Ultra Bluez Rock from Wessex.
The Tyburn Tree hang out in London, UK. Formed in 2011, James Collis brought together the motley bunch of Mark Howell, Tim Stride and Stuart Westcott. Generally Jim and Mark sing, Tim plays drums and Stuart plays guitar.
very good leadbelly-blues player singer made his mark when he tee up with long john baldry a good track easy rider blues from the album long john baldry. remembering leadbelly email@example.com
There are actually 4 bands named RAYNE 1) RAYNE is a psychedelic rock band from New Orleans who recorded one eponymous record in 1979. Discovered in the late 1980s, their music is a mix of rural hardrock and mellow folkrock with Neil Young (especially the electric side on "Rust Never Sleeps") and angry cajun-mood Creedence as possible references. Great lyrics about booze, mass murder and underdog Americana attitudes with a solid consistency all through. 2) RAYNE is a hard rock band from Żarów (Poland) founded in 2007 ( http://rayne.pl/ )
1) Ablaze is a 23 year old hip hop artist with a half Australian half Greek-Cypriot nationality, born and mostly raised in Nicosia. He has been participating in urban events across the island for the last 6 years. His name rings a bell in every city in the island hence ha has hosted and performed from clubs, private events, raves to beach parties. Furthermore, he has spread his lyrical skills internationally some example range from Lebanon(Beirut), UK(London, Birmingham) and the list goes on… 2) South brazillian melodic death metal with thrash metal and progressive influences band Ablaze.
Silent Drape Runners make moving song- based electronic music with feelings.
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1.) British sound engineer. 2.) Powerviolence from Chile.
Disaster Area were a skate punk band from Berlin, Germany. Disaster Area is also an up-and-coming power metal band from Melbourne, Australia. Disaster Area are a glam rock/metal band from Scotland, featuring members of Common Gods and Whyte Tiger. Likely named for the "plutonium rock" band of the same name in Douglas Adams' The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series, which was described as "not only the loudest rock band in the Universe, but in fact the loudest noise of any kind at all".