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Matt Horne

Convceived during the miner's strikes during Thatcher's first term as PM but delayed till November 1982 due to a record label bidding war, the artist known as Matt Horne's work has finally come to fuition in the form of a "mash up" project due to release in the next decade.
First seen on the music scene as a rhythm guitarist in a small 5 peice all guitar band playing a cover of Nirvana's cover of "Where Did You Sleep Last Night", his musical abilities were then taken from the spot light to reflect on how shit he was.

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Bridie Jackson and the Arbour

Bridie Jackson & The Arbour are from Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK . They launched their début album, Bitter Lullabies, with a sold-out show at The Sage Gateshead in January 2012.
More information can be found at www.bridiejackson.com.
The album can be bought online at http://bridiejackson.bandcamp.com. Bridie started playing guitar at five years old. She comes from a musical family, and while travelling Europe with her father, she was introduced to many musical styles including the Portuguese Fado tradition, the influence of which can be heard in her work.

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Paul Greene

Paul Greene (Culburra Beach, NSW) has been a quiet achiever in the Australian Music Scene. Strongly Independent, he has traveled incessantly delivering his music across his continent, with an infectious live energy and great songs. There is no hype with Paul Greene. His songs span a range of styles, but always come from the heart with lyrics you can sink your teeth into.

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Calum Carlyle

Calum Carlyle is a singer/songwriter from Orkney, now based in Edinburgh. His stock in trade is edgy acoustic snapshots, however he is also known for more upbeat singalong numbers as well as many types of world and folk music. He used to be in a band called The Lapels, with Kris Drever and Neil Dixon, and he's now in a band called Neoviolet, as well as performing his own material.

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Andrius Mamontovas

A household name in Lithuania, Andrius Mamontovas has been charming audiences with his recipe of melancholic rock for two decades now. A crowd of 60 000 gathered to witness the last show of his now legendary band Foje in 1997 and his ongoing solo career is impressive. Getting his umpteenth gong at Bravo awards (Lithuanian equivalent of Grammy) has become a routine for Lithuania's biggest and most charismatic rock star who is also carving a career path as a music producer and actor (playing the main...

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Dylan Leblanc

Dylan LeBlanc (born 1990 in Shreveport, Louisiana) is an American singer-songwriter. LeBlanc grew up hanging out amongst the session musicians at Fame Studios. By age 7, LeBlanc was already learning how to play a Picking style on the guitar and began writing his own songs when his father bought him a guitar for his 11th birthday. When he turned 15 he began to hone his songwriting by playing live whenever he could, often traveling hundreds of miles on his own to play to just a handful of people.

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Sara Groves

Sara Groves (born in 1972) is an American singer/songwriter from Burnsville, Minnesota, near the Twin Cities and has some family in Vineland, NJ. Sara received her Bachelor of Science degree in History and English in 1994 from Evangel University, a private Christian university in Springfield, Missouri. Sara spent four years teaching high school in Rosemount, Minnesota before recording her first album, Past the Wishing, in 1998.

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Austin Lucas

Born in Bloomington Indiana, Austin Lucas was taught how to sing by his musician father Robert Lucas before he could even speak.
at home or in the car, his family would sing and make music. travelling thoughout the summertime to folk, bluegrass and old time music festivals where his father would perform every year..
as Austin became old enough to attend school he also was sent to the indiana university childrens choir to hone his gift of singing..

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Kristina Train

Hearing Kristina Train for the first time is nothing less than a revelation: her sunny, easygoing demeanor and youthful good looks belie the heart-wrenching power of her voice. Train’s Blue Note debut, Spilt Milk, is urbane and soulful, lush in its arrangements but intimate in its emotions, built on a foundation of classic and deeply felt southern soul. The title track unfolds with an almost cinematic grandeur, its string-laden chorus swelling with widescreen melancholy.

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