The Triplett Twins

The Triplett Twins

; The Triplett Twins Yes, they’re really twins and their real name is Triplett. Hailing from the south side of Chicago, brothers Leon and Levi made up the The Triplett Twins, a Soul/R&B act that left an indelible mark on the Chicago Soul scene. The duo released a...
Dexter Lee Moore

Dexter Lee Moore

; Dexter Lee Moore English musician, songwriter and vocalist Dexter Lee Moore cut his musical chops in the Yorkshire Moors gigging with the band The Riff Brothers. In 1977 Dexter travelled to Manchester, England to further his musical aspirations. Armed with his 1955...
Tarik NuClothes

Tarik NuClothes

; Tarik NuClothes Queens, NY rapper Tarik NuClothes combines over the top, outside the box production with slick, syncopated, heavily orchestrated beats. The charismatic Rapper’s hard hitting, nasty party rhymes propelled him to cult status on the cable giant...
Jailhouse

Jailhouse

; Jailhouse Once the toast of Sunset Strip, Hollywood glam rockers Jailhouse sold over 400,000 records in the late 80’s without the help of a major label.  Flaunting their 80s indie prowess with full-page spreads in Rolling Stone rival Circus Magazine, Jailhouse were...
Peter Blair

Peter Blair

; Peter Blair Saxophone virtuoso Peter Blair is also a prolific composer, arranger and band leader. Blair draws inspiration from his encyclopedic knowledge of nuanced styles of Jazz building upon those expressions to forge his own unique voice. Peter’s...
Andy Gerold

Andy Gerold

; Andy Gerold Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer Andy Gerold has an impressive list of accomplishments that has taken him around the globe. He is best known as a former bassist of Marilyn Manson, and his work with ASHES dVIDE, Daughters of Mara, Wired All...
Sandy Szigeti

Sandy Szigeti

; Sandy Szigeti In the mid 1960s, the young Los Angeles singer/songwriter Sandy Szigeti, hit the recording studio to lay down a handful of his social, and politically charged songs. The aspiring multi-talented artist continued to pursue his musical aspirations with...
Patty Parker

Patty Parker

; Patty Parker As a student at John Brown University, Patty Parker joined the University’s vocal ensemble “The Harmonaires,” touring with the group nationwide. The stunning young singer was equally as gifted behind a set of drums, and soon landed a gig in former Teen...
The Souls

The Souls

; The Souls John Shine, Rich Lauro, Tom Kobus and Jack Raczka connected as they gigged in various bands throughout Staten Island in the 1960s. They soon formed a group they dubbed The Souls. In 1963 the band caught the attention of FGG Productions, home of the hit...
The Outlets

The Outlets

The Outlets   Boston based Punk outfit The Outlets made their mark on the East Coast Punk scene from 1980 – 1988. Well known for their raucous live shows, the band were regulars at well known venues including Boston‘s The Paradise, New York’s CBGB’s, and The...
Hans Olson

Hans Olson

; Hans Olson Hans Olson’s credits read like a literal who’s who of the Blues. Hans has toured the world sharing the stage with luminaries including B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Joe Cocker, The Allman Brothers, ZZ Top, Tom Waits, Bonnie Raitt, Brownie McGhee, Dave Mason,...
Bopert Davidson and his Combo-Nation

Bopert Davidson and his Combo-Nation

; Bopert Davidson and his Combo-Nation   Prolific guitarist/composer Robert “Bopert” Davidson was a staple on the NYC Jazz scene throughout the 70s and 80s. He gigged with such luminaries as Charles “CP” Roth, and Glenn McCellend (of Ween fame), and recorded at the...
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