Only a couple months into their coupledom, Major Matt Mason USA and Nan Turner began jamming. Nan's prior music experience was playing guitar and sometimes bass in the all-girl punky pop band Bionic Finger. Matt's experience included playing guitar in noisepop bands in Kansas, but he was mainly doing solo acoustic shows in New York when he met Nan. In the honeymoon of their romance, Matt brought his electric guitar out of hibernation and Nan started banging the drums. Schwervon! was born.
Kath Bloom was born and raised in New Haven, CT, where she learned to play guitar among the headstones of her local cemetery. She met avant-garde guitarist Loren Mazzacane Connors in 1976 and together they recorded six limited edition albums of fragile folk and blues melodies between 1981 and 1984.
After her collaborations with Connors, Kath entered a period of child-rearing and family life, returning to recording in the early 90s. Director Richard Linklater discovered Bloom's music and featured her song Come Here in a pivotal scene in his 1995 film Before Sunrise.
Refree es el alter ego de Raül Fernandez (Ex-Corn Flakes, ex-Sitcom, líder de Élena y periodista musical), uno de los personajes más inquietos de nuestra escena independiente. En 2002 publicó su álbum de debut "Quitamiedos". En Francia fue elegido por la exigente revista Magic! dentro de los 20 mejores discos internacionales del año, y Les Inrockuptibles destacó su espíritu lírico y preciosista. En Norteamérica...
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Polly is a French songwriter and singer, known as Daughters Of Albion's guitarist and singer. She has released two cover albums.
Karolis - vocals |
Edit - back vocals |
Marius - guitar |
Tomas - bass guitar |
Justas - drums |
Rimas - management | 3) Polly is also Finnish DJ. 4) Another Polly is the Slovenian hip hop/rap artist, one of the few women in the genre (MySpace).
A few years back while Kansas City-native Sara Swenson was picking out a new guitar to strum, someone mistakenly referred to her as
The Hornblower Brothers are a five piece band from Brighton, England. Their music combines a wide variety of influences to produce an uplifting original sound. Band members are: Nat Forrester (Electric guitar and vocals), Alistair Johnstone (Acoustic guitar and vocals), Gary Cox (Keyboard and Melodica), James Emery (Bass guitar) and Antony Groves (Drums). The band were recently featured by Steve Lamacq on BBC 6Music as his Unsigned Band of the Week.
Graham Kendrick, the son of a Baptist pastor, was born in Northamptonshire in 1950. He trained as a teacher but launched out as a singer/songwriter in 1972. His songs and hymns are sung by millions of people in numerous languages around the world. The song Shine Jesus Shine has been the UK's most popular contemporary worship song and is frequently featured in the BBC's Songs of Praise programme. He is married with four daughters and lives in South London. Graham received a Dove Award in 1995 for his international work and is listed in Who's Who.
Iceland's bluesiest chanteuse Lovísa Elísabet Sigrúnardóttir - a.k.a. Lay Low - is ready with a new album. After setting worlds ablaze and topping the Icelandic charts with her 2006 debut 'Please Don't Hate Me', the unassuming starlet is back with a new record that continues her forays into traditional blues and country sounds. Recorded at Toe Rag Studios in London with producer Liam Watson (White Stripes & Pete Molinari), the new record is titled 'Farewell Good Night's Sleep', and features musicians such as Carwyn Ellis, Ed Turner, Rupert Brown, Matt Radford, Jason Wilson and BJ Cole.
Check out www.mattgoss.biz British-born pop singer Matt Goss is 34 years old and is an emerging star in America, with more than a decade of success as lead singer for Bros in his native UK. Over their six year career, Bros recorded three successful albums, including thirteen Top 5 singles and selling 17 million records worldwide. Over the course of two global tours, Matt headlined the world’s most prestigious venues including the Sydney Entertainment Centre, Tokyo’s Buddha Khan, The Royal Albert Hall and ten consecutive nights at London’s Wembley Arena...