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Post-1977 Gibson Serial Numbers In 1977 Gibson introduced the serialization method that is in practice today.
Most Happy Fellows 1977 International Quartet Champions from Seattle Washington.
Most Happy Fellows 1977 International Quartet Champions from Seattle Washington.
Musical instruments - Music technologies Tuerk Technologies origins date back to 1977, when Hohner SA (Pty) Ltd opened its doors as an independent subsidiary to Hohner Germany in downtown Johannesburg. Founded by Walter Tuerk and joined by his son Peter Tuerk in 1989, Tuerk Technologies...
Bobo A four piece band (1973-1977) from Louisville, Kentucky. Bobo appeared at local rock clubs and in concert appearances with 'Ted Nugent', 'Trapeze' and 'Styx.'
Norddeutscher Figuralchor One of the leading semi-professional chamber choirs in the Federal Republic of Germany. Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany. Site in German and English.
Meijering, Cord (1955- ), Esens, Germany. The Dutch composer, living in Darmstadt Germany, studied with Hans Werner Henze. He composed scores for opera, orchestra, ballet, film, chamber ensembles, choir, and solo instruments.
Krass Offers information on electronica, including party dates in the UK and Germany. Also includes archives and photo galleries.
The Wire Sound Archive 60 second MP3 clips from 1977 to 2000.
Siegel, Aaron (1977- ) Biography, compositions, installations, performances, and recordings.
Dukes of Harmony 1977 and '80 International Champions from Scarborough, Ontario Canada.
Dukes of Harmony 1977 and '80 International Champions from Scarborough, Ontario Canada.
Face The Music Germany Official German fan club for ELO and its former members. Membership information, along with information on band and solo projects, conventions and tour dates. Site in English and German.
Chechik, Sandra (1977- ), Montreal, Canada. Biography, sound files, and links.
Elvis Presley in Concert Archive of information on live appearances from 1968 to 1977.
Arciniegas, Javier (1977- ),Bogota, Colombia. Biography, catalog, and sound files.
Tcherepnin, Alexander (1899 - 1977) Brief biographical sketch, comments on his style, and Naxos discography.
Celli, Pedro A composer for film and music production. Offers a broad spectrum of atmospheres and musical styles. Demo CD's and MP3s download.
The Jubilate Choir Founded in 1977; regular public performances, supported by the London Borough of Croydon.
Epstein-Hynes, Brendan (1977- ), Houston, Texas. Biography and works from the Classical Composers Database.
Carey, William Arthur (1977- ), Madison, Wisconsin. Picture, biography, compositions, links, and contact information.
Wernick, Richard (1934- ), Boston, MA. Picture, biography, works and reviews. Winner of the 1977 Pulitzer Prize.
Serum Homepage of band from Munich, Germany with news, information, MP3 samples, photos, gig dates.
Bootleggin' Hobos, The Jump-blues band from Germany. Biography, discography, and sound files.
Dime to Destiny Homepage of a young Christian rockband from South Germany - with sound examples.
Vendetta Streetpunk/Oi band from Germany with male and female vocals. Site has a list of upcoming gigs, lyrics and a brief band biography. [German/English] Information on Germany's Reggae scene, including shows, news, soundsystems, artists, clubs, CD reviews, and radio stations. Site in German and English.
AC/EAZY AC/DC Tribute band from Bavaria, Germany. Includes tour dates and pictures.
Audio Kollaps Extreme Hardcore Punk from Hannover, Germany. Featuring ex-Recharge members. Site in English and German.


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