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Zaire

1960s, in Kenya's capital city of Nairobi. In the 1940s, the African Broadcasting Service in Nairobi aired a steady stream of soukous, South African kwela, Zairean finger-style guitar (Fingerpicking) and various kinds of Cuban dance music. There were also popular folk songs of Kenya's Luo (Luo (family of ethnic groups)) and Kikuyu (Kikuyu people) peoples. Upon the interference of Tutsi army in response to the genocide, Bagosora fled


Nairobi

. In the 1940s, the African Broadcasting Service in Nairobi aired a steady stream of soukous, South African kwela, Zairean finger-style guitar (Fingerpicking) and various kinds of Cuban dance music. There were also popular folk songs of Kenya's Luo (Luo (family of ethnic groups)) and Kikuyu (Kikuyu people) peoples. Current work In September 2003, Petritsch, Austria’s Permanent Representative in Geneva, was elected President-Designate of the Mine


Democratic Republic of the Congo

attained by ''salegy'' and ''tsapika'' just as there are many nationally and internationally acclaimed musicians who draw upon the musical traditions of the coastal regions in their compositions. Of note are Hazolahy (a largely acoustic roots band from the Southeast that plays mangaliba), D'Gary (an acclaimed acoustic guitarist from the inland South near Betroka), and Toto Mwandjani (who popularized Congolese (Democratic Republic of the Congo) ''ndombolo (Soukous)''-style guitar


Slovakia

, is an exception). Because of this, the 6V6 became very popular for use in consumer-market musical instrument amplifiers, particularly combo-style guitar amps such as the Fender Champ, the Gibson GA-40, and the Fender Princeton Reverb, Fender Tremolux Reverb, and Fender Deluxe Reverb amps, which run a push-pull pair of 6V6s at 410V-plus on the plates. (In such amplifiers, the Russian 6PS6 cannot withstand the strain.) This market allows Chinese (China), Slovakian and Russian tube factories to keep the 6V6 in production to this day. Similar tubes The '''German 1st Ski Division''' ( Commons:Category:Slovakia WikiPedia:Slovakia Dmoz:Regional Europe Slovakia eo:Slovakio


Kenya

. '''Benga''' is a genre (musical genre) of Kenyan popular music. It evolved between the late 1940s and late 1960s, in Kenya's capital city of Nairobi. In the 1940s, the African Broadcasting Service in Nairobi aired a steady stream of soukous, South African kwela, Zairean finger-style guitar (Fingerpicking) and various kinds of Cuban dance music. There were also popular folk songs of Kenya's Luo (Luo (family of ethnic groups)) and Kikuyu people


Romania

and contemporary pop, occasionally introducing other influences such as hot Nashville (Nashville, Tennessee)-style guitar licks. '''B.U.G. Mafia''' ("'''Bucharest Underground Mafia'''", originally "Black Underground Mafia") is a Romanian (Romanians) hip hop (hip hop music) group from Pantelimon, Bucharest, widely regarded as one of the seminal acts of gangsta rap in Romania. Founded in 1993, it was among the first Romanian (Romanians) hip hop acts. Active from 1993


South Africa

. It evolved between the late 1940s and late 1960s, in Kenya's capital city of Nairobi. In the 1940s, the African Broadcasting Service in Nairobi aired a steady stream of soukous, South African kwela, Zairean finger-style guitar (Fingerpicking) and various kinds of Cuban dance music. There were also popular folk songs of Kenya's Luo (Luo (family of ethnic groups)) and Kikuyu (Kikuyu people) peoples. '''Grey College''' is a state school public


Canada

Canadian (Canada) hockey (ice hockey) player who played for six National Hockey League teams from 1959 to 1975, '''Johannes Linstead''' (also records under the name '''Sevara''') is an award-winning Canadian (Canada) guitarist and instrumentalist that fuses virtuoso Spanish-style guitar with Afro-Cuban (Music of Cuba), Middle Eastern (Middle Eastern music), and Latin American (Latin American music) percussion and instrumentation. In 2010, Linstead was named "World


Australia

of the late 1980s and early 1990s fronted by vocalist Simon Day. Their combination of indie pop songwriting and energetic punk (Punk rock)-style guitar won them fans from both the indie (indie rock) and skate-punk communities. '''Ollie Olsen''' (born Ian Olsen http: www.abc.net.au longway artist_index ollieolsen.htm 1958, Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian composer, synthesist (synthesizer) and sound designer who has been producing


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