Newly relocated to the east coast after departing "Brides of Destruction" ex-AMEN bass player Scott Sorry has teamed up with co-writer / producer Danny Sinatra (Joe's Friend, Hell Hounds from Hell) to form "Sorry & the Sinatras" Featuring Scott Sorry on guitar and vocals, Danny Sinatra. on Bass. The duo has already started production on its first single "Black & Blue" with a targeted release date before the end of the year.
Twisted folk meets rock and roll. The Lamy Brothers mix the deep growling vocals of Tom Waits and the preaching delivery of Nick Cave, with the rock and roll groove of AC/DC and the showmanship of Kiss.
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The Wildcards is a Plymouth based blues/rock band consisting of two members of Vince Lee And The Big Combo, Vince Lee (vocals, guitar), and Al Wallis (bass, backing vocals), and two former members of The Nightporters, Martin Vowles (guitar, vocals), and Kevin Crowe (drums, backing vocals). The band formed in 2003 when Martin and Kevin stumbled upon a Vince Lee And The Big Combo gig and, being impressed by their ability, set out to make a new band following the split of their previous group.
Zeroscape is a Toronto, Canada-based band, formed in 2003 and can only be described as the melting pot of music. The band manages to combine the sounds of metal, dance hall, drum'n'bass, reggae, hip-hop, rock and more musical genres into one solid groove. current lineup: Binski - guitar / vocal
Speshalizt - guitar
Maaax - bass guitar
Jizzle - drums In Sept 2004 they released their first full length album "Braille" followed by an Eastern Canadian tour. It was then as they gazed out the windows of their tour bus that they realized that life would never be the same.
There are three bands under this name :
1) Headrush is a hard rock / heavy metal band HEADRUSH - The Story So Far Members: Andy Law (Lead Vocals); Dave Leese (Lead & Rhythm guitars); Chris Khosa (Lead & Rhythm); Tom Shaw (Bass Guitar); Bob Myatt (Drums & Percussion) Background: Headrush are in negotiations over a Publishing Deal with ‘The New Black Corporation’ which is headed by the A&R man who signed ‘The Hives’ ‘HIM’ ‘Beth Orton’ ‘Death in Vegas’ and even ‘Kylie Minogue’ as well as working with such industry giants as the legendary ‘Clive Davis’.
M People were a British house music act from Manchester which formed in 1990. They consisted of Mike Pickering, Heather Small and Paul Heard and Shovell. Pickering was a member of factory records dance act Quando Quango, but became more noted as one of the original DJs at The hacienda. Heard was a member of acid jazz band Ace Of Clubs. Heather Small was in the British Soul band Hot House who had released a number of critically acclaimed records without scoring any major success.
The Subways are a British garage rock/indie rock band. Their debut album, Young For Eternity, was released on 4 July 2005 in the UK and February 14, 2006 in the US. The Subways are:
* Billy Lunn (guitars/vocals)
* Charlotte Cooper (bass/vocals)
* Josh Morgan (drums)
They released their second album All Or Nothing on 30th June 2008 and this is preceded by the first single Alright on 16th June 2008. The first track from the album Girls & Boys was given away as a free download from the artist's site.
Mae is an American rock band that formed in Norfolk Virginia in 2001. The band's name is an acronym for Multi-sensory Aesthetic Experience, which is derived from a concept called Multi-sensory Aesthetic Theory that drummer Jacob Marshall studied while a student at Old Dominion University. Jacob Marshall and Dave Elkins began what would become Mae by writing their first song, "Embers and Envelopes", in Marshall's living room.
Andrew McMahon (born September 3, 1982) is a Maverick recording singer/songwriter and the vocalist, pianist and main songwriter for the band Jack's Mannequin and the Geffen/Drive-Thru Records band Something Corporate.
He was diagnosed with Leukemia on June 1st, 2005. On August 23rd, 2005, Andrew recieved a stem cell transplant, the donor was his sister Katie McMahon.