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Described by Billboard Magazine as a “visionary composer and producer”, Karsh Kale is one of global music’s brightest stars. In the past 12 years as a solo recording artist, producer, composer, live performer and DJ, Karsh has set the world of electronic fusion on fire and has helped to create a genre of new music and culture that continues to influence an entire generation.

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Described by Billboard Magazine as a “visionary composer and producer”, Karsh Kale is one of global music’s brightest stars. In the past 12 years as a solo recording artist, producer, composer, live performer and DJ, Karsh has set the world of electronic fusion on fire and has helped to create a genre of new music and culture that continues to influence an entire generation.

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Described by Billboard Magazine as a “visionary composer and producer”, Karsh Kale is one of global music’s brightest stars. In the past 12 years as a solo recording artist, producer, composer, live performer and DJ, Karsh has set the world of electronic fusion on fire and has helped to create a genre of new music and culture that continues to influence an entire generation.

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Jay-Z said he was inspired by the power of Kuti's work and his life story, which resulted in his interest to help produce the musical. Fela! is a story about an African pioneer and political activist who made his first moves on the scene during the 1970s. Jay-Z performing at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April 2010.

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Read PN's bio and find out more about PN's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love.

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Roy Charles Hammond (born on August 3, 1939), better known as Roy C or Roy "C", is an American southern soul singer, songwriter and record executive, best known for his 1965 hit, "Shotgun Wedding". Another song, "Impeach the President", which he recorded and produced with a high school group, the Honey Drippers , has had one of the most sampled ...

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Jan Van der Roost was born in Duffel, Belgium, in 1956. He studied trombone, history of music and musical education at the Lemmensinstituut in Leuven (Louvain) and continued his studies at the Royal Conservatoires of Ghent and Antwerp, where he qualified as a conductor and a composer.

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People/Dusk / Hallucinator (in memory of Steven Lawrence) Live & DJ sets 1998 + Astro Black Morphologies: Hallucinator remix, Re-Presenting Diasporas in Cinema & New Media, Phoenix Arts Centre, Exeter, England Space Artists - The Cultural Frontiers of Space Travel, SETI Institute, Mountain View, California, USA

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Pylon played their first live show at a party on March 9, 1979. Members of The B-52's attended Pylon's third show. Fred Schneider and Kate Pierson of the B-52's were particularly supportive and helped promote Pylon's music in New York City, getting them a gig at Hurrah. Soon Pylon opened for Gang of Four in New York.

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Cachao was born in 1918 in Havana, into a family of musicians, many of them bassists—around forty or more in his extended family. As an 8-year-old bongo player, he joined a children's septet that included a future famous singer and bandleader, Roberto Faz.

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Sue Thompson (born Eva Sue McKee July 19, 1925, Nevada, Missouri) is an American pop and country music singer. She is best known for the million selling hits "Sad Movies (Make Me Cry)" and "Norman", both pop hits for her in the 1960s. At the age of seven, she was already singing and playing the guitar on stage.

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Singer/songwriter B.W. Stevenson (the "B.W." reportedly stood for "Buckwheat" – his real first name was Louis) was born October 5, 1949 in Dallas, TX.

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Brenda Lee, née Brenda Mae Tarpley (born December 11, 1944 in Atlanta, Georgia), is an American country-pop singer, who was popular during the 1950s and 1960s.In the 1960s she had more charted hits than any other woman, and only three male singers/groups (Elvis Presley, Ray Charles and The Beatles) outpaced her.

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Chris Johnson of the Daily Mail wrote, "she was supposed to be the support act. But as it turned out, Cheryl Cole ended up being the main event". In March 2010, Cole stated that she had begun working on a follow up album to 3 Words, which she hoped to release "later on in the year".

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Boy-Cott-In the Industry also earned Classified a Juno Award nomination for Rap Recording of the Year in 2006. Riding high off of Boy-Cott-In the Industry, Classified released his eleventh album Hitch Hikin' Music. Produced like previous albums by Classified himself, it is arguably some of Classified's finest work.

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Read Treblinka's bio and find out more about Treblinka's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love.

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Read Jan Lisiecki's bio and find out more about Jan Lisiecki's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love.

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Login; A new version of Last.fm is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. ... Thought You Were Mine" sold 30,000 copies locally, after being regularly played on San Francisco soul/R&B radio station KSOL and on Oakland's KDIA where it rose to #7 on the chart. ABC Records saw the group's potential and picked them ...

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He was kept as a member. The extra guitarists would soon leave the band and the group would go through the names “Feedback ” and “The Hype” before finally settling on U2. The 70s & 80s: 1978 was a jumping point year for the band, finally finding their sound / voice. U2 won a talent contest in 1978: £500 and funds to make a record.

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Roger Eugene Eno was born in Woodbridge, England in 1959. He is known primarily as an ambient composer. He began euphonium lessons at twelve and at sixteen entered Colchester College to study music.

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Sir Kenneth Arthur Dodd, OBE (8 November 1927 – 11 March 2018) was an English comedian, singer-songwriter and actor, identified by his unruly hair and protruding teeth, his red, white and blue "tickling stick" and his upbeat greeting of "How tickled I am!"

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Ian Hunter (born Ian Hunter Patterson on June 3, 1939 in Oswestry, Shropshire, England) was the lead singer of the band Mott the Hoople from 1969 until the band broke up in 1974. He has since worked as a solo artist. Hunter began his musical career on the bass guitar.

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There are, at least, four artists known as Zara. 1) A female singer/songwriter of pop music based in London. In Spring 2011 Zara Kershaw released her debut 5 track EP "Glass Silhouette". 2) A recording / performance name of Neşe Zara Yılmaz (b. 15 Jan 1976, in Istanbul), a Turkish folk singer & actress.. 3) A UK female-fronted Gary Numan covers band. 4) Zarifa Pashaevna Mgoyan, known as ...

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Lemar Obika (born 4 April 1978), professionally known as Lemar, is a British Soul and R&B Singer, Songwriter and Vocal Producer who has had a run of chart success in the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia. Biography: Lemar was born in London to Nigerian (Igbo) parents, and was raised in Tottenham, London, listening to Soul Music and R&B.

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Tupac wanted to host concerts that would be free for students who get a C or above, and wanted to build community centers and start baseball and football leagues for inner-city children. Tupac and Johnny “J” were starting up 24/7 Productions and Tupac was starting up Non-Stop Productions.

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Robert "Bob" Chilcott (born 9 April 1955) is a British choral composer, conductor, and singer, based in Oxford, England. Born in Plymouth, Chilcott sang in the Choir of King's College, Cambridge, both as a boy and as a university student. He performed the Pie Jesu of Fauré's Requiem on the 1967 recording.

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Lonnie Melvin "Mel" Tillis (August 8, 1932 - November 19, 2017) was an American country music singer and songwriter. Although he recorded songs since the late 1950s, his biggest success occurred in the 1970s, with a long list of Top 10 hits. Tillis's biggest hits include "I Ain't Never", "Good Woman Blues", and "Coca-Cola Cowboy".

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Thomas has been married to singer-songwriter Gloria Richardson since December 1968. They have three daughters: Paige (born 1970), Nora (adopted from Korea in 1978), and Erin (born in 1979). Shortly after Thomas's career began, he became dependent on drugs and alcohol which led to his marriage nearly ending and himself even coming close to death.

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The Orb is a British electronic music band known for pioneering the genre of ambient house.The Orb is heavily influenced by dub music, and much of their later output has been in the electronic dub category, more so than ambient house.. The group was formed in 1988 by Dr. Alex Paterson (full name Duncan Robert Alex Paterson) and Jimmy Cauty (one half of The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu and later ...

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Read Chelsea FC's bio and find out more about Chelsea FC's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. ... Login; A new version of Last.fm is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. ...

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Read Les Reed's bio and find out more about Les Reed's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love.

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R.E.M. was an American rock band from Athens, Georgia, formed in 1980 by drummer Bill Berry, guitarist Peter Buck, bassist/backing vocalist Mike Mills, and lead vocalist Michael Stipe. One of the first alternative rock bands, R.E.M. was noted for Buck's ringing, arpeggiated guitar style, Stipe's distinctive vocal quality and obscure lyrics, Mills's melodic basslines and backing vocals, and ...

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Sir George Ivan "Van" Morrison, OBE (generally known as Van Morrison or Van The Man) (born 31 August 1945) is a Grammy Award-winning artist from Belfast, Northern Ireland. He's a singer, songwriter, author, poet, and multi-instrumentalist, who has been a professional musician since 1958.

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Some of her teenage years were spent touring the UK with a Classical Ensemble and waitressing at Cafe Flo in Islington. She left school to pay her way through university, and eventually enrolled as a law student at Birkbeck University. At 16 she became enthralled with the music of jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald and her brother's music collection.

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CLC (Hangul: 씨엘씨; an acronym for "CrystaL Clear") is a seven-member South Korean girl group formed by Cube Entertainment in 2015. The group consists of Seunghee, Yujin, Seungyeon, Sorn, Yeeun, Elkie and Eunbin.. In 2014, Cube Entertainment teased their first girl group in five years since 4minute.Prior to their debut, CLC made their first appearance as back-up dancers for G.NA.

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Read Ron Boots's bio and find out more about Ron Boots's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love.

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You Me At Six are a 5-piece pop punk band from Weybridge, Surrey who formed in 2005. The five piece played locally until early 2007 when spring support slots with Saosin at Leeds Cockpit (03.05.07) and later Paramore at the Colchester Arts Centre (10.06.07) saw them attract media attention from the likes of Kerrang, Musicscoop and NME. In July 2007 they supported Tonight Is Goodbye on their ...

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Dee Clark (November 7, 1938 – December 7, 1990) was an American rhythm & blues and soul singer best known for a string of R&B and pop hits in the late 1950s and early 1960s, including the ballad "Raindrops," which became a million-seller in the United States in 1961. He was born Delecta Clark in Blytheville, Arkansas, and moved to Chicago in ...

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Marjan is an Iranian singer and former actress who rose to fame as a singer with the song "Kavire Del", after which she quit acting. She left Iran after the revolution and currently lives in Los Angeles, California, United States. Eventually, she did not turn out to sing anymore between 2000-2010.

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R. L. Burnside (November 23, 1926 – September 1, 2005), born Robert Lee Burnside, was an American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist who lived much of his life in and around Holly Springs, Mississippi. He played music for much of his life, but did not receive much attention until the early 1990s.

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ARASH is a Platinum-selling Swedish singer and producer whose music is also certified gold in many European countries. Whether he’s singing in his mother tongue (Farsi) on his own chart-topping releases, singing in English with some of the worlds biggest names, including: Shaggy, Sean Paul, T-Pain and Snoop Dogg, he is the only artist of Persian heritage to release four albums and thirty ...

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Roy Harper has been responsible for some of the most extraordinary music made over a period which itself has been extraordinary for the way in which music itself has expanded and developed. For about 65 years, from the end of second-world war, there was an explosion in the complexity and ambition of (non classical) music.

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Flo Rida received worldwide acclaim and popularity with the chart-topping success of his first single, "Low", featuring T-Pain. It was his first official single from his debut album Mail On Sunday and the soundtrack to the movie Step Up 2 The Streets. "Low" reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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In the winter of 1984, Pat gave Key West Florida and the famed old Hemingway hangout, Sloppy Joe's Bar a taste of the sounds of "The coolest SOB in The World"; (a moniker some fans had hung him with) The enormous nightly crowds of college students and tourists from the world over took to Pat Dailey immediately.

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The Crestones toured with Peter & Gordon mid 1960's and appeared on TV in 1965 and Tackle Skin Cream (radio) commercials. Also…Last but not least…Even The Beach Boys loved The Crestones. Listen to the FULL version of the song BARBARA ANN by the BEACH BOYS.

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Alt-J (sometimes stylised ∆) was formed when Gwil Sainsbury (guitar, bass), Joe Newman (guitar, vocals), Gus Unger-Hamilton (keyboards), and Thom Sonny Green (drums) met at Leeds, UK University in 2007. The band currently resides in Cambridge. Unger-Hamilton studied English Literature; the other three Fine Art. In their second year of studies, Newman showed Sainsbury a handful of his own ...

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Arlissa (born Arlissa Joann Ruppert) is a singer-songwriter of half German and half American descent, raised in Crystal Palace, London. Arlissa began writing music whilst still at school, studying for her A-levels. At 19 years old she was signed to London Records and then with Jay Z ’s Roc Nation. "I was writing and recording with a friend.

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Although the "new" club audiences had lost interest in "show" bands and became obsessed with packed dance floors, there emerged an audience outside the club scene still wanting to be entertained. At the dawn of the New Millennium, LaFlavour suddenly found themselves in demand to deliver concert performances, particularly during the summer months.

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Jim Morrison is also sometimes referred to by the nicknames The Lizard King and Mr Mojo Risin' (anagram of Jim Morrison) 2. Jim Morrison is a guitarist based in Pasadena, TX, United States, who makes jazz and instrumental music. Some of his recent tracks (available on Spotify) include 'Revelation Visited', 'Dreamy' and 'Laguna Madre'.

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John Robert Cocker OBE (20 May 1944 – 22 December 2014), better known as Joe Cocker, was an English rock singer. He was known for his gritty voice, spasmodic body movement in performance, and distinctive versions of popular songs of varying genres.

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