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  1. Buskers are also called street performers or street musicians.
  2. Buskers are currently not allowed to play anywhere in the Underground. (Web site)
  3. Buskers are found on many streets and also in the underground and at train stations.
  4. Buskers are generally not homeless, panhandlers, or beggers, and these terms are normally derogatory when referring to a busker.
  5. Buskers are now able to perform legally on certain tube platforms (but not trains). (Web site)

Woody Guthrie

  1. Woody Guthrie was a great troubadour and a brave messenger of justice for working people. (Web site)
  2. Woody Guthrie was a hero to a generation of folk musicians, Bob Dylan among them. (Web site)
  3. Woody Guthrie was a prolific artist known for his achievements as a singer-songwriter and as an author of fiction. (Web site)
  4. Woody Guthrie was a prolific artist known for his achievements as a singer-songwriter and as an author. (Web site)
  5. Woody Guthrie was born July 14, 1912 and died on October 3, 1967. (Web site)

Ani Difranco

  1. Ani DiFranco is a powerful feminist figure who continues to fill venues with her style of rock and roll mixed with blues and folk.
  2. Ani DiFranco is a singer [i], guitarist [i], and songwriter [i]. (Web site)
  3. Ani DiFranco is a singer, guitarist, and songwriter. (Web site)
  4. Ani DiFranco is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist. (Web site)
  5. Ani DiFranco was issued on the label in the winter of 1990. (Web site)

Barenaked Ladies

  1. Barenaked Ladies is a Canadian alternative rock band from Toronto, Ontario.
  2. Barenaked Ladies Are Me shows that the Barenaked Ladies are one of the most consistently great bands around. (Web site)
  3. Barenaked Ladies Are Me, their most melodic and accessible album since Stunt, is also the bands most cohesive and holistic set of songs.
  4. Barenaked Ladies are one act that can not be missed live. (Web site)
  5. Barenaked Ladies is a Canadian rock band composed of five men.

Bessie Smith

  1. Bessie Smith is to blues what Billie Holliday is to jazz.
  2. Bessie Smith was a rough, crude, violent woman. (Web site)
  3. Bessie Smith was a very famous early blues singer. (Web site)
  4. Bessie Smith was a very famous early blues singer.]] City blues were much more codified and elaborate.
  5. Bessie Smith was in the process of a comeback at the time of her tragic death at age of forty three. (Web site)

Billy Bragg

  1. Billy Bragg is a songwriter and author.
  2. Billy Bragg is a British singer songwriter who first came to prominence in 1983 with his debut album, 'Life's a Riot'. (Web site)
  3. Billy Bragg was born in a district of Essex that is now part of Greater London. (Web site)

Billie Holiday

  1. Billie Holiday is a real woman, talentuous and torn between her life and her music.
  2. Billie Holiday is a case in point.
  3. Billie Holiday is a figure of her time and this movie just about justifies that statment.

Bon Jovi

  1. Bon Jovi is a Hard rock band originating from New Jersey.
  2. Bon Jovi is a hard rock band from Sayreville, New Jersey.
  3. Bon Jovi is a hard rock band originating from Sayreville, New Jersey. (Web site)
  4. Bon Jovi is a music band originating from New Jersey.
  5. Bon Jovi is a powerhouse of musical talent that exploded into something phenomenal.

Damien Rice

  1. Damien Rice is the first artist signed to Vector Recordings, a new, nationally distributed label formed by Ken Levitan and former RCA president Jack Rovner.
  2. Damien Rice is the kind of man you could take home to your mother. (Web site)

Dolly Parton

  1. Dolly Parton is an icon in the gay community, and is often portrayed by drag queens.
  2. Dolly Parton was born in Sevierville, Tennessee, the fourth of twelve children born to Robert Parton and Avie Owens. (Web site)
  3. Dolly Parton was given an honorary doctorate from Carson-Newman College in 1990.
  4. Dolly Parton was looking for a brassy Southern woman for a supporting role and felt the singer was perfect.


  1. Donovan is an inspirational speaker, passionate about the world of amateur sport and what can be accomplished through hard work and dedication. (Web site)
  2. Donovan is the fourteenth studio album, and sixteenth album overall, from Scottish singer-songwriter Donovan.
  3. Donovan was also featured in the lineup of the all-star performance of Dylan's I Shall Be Released for the show's finale.
  4. Donovan was on his way to the top. (Web site)
  5. Donovan was one of the most popular British recording artists of his day, producing a series of hit albums and singles between 1965 and 1970.

Eric Clapton

  1. Eric Clapton is a guitar virtuoso and the quintessential guitarist's guitarist.
  2. Eric Clapton is the eponymous debut solo album from Eric Clapton.
  3. Eric Clapton was a guest guitarist on song "Mr. Bluesman". (Web site)
  4. Eric Clapton: The Autobiography, was released on October 9, 2007 by The Random House Group[51], includes his own photographs and covers Eric's life so far.

Hothouse Flowers

  1. Hothouse Flowers are an Irish rock group formed in 1985 that combines traditional Irish music with influences from soul, gospel and rock. (Web site)
  2. Hothouse Flowers are "tender and defenseless," says the quasi hippie, a vegetarian who wears musk and work shirts. (Web site)
  3. The Hothouse Flowers are an Irish rock group that combines traditional Irish music with influences from soul, gospel and rock.
  4. The Hothouse Flowers are an Irish-based rock group who combine traditional Irish music with influences from soul, gospel and rock.
  5. The Hothouse Flowers is an Irish rock group that combines traditional Irish music with influences from soul, gospel and rock. (Web site)

Joe Strummer

  1. Joe Strummer was an accomplished musician who will be sadly missed. (Web site)
  2. Joe Strummer was a lucky man, and although he died too young, he put out 50 strong years and made a lot of his life. (Web site)
  3. Joe Strummer was a man who wasn't afraid to voice his beliefs. (Web site)
  4. Joe Strummer was an overrated, pseudo-political pill head who couldn't even write a half decent tune. (Web site)
  5. Joe Strummer was born John Graham Mellor on August 21, 1952, when his father, a diplomat, was stationed in Ankara, Turkey.

Louis Armstrong

  1. Louis Armstrong was also greatly skilled at scat singing, or wordless vocalizing.
  2. Louis Armstrong was an extremely generous man who was said to have given away almost as much money as he kept for himself.
  3. Louis Armstrong was born to a poor family in New Orleans, Louisiana.The date of his birth is August 4, 1901.
  4. Louis Armstrong was happy working with Oliver, but his wife, pianist Lil Hardin Armstrong, urged him to seek more prominent billing.
  5. Louis Armstrong was inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as an early influence.

Ma Rainey

  1. Ma Rainey is commonly known as the Mother of the Blues because of her significant influence on the many female blues singers who succeeded her. (Web site)
  2. Ma Rainey is one of the survivors; Levee is one of the impending casualties. (Web site)
  3. Ma Rainey was Bessie's mentor and she stayed with her show until 1915. (Web site)
  4. Ma Rainey was a good businesswoman and flashy dresser, who had a penchant for glittery jewlery. (Web site)
  5. Ma Rainey was arrested in Chicago in 1925 when police responded to a noise complaint and found a room full of naked women in "intimate" situations. (Web site)

Muddy Waters

  1. Muddy Waters was one of the main creators of postwar Chicago blues and a central figure in blues history. (Web site)
  2. MUDdy Waters: The Captain's log from one vessel in a sprawling sea of MU*s. (Web site)
  3. Muddy Waters was so importnat to post WW2 music that you ought to seek out any of his recordings. (Web site)
  4. Muddy Waters was the first genuine Blues star, and for good reason: His presence, command, and charisma were unmatched during his 30-plus year career.

Shields And Yarnell

  1. Shields and Yarnell is an American mime performing duo formed in 1972.
  2. Shields and Yarnell is a mixed-gender mime duo formed in 1972.
  3. Shields and Yarnell was born on the streets of San Francisco in the early 1970’s. (Web site)
  4. Shields and Yarnell were married in 1972 and divorced in 1986.


  1. ThaMuseMeant is a Virginian folk-rock quintet.
  2. ThaMuseMeant is a four-piece travelin' band out of Northern New Mexico. (Web site)
  3. ThaMuseMeant is an American folk-rock quartet. (Web site)
  4. ThaMuseMeant is one of the most versatile and creative bands I've heard.
  5. ThaMuseMeant is the Rockingest Anti-Folk acoustic gypsy-grass full of intelligent lyrics, beautiful voices, incredible musicianship.

Adriano Celentano

  1. Adriano Celentano (born January 6, 1938) is an Italian singer, songwriter, comedian, actor, film director and TV host.
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  3. If you're looking for Adriano Celentano lyrics, then you can stop looking.

Amanda Palmer

  1. Amanda Palmer is the singer and pianist of The Dresden Dolls.
  2. Amanda Palmer is the singer and pianist of the The Dresden Dolls.

Artis The Spoonman

  1. Artis the Spoonman is a living myth.
  2. Artis the Spoonman is a street performer from Santa Cruz, California and later Seattle, who plays music with a sets of spoons. (Web site)

Art Garfunkel

  1. Art Garfunkel is an American singer-songwriter and actor, best known as half of the Grammy Award winning folk duo Simon and Garfunkel.

Arvella Gray

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Baby Gramps

  1. Baby Gramps is a dude from Seattle who played on Letterman a couple of weeks ago.
  2. Baby Gramps is a steel guitar performer, who, though born in Miami, Florida, has been based in the Northwest USA for at least the last 40 years. (Web site)

Badly Drawn Boy

  1. Badly Drawn Boy is a supporter of Manchester City Football Club, although claimed to be a supporter of Liverpool Football Club in early interviews.


  1. Beck is a vegetarian.
  2. Beck was arrested and shot. (Web site)
  3. Beck was asked to join The Rolling Stones but declined before Ron Wood took the job.
  4. Beck was born in Dallas, Texas, and attended Lincoln High School, where he received his only formal art training. (Web site)
  5. Beck was born in the Pomeranian town of Stolp, Greater German Empire (now S--upsk in Poland) in 1944.

Ben Kerr

  1. Ben Kerr is a very busy man. (Web site)

Bernie Mac

  1. Bernie Mac was hospitalized with pneumonia on August 1, 2008.

Bert Jansch

  1. Bert Jansch is the debut album by Bert Jansch. (Web site)
  2. Bert Jansch was followed by It Don-t Bother Me, and the also hugely influential Jack Orion.

Big Bill Broonzy

  1. Big Bill Broonzy is a towering and influential figure in traditional blues as a guitarist, singer and architect of early Chicago blues. (Web site)
  2. Big Bill Broonzy was the leading bluesman in Chicago until his death in 1958 and the city was a very competitive market for a newcomer to become established. (Web site)
  3. Big Bill Broonzy was the top cat in Chicago until his death in 1958 and the city was a very competitive market for a newcomer to become established. (Web site)

Big Joe Williams

  1. Big Joe Williams is a a blues musician famous for his 12 string guitar.
  2. Big Joe Williams is a blues musician famous for his 12 string guitar . (Web site)

Bill Bailey

  1. He persevered, however, and went solo the next year with the one man show Bill Bailey's Cosmic Jam.
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Blind Lemon Jefferson

  1. Blind Lemon Jefferson is the featured musician on a State of Texas license plate. (Web site)
  2. Blind Lemon Jefferson was a groundbreaking artist on many levels, and is the undisputed father of Texas blues. (Web site)

Blue Man Group

  1. Blue Man Group is a creative organization dedicated to creating exciting and innovative work in a wide variety of media.
  2. Blue Man Group is a visually stunning and musically powerful show.
  3. Blue Man Group was also parodied on the The Simpsons, where Bart threw a ball into one's members mouth in a church.
  4. Blue Man Group was parodied on an episode of Family Guy.

Brian Jones

  1. While recording the demo at a studio on Denmark Street, Donovan befriended Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones, who was recording in a nearby studio.
  2. Meanwhile, Brian Jones had begun skipping school in Cheltenham to practice bebop alto sax and clarinet.
  3. Guitarist Brian Jones played slide in a very blues-oriented style.

Bukka White

  1. Bukka White was not a man to trifle with. (Web site)

Burl Ives

  1. Burl Ives is a riot in this film.
  2. Burl Ives is an article about a person who is not Stephen.
  3. Burl Ives was a troublemaker.
  4. Burl Ives was one of seven children born to a Scottish-Irish farming family.

Cambridge Buskers

  1. The Cambridge Buskers were a duo of English musicians in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Cerys Matthews

  1. Cerys Matthews is a goddess - I went to see her in the Parc and Dare in Treorchy. (Web site)

Champion Jack Dupree

  1. Champion Jack Dupree was the embodiment of the New Orleans blues and boogie woogie pianist, a true barrelhouse "professor".

Charlie Dancey

  1. Charlie Dancey is best known for being a professional juggler and author.
  2. Haggis and Charlie are a comedy juggling act formed in 1984 by Haggis McLeod and Charlie Dancey.

Charlie Parker

  1. Charlie Parker was one of the greatest and arguably the greatest saxophone player of all times.

Charlie Patton

  1. Charlie Patton was one of the first mainstream stars of the Delta blues genre. (Web site)

Cliff Edwards

  1. Jiminy Cricket's voice was originally performed by singer Cliff Edwards, who voiced the character for Disney through the 1960s.
  2. In 1932 Cliff Edwards got his first national radio show on CBS. Edwards would continue having network radio shows off and on through 1946.

Dave Brock

  1. Dave Brock is the frontman of the English space rock group, Hawkwind. (Web site)
  2. Dave Brock was asked for some material and duly obliged with a song called 'Burn Me Up'. (Web site)


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