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Mes Aïeux

Folk-rock group Mes Aïeux (My Ancestors) had been founded in 1996 by 6 Quebec musicians. Sketching on traditional personas from Quebecois folklore, the French-language group performs materials addressing modern worries like globalization, over-medication, and regional politics within a less-than-threatening grassroots bundle. Mes Aïeux shortly discovered themselves as the figurehead from …

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Rupa & the April Fishes

Although Rupa & the Apr Fishes are located in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CA, their music is a specifically locale-free design of pan-culturalism, with lead singer and songwriter Rupa Marya singing not merely in British but also in France, Spanish, Hindi, as well as the Roma language from the Gypsies. …

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Cattivi Pensieri

Italian pop band Cattivi Pensieri started playing beneath the name of Damaged Hearts, even though the band was recording its 1st album called Non Siamo Facili. The name was transformed before issuing the group’s second recording Cattivi Pensieri, this means poor thoughts, predicated on the difficulties the band got to …

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Silvia Salemi

As a kid, Italian pop singer Silvia Salemi utilized to dream about learning to be a star. While going to Palazzolo’s university or college, the artist discovered how exactly to combine her enthusiasm for music and research. In 1995, Silvia Salemi arrived in 1st place at Castrocaro’s Event having a …

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Mafia K’1 Fry

Hardcore rap collective Mafia K’1 Fry’s sprawling roster featured a few of the most respected brands in contemporary France hip-hop. Shaped in Val-de-Marne in 1995 and originally dubbed L’Union, the group was spearheaded by Ideal J head Kery James and various Teep frontman Manu Crucial; the lineup (which occasionally swelled …

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Jack Lantier

Jack port Lantier is a France singer who specialized in specifications, even though his singing profession spans multiple years, he was most productive through the 1970s for the label Vogue. Delivered André de Meyer in 1930 in Paris, he started his profession in the 1950s. His tenure for the label …

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Grégory Lemarchal

French singer Grégory Lemarchal became the 1st male champion of the favorite television show Celebrity Academy (think that American Idol), despite having been identified as having cystic fibrosis in a young age group. He released his debut recording, Je Deviens Moi, in 2005 as well as the live Olympia ’06 …

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Fonky Family

Also called La Fonky or la FF, the Fonky Family was a French hip-hop crew that hailed from Marseille. The group surfaced in 1994 and produced their initial appearance on polish over the 1995 Akhenaton (debut) single record. 1997 would start to see the Fonky Family members make a full-length …

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113

The brainchild of three friends from Vitry-sur Seine, a southern suburb of Paris, found fruition in 1996 when French hip-hop group 113 hit the scene. Beneath the wing of hip-hop collective Mafia K’1 Fry, Yohann Duport (A.P.), Karim Brahmi (Rim’ K), and Mokobe (Mokobe Traore) solid their innovative nets definately …

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Anna Maria Jopek

Born Dec 14, 1970, vocalist Anna Maria Jopek is a indigenous of Poland, and was raised hearing her indigenous folk music. She analyzed classical piano in the Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, and briefly participated in jazz research in the Manhattan College of Music. She was a contestant in …

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