Bluey is an Indonesian jazz-pop band who was formed of several persons who have a common desire in music and puts the concept of how different colors can be integrated into a style of music is more touching. Blues, Jazz and Pop are the main taste they was translated into a far more flexible texture. Bluey was formed for the fisrt time on 2003 in Makassar (South Sulawesi), and then they move to Jakarta in 2007 and step up in Indonesian Music Scene.
There are two bands called The Shermans.
One was formed in December 1997 by Mikael Matsson and Torbjorn Thorsen after the break up of Mikael's old band, Red Sleeping Beauty. The band recruited Chrisster Nilsson to play bass and began playing live shows in and around their hometown. Eventually, Torbjorn left the band to start another band, Aerospace, and was soon replaced by Ingela Karlsson as the new Shermans vocalist.
The Black Angels are a rock band from Austin, Texas, formed in May 2004. Their name derives from the Velvet Underground song "The Black Angel's Death Song". Hannah Levin's review of the Black Angels album Passover described them as "Walking in the shadows cast by Spacemen 3 and Spiritualized mastermind Jason Pierce" and compared them to The Warlocks and Black Mountain, also invoking "dirges" reminiscent of both The Velvet Underground and the 13th Floor Elevators. The band's icon is a stylized image of Nico.
There are two artists that use this name:  Everyone Everywhere is a band from Philadelphia, PA consisting of members Brendan McHugh, Brendan Graham, Matt Scottoline, and Tommy Manson. They self-released a CDEP called "Pants" in 2007, and in 2008 they released "A Lot Of Weird People Standing Around" as a vinyl EP on Evil Weevil Records. The band's eponymous debut LP was released May 4, 2010 by Tiny Engines. In late summer 2010 Everyone Everywhere released a split 7" with Into It. Over It. on Topshelf Records.
Nataly Dawn started off in L.A., moved to France at the age of ten, spent a few years in Belgium and then scurried on back to California to pursue an education in art and French literature. She makes music as often as possible, to keep herself sane and happy. She dabbles around with piano, guitar and bass (her favorite instrument), but does not consider herself an expert at any of them. Mostly she enjoys singing and inventing odd harmonies.
The Scene Aesthetic is a 2-piece acoustic band from Everett, Washington that formed in January 2005. Their music consists of distinctively emotional lyrics with acoustic work somewhat reminiscent of Dashboard Confessional while still being noticeably original. Their first single, "Beauty in the Breakdown", achieved instant success on Myspace and PureVolume. Members Andrew de Torres and Eric Bowley continued to compose songs and released their first album, Building Homes From What We've Known, on April 11, 2006.
My Disco is a musical collaboration between Liam Andrews (bass, vocals), Rohan Rebeiro (drums) and Ben Andrews (guitar) that formed in Melbourne, Australia in 2003. Named after a Big Black song, the band contains member of the former Clann Zú, Days Of Iris and Heartfeltself. In 2003, My Disco performed their first shows in small venues in and around Melbourne, including many 2 PM all-ages house shows. Late 2003 saw the release of their debut 7", and marked their first Australian tour.
Ian Broudie (born August 4, 1958 in Liverpool, England) is a prolific musician and producer, best known for his 1990s band the The Lightning Seeds. On October 11, 2004 Broudie released his debut solo effort, tales told, which was embraced by critics and fans alike. This, despite that fact that Tales Told saw Broudie move intro the new territory of folk rock - away from the chirpy pop tunes The Lightning Seeds became especially known for. ---------------------------
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Patrycja Markowska (born December 21, 1979 in Warsaw) is a Polish pop-rock singer. Her father is a frontman of band - Perfect.