Ritchie Hart and His Hartbeats

Ritchie Hart and His Hartbeats

; Ritchie Hart and His Hartbeats   Photo Bio Charles Gearheart, aka Ritchie Hart, was born in Goose Creek, Kentucky. He moved to Phoenix, Arizona, when he was in high school and soon landed a job at the famed recording studio Audio Recorders Of Arizona. After...
The Honeycreepers

The Honeycreepers

; The Honeycreepers   Photo Bio Active from 1994 to 2000, The Honeycreepers artfully merged genres of Pop, Folk and Rock. The San Diego-based quartet was fronted by prolific songwriter Skaie Knox on vocals, along with Steve Schroeder on guitar, mandolin and...
Jimmy Spellman

Jimmy Spellman

; Jimmy Spellman   Photo Bio Best known for his rockin’ single “Doggonit,” Jimmy Spellman was born in Ohio in 1935. His family soon migrated west to Arizona. By the mid-1950s Jimmy became a regular on the KOOL TV show “Arizona Hayride” out of Phoenix. This led to...
The Blaupunks

The Blaupunks

; The Blaupunks   Photo Bio 1980s Punk Rock was often a sharp instrument for bludgeoning American politics. New York City’s The Blaupunks were a solid and somewhat underrated example of straightforward, punk angst that straddled the East and West coast Punk Rock...
The Wildweeds

The Wildweeds

; The Wildweeds   Photo Bio Prior to joining NRBQ and writing a string of hit songs for country artists like Vince Gill, Trisha Yearwood, and Tim McGraw, Al Anderson led the Norfolk, Connecticut band, The Wildweeds. Joining Al were Andy Lepak (drums), Ray Zeiner...
Francine Recchi

Francine Recchi

; Francine Recchi   Photo Bio Florida native Francine Recchi brings her strong, soulful voice to the Fervor Records family. A veteran of the entertainment scene around her home state, Recchi has performed in some of the biggest venues in Florida including Disney...
Kill Your TV

Kill Your TV

; Kill Your TV   Photo Bio First bands are tough, right? Kill Your TV was a punk rock band from the east side of Phoenix, Gilbert, Arizona, to be exact, who wanted to be blacker than Black Flag, sexier than the Sex Pistols, and more alive than the Dead Kennedys....
The Escorts

The Escorts

; The Escorts   Photo Bio The Disco-infused Soul sound of The Escorts came from humble beginnings. Formed in Rahway State Prison in New Jersey in 1970, The Escorts rode songs like “Make Me Over” and “Heart of Gold” and charting albums like All We Need Is Another...
California English

California English

; California English   Photo Bio In 1974 Englishman Stephen Vaughan was looking for a job in Los Angeles when he met Californian Steven Vaus, who worked for an employment agency. The two quickly discovered they had plenty in common as aspiring singer/songwriters...
Jim Vining

Jim Vining

; Jim Vining   Photo Bio Jim Vining’s solo work is a must for fans of great songwriting, straightforward storytelling, and captivating melodies. If Gordon Lightfoot and Hoyt Axton had a keyboard whiz for a spiritual son, it would be Jim Vining. The singing...
Sonrise

Sonrise

; Sonrise   Photo Bio Gentle, Country Rock songs about the Lord with a touch of Dire Straits in the mix set Sonrise apart from many 1980s contemporary Christian artists. The group formed in Springfield, Massachusetts in the early 80s and centered around...
Sad Kid

Sad Kid

; Sad Kid   Photo Bio Sad Kid was a Phoenix-based punk rock band with interesting songwriting chops and a very colorful look. The sound was somewhere between Riverboat Gamblers, True Sounds of Liberty (TSOL), and even a bit of Foo Fighters, but sadly (no pun...

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