Nadine Jansen

Nadine Jansen

; Nadine Jansen   Photo Bio Jazz impresario and child prodigy Nadine Jansen quickly made a name for herself on the national nightclub circuit. In 1948 the young Nadine was discovered by Horace Heidt. Heidt was a famed bandleader for CBS, NBC and a Columbia...
Up With People!

Up With People!

; Up With People!   Photo Bio International touring/recording sensation Up With People launched Pace Records in 1965 releasing their first album, “The Sing-Out Musical” that same year. Known for their widely diverse casts, they simultaneously toured with multiple...
Derral Gleason

Derral Gleason

; Derral Gleason   Photo Bio Derral Gleason’s rich career in music spans over five decades. Texas-born and Phoenix-raised, the multi-talented singer/songwriter/multi-multi-instrumentalist started out as the drummer for the influential Arizona Punk/New Wave...
The Wild Thymes

The Wild Thymes

; The Wild Thymes   Photo Bio What happens when you let the inmates run the asylum? Well, in 1966, Charlie Gearheart got the keys to legendary Phoenix-based studio, Audio Recorders of Arizona for a series of late night psychotropic-induced sessions. Together with...
The Nervous

The Nervous

; The Nervous   Photo Bio Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, The Nervous formed in 1979 and quickly became a premier New Wave/Post-Punk band in the Valley of the Sun. Fronted by singer/guitarist Bil Bored, the band was a consistent draw in the city’s emerging Punk...
Dahcotah

Dahcotah

; Dahcotah   Photo Bio Part Glam, part straight up Rock and Roll, Dahcotah was hugely popular on the 1970s Midwest touring circuit. Dahcotah was led by vocalist/keyboardist Randy Miller and guitarist Gale Maag. The boys were prolific songwriters and recorded a...
Noble & Fain

Noble & Fain

; Noble & Fain   Photo Bio Houston, Texas Psych-Folk Rock duo, Noble & Fain had one release on their own Macón Records label. The 45 contains the Ken Noble penned song “Sparrow” which was issued in 1972. Ken Noble provides guitar, percussion, and...
Jay Fortier

Jay Fortier

; Jay Fortier   Photo Bio Manistee, Michigan native Jay Fortier began his career in the 1960s singing and playing banjo with folk music trio The Coachmen. Discovering Rock N’ Roll, Fortier switched to guitar and soon founded The Magnatones. The group kept busy...
Craig Erickson

Craig Erickson

; Craig Erickson   Photo Bio Midwest axe-slinger and guitarist’s guitarist Craig Erickson has melded his 60s and 70s Blues, Jazz, Rock, and Funk influences into his own unique, distinct and addictive sound. Craig has written for, and performed with a literal...
Maurice

Maurice

; Maurice   Photo Bio In 1971, Maurice (AKA Maurice Rice) released two 7” singles including “What I Got, I Got (and Ain’t Gonna Lose),” b/w “Is It True,” and “Love Peace and Joy.” Both records came out on the Roxbury, Massachusetts’ My Record...
Larry LaFalce

Larry LaFalce

; Larry LaFalce   Photo Bio Veteran artist Larry LaFalce began performing at thirteen and writing songs at fifteen. In the early 1970s, Larry was barely in his twenties when his musical dreams started becoming a reality. His Rock band, BullAngus was signed to...
Pinto and the Bean

Pinto and the Bean

; Pinto and the Bean   Photo Bio Paul Taneja and Ivan Gaona make up Pinto and the Bean; and these two certainly provide a big sound for two guys who met via a musician’s listing on Craigslist. Gaona had been part of a successful band in Mexico, Cabrito Vudú, who...

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