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  2. 1) Happy Go Lucky was formed in Malmö 2001 by Jan Lundgren. He wanted to explore what his simple songs would sound like if he messed them up with…

  3. Chris Von Sneidern, born Syracuse, New York, is an American singer/songwriter. He earned a cult following with a string of indie releases during the…

  4. Seth Swirsky (b. August 5, 1960, New Haven, Connecticut) is an American pop/power pop singer-songwriter, author, political columnist, and noted…

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  6. There are two bands with the name Splitsville:

    1) Splitsville USA is a Baltimore based band born out of the ashes of the critically-acclaimed power…

  7. The Red Button is the refreshingly retro collaboration between singer-songwriters Seth Swirsky and Mike Ruekberg. Their original songs showcase…

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    1. The Scruffs were Memphis' other great power pop group, lead by singer/guitarist Stephen Burns.…

  9. Phil Seymour, born Philip Warren Seymour on May 15, 1952, is best remembered as one-half of the creative force behind the Dwight Twilley Band,…

  10. The Toms was the solo project of singer/songwriter Tom Marolda, who played all of the instruments on his 1979 self-titled debut album. In 1997 the…

  11. One could say that L.E.O. is a 21st century, alt-pop version of the Traveling Wilburys, filtering the spirit of ELO and like-minded groups through a…

  12. Ever since the early Sixties and the arrival of a youngster called Brian Wilson, California has been the global powerhouse of melodic sunshine. Pop…

  13. Fotomaker was a power pop group based on Long Island, NY which released 3 albums between 1978-79. It was considered to be somewhat of a…

  14. Scott McCarl of The Raspberries offers up a delightful 50-minute, 17-track album. Scott didn't write the Holy Book Of Pop, but he certainly adds…

  15. Blue Ash is a United States band, formed in Ohio in the summer of 1969 by bassist Frank Secich & vocalist Jim Kendzor. Guitarist Bill Yendrek and…

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  17. Rough Bunnies are Frida & Anna. They are cousins.

  18. Brainpool is a pop music group from Lund, Sweden. They were most popular in the mid-1990s when they released three infectuous power-pop albums…

  19. San Francisco's Sneetches feature the classic pop songwriting talents of vocalist/guitarist Mike Levy and guitarist Matt Carges, plus the…

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