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Ángel Agustín María Carlos Fausto Mariano Alfonso del Sagrado Corazón Lara y Aguirre del Pino (30 October 1900 – 6 November 1970) was a famous Mexican composer who is also considered a musical poet.Beter known as Agustín Lara, he was born in Tlacotalpan, Veracruz, Mexico.Later, the Lara family had to move again to the capital, establishing their house in the borough of Coyoacán.

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Ángel Agustín María Carlos Fausto Mariano Alfonso del Sagrado Corazón Lara y Aguirre del Pino (30 October 1900 – 6 November 1970) was a famous Mexican composer who is also considered a musical poet.Beter known as Agustín Lara, he was born in Tlacotalpan, Veracruz, Mexico.

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Ebi left Iran in 1977 (two years before the Iranian Islamic Revolution which took place in 1979), for a series of concerts in USA. He released more than 20 albums in more than 30 years. He has worked with well-known poets like Ardalan Sarfaraz, Iraj Janatie Ataie , Shahyar Ghanbari , Masoud Hooshmand, Amir Farrokh Tajalli, Masoud Amini, Leila ...

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The 26 year old Pittsburg (Cali not Pennsylvania) native known as A-Wax grew up like most youngsters in the hood, playing sports, video games and listening to their favorite rappers. As the years went by though the small San Francisco suburb of Pittsburg became plagued with the same problems of any other major city.

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KRS-One (born Lawrence Parker on August 20, 1965 in Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York) is an American hip-hop MC. Over his career he has been known by several pseudonyms, including Kris Parker, KRS One, KRS-ONE (as given at his site), The Blastmaster and The Teacha. KRS-One is an acronym for "Knowledge Reigns Supreme Over Nearly Everybody". KRS ...

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2) Omri Harpaz (Omi), was born in 1977 in Israel, Studied computer programming and his goal is to one day rule the universe. Omi was attracted to electronic music ever since he can remember. Omi started Djing at the age of 17 and since then played all over the world (Japan, Mexico, Kenya, Holland, Germany, Portugal and in the Usa).

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Jun Tzu also toured the U.K with the "British Urban Collective" in 2008 and spent five weeks in his native city Belfast. He added: “My dad was arrested in Northern Ireland for terrorist offences and sent to prison for a total of 11 years, While he was inside he became a commited christian. It changed his life completely!

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Hi-Rez, is a 17 year old upcoming rapper, located in Fort Lauderdale, FL and has been establishing a large fan base in the thousands very quickly. Hi-Rez has done collaborations with artist from across the country and opened up for some of the most talented local artist in South Florida.

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Uhm Jung Hwa (b. 엄정화, 17 Aug 1971, in South Korea). She is a singer & actress best known for her roles in the films Marriage is a Crazy Thing (which earned her a Best Actress Award at the Baeksang Arts Awards), My Lovely Week and Princess Aurora. Singer and actor Uhm Tae Woong is her younger brother. As a singer she's recognized as the ...

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Z-RO was born Joseph Wayne McVey IV in Houston's South Park neighborhood on January 19, 1977. At age six his mother died, and he was shuttled from household to household in search of stability, eventually settling in the Ridgemont area, a middle-class suburb in Missouri City in Southwest Houston.

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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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Artist Name Bucie . Album Title TURN ME ON. RecordLabel Demor Music . Producer DEMOR Sikhosana/Black coffee/Ralf Gum ( Some artists work for years to earn the name diva and be considered rock stars. oks and captivating movies, she is sure to set the music scene ablaze with her sure-fire and aptly titled debut album, “Rock Starr”….And be warned “this is just thBut there is the elite few ...

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Born. 9 October 1939. Born In. Lenow, Shelby County, Tennessee, United States. Died. 16 November 1980 (aged 41)

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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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J.B. Hutto (April 26, 1926 - June 12, 1983) was an American blues musician, born Joseph Benjamin Hutto. Hutto was heavily influenced by legendary bluesman Elmore James, and became known for his slide guitar work and declamatory style of singing.

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Harpo (born Jan Harpo Torsten Svensson, 5 April 1950, Bandhagen, Stockholm) is a Swedish pop star known under the stage name Harpo. He was popular in Sweden and around Europe in the 1970s and is best known for his worldwide hit "Moviestar" which also reached number 24 in the UK Singles Chart and number 2 in the Australian Singles Chart in 1976.

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Doris Day (Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., April 3, 1922 – May 13, 2019) was an American actress, singer, and animal welfare activist. After she began her career as a big band singer in 1939, her popularity increased with her first hit recording "Sentimental Journey" (1945).

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Samuel Timothy "Tim" McGraw (born May 1, 1967 in Delhi, Louisiana) is an American country singer and actor. With many of his albums and singles topping the country music charts, Tim has achieved total album sales in excess of 40 million units.

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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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1) Little Milton (September 17, 1934—August 4, 2005) was the stage name for Milton Campbell, Jr., a blues vocalist and guitarist best known his hits "Grits Ain't Groceries" and "We're Going to Make It." Most popular in the sixties, he became one of the lesser known greats of the genre, combining traditional lyrical structure with smoother production.

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BTS (Korean: 방탄소년단; RR: Bangtan Sonyeondan), also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a seven-member South Korean boy band formed in Seoul in 2013. The septet co-writes and produces much of their output. Originally a hip hop group, their musical style has evolved to include a wide range of genres.

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In 2004, his managers, Mark Pitts and Wayne Barrow, launched the clothing line, with help from Jay-Z, selling T-shirts with images of Wallace on them. A portion of the proceeds go to the Christopher Wallace Foundation and to Jay-Z's Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation.

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In late 1982, Tytan signed to the Kamaflage label and released the 7" single Blind Men and Fools / Ballad of Edward Case and the 12" single Blind Men and Fools / Ballad of Edward Case / Sadman. In 1983, Tytan began recording songs for their upcoming album at Ramport Studios in Battersea.

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Tink has garnered more buzz on a major scale after her freestyle over a Chief Keef beat and posted it on his twitter. after retweeting the freestyle, the industry within Chicago started to pick up on tink’s music. gracing the cover of redeye, Chicago tribune, Fakeshoredrive. com, TheMash.com and many others, tink is off to a head start in ...

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Mac Wiseman (Malcolm B. Wiseman, May 23, 1925 – February 24, 2019) was an American bluegrass singer, guitarist and songwriter. Born in Crimora, Virginia, he attended school in New Hope Virginia and graduated from high school there in 1943.

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Formed in Camden, New Jersey, USA, and comprising Jenny Holmes, David Beasley, James Tuten and Clarence Vaughan, the Ebonys had minor success in the early 70s with a Dells -styled approach of baritone lead with answering falsetto second lead.

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Duffy was a british band formed in London by Stuart Reffold, Barry Coote, Joe Nanson, Patrick Sarient and Will Wright. They played hard rock with strong progressive rock influences, similar to the early albums of Uriah Heep, Deep Purple and Humble Pie - with some influences of Jethro Tull as well.

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Dan Hartman (born Dan Earl Hartman, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, December 8, 1950 - March 22, 1994) was an American singer, songwriter and record producer. Best known for the hits Relight My Fire, Instant Replay, We Are the Young and I Can Dream About You. He joined his first band, The Legends, at the age of 13, with his brother Dave. Hartman ...

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Bumblefoot (aka Ron Thal) is a recording artist with over twenty years of albums and releases.Fronting his solo band as lead singer/guitarist, the music is hard rock, bordering on quirky and experimental. Known for his down-to-Earth obnoxious punky attitude, mixed with off-center abstract intellectuality, and a sense that he's just being himself with you - whether playing lead guitar onstage ...

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Red Simpson was raised in Bakersfield, California, the youngest of a dozen children. At age 14, he wrote his first song. Simpson was working at the Wagon Wheel in Lamont when Fuzzy Owen saw him and arranged for Simpson to work at his Clover Club as a piano player. He then got a job replacing Buck Owens at the Blackboard Club on weekends.

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Cabell "Cab" Calloway III (December 25, 1907 – November 18, 1994) was a jazz singer, bandleader, composer and actor. He was strongly associated with the Cotton Club in Harlem, New York City, where he was a regular performer.

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Lou Monte, born Louis Scaglione on (April 2, 1917 – June 12, 1989), was an Italian-American singer best known for a number of best-selling, Italian-themed novelty records which he recorded for both RCA Records and Reprise Records in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

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Born. 17 June 1945. Born In. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, Onslow County, North Carolina, United States. Died. 13 April 2018 (aged 72)

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Billy Joe "B.J." Thomas (born August 7, 1942) is an American popular singer. He is particularly known for his hit songs of the 1960s and 1970s, which appeared on the pop, country, and Christian music charts.

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Morris Day (born December 13, 1957, in Springfield, Illinois) is an American musician and composer. Although a gifted drummer, he is best known as the charismatic lead singer of The Time, a band that also launched the careers of famous producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

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Mr. Doctor a rapper from the 29st Garden Blocc. Got into rapping after attending a party in East Sacramento when he stepped up to a freestyle rap with a rapper that was spittin about his Blood set. He grabbed the mic and started freestyling about this Hood(29st GBC). He was later invited to a recording session in a studio called Enharmonics.

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Ian Tyson (born September 25, 1933) is a cowboy folk singer from Alberta, Canada who was born in Victoria, British Columbia. He and his then-wife Sylvia Fricker constituted one of the most popular folk duos of the 1960s, Ian & Sylvia. Tyson gradually shifted to the cowboy way while still with Sylvia, accentuating the western life through song.

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TTNG, previously known as This Town Needs Guns, are a small collection of human beings often seen upsetting the patrons of German discothèques, with what can only be described as dancing.They consider themselves friends but are often referred to as a cult and sometimes even a 'band'. As part of their cult like tendencies, they ritualistically write musical compositions in order to please ...

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Lil Bibby (Brandon Dickerson) is a young drill artist from the East Side of Chicago. His style of hip-hop, drill, was made popular by Chief Keef, but he is often described by critics as being more "lyrical." Lil Bibby claims 'EBK' in many of his song, which stands for 'EveryBody Killer'.

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Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, United States Joe Inoue was born in Los Angeles, California under Japanese parents who moved to the states to follow their career. He grew up in an environment filled with music, and started listening to music seriously in his middle school years.

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Afroman (born Joseph Edgar Foreman, on 28 July 1974 in Mississippi) is a rap artist from South-Central Los Angeles, California, but later moved to eastern Palmdale (which he has referred to in his songs).. His best-known song is the 2001 hit "Because I Got High", which gained popularity through Napster, local radio play, a feature on Howard Stern's radio show, and the 'stoner' movie 'Jay and ...

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Dosh CD was re-released internationally in September 2003 on anticon. records, and was reviewed in the Village Voice, Urb, Flaunt, Xlr8r, The Big Takeover, and a number of online magazines. Dosh is also known for the incorporation of his family life into his work. His EP, Naoise is named after his son.

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2007 finally marked the release of his first Album, "Alphagene" (german for alpha genes) which sold surprisingly well for a purely independently released album, peaking at #51 in the german album charts. The successor "Kollegah" in 2008 even topped this remarkable chart entry with a stunning #17 entry in it's first week.

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The future Kerrville New Folk winner (2008, for “Never the Pretty Girl”) developed a connoisseur’s taste for quality songcraft at an early age. By high school, she was devouring mix-tapes her sister was sending from college in Atlanta, introducing to her Lone Star poet Nanci Griffith and a slew of indie songwriters like Shawn Mullins (pre ...

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Lou Johnson (Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A, 1941 - May 1, 2019) was an American soul singer and pianist who was active as a recording artist in the 1960s and early 1970s. Coming from a musical family, he started singing in gospel choirs in his teens, before studying music at Brooklyn College.

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Caspa grew up in West London, and was brought up on a diet of jungle & hiphop. At the time he wasn't old enough to go to the jungle raves so had to be content with his tape packs of Brockie and Det. When garage emerged he naturally progressed into the sound and started attending garage raves.

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Ben Rector (born November 6, 1986) is a singer/songwriter from Tulsa, Oklahoma, US now based in Nashville, Tennessee. Rector’s stylistic influences include pop, rock, and folk music. Rector took piano lessons as a small child but did not begin playing music seriously until he picked up the guitar in high school.

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Ben Johnston (Benjamin Burwell Johnston, Jr., Macon, Georgia, USA, March 15, 1926 – July 21, 2019) was an American contemporary music composer using "just intonation" (system of tuning).

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- Plastica goes to studio to record the 2nd album at the “Red Light Studios” – the band´s spiritual bunker. “The Red Light Underground” is the name of the album that shows Plastica at their best creative point on their career. The 15 songs reveal a new concept of making a CD release.

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Skyward - (American Alternative Rock band) Founded in 2012 in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Members: Jonathan Huang - Vocals Jordan Breeding - Guitar Anna Breeding - Vocals & Keys Jeremy Hashiguchi - Bass Caleb Gritsko - Drums. Releases: The Launch EP - 2012 Voyages EP - 2013 Drift EP - 2014 Skyward - 2016. Skyward (Finish Metal band)

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Patrick Huston Dailey was born in Omaha Nebraska March 4, 1941. The second son of Tom and Bobbie Dailey, brothers Michael (eldest) Dennis and Terry made up the Dailey family. He was raised in Kirkwood Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. Pat formed a band in high school, "Pat and the K-Tones." They played all the sock-hops and Teen Town's in the area.

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Mel Tillis was born on August 8, 1932, in Tampa, Florida, but later raised in Pahokee, Florida, (near West Palm Beach). His stutter developed during his childhood, a result of a bout with malaria. As a child, Tillis learned the drums as well as guitar and at age 16, won a local talent show.

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