Plain White T's are a pop-punk band formed in 1997 in Illinois, United States. They are best known for "Hey There Delilah", an acoustic song performed solely by singer Tom Higgenson originally released in 2005 and later hit #1 in the US in 2007. For over a decade, Plain White T's have been playing to packed audiences craving for that perfect pop-punk punch. Their journey, which began in a small suburban basement playing covers, has taken the band to Warped Tour three times, and landed them opening slots for bands like Jimmy Eat World and AFI.
BBC Radio Scotland is Scotland's only national radio station, offering a distinctive mix of speech and music to take any radio lover through a rich and satisfying listening day.
Like the rest of the BBC, it offers podcasts & downloads including 'Scotland's Funny Bits' (self-explanatory, presented by Julia Sutherland), 'Scotland Introducing' (a showcase for unsigned or new music from Scotland) and 'Scottish Football'.
The Reduced Shakespeare Company is an American acting troupe that writes and performs unsubtle, fast-paced, seemingly improvisational condensations of huge topics. They bring out a podcast on an approximately weekly basis.
Russell Edward Brand (born June 4, 1975 in Grays, Essex, England) is an English stand-up comedian, radio DJ, television presenter, author, newspaper columnist, and actor. Brand dresses in a flamboyant bohemian fashion; his style consisting of a black eye-liner, tight monochromatic clothing, drainpipe jeans, Beatle boots and long, shaggy backcombed hair. He describes himself as looking like an "S&M Willy Wonka." He is a fan of The Smiths and Morrissey, and has a cat of the same name. Brand is a vegetarian and does yoga.
http://nrkpyramids.bandcamp.com/ NRK (Nobody Really Knows) is a group of musicians who predominantly create hip-hop from Powder Springs, GA/Los Angeles, CA. They released Goodwill (as The Bandits) in 2009 and The NRK Compilation on April 17th, 2010. Both are available for free download. NRK was started by Pyramid Vritra, KC 2.0, Pyramid Murdock, and Gloomy Pyramid while they were in 8th grade. Members such as Jay Cue, Andre McCloud, Mr. Northstar, Tyler Major, LuiDiamonds, and Pyramid Mables were added later on when they were all in High School.
1. DR (Danmarks Radio, danish national radio) comprises four FM-stations: P1, P2 (classical music and culture), P3 (young people) and P4 (nine regional stations). Since 1996 DR has transmitted radio on the Internet, including daily transmissions of Radioavisen (news) and Orientering (current affairs magazine). In 1999 DR introduced a new activity, DR Classical (with P2 and other classical music around the clock), which is accessible via satellite dish reception or cable and on the Internet. DR also offers 26 radio channels on DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) and the Internet.
Age 10 - Started playing the piano Age 13 - Played skating rinks and private clubs Age 14 - Appeared on WSM Ch.4 In Nashville, TN Age 21 - On the road - Holiday Inn circuit from the 5 southern states and Clarksville-Fort Campbell, KY area. Then worked for Stage 2 Attractions and Traveled all over the western states
1983 - Top 10 finalist in Wrangler Country Star Search. Recorded a 45 rpm record which was titled, "It Hasn't Been Easy"
1) Tim Shaw (June 9, 1974) is a British radio DJ who presents The Morning After on Kerrang! Radio, which commences October 1st, with Kate Lawler. He claims to be ranked third in a list of the world's most controversial broadcasters of all time, thanks mostly to his late night radio show “The Asylum” which broadcast on Kerrang! Radio (2200-0100) from Sunday to Thursday. The show, would often feature his family and friends, sometimes even live on the phone (usually for comedic effect), but also very candid and honest interviews with guests who have included boxer Chris Eubank...