this page appears to refer to at least two different artist, a UK based band and a Japanese one. The Warm (UK based) Formed in Southampton in September of 2003, The Warm are fiercely building a following throughout the U.K thanks to their dynamic live performances which showcase their emotive rock melodies and catchy pop hooks. Fans reaching as far as The U.S and Australia have given The Warm the incentive to keep on writing and performing, knowing their music is creating a positive international response.
In late 2004, Tobias Weinreich (Bass), Sebastian Scherrer (Keyboards), Marco Schomas (Vocals) and Simon Schillinger (Guitar) founded Finsterforst. They were still seeking more members however, so instead concentrated purely on songwriting. As a result, they created many songs without being able to perform them until later on. In spring 2005 the band decided to introduce an accordion player (Johannes Joseph) into the mix, a choice which has helped to shape their unique sound.
BeauSoleil or Beausoleil avec Michael Doucet is a group specializing in cajun music, founded in 1975. It's based in Lafayette, Louisiana, USA.
Accordionist, born in London in 1963, has played with many bands, including Swåp, May Monday, The Poozies, and the Kathryn Tickell Band. Tweed is established as one of the finest exponents of the piano accordion and is also in demand for her work as an arranger, composer and tutor. Her music, which moves with ease between blistering melody lines and soulful backing, has been described as 'mercurial, subtle and astounding'.
Climax Ceilidh Band are one of the finest modern folk dance bands in Britain. The band prides itself on its fine mixture of highly original and innovative self-penned tunes and traditional material, with the emphasis always on making ultra-exciting dance music. Climax really does sound like no other ceilidh band. The driving rhythm of the accordion and guitar, the sweet sound of the dancing fiddles, the swift trill of the flute and the power of the pipes makes the Climax Ceilidh Band Experience truly orgasmic!
There are 2 bands called The French Quarter: 1.) The French Quarter a 5 piece progressive band from Tillicoultry, Scotland. Who formed in November 2004, inspired by bands such as The National and Sigur Ros, they wanted to create their our own unique sound They spent 18 months writing and rehearsing before recording a demo cd at a local studio. Their 1st demo was named demo of the year on Channel 4 Teletext.
“haunting like no band around, demo of the year by a mile” 5/5
Storming Gypsy folk music, dark and twisting melodies and intense breaks makes Buffos Wake head and shoulders above your usual gypsy fair, so pack up the caravan Mama, we’re headin’ to the hills! Brighton, UK 2010 Nathan Carter - vox, guitar Becca Wright - violin Tom Bailey - double bass Briony Dace - accordion Jack E - guitar Daniel Davis - cajon, percussions gypsy folk cabaret buffo wake brighton uk horror circus gypsy punk
Jason Webley is a Seattle-born singer-songwriter known for playing a mix of gypsy, folk, and punk. He has released five albums on his own label, Eleven Records. These feature Webley on the piano, guitar, accordion, and a number of other instruments, though when touring he only brings his guitar, accordion, and a vodka bottle containing coins from around the world, which he uses for percussion. In addition, he has released five collaborative albums, one with Seattle poet Jay Thompson, another with Michigan singer-songwriter Andru Bemis...