Obie Trice is a rapper born in Detroit, Michigan, United States on November 14, 1977 to a single mother; Eleanor Trice. On October 5, 1998 he became the father of his only daughter, Kobie. He began rapping at the age of 11 and had a number of underground hits such as "Respect", "My Club", "Dope Jobs Homeless", and "The Well Known Asshole" before he signed to Shady Records in 2000. Before first major release, early years on Shady Records
Matt Southall - Vocals,
Jamie Baker - Guitar,
Stuart Drinkall - Synths,
Kieran Wherrett - Guitar,
Matt Lunn - Drums, Recently described as making music thats 'so dirty you may think you have stumbled on my bloody valentine and trent reznor in a red light district together....but still maintains the very essence of cool', the officers have already attracted excited responses after they were pushed up the bill after a soundcheck for their debut show at the Camden Barfly and were invited to play at respected club nights such as the Client hosted 'being boiled'...
SHOTGUN is a 3-piece band that features the songwriting of Eric Mayer and the unique musical chemistry formed between those mid-Atlantic children, Ben Carlson, Mike Holston, and Eric. The band got its start in January 2004, when the three members met for the first time and recorded a short demo, to be followed several months later by the home recording of their first two albums, "Standing Guard" and "77.
The Dive were formed in the year 2000. taken from myspace.com/thedivegr
The Classic Crime is a Seattle-based alternative rock band. They released their Tooth & Nail debut album, 'Albatross', in 2006. It marked the fastest first-week sales for a new artist in the history of T&N. The band members are Matt MacDonald (vocals), Justin DuQue (guitar), Robert "Cheeze" Negrin (guitar), Alan Clark (bass), and Paul "Skip" Erickson (drums). While touring in support of their full-length album Albatross, the band created the Acoustic EP: Seattle Sessions, which was simply a compilation of songs they created while on the road.
Ryan Adams (born David Ryan Adams on November 5, 1974) is an alt-country and rock and roll singer-songwriter from Jacksonville, North Carolina. He is married to pop singer and actress Mandy Moore. Adams dropped out of high school at age 16 to work in a shoe shop and make music. He formed a band named Whiskeytown in 1994; they disbanded in 1999 having released two full albums, Faithless Street and Strangers Almanac. Adams went on to put out his first solo record, Heartbreaker, in 2000. After a long delay, in 2001 Whiskeytown's third album Pneumonia was finally issued.
AUXES is the brainchild of Dave Laney, also known as guitarist and founding member of the bands MILEMARKER and CHALLENGER. Initially conceived as a solo project, the first AUXES LP, “Sunshine” (Lovitt Records, 2007) was an impressive display of multi-instrumental virtuosity, with Dave handling all instruments and even engineering the recording himself (few people, aside from Prince, have accomplished such a feat).
Mac is a rapper from New Orleans' third ward who was one of the most critically acclaimed artists on Master P's No Limit Records. In 2001 he was convicted of manslaughter charges even though he maintains his claim of innocence. He is currently serving a 30 year prison term. He released his first album under the name Lil' Mac in 1989 at the age of 12, the "Lyrical Midget," receiving production from the then unknown producer Mannie Fresh.
Rage Of Angels.
A.Rage of Angels is the brainchild of original Ten keyboard player Ged Rylands,who played on their first three studio albums and the double live CD 'Never Say Goodbye'. During his time in Ten, Ged took part in several very successful tours in Japan as well as playing on the highly praised 1996 debut album from Valentine singer Hugo, which was co-produced by Ten vocalist Gary Hughes.
Jon Anderson, born John Roy Anderson on 25 October 1944, is an English musician, best known as the lead singer of the progressive rock band Yes. He is also an accomplished solo artist, and has collaborated with the Greek musician Vangelis, as part of the duo "Jon & Vangelis". Early life and childhood
Jon Anderson was born in the town of Accrington, Lancashire, England, in a family of Irish ancestry, his parents being Albert and Kathleen Anderson. He was later to drop the "h" from his first name in 1971, as he had a dream where he was given the name "Jonathan".