1. Astronauts was an experimental indie rock band from the Hudson Valley of NY. Astronauts consisted of 4 friends and the desire to create. 2 CDs and a demo were recorded ('Wizards', 'Avanti', and 'Deep Vermont') under the original line up consisting of Chris Bigley, Corey Burleigh, Simon Hegarty, and Steven Markota. Under the stress of juggling school and touring, Corey and Chris parted ways with Astronauts.
“Conjuring images of cattle ranching in the Summer, Howlin’ Circus combine raucous guitars with melodic vocals, tales of trepidation and unexpected harmonies. Shedding leaves on London’s Autumnal high it wasn’t until the Winter that the band formed, after co-writers Jamie Harper and Jafar Hassan brought forth their love for blues, rock ‘n’ roll and poetry. It is in this era of instant gratification that the band, completed soon after by the bass and drums of Charles Sanders and Ramy Kozman...
David Geraghty is a member of the Irish rock band Bell X1who embarked on a solo career with his debut album Kill your Darlings, released in September 2007. David Geraghty will release his second album 'The Victory Dance' in Ireland on August 28, 2009. The release of the album will coincide with a nationwide tour beginning in September with a live performance at Electric Picnic in Stradbally, Co. Laois. The tour also consists of dates in Cork, Galway, Limerick, Louth and Dublin.
Sallie Ford is originally from Asheville, NC. She moved to Portland, OR in October 2006. She started writing songs soon after. In April 2007, she met Ford Tennis, Tyler Tornfelt and Jeff Munger and they became The Sound Outside!
1) Phantoms are a new Sydney hardcore band featuring ex-members of Rex Banner, Jack Napier and Rowan of Bury Your Dead 2)Seattle-based rock band, phantoms, was born in June of 2009, when singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer, Johnny (25), formerly singer/songwriter for Dating Delilah, decided it was time to abandon the power-struggle that came with collaborative songwriting within a band framework. Weary of egos, and indecision, Johnny decided to start a project in which he could express exactly what he heard in his own mind, heart and soul.
The Maxwells var et dansk band, der blev dannet i 1964 i København. Forinden havde skolekammerater fra Sankt Annæ Gymnasium dannet gruppen The Dragons, men tog navneforandring på grund af et godt tilbud fra en forhandler af forstærkeranlæg, der ville støtte med et forstærkeranlæg, hvis de skiftede navn til The Maxwells. Dette kunne de ikke sige nej til og skiftede fra VOX til MAX, gruppen kom derfor til at hedde The Maxwells. De spillede deres sidste job ved Musik og Lys første Komsammen i maj 1970. Men samledes endnu engang i Huset i København i april 1973.
Ray Harris was born on September 7th 1927. He formed a band with Wayne Powers and wrote the songs "Come On, Little Mama" and "Greenback Dollar, Watch and Chain". He eventually recorded these at Sun Records with Sam Phillips.
ROCKET TO MEMPHIS are an awesome five piece band from Perth, Australia, who play cool, swampy, voodoo rock 'n' roll! It's kinda Crampsy but with female vocals and hell-catchy songs. Their debut release, in June 2007, is The Swampwater Shuffle EP, and features six killer toons. Their website is: myspace.com/rockettomemphis
Sometimes the most American of settings can reveal the deepest artistic talents the world has ever known. Johnny Cash on the farms of Arkansas, Mike Ness on the mean streets of Los Angeles, and a skinny kid from the ghettos of Tupelo named Elvis who happened to be brimming with soul. JD Mcpherson is one of those talents cut from that same artistic cloth. Growing up in southern Oklahoma, Mcpherson, the progeny of an ex-military, farming father and