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Kill Van Kull

Kill Van Kull – Edge of Sunrise Barb FaraPresident & CEOMusicincider.com http://www.myspace.com/killvankull http://www.killvankull.com Rick Cabrera…

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Elliott Rubin

Elliot Rubin – Love and Daggers Barb FaraPresident & CEO Musicincider.com http://www.myspace.com/elliottrubin www.loveanddaggers.com Produced by…

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Patti Scialfa

A member of the E Street Band since 1984, Patti has lived in the shadow of her husband Bruce Springsteen’s fame but has never stopped being an amazing singer/songwriter/guitarist in her own right.

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Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen – Magic Barb FaraPresident & CEOMusicincider.comwww.brucespringsteen.net Bruce Springsteen was born September 23, 1949…

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Stone Sour: Come What(ever) May

Corey Taylor was born December 8th 1973 in Des Moines, Iowa. He grew up in a poor, single family household where he was raised by his mother. He was married to a wonderful woman, Scarlett, with whom he has a son that he pays tribute to on many of his tattoos.

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Citizen Icon

Citizen Icon was formed in 2007 from a virtual stew of talented local musicians, all of whom have paid their dues in various mildly prominent bands around the southeast.

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Cornerstone

Whatever instantly sucks you into an inversed reality stuffed with innocent indie ponderings.

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Echo and the Bunnymen

Ian McCulloch’s rich, smoky voice is as fine and cutting as ever; if he has left behind much of the howling and hysteria of his earlier years, it’s been replaced with the literate sounds of a seasoned wanderer.

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