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Several different "High Noon" bands merged

Several different "High Noon" bands merged

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Spotify has merged at least three entirely different bands, each with the name "High Noon". One is a Texas based rockabilly trio from the 90s that played very traditional rockabilly style music with guitar and upright bass. Another is a group that played traditional Native American music with vocal chanting and hand drums. So wildly different kinds of music. The third is kind of a glam,  hard rocking blues rock band with a female singe from the 2010s a bit in the mold of someone like Joss Stone. So again wildly different music, different artists.

These three albums are the rockabilly band, featuring slap upright bass virtuoso Kevin Smith, who currently plays in Willie Nelson's band.

These are the traditional Native American tribal music performers.

Here is female fronted blue rock band.

There is yet another album under "High Noon" that may be a 4th band  or possibly a different incarnation of the female fronted blues rock band, unsure.  They have a male singer but are much more glam, hair metal in the mold of someone like Motley Crue or Poison, something like that.

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Hi @sean_dorn,


Thanks for posting in the Spotify Community, and for the detailed information regarding these merged artist profiles. 


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