Wet Hair is Shawn Reed, Justin Thye, and Ryan Garbes, the two remaining members of Raccoo-oo-oon that stayed in Iowa City after the band's end. Reed also runs Night-People Records, which Garbes often contributes to. Wet Hair began as a solo outing for Reed in late 2007 during the final months of Raccoo-oo-oon, and after the release of a 12" EP and the Irifi Cassette Garbes was added on organ and live drums.
There are multiple bands with the name Colony: 1) Colony is a hardcore band from Hudson Valley, New York signed to Frequency Deleted Records. Download their new 3 song sampler.
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http://www.facebook.com/pages/Colony/125941924102456?ref=ts 2) Colony is an ambient / dubstep / drone sound project from Italy. The first album Meet, Merge, Dissolve was released at the end of 2010 for free. More informations:
Sextodecimo formed in Oxford, UK, 2001. They play heavy, noisy, slow, feedback-laden rock music. Gigs are sporadic and rare, but their consistency in creating such a "bloody racket" on stage gained them notoriety on the local underground scene, and firmly established them as one of the most uncompromising bands to arise from the city of Oxford. Having said this, their recorded output reflects an earlier and more restrained (and indeed orthodox) style of music which has long since disappeared from their live shows.
An Indie Pop band from Exeter, UK. They met at the University and have been together since the beginning of 2006. They now live together in Tooting, London, and their sound has developed into a bigger yet still accessible indie / pop / punk hybrid. Members are: Jim Cubitt, Bob Matthews, Nick Falla and Dave Legge.
Guitarist Martin Belmont's new album 'The Guest List' sees him reunited with many of the singers he’s played with: - new recordings with Paul Carrack, Nick Lowe, Carlene Carter, Graham Parker, Sean Tyla, Geraint Watkins, Hank Wangford, Johnny Nicky, Barbara Marsh & Reg Meuross. Martin Belmont’s long and varied career has found him playing with many outstanding artists. After an initiation as roadie for Brinsley Schwartz, in 1972 he formed Ducks Deluxe, issuing two albums on RCA. In 1975 he formed Graham Parker and The Rumour who were much-feted over their 5 years and six albums.
Aaron Lewis, born April 13, 1972 in Rutland, Vermont, USA, is the lead vocalist of the hard rock/post-grunge group Staind . According to the Country Boy Songfacts, growing up in rural Vermont, Lewis spent summers with his World War II veteran grandfather hunting and fishing. "Country was the background music to my childhood," said the singer. "My grandfather listened to Merle Haggard , Hank Williams, Hank Williams Jr. and all of the greats. When Staind did our first tour with Kid Rock in 1999, I rode the bus with him on a couple occasions, and we bonded over this music.
Damian Wilson is a very talented singer in the progressive rock genre. He was the lead singer for both Treshold and Landmarq and also recorded four solo albums. He performed on many Ayreon-albums and toured with Arjen Lucassen's project Star One. He played the lead role of Jean Valjean in the Les Miserables UK National Tour and recently did a European tour with Arjen Lucassen's Stream of Passion. Bio from his website:
The Seekers were a group of Australian folk-influenced popular musicians which was formed in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, in 1962. They were the first Australian popular music group to achieve significant chart and sales success in the United Kingdom and the United States. Their 1960s hits included: "I'll Never Find Another You", "A World of Our Own" , "The Carnival Is Over" (which The Seekers have sung at various closing ceremonies in Australia, including Expo '88 and the Paralympics), "Someday One Day"...
Mivvi are a four piece guitar based indie pop/rock band from the midlands. We've been on kerrang radio's unsigned show, and ugly phil's breakfast show, and we do this because we love doing it!
Ted Poley was born in Englewood, New Jersey in 1964. He started in music with the band Lush as a drummer. The band also featured bassist Joe Slattery, with whom Poley would play again later. He then joined New Jersey progressive rock band Prophet as a drummer. They released their first album in 1985. Poley also sang lead vocals on some of their songs. In 1987, while working with the band's second album, he was approached by Bruno Ravel and Steve West to join Danger Danger and he accepted. With Danger Danger, Poley enjoyed much success as the band caught the late surge wave of 80s hair rock.