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Paul Zauner Quartett

jazz

Towards the end of the eighties Paul Zauner had the opportunity to play at various concerts and tours with important jazz musicans such as L. Thomas, G.Adams, D. Murray, H.Bluiett as well as record CD’s.Collaboration like Bumi Fian, J. Smietana and W.Schabata.

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Billy Ocean

Pop

Billy Ocean was born Leslie Charles in Fyzbad, Trinidad. He moved to England at the age of eight. As a teenager he began performing in the London Club scene and he released his first single in 1974 under the name Scorched Earth. He worked at Ford Motors while writing and recording songs. He quit Ford

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Heather Small “The Voice of Mpeople”

Pop

Heather Small, born 20th January 1965, grew up on a West London council estate.From going to Sunday school and attending the ‘Good News Club’, religion and faith became an important aspect of Heather’s life.

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Luísa Maita

Singer & Songwriter

In a country overflowing with musical accomplishment, Luísa Maita demonstrates with Lero-Lero that she has the talent to rise above the fray and make a mark as one of Brazil’s most promising new singers.

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Wyclef Jean

hip hop

Easily one of the most important personalities in hip-hop music, Wyclef Jean was born in Haiti and moved to the US at the age of 10. He first entered the spotlight in 1993 with the release of the Fugees debut album, Blunted On Reality.

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Talvin Singh

Dub / Reggae

Talvin Singh was born in London in the early 1970s; as a young boy he was inspired to play Tabla on his grandmothers knees upon hearing the great Masters on the TV or early recordings. His dual oeuvre, a vibrant and multi cultural city and the sacred heritage of Indian classical & folk music provided an inspiring background.

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Duke Ellington Orchestra

jazz

Duke Ellington was eulogized as “the supreme jazz talent of the past fifty years” by critic Alistair Cooke in a 1983 issue of Esquire. A prolific composer, Ellington created over two thousand pieces of music, including the standard songs “Take the A-Train” and “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)” and the longer works Black, Brown, and Beige, Liberian Suite, and Afro-Eurasian Eclipse.

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Agent Lexie

Pop

 Bio’s are for corporations & people who want you to know what they did & who they worked with. We don’t really give a fuck about what we did in the past but we know that sometimes people want to know so here it is. We’ve been a part of major records, not so major

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Suite Flamenca by Rafael Amargo

Showact

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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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