John Bright "Johnny" Russell was an American country singer, songwriter, and comedian famous for his song Act Naturally, which was made famous by Buck Owens, who recorded it in 1963, and The Beatles in 1965. His recording of his song Rednecks, White Socks, and Blue Ribbon Beer was his only top 10 hit, peaking at No. 4 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart in October 1973. The song was nominated later that year for a Grammy Award.
Hal Ketchum (born April 9, 1953) is an American country musician, songwriter, and performer. Though Ketchum first began recording in the mid-1980s, not until his 1991 record deal with Curb Records did he have a major hit with the album Past The Point Of Rescue. The title cut to the album was a Top 3 single, and other singles that met similar success included "Small Town Saturday Night" and "Sure Love".
There is more than 1 band named Albatross 1. A blues rock band from San Francisco.
2. A band from Kathmandu, Nepal, formed in the late 1990s. Their first album "Hi:Fly" is held dear and remembered with nostalgia within the Nepali underground.
3. A progressive rock band from Baltimore, Maryland, US.
4. A post-postmodern indie pop band from Chicago, Illinois.
5. An art-rock band from Northeastern Ohio
The Legendary Shack Shakers' hell-for-leather roadshow has earned quite a name for itself with its unique brand of Southern Gothic that is all-at-once irreverent, revisionist, dangerous, and fun. Led by their wildly charismatic, rail-thin frontman/blues-harpist, J.D. Wilkes, the Shack Shakers are a four-man wrecking crew from the South whose explosive interpretations of the blues, punk, rock and country have made fans, critics and legions of potential converts into true believers.
Felix was actually born on the moon. He is the first male human to survive preconception in outer space. He has a very loving group of friends and family on the planet earth, that have taken him in on the universal adoption principles. Ask Harry for verification proclomations.
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Goodshank made his high profile musical debut playing acoustic guitar in The Moldy Peaches. He has also had a prolific solo career, recording 14 albums in a five-year span and touring Europe with artists including Jeffrey Lewis and Kimya Dawson. He has since become a prominent voice in the underground NYC music scene. Goodshank's style, while usually centered around his solo guitar and singing abilities, draws from a variety of pop and underground art and musical influences and employs many instrumental textures.
It was the Whit weekend 2007 in Saddleworth, England; two young men in their early 20s dressed in stolen sheep costumes decided to have a wrestle and the outcome - The 99s. The first month was spent writing a set, practicing and recording demos. James and Johnny instantly formed a good songwriting partnership and Adams van had three seats - it was perfect. MUTV hailed the band as their favourite act of 2008 as voted by the public, and the band were soon filmed playing a live session and interview at Manchester’s XFM with the legendary Clint Boon.
Jason Ringenberg (born on November, 22 1958 in Kewanee, Illinois) is an American musician. He was the lead singer of a band called Jason and the Scorchers. He is also a songwriter and guitarist. The band had several minor hits, including "Golden Ball and Chain" and a blistering rock version of Bob Dylan's "Absolutely Sweet Marie." Ringenberg was especially influential in the mid-1980s when the indie country/rock fusion movement was at its height. His music, and that of similar bands, served as the roots for the "alt country" genre that would arise in the 1990s.