Framing Hanley is a five piece alternative rock band from Cookeville (Tennessee), United States. Nixon, Chris, Brandon, Tim, and Luke came together to form a band that was eventually named Framing Hanley. (The band was called by a different name up until 2006, Embers Fade, but changed in dedication to a great friend of the band, Ashley Hanley, who passed away.) With their amazing musical abilities and live show the band quickly gained a large following in Nashville.
Aleister X adds darkness to blackness and takes the musichall to the dancehall, engaging in some old skool Arthur Askey clowning along the way. This is the sound of light entertainment back from the dead and at its very best. So put your dancing shoes on, listen up, and get in touch with your dark side.
Go West are a British pop group. The duo formed in London, UK in 1982, with Peter Cox and Richard Drummie. Go West quickly had a publishing deal and possessed a portastudio, but lacked a band or recording company. Peter and Richard decided, with support from John Glover, their manager, to find a musical producer, and record just two of their songs. The tracks We Close Our Eyes and Call Me found Go West developing a record deal with Chrysalis Records. The songwriting duo specialised in radio friendly, white soul sounds.
CLASSIC CLAPTON the World's No1 Eric Clapton Tribute Band featuring front-man Mike Hall are undertaking a 25th Anniversary Tour throughout the UK during 2010. The tour culminates with a special Anniversary Concert at Newcastle City Hall on 11 December 2010. The band was formed in 1985 in Newcastle upon Tyne long before the term “tribute band” was invented, and named themselves ''After Midnight'' after Eric Clapton’s first solo hit.
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah is a Brooklyn and Philadelphia based indie-rock band consisting of Alec Ounsworth, Lee Sargent, Robbie Guertin, Tyler Sargent, and Sean Greenhalgh. All the band members attended Connecticut College, in New London, Connecticut, United States Their debut album, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, recorded by Adam Lasus (Genius + Love = Yo La Tengo/The Dirt of Luck), was self-released in 2005, receiving attention from numerous MP3 blogs and a favorable review from Pitchfork Media, who gave the band a "Best New Music" commendation.
Pelvis is not a french band. That band has an accent in their name. Pelvis is a medium sized band from Oregon. They love music and freedom.
Boys Like Girls is a pop rock band which formed in Andover, Massachusetts, United States in 2005. The band currently consists of Martin Johnson (vocals, guitar), Paul DiGiovanni (guitar, vocals), Morgan Dorr (bass) and John Keefe (drums). The group's original bassist, Bryan Donahue, left the band in 2011. As of February 2011 the band announced they would be going on an indefinite hiatus. Recently, on November 17th, 2011, Martin Johnson tweeted "...#boyslikegirlsisback", revealing that the group has not broken up, rather that the members are taking a rest and engaging in various side projects.
The most prominent Lithuanian jazz singer and a master of flute. On stage she spreads emotions and sincerity, and her voice, mostly used as an equal instrument in the ensemble and often leading up to emotional culminations, is both full of vitality and intimately mild. Since 1986, when Neda first appeared on the jazz stage with the student ensemble, led by her teacher <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Vladimir+Chekasin" class="bbcode_artist">Vladimir Chekasin</a>, her flute and colourful voice was heard in projects with almost all of the Lithuanian jazz masters, as well as with her international partners.
2005-present The Paper Scissors have gone from party band du jour, off the back of We Don’t Walk and Yamanote Line from their 2007 debut Less Talk More Paper Scissors, to now being one of the solid forces in Australian music. The Sydney based lads built a snowball from their live shows and high rotation radio play on Triple J and community radio, as well as a leg up from high profile spots on TV ads and major network shows. They toured relentlessly, with headline spots of their own and major festivals such as Falls, Playground Weekender and Southbound.
Radiohead are an English alternative rock band from Abingdon, Oxfordshire. The band is composed of Thom Yorke (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano, beats), Jonny Greenwood (lead guitar, keyboard, other instruments), Ed O'Brien (guitar, backing vocals), Colin Greenwood (bass guitar) and Phil Selway (drums, percussion). Radiohead released their first single, "Creep," in 1992. The song was initially unsuccessful, but it became a worldwide hit several months after the release of their debut album, Pablo Honey (1993).