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  • Strummin Dog

    The selection of songs were all one or two take songs, a little rough, but I believe I captured the feel of the songs. They were all recorded in Paihia, New Zealand and Sitka, Alaska. My main guitars are a 1929 National Triolian and 1927 Gibson L-1. On a few of the recordings, I use a Martin and Ibanez acoustic.

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  • Lee Asnin

    Lee Asnin has been playing guitar for over 35 years. His first, primary influences were Doc Watson & Leo Kottke. Kottke's playing first introduced Lee to slide/bottleneck playing. Lee's next major musical epiphany was hearing Mississippi Fred McDowell's playing.

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  • Jeff Aker

    A long time member of Spokane Washinton's professional music scene, Jeff Aker has been playing both electric and acoustic guitar, professionally, since 1971. Both as a solo act and as a member of numerous bands, he has played everything from 'ballsy' Rock to 80's Punk to traditional folk; Jeff has played it all.

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  • Folk, Rock

  • Silver Jackson

    AKA Nicholas Galanin (co-founder of HSR and HSF) works hard, A creative man whose ideas never stop in their infancy. A stay at home super dad by day and artist magician by night. The son of Strummin Dog and brother of Little Stones Father front man, music waters his family tree.

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  • GEO

    AKA George Huff (co-founder of HSR and HSF) was raised in Sitka, AK and resides in Portland. His music is a mix of everything he has ever loved and hated - and as an avid consumer of everything musical and digital, this tends to encompass a lot.

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  • Jed Delong

    "I write songs with a guitar. I am a human with a range of emotions, therefore my songs tend to have different vibes. I like happy songs. I love songs that make you dwell on unhappy thoughts. I like airplanes. I like life most of the time. I love music, but whenever I try to make my own, I fall short. Peace."e;

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  • Sonny Smith

    Sonny Smith was born in San Francisco, 1972. At seventeen he moved to the Colorado mountain town of Gunnison and started playing blues piano in local bars and clubs. Two years later he moved to Denver and entertained weekly at the Mercury Cafe and Muddy's Coffee House playing four and five-hour sets till closing at 3am.

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  • Andrew Miller

    Andy Miller took his first and only guitar lesson in the dusty attic above a record store when he thirteen years old. Two days later, his teacher called to say he was done giving lessons, leaving Andy alone to figure out the chords to Hootie and Blowfish and Green Day songs.

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  • Little Stone's Father

    LSF was raised on Chuck Norris - their tears cure cancer and acne. Watch for LSF's first EP due out this spring.

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  • Jack Ruby Presents

    Chris Hernandez, Melissa Davaz, Aaron Owens, and Jesse Hughey love music. Well read backwoods children of the 90's, they come from operatic punk and indie jazz schooling citing influences as far reaching as Charles Mingus, Connor Oberst, Broken Social Scene, and Wilco.

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  • Hip-Hop

  • Phonetic

    Phonetic is an Mc from Alaska with a very determined independent spirit. Phonetic built a small recording studio in his garage far away from anyone to teach him how it was done. He believed in learning hands-on, and over time became proficient at recording his own material and even making beats.

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  • Rockwell Powers

    Rockwell Powers is an emcee from Tacoma, WA. Originally from Anchorage, AK, Zach "Rockwell" Powers began recording and performing when he was 18, playing a major role in Anchorage's hip-hop community as an artist, promoter, and host of the popular KRUA radio program "Can I Kick It."

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  • Konsept

    Jake Good (aka Konsept) is from Juneau, Alaska's capitol city. He grew up both there and over-seas for the most part. Jake got involved in the Juneau Hip-Hop scene along with other friends in the beginning of its development. The first group he played in was a funk/fusion/hip-hop band called The Animatronic Stage Show.

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  • Micelph

    Southeast Alaskan rapper, Micelph has been rapping since 1998. He first appeared on the Highly Unlikely album, The Birth along with MC's Phonetic and LP3. He has just finished working on two solo projects, "Micelphishweighs" and "Celph-Made" which are due to release on May 19th, 2006.

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  • LP3

    LP3 aka. Problem child releases a new track off his upcoming release. A member of Highly Unlikely, LP3 has been in studio with Producer magician extraordinaire Silver Jackson working on his solo album, look for more information on LP3 and his music here.

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