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Anything by Michael Bublé!

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The timeless band is Chicago. After all, they don't really care what year it is!
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One is not enough; here's three can't-miss undersung heroes:  Jennifer Warnes, Jesse Winchester and John Prine.  My list is much longer, but they're at the top.

 

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Moody Blues.

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Follow STILLWELL BLUE on Sound Cloud, You Tube, iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify.  Incredible lyrics and music!!!

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More than one:  the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon

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I have two...one group and one individual. The group is Alabama. I think Randy Owen is terrific.

 

The indivudual is Yanni!

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The EAGLES! !! Just saw them at the new Fiserv Forum (new Milwaukee Bucks Arena). My #1 Bucket List event achieved... Lived! When the 2 1/2 hour concert was over, my musician husband and I were emotionally drained-happily! My first comment was "How do you ever top that?" The Eagles are exceptional musicians that meld together in the most glorious way, creating their unique, phenomenal sound. I think they're even better than they were in the 70's - their beginning. Finally... Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Deacon Frey, Vince Gill, Timothy B. Schmit, and Steuart Smith... Thank you for giving me priceless memories of a night I will never forget. 

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Rhonda Vincent (and the Rage)

Great voice versatile, hard working,

can do any genre,

but being a bluegreass girl is where her heart is

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Bob Dylan and John Coltrane

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