Grin may refer to multiple artists.
1) An early 70s American rock band best-known for featuring Nils Lofgren on guitar;
2) An independent alternative rock band based in Chicago, now known as Quasar Wut-Wut. 1) Grin was an early 70s rock group based in the Washington D.C metro area whose debut release came out in 1971 on the CBS/Spindizzy Label. The group featured a 19-year-old prodigal alumni of Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, MD, that being Nils Lofgren on guitar.
Grin may refer to multiple artists.
Hunters & Collectors were an Australian Rock band, formed in 1981 in Melbourne, who were originally influenced by German experimentalists like Can and later leaning more towards popular rock. Taking their name from a Can song, the band was formed by Mark Seymour (guitar, vocals), John Archer (bass), Doug Falconer (drums), Geoff Crosby (keyboards), Greg Perano (percussion), Ray Tosti-Gueira (guitar), and Robert Miles (sound engineer and art director, considered a full member).
Hot and sweaty rock and roll - the kind that has sounded at home everywhere from the front bar of the local to the world's largest arenas since the 70's. The Temps are its latest exponents, and though they mightn't be rockin' stadiums just yet, you might've been lucky enough to catch them bringing their original dose of classic hard rock to any one of Adelaide's finest live music venues after they formed in 2006.
The Cosmic Psychos are a rock band based in Melbourne and rural Victoria in Australia. An underground band that has only ever achieved limited recognition, they were cited as a significant influence on the Seattle grunge scene of 90s. In particular they have been referenced by members of Mudhoney and Pearl Jam and have supported both bands. Known for their droning, fuzzed-out bass and wah-wah guitar with repetitive lyrics...
The Cannibals are a British rock band formed in 1977 by Mike Spenser. They have released seven full length albums, numerous singles, EP's, split LP's, and appeared on several compilations. The band is one of the most prominent representative of the Trash rock and Garage punk genres.
Unnatural Helpers are a punk rock band from Seattle, Washington. The current lineup usually includes Dean Whitmore, Kimberly Morrison (of The Dutchess and the Duke), Brian Standeford, and Charles Leo Gebhardt IV. Guitarist Chris Martin of Kinski is a former member. They are currently signed to Hardly Art.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Chris Spedding (born Christopher John Spedding, 17 June 1944, Staveley, Derbyshire) is an English rock and roll and jazz guitarist, best known for his session work. Spedding was raised by adoptive parents in Sheffield and Birmingham. During the late 1960s and early 1970s he became known as a guitar player on sessions for Alan Price, Jack Bruce, Pete Brown's Battered Ornaments and others.
Managed by Andrew King and Pete Jenner, Ian Dury and the Blockheads had several hit singles, including What a Waste, Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick (which was a UK number one at the beginning of 1979, selling just short of a million copies), Reasons to be Cheerful, Part 3 (number three in the UK in 1979), and the rock and roll anthem Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, often credited with introducing the phrase to the language. Dury's lyrics are a unique combination of lyrical poetry, word play, observation of British everyday (working-class) life, acute character sketches, and vivid, earthy humour.
Tenpole Tudor is a British punk band. They formed in 1974, when actor Edward Tudor-Pole (vocals / saxophone), met guitarist Bob Kingston, bassist Dick Crippen, and drummer Gary Long. They played regularly for several years until Tudor-Pole himself (under the moniker of Eddie Tenpole) came to prominence by appearing in the 1978 film, The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle. He was originally billed as a replacement for Sex Pistols singer Johnny Rotten - performing the songs "Who Killed Bambi?"...
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Man are a rock band from South Wales with a cult following. Originally the second incarnation of Welsh rock harmony group The Bystanders, they are a band with 'more history than the Greeks', who are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year. Man's history is full of weird, colourful stories. Some stories include getting arrested in Belgium on both of their visits, brawling with an Icelandic audience, meeting the likes of Tommy Cooper and Bill Graham, their many line-ups, and so on.