Music of Delaware
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Delaware is a state in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. The Delaware Symphony Orchestra is the largest organization of professional performers in the state, and is more than seventy years old; the orchestra evolved out of the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra.1 The Delaware Music Festival is a prominent music festival.citation needed Other musical institutions include OperaDelaware, the Music School of Delaware, and the School of Contemporary Music.
- David Bromberg
- Gary Allegretto, blues harmonica musician 45
- Clifford Brown, jazz trumpetercitation needed
- Cab Calloway, jazz band leader, retired to Wilmington, and died in Hockessin, Delawarecitation needed
- Tom Verlaine and Richard Hell of the band Television. Attended school at St. Andrew's School. Verlaine would later briefly attend the University of Delaware.citation needed
- George Thorogood, blues/rock musician.citation needed
- Bob Marley lived in Delaware for a brief time, during which he was employed at the General Motors site in Newport.citation needed
- Boysetsfire, post-hardcore punk band,6
- The Spinto Bandcitation needed
- Omnisoulcitation needed
- The Caulfieldscitation needed
- Delaware Symphony
- Delaware State Song
- "Delaware Coast Press". Archived from the original on 2006-03-02.
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