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Mike Keneally

Michael Joseph Keneally (Born December 20, 1961) is an American musician.
Born in Long Island, New York, he moved to San Diego, California at an early age and has been a fixture on the local music scene there since 1985 when he formed the local cult band, Drop Control.
Although a well established musician in his own right, Keneally is probably most well known as former Frank Zappa "stunt guitarist" and a Zappa 1988 tour band member.

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Comedy of Errors

Comedy Of Errors is a Glasgow-based progressive rock band formed in January 1984 with a first line-up of Jim Johnson (keyboards, vocals), Joe Cairney (vocals), John McPhee (drums), Mark Spalding (bass) and Mike Barnard (guitar). Their first recording is a three track demo cassette called "Ever be the Prize", which is recorded at a studio in Blanefield (Scotland) in 1985, and followed by a mini album in 1986.

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Credo

There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Credo *Latvian* - 2) Credo *UK* - 3) Credo *German* - 4) Credo *Czech* - 5) Credo *Netherlands* - 6) Credo *Slovak* - 7) Credo *Estonian* 1) Credo is a legendary Latvian pop/rock band formed in Liepāja, Latvia in 1974. See more at http://credo.suppermusic.net. Members: Guntis Veits (vocals, guitar), Armands Alksnis (guitar), Aivars Vīksna (bass), Gundars Lintiņš (drums), Artūrs Palkēvičs (keyboard).

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Frost*

Jem Godfrey began in music as a songwriter for many pop and mainstream groups. In fact, he’s written four number one singles in the UK for groups such as Atomic Kitten and Shayne Ward. In 2004, he began the group FROST* in England and ventured into the realm of progressive rock. For his debut album, called “Milliontown”, Jem enlisted guitarist John Mitchell (Arena, Kino), bassist John Jowitt (IQ, Jadis), and drummer Andy Edwards (IQ). The album itself is a mixture of neo progressive rock, progressive metal undertones, some symphonic leanings, and some more mainstream ideals.

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Pendragon

Pendragon are an English progressive rock band established in 1978 in Stroud, Gloucestershire as Zeus Pendragon by guitarist Nick Barrett. The Zeus was dropped before the band started recording. There were a few personnel changes in the early days, but since 1986 the lineup has remained relatively stable. Long standing drummer "Fudge" Smith being replaced by Joe Crabtree who has subsequently been replaced by Scott Higham who brings high energy along with a huge beaming smile!

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Believe

Believe is a progressive rock band from Poland. Founded in 2005 by Mirosław Gil - composer, producent and guitarist of bands Collage, Mr Gil and Ananke. Believe consists of Mirosław Gil on guitar, Tomasz Rozcki (vocals, guitar), Adam Miłosz (keyboard and hidden harmonies), Przemysław Zawadzki (bass), Vlodi Tafel (drums) and Satomi (violin). Featured also by a lyricist Robert Sieradzki band released a debut album "Hope To See Another Day" in 2006. Discography:
Hope to See Another Day (2006)
Yesterday is a Friend (2008)

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Galleon

There are three known bands using the name Galleon: 1. a progressive rock band hailing from Sweden and
2. a French dance group.
3. a four-piece indie rock group based in Adelaide, Australia. 1. Galleon started as a three piece named Aragon back in ´85 , experimenting with different kind of music and musicians , but never really found the "right" feeling. . . Because Micke Värn, guitars - Göran Fors, bass and Vocals and Dan Fors, drums had the idea , they wanted at least to document their sweat and blood in composing the music they believed in under so many years , just in case . . .

Read more about Galleon on Last.fm.

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