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Don Mclean (US)

Don McLean (born October 2, 1945 in New Rochelle, New York) is an American singer-songwriter, most famous for his 1971 song "American Pie", released from the album of the same name, about the plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, and The Big Bopper (Jiles Perry (J.P.) (Jape) Richardson, Jr.). The song, an international number one single, spawned the phrase "The Day the Music Died," referring to the day of the crash [3 February 1959]. It was later listed as the No. 5 song on the RIAA project 'Songs of the Century'.

Early in his career, McLean was mentored by the folk legend Pete Seeger, and he accompanied Seeger on his Clearwater boat up the Hudson River in 1969 to protest at environmental pollution in the river...

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Jarrod Dickenson (US)

Jarrod Dickenson is an Austin-born singer/songwriter now living in New York (2013) who lays bare his soul in every song he writes. His hauntingly honest lyrics about life, love, hope, and despair bring the listener inside his world, and commands their undivided attention. Whether it is the gut-wrenching pain of heartache, or the hope of a brighter tomorrow, Jarrod's songs have the unique ability of making you feel what he is feeling. One only has to listen to the raw emotion in his voice to know that Jarrod is not simply a fine story-teller, but also someone who has truly experienced that which he so powerfully sings of.

Jarrod's debut album, "Ashes On The Ground", was released in early 2009
The follow up album, "The Lon...

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