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The Baha Men

hip hop

“After twenty years, the Baha Men are an overnight success,” read the headline in Rolling Stone magazine as it heralded the phenomenon of the band’s breakthrough single, “Who Let The Dogs Out.”

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Albano Carrisi

Pop

Italian pop singer Albano Carrisi was born May 20, 1943, in the town of Cellino San Marco. His uncommon name, often found written Al Bano, came from his father’s Albanian post during World War II. Like many Italian singers, Al Bano first proved himself as a musician participating in the nation’s extensive song festival and

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Barbara Morrison “Brother Ray & Sister Me”

jazz

“BROTHER RAY & SISTER ME” Barbara Morrison sings Ray’s Favorites! When Etta James passed away early 2012, a beloved colleague and friend found herself left behind even more as one of the only remainingJazz-Blues-Divas of our times! Barbara Morrison’s life-span career includes a virtual “who’s who” of legends of the Jazz and the Blues world:

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Bad Boys Blue

Pop

Bad Boys Blue is a living legend of pop dance music. The group which was founded in the 80’s of the 20th century, continues to release albums & performs around the world. The history of Bad Boys Blue started in Cologne, Germany, way back in 1984, when founders and owners of Coconut Records, Tony Hendrik

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Funk Brothers

Funk

The Motown backbeat was the Holy Grail of 1960’s pop music. At the heart of it was Jack Ashford’s’ tambourine. Such a little thing, yet so earth-shaking in its impact, Jack’s tambourine was one of the dominant forces that gave Motown Records the “The Motown Sound”.

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Barclay James Harvest feat. Les Holroyd

rock

The Barclay James Harvest story begins in the early sixties in the Oldham area of North-West England. John Lees and Stuart “Woolly” Wolstenholme met at Oldham Art School, and formed a band called The Sorcerers, which evolved into The Keepers. Meanwhile Les Holroyd and Mel Pritchard were playing in another local outfit rejoicing in the

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Paris The Show

Showact

PARIS ! THE SHOW It’s tribute to the greatest songs of the French post-war years that make the charm and reputation PARIS worldwide.

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Akon

Pop

After winning music fans over with his 2003 multi-platinum debut Trouble, Senegalese singer Akon returns with more stories from his personal journey via his sophomore CD Konvicted.

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Glenn Miller Orchestra

Showact

With the new show “In the Miller Mood” the Glenn Miller Orchestra will tour in Europe in 2012/2013. In the previous 2 years Wil Salden was on the road with the “Evergreens In Swing” show in 17 European countries which was a great success.

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Sheila E.

Funk

Sheila Escovedo (born December 12, 1957, in Oakland, California), known by her stage name Sheila E., is an American musician, world famous percussionist, entertainer, and music icon. Sheila Escovedo is the daughter of percussionist Pete Escovedo, with whom she frequently performs. Sheila E’s uncle is Alejandro Escovedo, formerly with Delphine Neid’s first-wave punk rock group

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