There are at least Six bands with this name.
1) Baxter were a Long Island New York prog-rock group who did one eponymous album in 1973.
2) From Sweden, Baxter are known for combining drum n' bass loops and the hypnotically strong and sometimes melancholy voice of Nina Ramsby.
3)Baxter (sometimes typset .baxter. on their album covers) was a Chicago Post Hardcore band.
4) A punk band from Mannheim, Germany.
5) A melodic hardcore punk band from Poitiers, France.
6) Baxter from Toms River NJ - singer later formed The Trans Magetti (Art Monk Construction/Southern)
There are at least Six bands with this name.
There is more than one artist with the name Juggernaut: 1. Juggernaut was a Texas thrash metal band known for their outragous live shows and off stage antics. Two albums were released, both on Metal Blade records: Baptism Under Fire in 1986 and Trouble Within in 1987. Both are available on reissue by High Vaultage records with generous bonus tracks. Juggernuat disbanded in 1993. 2. Juggernaut is a hardcore/death metal Band from France.
http://www.myspace.com/juggernauthardcore 3. There is also a hardcore band from Vienna, Austria called Juggernaut. http://www.myspace.com/juggernautbust
Tekla (Pernilla Sternäng) is a Swedish singer from Helsingborg. She released four albums in the 1990's - two in Swedish and two in English: Oranga Blad (Orange leaves) 1992; Tekla 1994; Cactuses 1996; and
Somebody Else 1998; on the MNW label in Sweden. Her fourth album was released in 1999 on the Vancouver, Canada label Nettwerk. She toured with Sarah McLaughlin on the 1999 Lilith fair tour as one of the Village Stage artists.
Dana had a very good education which somewhat passed her by as nothing is as much fun as playing a guitar. Via an unconventional route of occasional employment and the odd band, she somehow found herself busking on the London Underground and this sorry excuse for a day job honed her performance skills down to a fine point. Early childhood trauma left Dana with a propensity to play the banjo, and the massive amounts of spare time that a career in busking affords allowed her to indulge and nurture her dirty habit.
On her fourth studio album, Another Kind of Fire, Boston-based folk-pop singer-songwriter Edie Carey explores the myriad kinds of "fire" - romantic and otherwise - that keep us burning below the surface: old resentments, creativity, anger, lost friendships, lust, and, of course, love. The disc, released September 19th independently on Accidental Poet, maintains much of the organic, woody sound of its predecessor, When I Was Made (2004), touted by Harp Magazine as "a little country, a little adult-contemporary, and a lot of fine music.
Jessica Lea Mayfield has performed with her family band, One Way Rider, since the age of 8. So it's no surprise that the 19-year-old singer-songwriter has a mature sound that seems evolved beyond her years. A featured vocalist on The Black Keys' Attack and Release, that band's Dan Auerbach returned the favor by producing her first studio album, recorded over the course of two years in his home studio.
Colleen Green always wears sunglasses onstage. Colleen Green is long hair and getting high. Colleen Green's first full-length for Hardly Art, Sock it to Me, is grounded in pure pop. Colleen Green's multi-tracked, emotive vocals take an enormous leap forward, evoking all-time heroes such as Rose Melberg and Tina Weymouth, with every drum-machine-tracked song awash in the dreamy slacker romanticism of California.
Melissa Arnette Elliott (born July 1, 1971 in Portsmouth, Virginia), better known by her stage name Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, is an American Grammy Award winning rapper, singer, producer, actress and former member of the R&B group Sista. With sales of over seven million in the United States alone she is the only female rapper to have six albums certified platinum by the RIAA and has worked extensively as a producer for many other artists along with her childhood friend Timbaland.
Oh Land is a peculiar new cinematic electropop Dane who recently sailed across the sea to the artistic haven of Brooklyn, NY. With an opera singer for a mother, a theater organist for a father and Björk’s Homogenic on constant rotation, Oh Land was enraptured by the combination of experimental and classical arts. “My goal is to sound like I’m from 2050, but still feel really classic, like the music is an old friend,” said Oh Land.