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Zaire

;Karubandika", which was so popular that the term has become synonymous with dancing. Among the Igbo people, Ghanaian highlife became popular in the early 1950s, and other guitar-band styles from Cameroon and Zaire soon followed. The Ghanaian E. T. Mensah, easily the most popular highlife performer of the 1950s, toured Igbo-land frequently, drawing huge crowds of devoted fans. Bobby Benson & His Combo was the first Nigerian highlife band to find audiences across


Blackpool

July 2009 and would later come to be known as britpop; "With Oasis achieving a number one album and Shed Seven being praised everywhere, the good old unambiguous British guitar band could be making a comeback. Like Oasis, this York band are defiantly heterosexual, and brimming with what in a previous day would have been called arrogance, and is now known as 'attitude'." WikiPedia:Blackpool Commons:Category:Blackpool


Reading, Berkshire

Dobson. The Courtney brothers had previously played with pop punk guitar band Gel, which was scouted and signed by Seymour Stein, the founder of Sire (Sire Records). Alper used to front the Period Pains, who scored a hit with an anti-Spice Girls song in 1997. Early


Cameroon

town of Gamboru in northeastern Nigeria. His Range Rover with Nigerian diplomatic plates was stopped by border guards, and Taylor's identity was eventually established. State Department (United States Department of State) staff later reported that significant amounts of cash and heroin were found in the vehicle. Among the Igbo people, Ghanaian highlife became popular in the early 1950s, and other guitar-band styles from Cameroon and Zaire soon followed. The Ghanaian E


Kingston upon Hull

, England. WikiPedia:Kingston upon Hull Commons:Category:Kingston upon Hull


Zimbabwe

. '''Leonard Tazvivinga Dembo''' (6 February 1959 – 9 April 1996) was a Zimbabwean guitar-band musician who became extremely popular in Zimbabwe during the 1990s with his band the 'Barura Express'. He continued to race in the South African Formula One Championship until 1969, scoring three podiums in 1966. After his racing career ended, Puzey ran a garage in his home town of Bulawayo until 2000, when it was attacked in the Zimbabwean uprising. Being a prominent anti- Robert


Sheffield

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Ghana

Uwaifo , Bob Pinado, the Bunzus, the Black Berets, T.O.Jazz, S.K. Oppong and Atongo Zimba. In the 1970s he ran his own Bokoor highlife guitar band which released 20 songs and since 1982 has been running Bokoor Recording Studio 8 miles north of Accra: which released 9 records and 60 commercial cassettes and is currently releasing 3 highlife cd’s: ‘Electric Highlife’ (Naxos label Hong Kong US), ‘Vintage Palmwine’ (Otrabanda, Holland), the ‘Guitar and Gun” (Sterns Earthworks UK). ref>


Nigeria

. Biography '''John Collins''' is a guitarist, harmonica player and percussionist and has worked, recorded and played with numerous Ghanaian and Nigerian bands; the Jaguar Jokers, Francis Kenya, E.T. Mensah, Abladei, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, Koo Nimo, Kwaa Mensah, Victor Uwaifo, Bob Pinado, the Bunzus, the Black Berets, T.O.Jazz, S.K. Oppong and Atongo Zimba. In the 1970s he ran his own Bokoor highlife guitar band which released 20 songs


Puerto Rico

Coliseum . '''La Secta AllStar''' (or simply '''La Secta''') is a prominent rock en Español band (Musical band) from Puerto Rico. The band members are Mark Kilpatrick (bass guitar), Gustavo Laureano (singer), John Lengel (drums (Drum kit)), and Mikey Genao (guitar). Band history Mark Kilpatrick and Gustavo Laureano met in Orlando, Florida where they studied sound engineering. After graduating they moved to Miami Beach and started working


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