Sheffield-based singer, songwriter and session guitarist, Paul Bell began writing songs at the edge of six or seven. Sound-wise, he's been compared to John Mayer, Sting and James Taylor. In 2009, Paul released a live album of new material, "Name in Lights", recorded on November 8th 2008. An acoustic album, much closer to the classic live experience of a Paul Bell show. The lead track "What I call romance" was released as a free download single.
Mark Steel is a stand-up comedian and author. His audio work for the BBC has included The Mark Steel Lectures (on people who have changed history), The Mark Steel Revolutions (on revolutions that changed history) and The Mark Steel Solution (in which he provides off-beat solutions to society's problems).
Early life Griffin was born in Kansas City, Missouri to Doris Thomas and Eddie Griffin, Sr. He has two siblings, Luther and Wilbert. He attended Lincoln College Preparatory Academy High School in Kansas City, Missouri, where he was voted class clown three years in a row. After marrying at age sixteen, he divorced a year later. Griffin has one child, Eddie Jr., born in 1986. He first got a taste of comedy when he was a busboy at Stanford and Son's comedy club. He later performed during the open mic night and quickly became recognized as a comedian.
Monty Python is a comedy troupe of 4 Englishmen (John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin, Eric Idle), 1 Welshman (Terry Jones) and 1 American (Terry Gilliam), best known for their legendary and influential sketch comedy show "Monty Python's Flying Circus" (which ran for four seasons from 1969 to 1974). The troupe also wrote and starred in the films "And Now for Something Completely Different" (1971), "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" (1975), "Monty Python's Life of Brian" (1979), "Monty Python Live At The Hollywood Bowl" (1982) and "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life" (1983).
Louis William Tomlinson, born 24 December 1991 (age 21), is from Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England and is a member of English-Irish five-piece boyband One Direction. Tomlinson first started performing as a sixth form student in his school's musical productions. He starred as Danny in an adaptation of the Grease musical. In 2010 he auditioned as a solo artist for the British TV show The X Factor. He got accepted to boot camp, but failed to advance further.
"The Diva of the Dysfunctional"
London-based kiwi singer-songwriter presenting a frequently funny view of peoples behaviour - humorous, satirical and serious songs. Has produced around 7 albums over the last 3 decades. Website:www.kathtait.com
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Harry and the Potters are an indie rock band formed in Norwood, Massachusetts, in 2002 by brothers Joe DeGeorge and Paul DeGeorge. The band was inspired by the J.K. Rowling book series Harry Potter and were the first of many similar artists making music about the fictional boy wizard. They have released three full-length studio albums, Harry and the Potters in 2003, Voldemort Can't Stop the Rock! in 2004 and Harry and the Potters and the Power of Love in 2006.
Ahumado Granujo is a band formed in 1999 in Prague, Czech Republic, combining techno (typically used as song intros) and goregrind in the vein of old Regurgitate, Gut, Cum, Dahmer with a heavy sound of down-tuned guitars, dance rhythms, and sophisticated guttural vocal lines. They also incorporate some mental electronica styles to add a unique twist to their brutality.
The Toy Dolls are a British punk rock band. They formed in 1979, playing their first ever gig at Millview Social Club, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, UK, on 20 October 1979. After a couple of gigs, vocalist Pete Zulu left to form his own band. He was replaced by Paul "Hud" Hudson, who himself left after a single gig, leaving Toy Dolls as a trio with guitarist Michael "Olga" Algar to assume vocal duties. This was just the start of the revolving door of drummers and bassists that would characterize the Toy Dolls line-up over the years.