing in the music group …

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Loudon Wainwright III

Loudon Wainwright III was raised in the city of Bedford in wealthy Westchester Region north of NEW YORK, the child of Loudon S. Wainwright, Jr., a article writer and editor at Existence magazine and a primary descendant of colonial governor Peter Stuyvesant. Wainwright became a folk vocalist/songwriter in the past …

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Lord Buckley

“A many immaculately hip aristocrat,” Lord Buckley was the epitome of comedy great; a onetime vaudeville performer along with a hulking ex-lumberjack, he was a comic philosopher, a bop monologuist whose vocalese fused the rhythms and patois of the road using the arch elegance from the English upper crust to …

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Howlin’ Wolf

In the annals from the blues, there’s never been anyone that can compare with the Howlin’ Wolf. Six feet three and near 300 pounds in his salad times, the Wolf was the primal drive from the music spun out to its supreme summary. A Robert Johnson might have possessed even …

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Beat Circus

Produced in 2002 by singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Brian Carpenter, Boston-based outfit Defeat Circus spin cabaret, gospel, progressive rock and roll, and Appalachian string music to their very own signature mixture of dark, funereal Americana. The music group, which includes a spinning cast of music artists, released Ringleaders Revolt on Innova …

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Ditch Croaker

Ditch Croaker played the type of muddy, noisy rock and roll which has brought popularity to numerous other bands using their hometown of Hoboken, NJ. The trio, comprising Tim Newman on vocals and acoustic guitar, Tim Floyd on bass, vocals and keyboards, and Tim Barnes on drums, vocal and percussion, …

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Ed Harcourt

Following the demise of his previous band, Snug, British songwriter Ed Harcourt released a short-lived career being a chef while continuing to create his own songs. A enthusiast of Tom Waits and Jeff Buckley, he quickly empty the kitchen and only a single songwriting career, one which discovered him progressing …

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Grayson Capps

A literate and impassioned songwriter whose melody characters tend to be caught barely dangling on on the sides of American lifestyle, Grayson Capps is a little bit such as a New Orleans edition of Tom Waits, albeit even more of a root base rocker in actual music execution. Capps was …

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Kasey Anderson

Along with his world-weary voice and gritty, narrative-driven songs, Kasey Anderson has drawn comparisons to Americana and alt-country artists like Steve Earle, Tom Waits, Nebraska-era Bruce Springsteen, and Ryan Adams. Jumping between your folk moments of Bellingham, WA, and Portland, OR, Anderson has turned into a regional favorite and it …

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Chuck E. Weiss

The best scene-maker, Chuck E. Weiss offers spent a profession hobnobbing using the awesome and popular in rock’s hierarchy while hardly pursuing a profession of his personal. Created in Denver, Weiss was originally a drummer, touring with bluesman Lightnin’ Hopkins. From the past due ’60s, Weiss got performed and/or documented …

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