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Caedmons Call
Cake
Califone
Calox
Camacho
Camaros
Camilla Benson
Candeye Kane
Candiria Web Page Candiria spring forth with a death meta/jazz fusion that straddles the two incredibly will, balancing the much bigger chip of Death Metal with the subtle infusion of jazz fills, licks and time changes makin this Brooklyn band an act to watch. Procees of Self Development
Candy Meat
Cannanes
Canned Heat
Carmel Quinn Web Page Carmel Quinn has delighted audiences ever since she captivated the American public as part of the Arthur Godfrey family on his famed television program.
Carnegie Hall Celebrates The Glorious M-G-M Musicals
Carnegie Hall celebrates the Music of Nat King Cole
Carolann Solebello
Carrie Smith
Cascabulho Cascabulho are the new generation of musicians who reinvent the powerful coco & forro rhythms & renovate the traditional music of Pernambuco
Casey Parker
Catch-a-Fire This band was the best Reggae band around New York City in the 80's.
Cathal McConnell
Cathedral Web Page Cathedral play an incrediably hard metaled out Sabbath style rock, like bong smoking revivalists still writing songs in the blacklight poster covered bedrooms, in their parents suburban London house.
Cathie Martino
Cavin' Melon
Cecil Brooks lll Organ Quartet
Cecil Payne Quintet
Cecil Tayler and his Trio
Ced-G & Kool Keith
Celebracion Dominicana! With Asa Dife
Celia Cruz
Champale
Channel Live
Chapman Stick Night
Charles McPherson Quartet
Charlevoix
Charlie Dog
Charlie Prose Web Page Charlie Prose hails from the coal country region of Pennsylvania and became a Jersey shore tradition over the past 25 years with his performances in the theatres and showrooms on the shore.
Chaz
Cheili Minucci, Chuck Loeb & their Band
Cherish the Ladies Web Page Cherish the Ladies is the premiere all-women ensemble on America's traditional Irish music scene. In what has been a male dominated field, they have won the hearts of music critics and audiences alike on both sides of the Atlantic.
Cherokee Sex Workshop
Chiadad
Chicago One of the best loved & most successful bands in rock history. The band's heavy mix of rock, jazz, R&B, Latin & classical played out over the course of 4 epic records. A rare accomplishment in the rock world. Famous hits are "Love Me Tomorrow, What Kind
Chico Freeman Quintet
Chico Science Chico Science leads one of Brazil's most original and exciting bands; drum driven grooves ranging from samba to makossa to hip-hop meet guitar thunder
Child of Chaos
Chip Taylor
Chizh & Co.
Choosy Mothers
Choral & Orchestral Concert
Chris Cain Web Page "Cain is worth the attention-his dense guitar word, full bodied singing and solid original songs prove him to be a cut above the run of contemporary blues men." -- Billboard Magazine
Chris Cheeck
Chris Jones
Chris Lynn
Chris McDermott Web Page Guitar player Mcdermott is a member of a new school of blues based performers coming out of Boston that also includes G -Love.
Chris Phillips Band Web Page Phillips' influences draw much from the sound of late 70's/early 80's Pop; Steely Dan, Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind and Fire, Billy Joel.
Christian Death Web Page One of the most prolific Gothic groups in existence, with a total of more than twenty five albums in their fifteen years, are still going strong. Formed by Rick Agnew of the Adolescents, Christian Death have packed the Limelight countless times.
Christine Lavin
Chuck Loeb
Chuck Mangione
Chump Change
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Cindy Lee Berryhill
Circle
Circus Junkies
CIV
Clara Belina and the Flying Monkeys Web Page Clara Bellino - Savoy sensuos, bell ringing earful of joy. Clara, the vocal zigzag seductive fume, rushing like a French kiss. Clara Bellino
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown Brown's has an unrelenting sense of humor, grace & soul. He can turn out an authentic zydeco two-stepper, rock the house with a Bill Dogget boogie, throw down a painfully slow blues, then pick up the fiddle for a hee-haw styled breakdown.
Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown
Clarence Spady Web Page "The sharpest yet most emotive slide guitar in town... Where the hell is this coming from and why haven't I heard from him before." &nsbp; - Tribe Magazine - Tom Gizben Clarence Spady
Claudia Acuna Group
Claudia Hayden Project
Clawhammer
Cliff Goldmacher
Clint Dadian Trio
Clowns For Progress Web Page The East Village's own Clowns For Progress play of glammy schmaltz punk, roaring and rocking yet oozing with a Mel Tomre quality. The Clowns, staying true to their name, dress the part, with makeup, tuxedos, and plenty of goofy posturing.
Cockeyed Jr.
Coffin Daggers On the suave side of the lounge surf aisle at times, and at others with twang and interesting ideas, the Coffin Daggers use subtle changes in arrangement to great affect when covering familiar standards --Reverb Central
Colder Thy Kiss
Cole Connection
Colie Brice Web Page After several years of musical and spiritual incubation, Colie Brice is ready to emerge. His debut solo album New Age Blues, features songs and sounds that express a yearning to understand the deeper meaning of life.
Colin Hay
Colin Raye Web Page An academy of country music nomination for song of the year and a top ten album of the year. USA TODAY, says " it's not hard to understand why Collin Raye is considered one of contemporary country music's hottest stars."
Colleen Sexton
Color House
Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen Web Page Led by Cody's rollicking piano playing they were named the best live band of 1975 by Billboard International.
Common Ground
Concrete Jungle
Coney Island Rain
Constant Velocity
Continental Drifters Web Page The Continental Drifters ' Peter Holsapple (ex-db and REM's fifth man), susan Cowsill (the Cowsills), Vicki Peterson (ex-Bangles and Go-go's maternity leave replacement) and assorted others form an all-star coalition of grassroots American rockers. photo
Corey Harris
Cornelius Claudio Kreusch
Cornell Dupree
Cosmic Box
Cougar Band
Courtney Pine
Coward
Cowboy Mouth
Cows
Cows in the Graveyard
Craig Handy Quartet
Craig Wooper
Crosby Stills & Nash
Cross Force
Culture and Michael Mafiano
Culture Clash
Culture with Enchantaz
Cyrus Chestnut Trio & Kengo Nakamura, Neal Smith

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