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Baby Dee (US)

Baby Dee (born 1953 in Cleveland, OH, United States), is a performance artist / harpist / accordionist / singer-songwriter. Her latest release is "A Book of Songs for Anne Marie".

In NYC, Dee is best known as the badly angelic, Shirley Temple obsessed, high riding cat that ruled the streets of 90s Lower Manhattan. Her quest for adventure and little fishes led her to become the bilateral hermaphrodite of Coney Island Circus Sideshow and Kamikaze Freak Show.

Michael Musto calls her "a fabulous accordionist" and "ingenious harpist". Time Out calls her "the nightclub sensation". The LA Times calls her "hilariously bawdy".

She has worked with Marc Almond, Will Oldham, Andrew Wilkes-Krier (aka Andrew W.K.), Rob...

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Victor Herrero (ES)

Víctor Herrero was introduced to music in his childhood, studying Gregorian and Mozarabic chant under the guidance of Benedictine monks (while living in Franco’s infamous monastery El Valle de los Caídos). Joining the abbey’s boys’ choir he performed internationally and was featured in the soundtrack and as an extra in the Belgian independent film ‘Farinelli’ (Gérard Corbiau, 1994). Around this time he began studying the classical guitar.
As a teenager back in his hometown Toledo he formed a psych-rock outfit called ‘Cicely’, which grew into a popular Madrid-based band. The group lasted 8 years. Following their break-up he recorded and released an album of his solo piano compositions (“Connotaciones para Piano”) under the stage name...

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