Felipe Andres Coronel (born February 19, 1978), better known by the stage name Immortal Technique, is a Peruvian rapper, and an urban activist. He was born in Lima, Peru and raised in Harlem, New York. Most of his lyrics focus on controversial issues in global politics. The views expressed in his lyrics are largely a mixture of socialist commentary on issues such as class hierarchy, poverty, religion, government and institutional racism.
There are at least two bands called "Blindside".
1. Band from Stockholm, Sweden.
2. 90s Straight Edge Hardcore band from Pennsylvania, USA. Members went on to form Stillwater and Atari.
3. Band from Australia (1992 - 1995) that appeared on the Summershine label. 1. Blindside is a post-hardcore/alternative rock band from Stockholm. They formed in 1994 as "underFree" and kept that name for two years before releasing their debut EP in 1996.
1. Ghosts of Progress is a dark-folk band from Santa Cruz fronted by Roland Sonneville, and included a rolling membership which included members of Travel by Train, 300 Pounds, Wooly Mar, Inventing Edward, and Amanda West. They have released 2 full length records (“the Letters of Lost Hope” and “The Extinction”) as well as a split record with Portland’s Cuspidor. They have put out records on Burning Daisies Records and Biphasic Records. They currently release music with Lafargue Records.
J. Barreto - guitar, vocals
Zachary Veltheim - bass
Chad Voight - drums
The Groundhogs fronted by Tony McPhee on Guitar and Vocals were a top Progressive Blues Rock Group. Emerging in the early sixties as a blues band, noted for backing visiting American Blues Artists such as John Lee Hooker. The band evolved in the latter part of the sixties into a heavy rock group scoring a hit with their fourth and possibly most popular album ‘Split’. Through the seventies the band continued to record and play live as a trio with changing band members, towards the end of the seventies recording as a four piece with addition of a second guitar.
Zucchero (Italian for "sugar") is an Italian rock singer. He was born Adelmo Fornaciari on September 25, 1955 in the Italian province Reggio Emilia and has since become one of the most famous Italian singers. He is probably best known internationally for the song Senza Una Donna, which is a duet with Paul Young and hit number 4 in the latter's native United Kingdom, where Zucchero has generally made little commercial impact, in 1991.
After the breakdown of Bruce's band the Kinky Toasters he begun writing songs for himself again, eventually he was blessed with some recording equipment. This music shows the resulting work. Bruce proudly uses: Epiphone Guitars, Squier Guitars, EKO Guitars, Sonic Guitars, BC Rich Guitars, Marshall Amplfication, Shure and Samson Microphones, Chicago Iron Pedals, Jim Dunlop Pedals, Picks, and slides, Carl Martin Pedals, Dallas Arbiter Pedals, Pedal train Pedal boards, Labella Strings...
Two bands have used the name "The Wallflowers":
1. An American rock band
2. A British indie rock band 1. The Wallflowers are a rock band which formed in 1989 in Los Angeles, California, United States. The band's only constant member has been singer/guitarist Jakob Dylan, the son of folk rock legend Bob Dylan. The Wallflowers have released five albums: "The Wallflowers" (1992), "Bringing Down the Horse" (1996), "Breach" (2000), "Red Letter Days" (2002) and "Rebel, Sweetheart" (2005).
JJ Grey & Mofro (formerly billed just as Mofro) is a soul/funk/R&B/blues/southern rock band from Jacksonville, Florida, formed in the 1990s and composed of JJ Grey (vocals, electric piano, acoustic guitar and electric guitar, harmonica), Andrew Trube (electric guitar and slide guitar), Anthony Farrell (Hammond Organ), Anthony Cole (drums) and the "Hercules Horns" Dennis Marion (trumpet), Art Edmaiston (tenor saxophone) and Todd Smallie (bass guitar).
Oxford-based 5-part acoustic band infusing 1940s-style jazz songs (Inkspots a speciality) with world-music and rap sounds. Featuring guitar, cello and Egyptian lute (oud). CDs "Blame It On Me" (2005) and "Wondrous Nights" (2006). http://www.brickworklizards.com