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Anne Lindsay – Soloworks

Anne Lindsay – Soloworks URL: http://www.anne-lindsay.com/soloworks.html If you need a break from all of the styles, genres and other trappings of the current musical climate, Anne Lindsay’s Soloworks will be a breath of fresh air amongst the stagnant scenes. This auteur of the violin and fiddle is a sorceress of …

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Kathy Muir

Multi-Talented Composer / Vocalist Kathy Muir just gave birth to a fantastic musical journey which takes you through an exhilarating 12 Track musical experience known as “Book Cover Judge.” In my own words the music of Kathy Muir is mostly avant-garde earthy Pop, but is also equal parts fascinating, engaging, …

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Jonathan Maher

Jonathan Maher URL: http://www.jonathanmaher.com/ Jonathan Maher has worked tirelessly to create music that will make a mark on the world. By changing the way humanity is perceived while giving individuality a long standing ovation. With Jonathan’s single The Fallout of Love, one can’t help but notice how the mixing work …

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Emily Vance

Emily Vance URL: http://www.emilyvancemusic.com/  Emily Vance is a young female artist who won the “Best New Artist” award at the 2014 GA Music Awards – and I must say, it’s easy to hear why. I am trying to be critical while listening to her focus track, “Serendipity,” and it’s pretty …

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ILLacrimo – Self-Titled

ILLacrimo – Self-Titled  REVERBNATION: http://www.reverbnation.com/illacrimo  It’s a mark that a band has music they believe in when, long after its commercial luster has faded, young musicians will band together determined to take on fashions long past their expiration date. Gothic-flavored, female-fronted hard rock has a small handful of established headliners, …

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Moors & McCumber

Moors & McCumber URL: http://www.moorsandmccumber.com/ Moors & McCumber have wandered beyond good and into the elusive land of great. James Moors (vocals, guitars, ukulele, mandolin and Irish bouzouki) based in Superior, WI and Kort McCumber (vocals, keys, cello, guitars, Irish tenor banjo, Irish bouzouki, fiddle, mandolin, accordion, harmonica, upright and …

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