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Adam Carolla

A comedic performer who followed a most unlikely (and circuitous) path into present business, Adam Carolla pursued professions being a carpenter and boxing trainer before entering the superstar arena, first on radio, as the co-host from the call-in plan Loveline contrary psychotherapist Dr. Drew Pinsky. This program netted such an …

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Neal Pollack

Neal Pollack has claimed to become the best living American article writer, author of a lot more than 50 books, and champion of each literary prize, but even more accurately, he’s a biting satirist pulling the leg from the reading open public. In his publication the Neal Pollack Anthology of …

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Stan & Doug

A Pacific Northwest musical-comedy duo led by Stan Boreson, the self-described “Ruler of Scandinavian Laughter,” and his partner in criminal offense, Doug Setterberg, Everett, Washington’s Stan & Doug were well-regarded regional radio and tv personalities through the 1960s and ’70s. Pursuing in the footsteps of Tacoma’s Yogi Yorgesson, the stage …

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Ryan Beatty

Ryan Beatty is usually a performer whose career displays how YouTube and social networking may transform a small-town skill into a global phenomenon. Beatty was created in Clovis, California on Sept 25, 1995. The 5th of six kids, he developed a pastime in music in his early teenagers (his favorites …

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Brute Force

Brute Force, blessed Stephen Friedland in Shirt Town, NJ in 1940, was initially attracted to the stage at age eight following watching his mom act in various plays on the Shirt Town Jewish Community Middle Theatre. Friedland continuing to hone his efficiency skills throughout senior high school both on-stage and …

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Bauer

Translated as “Poultry,” the Dutch duo of Bauer shaped when founder Berend Dubbe remaining the Dutch pop/rock outfit Bettie Serveert in July of 1999 and went it by himself having a eight monitor machine and a small number of slightly oddball ’60s and ’70s pop melodies. His 1st solo work …

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Steve Mason

The songscrap producer and haunted vocalist who made the Beta Music group among the brightest lighting in Great Britain’s post-Brit-pop world, Steve Mason was created in Edinburgh and formed the group through the middle-’90s. The Beta Music group was originally a duo comprising Mason and Gordon Anderson, although Anderson remaining …

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Dormouse Choir

The Boston-based group the Dormouse Choir spins a quirky design of traditional American music, somewhere within the trunk alleys of vaudeville and dark hill hollows of Appalachia, that’s guaranteed to “blow turn up your nose, shovel bees within your socks, and screw a light-bulb within your socket.”

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Hamish Kilgour

Hailing from Dunedin, New Zealand, drummer/vocalist/songwriter Hamish Kilgour shaped the Clean in 1978 along with his sibling David, going to become an eternally obscure but massively influential group and among the front-runners for the seems that had become referred to as kiwi pop, college rock and roll, and finally alternative …

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4 Out of 5 Doctors

Washington, DC-based, brand-new influx/power pop clothing 4 Out of 5 Doctors shaped in the later ’70s across the abilities of guitarist/keyboardist Jeff Severson, guitarist George Pittaway, bassist/vocalist Cal Everett, and drummer Tom Ballew. Though they just documented two albums, an eponymous 1980 debut and 1982’s Second Opinion, the music group’s …

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