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A Thousand Horses

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A Thousand Horses was started by Michael Hobby Bill Satcher, who have been creating rock music infused with traditional American flavors of the southeastern US. A Thousand Horses blends the styles of blues, R and B, and good old slashing guitars, bass & drums in a terrific original sound. After several lineup changes over the years, Michael and Bill... read full bio

A.j. Croce

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A.J. Croce recorded two CDs for Private Music: his self-titled debut, A.J. Croce," produced by T-Bone Burnett and John Simon, and "That's Me In The Bar." Croce's third release, "Fit To Serve," was recorded in Memphis, and produced by Jim Gaines, who had previously produced Van Morrison, Santana, and The Steve Miller Band. He then took a musical turn with... read full bio

Aaron Neville

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Aaron Neville is a Blues and Pop artist and the third of the four famous Neville Brothers of New Orleans. With one of the most distinctive and refined tenor voices in pop music, Aaron Neville's rhythm-and-blues style has become synonymous with quality and beauty. In the 1950s-1960s Aaron Neville performed with his brothers as the Hawketts, Later as the Neville... read full bio

Allen Stone

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Allen Stone is an American singer. He is best known for his YouTube hit, Unaware. His live performance of Unaware on YouTube has been viewed over 2,000,000. The singer-songwriter from the tiny backwoods town of Chewelah, Washington just sees himself as a hippie with soul. One look at his long, curly blond hair and thick-rimmed glasses brings home the first... read full bio

Allen Toussaint

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Allen Toussaint is one of America's greatest musical treasures. Singer, pianist, songwriter, arranger, and producer - the New Orleans native has been making hit records for over forty years. His massive influence on American music reaches deep into the idioms of rhythm and blues, pop, country, musical theater, blues and jazz. He's collaborated with the likes of Paul McCartney. Paul... read full bio

Allison Crowe

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Allison Crowe is a Canadian singer, songwriter, guitarist, and pianist. She began performing professionally in 1996 at age 15, doing regular sets in the coffee houses and bars of Vancouver Island. Crowe grew up surrounded by jazz, classical and rock music, and discovered additional influences on her own. Her most mentioned characteristics are her remarkable live performance ability and... read full bio

Amos Lee

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Amos Lee is an American singer-songwriter whose musical style encompasses folk, rock and soul. His self-titled debut album is full of folk and soul, with a jazz twist. The Flower Songfacts album, debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 with 40,000 copies sold in its first week. At the age of only 27, Amos Lee has enjoyed notable success with... read full bio

Ana Popovic

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Ana Popović is a blues guitarist and singer. She formed the band Hush. Hush performed rhythm and blues, but also incorporated elements of funk and soul into their sound. The band had their first performance in the club Vox. Hush performed across the globe. Hush got the invitation to perform at the Fifth International Blues, Jazz, Rock and Gastronomic Festival... read full bio

Atlanta Rhythm Section

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The Atlanta Rhythm Section... ARS... In the annals of rock and roll, where do they fit They put out 15 albums of excellent original material, and consistently put on entertaining live shows-both of which helped establish a broad if not huge fan base. They had some big hits and have been a major player in the Southern Rock scene. But... read full bio

Band of Heathens

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Band of Heathens is a Texas based Americana-Rock band that broke the mold when their first two releases were live recordings. They didn't even use a setlist until winning Best New Band at the Austin Music Awards. They've created a unique and cohesive sound that stems from their songwriting background and relaxed vibe early on. ... read full bio

BeauSoleil

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Since forming in 1975, Grammy winners BeauSoleil have claimed their undisputed role as the most esteemed Cajun group in music. BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet take the rich Cajun traditions of Louisiana and artfully blend elements of zydeco, New Orleans jazz, Tex-Mex, country, blues and more into a satisfying musical recipe. From The Grand Ole Opry to Newport Folk, from concert... read full bio

Beverly McClellan

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Blues/Rock phenomenon and NBC's The Voice finalist, Beverley McClellan's current release, Fear Nothing, hit number 2 on the Top Blues Albums charts and charted for 10 months, and also charted on Top Heatseekers and Top 100 and 200. She supported Steve Vai on his world tour and sang John the Revelator on his 2012 release, as well as shows with... read full bio

Big Sugar

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Led by Gordie Johnson on guitar and vocals, BIG SUGAR consists of Kelly "Mr. Chill" Hoppe on harmonica and saxophone, Garry Lowe on bass, Stephane "Bodean" Beaudin on drums and Friendlyness, who besides keyboards handles toasting duties for the band. It is hard to find a fan of the band who has not found ways to attend multiple live performances,... read full bio

Bonnie Raitt

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Bonnie Raitt, daughter of the late Broadway star John Raitt, broke out to commercial success with her album titled "Nick of Time." Bonnie Raitt is one of the few women to play bottleneck guitar. Some of her hits include "Runaway," "Thing Called Love," "Love Has No Pride," "Give It Up or Let Me Go," "True Love Is Hard to... read full bio

Brothers Osborne

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Brothers Osborne or John and TJ Osborne, the music came from their upbringing. Being from Deale, Maryland, their close-nit-family of seven spent most nights not in front of the television, but writing and playing songs. From the first note, you could tell that these two were born and raised MUSICIANS. Every note, every beat and every word... read full bio

Bruce Willis Blues Band

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Although the public primarily knows Bruce Willis as one of the biggest movie stars of all time, he is also a world-class musician. Bruce Willis released his debut album The Return of Bruno. An eclectic gathering of R&B music and blues, the album peaked at #14 on the Billboard 200 charts with the leadoff single Respect Yourself" hitting #5 on... read full bio

Buddy Guy

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Any discussion of Buddy Guy invariably involves a recitation of his colossal musical resume and hard-earned accolades. He's a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, a chief guitar influence to rock titans like Hendrix, Clapton, Beck, and Vaughan, a pioneer of Chicago's fabled West Side sound, and a living link to that city's halcyon days of electric blues. Buddy... read full bio

Canned Heat

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A groundbreaking blues/rock band, their niche in music history was secured with their performances at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival and the original Woodstock Festival in 1969. For 44 years, they have played everything from motorcycle festivals to charity shows, while recording 34 albums and selling millions of records. Canned Heat has had three #1 worldwide hits that continue to... read full bio

Carrie Rodriguez

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Carrie Rodrigues is a Mexican-American singer/songwriter from Texas. Her southern roots helped her establish her unique sounds. Carrie Rodriguez uses different instruments including a fiddle, mandobird, and tenor guitar very often in her music. Her touring band members as well have unique instruments that help create Carrie's sound. Her first album was a duet recorded with artist Chip Taylor in... read full bio

Charles Bradley

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Charles Bradley was raised in Brooklyn, New York. He lived most of his childhood on the streets, but had one good childhood memory when his sister took him to see James Brown at The Apollo. Browns performance left a strong impression on Bradley and inspired him to get off the streets and become something. Charles learned how... read full bio



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