ROBBEN FORD (born December 16, 1951) is a blues, jazz and rock guitarist with a diverse career. He was born Woodlake, California and raised in Ukiah. He taught himself guitar when he was 13 and considered his first influence to be Mike Bloomfield. At 18 he moved to San Francisco to form the Charles Ford Blues Band (named after his father, who was also a guitarist) featuring his brothers Mark (mouth harp) and Patrick (drums).
Larry Garner is an American blues musician. He was born in 1952 and grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He first performed in the evenings while holding a regular job at Dow Chemical, but he became much bigger after breaking out at a Blues festival in the UK in 1992. He recorded for Verve for a few years, and now records for the German label Ruf Records.
There are, at least, six artists known by this name. 1) A collaborative project between singer-songwriter Sascha Gottschalk (voice & guitar) & Extended Spirit. So far they're best known for contributions to the 'Secret Love compilations', as conceived by Jazzanova & resoul (Soultrade Record Store). They have also collaborated with Clara Hill, Andre Zimma & Airmate. After two singles (SK125 and SK129), their d
Humphrey Richard Adeane Lyttelton (23 May 1921--25 April 2008), also known as 'Humph', was a well-known British jazz musician and broadcaster, and chairman of the BBC radio programme I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. In the late 1940s and early 1950s Lyttelton was prominent in the British revival of traditional jazz forms from New Orleans, recording with Sidney Bechet in 1949. To do so he had to break with the Musicians' Union restrictive practices which forbade working with jazz musicians from the USA.
At a young age Phoebe Killdeer wanted to write and create her own music, she was already listening to what would become her main influences: Tom Waits, Art of Noise, Yma Sumac, Nick Cave, Carmen McRae… «I have a fascination with words and lyrics, the way they are such obvious simple things and yet they come alive with complexity and full with feeling depending on the way you place them and with which tone you pronounce or accentuate them.
Formed in Milwaukee in 1968 at Cudahy's Galaxy Club where the Kondos brothers joined up with members of an outfit called Eastern Mean Time. Some months later they were heard by Capitol reps at another club The Bastille, which the band had bought into. With a contract for an album the band journeyed to Detroit to record at Terra Shirma studios with producer John Rhys. Released in February 1969, the LP is notable for the side-long psychedelic rework of John Coltrane's India. All tracks on side one were group compositions.
There is at least 2 artists with that name. 1. Paul Jones (born February 24, 1942 in Portsmouth, England as Paul P Pond) is an English singer, actor, harmonica player, and radio and television presenter. 2. Paul Jones is a delta blues guitarist
Yngwie Johann Malmsteen (born Lars Johan Yngve Lannerb
1. Travis is a Scottish indie/britpop band founded in Glasgow in 1990, composed of Fran Healy (vocals, guitar), Dougie Payne (bass, vocals), Andy Dunlop (guitar, piano) and Neil Primrose (drums). They have had a number of very successful albums to date: Good Feeling (1997), The Man Who (1999), The Invisible Band (2001), 12 Memories (2003), The Boy With No Name (2007), as well as a compilation album titled Singles (2004). Their most recent album is Ode To J. Smith, released on 29 September, 2008.
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.