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Alan Doyle
Doyle is known for his work with the band Great Big Sea.
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Alan Parsons
Alan had dabbled with live performance in his late teens as a folk/blues acoustic player and as a lead guitarist with a blues band called The Earth in the late sixties in his hometown of London. (Their only album, Elemental surfaced recently and was released by Record Collector Magazine in 2016.) But as soon as he landed a job at the famous Abbey Road Studios at the age of 19, it became clear that the world of sound recording was to dominate his career. Abbey Road: He was fortunate enough to work as assistant engineer on the last two albums by The Beatles and after he qualified as a fully-fledged recording engineer, he went on to work with Paul McCartney and The Hollies among many others. But it was his contribution as engineer on Pink Floyd’s classic The Dark Side Of The Moon that really got him world attention. That soon led to striking successes as a producer – notably with Pilot’s Magic, John Miles’ Highfly and Music and Steve Harley’s (Come Up And See Me) Make Me Smile. He also produced the hugely successful Year Of The Cat album with Al Stewart and two albums with American prog rock band Ambrosia. In 1975 he met Eric Woolfson who not only became his manager, but joined forces with Alan as a songwriting and performing partner for what became known as The Alan Parsons Project. The APP’s debut album, Tales Of Mystery And Imagination based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe paved the way for a signing to Clive Davis’ newly launched Arista label and a string of hit albums, namely I Robot (1977), Pyramid (1978), The Turn of a Friendly Card (1980), Eye in the Sky (1982), Ammonia Avenue (1984), Vulture Culture (1985), Stereotomy (1986) and Gaudi (1987).
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Alton Brown Live: Beyond The Eats
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American Aquarium
American Aquarium is an alt-country rock band from North Carolina. Formed in 2006, the band's current lineup features BJ Barham, Shane Boeker, Adam Kurtz, Ben Hussey and Joey Bybee.
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Anderson East
Anderson East is a country-Americana singer and songwriter based in Nashville.
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Andy Shauf
Regina, Saskatchewan, singer-songwriter Andy Shauf has slowly and steadily built his career. He began with his 2009 debut album, "Darker Days," followed with two EPs ("Waiting for the Sun to Leave," 2010; and "Sam Jones Feeds His Demons," 2012), a second album, "The Bearer of Bad News," in 2012; and in 2016 with "The Party." "The Bearer of Bad News" was reissued in 2015, and "Wendell Walker," from that disc, was shortlisted for the 2016 SOCAN Songwriting Prize. Meanwhile, "The Party" was shortlisted for the 2016 Polaris Music Prize.
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Ashley McBryde
Ashley McBryde is a singer/songwriter based out of Nashville.
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The Avett Brothers
Considered infectiously enthusiastic and off the beaten folk/alt-country path, The Avett Brothers play a mixture of mixture of old-time country, bluegrass, pop melodies, folk, rock n' roll, honky-tonk and ragtime. Their music often reaches the upper tiers of Billboard lists and they have appeared on all the network late night talk shows.
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Best Coast
Best Coast, formed in 2010, draws its sound from the ‘50s and ‘60s aesthetic of The Beach Boys and The Everly Brothers.
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Big Something
Home Grown Music Network's 2010 'New Band of the Year' award winners BIG Something are an alternative rock group out of Burlington, NC. Their funk and jam band influence comes through in their live performances.
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