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MxPx

MxPx is a punk rock band that was formed in 1992 in Bremerton, Washington, United States. MxPx started as three 15-year-old kids calling themselves Magnified Plaid pounding out music inspired by and similar to The Descendents and other Southern California pop-punk bands. They didn’t really love their band name, however, which was a tribute to the original guitarist’s penchant for wearing one particularly loud plaid shirt. Consequently, the name was abbreviated to M.P.

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Harmony

There are several artists under the name of Harmony: Harmony is a Swedish progressive power metal band hailing from Borås
Harmony is a female rapper. Her real name is Pamela Scott.
Harmony is a Dutch trio which represented the Netherlands at the Eurovision Song Contest in Jerusalem in 1978.
Harmony is a band from Melbourne, Australia who play bad vibes garage ballads. Features members of The Nation Blue, mclusky and Remake Remodel.
Harmony is a heavy metal band from Chile.

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Stellar Kart

From the opening salvo of Stellar Kart’s third album Expect the Impossible, it’s evident that the Dove Award-winning band is revolutionizing its sound with this adventurous, spirited, and totally unexpected pop ‘n’ roll project. Returning to helm the project is producer Ian Eskelin (All Star United), who also shepherded Stellar Kart’s breakthrough sophomore album, We Can’t Stand Sitting Down. That CD yielded the No.

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Switchfoot

Switchfoot is an alternative rock band from San Diego, California, United States. The band was formed in 1996 with the brothers Jon Foreman (lead singer/guitarist) and Tim Foreman (bass). Long-time friend Chad Butler (drums) joined soon after. Eventually the band evolved to what it is today with the addition of members Jerome Fontamillas (key/guitar/electronics - formerly of Mortal and Fold Zandura) and Drew Shirley (guitar - formerly of All Together Separate).

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Article One

Article One is a Christian rock band from London, Ontario. The band originally performed under the name Appertain Display but has since adopted the name Article One in honour of article one of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The group consists of Nathan Piche (vocals, guitar, and keys), Matt Piche (violin and vocals), Dave DeSmit (drums and vocals) and Mark Laidman (bass guitar). The band is currently signed under the label Inpop Records.

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Shawn McDonald

Shawn McDonald is a 28-year-old Seattle singer-songwriter. Shawn mixes his Christian background with abundant musical talent as an acoustic guitarist to create moving storylike epics and praising anthems for the Christian world and beyond.

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Xenos

There are a few groups that go by the name Xenos: 1. Xenos are a folk ensemble from Melbourne, Australia that have been playing for over a decade, nationally and internationally. 2. The band Xenos formed in the year 2000 and has become one of the most known Christian music bands in Latvia.
Two years in row (1999, 2000) Xenos leader, Santa was responsible to organize summer outreaches for Musicians Summer of Service, (YWAM Montana) music band called TAP. During these TAP concerts, in order to have some songs in the local language, Santa and her friend Sandis did some songs during the break.

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Winter Solstice

1. Winter Solstice (American Metalcore Band)
2. Winter Solstice (Australian Folk Band) 1. Winter Solstice was a Christian metalcore band from Lynchburg, Virginia. They were signed to Metal Blade Records and have disbanded, as of July 2006. Some of the former members have come together with members of Everything Falls Together and formed a new band, Ghost of a Fallen Age. The lead singer is now in the band We Were Gentlemen

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Family Force 5

Lineup:
Soul Glow Activatur - Vocals, Guitar
Fatty - Bass, Vocals
Crouton - Drums, Vocals
Nadaddy - Keyboards, Vocals
Chap Stique - Guitar "There's a delicate balance between the intertwining worlds of artistry, entertainment and humor, but for dance-derived rockers Family Force 5, it's an ecstatic equilibrium that remarkably illustrates all three elements. With tongue firmly planted in cheek, the Atlanta-based five-some are just as likely to get the party started as they are to escort audiences into an alternate reality.