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Biography

Multiple artists use this name: For AUS hardcore see 'Syndicate'.

1. Garage Rock 60's.
Formed
1964, CA, United States
Disbanded
1966
Members
Jim Kobzeff (rhythm guitar), Bill Rash (lead vocals, keyboards), Bill Patapoff (bass, vocals), Rick Cronin (lead guitar, vocals), Bob Bourbon (drums)

2. Dallas favorite trigger men are back! The Syndicate. What can one say about @VKStudiosDFW's flagship artists that even gunshots couldn't silence. Straight outta @VKStudiosDFW "dem boys you love to HATE" are back in the studio. With a mouth, a reputation and the soldiers to back it up, The Syndicate's new sound has taken the shape of a soundtrack "to pulling a kick door". The two D-Town emcee's Billy Syn and Mario Syn are a rap experience not just rappers. Some would call it "street" but this is a "rap opus at its rawest". Welcome to an audio-biographical look at Dallas brought to you by two latinos who have lived fast and moved up thru the ranks even faster. The music is produced by Billy Syn himself (Young Bleed, Gucci Mane, SparkDawg) and with their mix of aggressive lyrics this is a group worth taking a whole new look at if you haven't before. This is a group worth taking a whole new look at if you haven't before.

3. A band that was originally based around keyboardist and composer Joe Zawinul (July 7, 1932 – September 11, 2007). After his death, his fellow The Zawinul Syndicate band members decided to continue his legacy under the new name, The Syndicate. In 2012, the group published 'File Under Zawinul', featuring six previously unreleased recordings with Joe Zawinul himself.

Aziz Sahmaoui (vocals, percussion); Emile Parisien (saxophone); Alegre Correa (guitar); Thierry Eliez (keyboards); Alune Wade (bass); Jon Grandcamp (drums).

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