With his theatrical performances, which saw him wearing helmets of fire and outlandish costumes, Arthur Brown (born Jun 24, 1944 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England) became one of the most electrifying one-shot artists of the 60's. In addition to topping the British charts (and reaching number two in the U.S.) with his brilliantly demonic single "Fire," Arthur Brown actually scored a Top Ten LP with his 1968 debut, "The Crazy World of Arthur Brown". Crazy World of Arthur Brown (band) The Crazy World of Arthur Brown is a psychedelic rock band of Arthur Brown.
There are two bands and one solo artist named Outlander: 1) Techno/rave legend from the 90's. 2) Progressive rock band from Wisconsin. Outlander consists of three brothers who have played music together for over 20 years. Blending classic rock influences with newer progressive rock and metal and many others, they have a created a sound uniquely their own. Chris Walczak has vocals and plays bass guitar, Marty Walczak on the drums/percussion, and Scott Walczak with guitars.
There are more than 1 artists with the name Gringo: 1 - Gringo Is a progressive rock band.
They were originally formed in 1968 as 'The Toast'. In the spring of 1970 Toast abandoned the old, tired routine and changed their name to Gringo eager to explore the "new freedoms" offered by the burgeoning progressive movement. In March the following year Gringo signed a deal with MCA to record an album and single. In 1972 the bass player left the band, and even though there were the plans for it, sadly there was to be no follow-up album to their promising debut from the previous year.
Secret Green is a British rock band founded in 2007 by Francis Lickerish, Hilary Palmer and Jon Beedle. Recent additions to the band William Gilmour and Matt Hodge complete the line-up. Additional musicians Paul Carr and Jamie Brooks are employed for live work. Guitarist, lutenist and composer Francis Lickerish is a founder member of cult band The Enid. Along with Robert John Godfrey and William Gilmour, he was one of the main contributors to The Enid’s highly individual and accomplished sound.
Jonny Craig is a Canadian singer. He currently fronts the band Emarosa and has recently returned to his post as singer of Dance Gavin Dance, the band he was kicked out of in 2007. His other projects include a former stint in Ghost Runner On Third and sharing vocal duties in the supergroup Isles & Glaciers. He also has a solo career, and is the first and only act of its kind to be signed to Rise Records. Solo work
"Celebrity: This is a tired nation. No heart. No soul. No inspiration." - THE MOTIVATION If honesty is what you want .honesty is what you get with CELEBRITY's latest release MINING FOR TWILIGHT (Doghouse Records). Celebrity's story began in 2001 when Lance Black and brothers, Jesse and Matt Fine teamed up with producer Mark Nash to record SLEEP (One Day Savior Recordings). The release of SLEEP turned the heads of several major labels, many of whom offered a few free drinks and plenty of hot air.
1. Time was art-rock band with a strong British slant, holding a middle ground between the psychedelic '67 Pepper field and the cerebral excursions of the early prog era. In 1967 Lynn David Newton formed an unusual rock group that never made it, and wrote songs. At first the band was called Time. Later they were known as Think Dog!, including the exclamation point. As Time they released only one album Before There Was... in 1968.
Bill Frisell was born in Baltimore, but was raised in Denver, CO. Once a classical clarinetist, he established a firm base in his traditional harmonic knowledge early on in life. Throughout high school and college he also played guitar in various rock and R&B groups in the Denver area. During high school, however, he became profoundly interested in jazz guitar. In 1971 Frisell attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, and also began studying with Jim Hall, one of the prominent jazz guitarists of the 1960s.
The music of John Wesley has been called lyrically sensitive and musically dynamic. Wesley's brand of guitar-driven acoustic and electric songs represent the cultivation of a diversity of inspirations from alternative, progressive, classic rock and folk genres intertwined with poignant lyrics drawn from the poetry of the common man. Furthermore, his skillful, versatile guitar style complements his soulful emotionally-charged vocals reminiscent of Roger Waters or Bruce Springsteen.
There are at least three bands called Ohm, one from Stockholm, Sweden and another from South Africa and lastly Chris Poland's Ohm: from L.A california. Ohm: is a Chris Poland (a former member of Megadeth who has also worked with Lamb Of God) experimental jazz fusion project formed by Robertino Pagliari and himself. The band was formed in 2002 and has released 3 LPs and a live album up to date. It should be noted however, that ohm is incorrectly tagged on last.fm... the true title of Ohm: includes a colon, according to Chris Poland this is due to their constantly changing drummers.