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Bill McBirnie & Bruce Jones

Bill McBirnie & Bruce Jones CD: Grain of Sand URL: http://www.extremeflute.com/ The great artists out there offer listeners something that can be awe-inspiring. Canadian alto Flute and Alto Flute player Bill McBirnie recently teamed up with Bruce Jones (guitar, percussion, synth) for “Grain of Sand” Both fit well into this …

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The Malpass Brothers

The Malpass Brothers  Official URL: http://themalpassbrothers.com/  There’s an endless stream of schlock seemingly dribbling out of Nashville and the country music genre. Occasionally, however, listeners find a chance to sift a rare gem from the muck and waste promoted as the next big thing. Chris and Taylor Malpass, have debuted with …

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Wooden Hez

Wooden Hez – Spew UIRL: http://www.woodenhez.com/ This is an album of considerable daring in our day and age. Long after rock and roll has reached a cultural sell-by date, true believers like Wooden Hez are actively writing and playing with ideas of extending a form currently carrying all the cachet …

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The Electro Lights

The Electro Lights FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheElectroLights With rock music involving into something in order to survive in an industry that seems to not have a place for it, it wouldn´t be a surprise if any kid of this new generation isn´t aware that the genre finds its roots in the Blues. …

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Mitchell Coleman Jr.

Mitchell Coleman Jr. WEBSITE: http://mitchellcolemanjr.com/ It’s all about the protection of funk in Mitchell Coleman’s solo CD ‘Soul Searching.’ I’ve had a lot of astounding, miraculous Jazz, Soul, and Funk albums come through the door but ‘Soul Searching’ takes the cake and eats it at the same time. Mitchell Coleman …

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