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Darius Rucker

Saturday May 13th He first gained fame as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the Grammy Award-winning American rock band Hootie & the Blowfish, which he founded in 1986 […]

Santa Cecilia

Tuesday May 9th A Mexican-American band based in Los Angeles, California who play a blend of many forms of music, including cumbia, bossa nova, and boleros.  The name La Santa […]

Gaby Moreno

Friday April 7th Professionally known as Gaby Moreno, a Guatemalan singer-songwriter and guitarist. Her music ranges from blues, jazz, soul, to R&B.  Moreno sings both in English and Spanish.  She […]

Social Distortion

Wednesday April 5th Formed in 1978, Social Distortion has released seven full-length studio albums, two compilations, one live album, and two DVDs. They released two albums — Mommy’s Little Monster […]

Cody Johnson

Friday April 28th Texas Country singer-songwriter. He has self-released six albums; the sixth album Gotta Be Me debuted at number two on the Billboard’s Country Albums chart.  via artist wiki

The 1975

Sunday April 23rd The 1975 are an English rock band originating from Manchester. The band’s origins trace to them attending Wilmslow High School and playing together as teenagers in 2002. […]

Maria Bamford

Saturday April 22nd American stand-up comedian, actress, and voice actress. She is best known for her portrayal of her dysfunctional family and self-deprecating comedy involving jokes about depression and anxiety. […]

Snoop Dogg

Wednesday April 19th Known professionally as Snoop Dogg (sometimes shortened to Snoop and formerly called Snoop Doggy Dogg and Snoop Lion), is an American rapper and actor from Long Beach, […]

Morrissey

Monday April 10th In 1988, Morrissey launched his solo career with the album Viva Hate. This and its follow-up albums – Bona Drag, Kill Uncle, Your Arsenal, and Vauxhall and […]