NIAMH PARSONS AND GRAHAM DUNNE, BIOGRAPHIES NIAMH PARSONS Niamh Parsons has come to be known as one of the most distinctive voices in Irish music. Her voice has drawn comparisons to such venerated singers as Dolores Keane, June Tabor and Sandy Denny. The great Scottish balladeer Archie Fisher said of Niamh, "a songstress like her comes along once or twice in a generation." It has been said that Niamh Parsons may not be the most famous Irish Balladeer, but many feel she's the best.
1. To The Wolves is a hardcore/metal band from Boston, Massachusetts. Sounds Like Eschatology "The old man went on to say that the hunter was a different thing than men supposed. He said that men believe the blood of the slain to be of no consequence but that the wolf knows better. He said that the wolf is a being of great order and that it knows what men do not: that there is no order in the world, save that which death has put there."
Finn Ryder (born 8th April, 1988) is a London-based folk/experimental musician. Finn also plays in three-piece electronica outfit My Panda Shall Fly and sci-fi dub band Year of the Astronaut.
There are at least 5 artists called Louis: 1. A Serbian ethno-pop artist, whose real name is Ljubiša Stojanović.
2. A French pop singer.
3. Louis Schefano, also of Regia.
4. A German ambient and chillout musician from Berlin
5. A band called Louis! (aka Little Louis), from Holland.
6. A Korean k-pop singer. Biographies in more details: 1) Ljubiša Stojanović Louis was born in Leskovac on June 25, 1952.
Skiltron is an Argentinian folk metal band with power, heavy and celtic influences. A lot of their lyrics are based on Scottish history. Emilio Souto − Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Bouzuki
Juan José Fornés − Electric Guitar
Fernando Marty − Bass
Diego Valdez − Vocals
Matias Pena − Drums
Pablo Allen − Bagpipes, Tin whistle
Patrick James grew up in coastal NSW town of Port Macquarie and has always been inspired by lyrically-driven guitar-based music like Bob Dylan and Colin Hay. That said, you can hear touches of Bright Eyes, Damien Rice, Boy And Bear and Fleet Foxes in Patrick’s songwriting, which essentially combines pretty chord progressions, acoustic guitar, a clever ear for harmonies and a charmingly unpretentious singing style with some very poetic and lovely lyrics.
Slowdive is a dream pop/shoegaze band that formed in 1989 in Reading, England, United Kingdom. Signed to Creation Records in 1990 and initially championed by the British music press, the band scored a UK top forty entry with their debut album Just for a Day. The band consists of Rachel Goswell (vocals/guitar), Neil Halstead (vocals/guitar), Nick Chaplin (bass), Christian Savill (guitar), and Simon Scott (drums, 1990-1994, 2014-present); additionally, Ian McCutcheon replaced Scott from 1994-1995. Goswell and Halstead had known each other since early childhood in Reading, Berkshire.
Matt Epp is the quintessential itinerant troubadour. As a young man, Epp grew up moving frequently within Manitoba, where he was entranced with skateboarding, snowboarding, and making videos about the same. In his early twenties Matt had an experience that led him to music. He was left feeling in the innermost recesses of his soul the need to sing. There was a small problem; Matt did not know how to play an instrument, sing, or write songs.