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Bent

Based from the sheriff-friendly town of Nottingham, England, the duo of Simon Mills and Neil “Toe nail” Tolliday fulfilled as housemates and shaped the flippantly picturesque Bent — an organization earmarking a full page approximately an early on morning Air along with a less cacophonic Bentley Rhythm Ace. Sonically, the …

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The Love Generation

Of the numerous sunlight pop groups that proliferated in Southern California in the later ’60s, the Love Generation were perhaps one of the most wholesome and downright sunniest. “Sunniest” isn’t necessarily associated with “greatest,” also to get a genre known as “sunlight pop.” The Appreciate Generation’s records had been about …

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The Lost Trailers

The framework for country band the Lost Trailers ‘s been around since guitarist and songwriter Stokes Nielson and a higher school friend of his from Atlanta, keyboardist/vocalist Ryder Lee, released the independent CD THE STORYPLOT of the brand new Age Cowboy. It exercised therefore well that Nielson required the songs …

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Bernthøler

Belgian post-punk group Bernthøler were barely a cult item throughout their brief existence within the 1980s, however they scored a little worldwide hit, “My Suitor,” that’s now seen as a minimal traditional of Belgian pop. Bernthøler had been produced in nov 1981 by Simon Rigot on electric guitar and saxophone, …

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Natalie Hemby

Natalie Hemby 1st gained see as popular songwriter for Miranda Lambert, Small Big City, and Toby Keith, penning the strikes “Light Liar,” “Only Prettier,” and “Auto” (all recorded by Lambert), “Pontoon” and “Tornado” (two strikes by Small Big City), and “Wines After Function” (Keith). After building this réamounté, Hemby struck …

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Simple Minds

Best known within the U.S. for his or her 1985 number 1 hit “NOT (JUST FORGET ABOUT Me)” through the film The Breakfast time Club, Scotland’s Basic Minds progressed from a post-punk artwork rock band affected by Roxy Music right into a grand, epic-sounding pop music group such as U2. …

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Betty Harris

Famous in deep soul circles for the disastrous ballad “Weep if you ask me,” singer Betty Harris was created in Orlando, Florida, in 1941 and elevated primarily in Alabama. The kid of preachers, her deep chapel origins conflicted with her wish to sing secular spirit music, with 17 she remaining …

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Simple Plan

Simple Program is among Canada’s most effective punk-pop acts, having a lineup made up of former senior high school pals Pierre Bouvier (vocals), Jeff Stinco (electric guitar), David Desrosiers (bass), Sebastien Lefebvre (electric guitar), and Chuck Comeau (drums). The quintet originally came jointly when Comeau and Bouvier founded Reset at …

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Switchfoot

After gaining a foothold within the contemporary Christian music scene, Switchfoot went mainstream with 2003’s THE STUNNING Letdown, a double-platinum album that straddled the line between sacred and secular rock and roll music. Years before Switchfoot’s industrial discovery, though, the group battled to produce a dent within the San Diego …

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The Black Watch

The lone constant of California’s long-running Dark View is John Andrew Fredrick, an anglophile having a Ph.D. in British from the University or college of California at Santa Barbara. Because the past due ’80s, Fredrick offers sporadically released well-regarded albums which have obtained comparisons to the home of Like, the …

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