Lisa Hannigan (born February 12th 1981 in Dunshaughlin, County Meath, Ireland) is an irish singer-songwriter who is best known as the female voice from Damien Rice's best selling breakthrough albums "O" and "9". Lisa also appears on backing vocals on Mic Christopher's album "Skylarking", as well as the soundtrack to "Goldfish Memory" A stunning vocalist, Lisa regularly performs live with Damien.
Fighting With Wire emerged in 2003, the brainchild of guitarist Cahir O’Doherty (Jetplane Landing/Clearshot) and drummer Craig McKean (Clearshot).
Although the band has gone through considerable changes, notably going through 5 different bassists, the past three years has seen them play shows with the likes of Reuben, Biffy Clyro, Million Dead, Seafood, yourcodenameis:milo, and Future Of The Left.
Blades Of Hades or simply Blades (since 2006), are an Australian hip hop group from Newcastle. Since forming in the late 1990's they have released three albums, Blades Of Hades, This Installment, and Shadow Art in 2008. The group took its name from Greek mythology, where Hades was the Gatekeeper of the Underworld. Known for their hardcore style lyrics and dark beats, Blades have developed a strong following overseas, having performed at many festivals in Europe, including Germany's Mass Hysteria in Hamburg.
Irishman Mr. Irish Bastard, or that f@@@ing bastard, as he is fondly known to friend and foe alike, writes drink-drenched songs that capture the spirit of the country and the raw energy of his punk roots. It's rough, it's dirty and it's straight from the heart. The boys and girl have released "St. Mary's School of Drinking" and "The Bastard Brotherhood" in February 2008. The band is now going to hit the road, drink, party...
Cashier No.9 www.myspace.com/cashierno9
For several years now, Danny Todd has been an accessory to great music from Northern Ireland. A gifted guitarist, songwriter and producer, he has finally found the perfect vehicle for his unique hybrid of pop, rock, indie, country and electronica. To make ends meet as a teenager there was less inspiring work in a coffee shop, where he was appointed as Cashier No 5. That didn’t scan so well, but with a minor change, it provided an identity for the new band: Cashier No.9.
Formed in Febuary 2006 Mustard City Rockers consist of members of Norwich bands Project Mork, The Antix, Visual Offence, Skudder, TCR, Wine-o, Black veins, Protection Racket, Back Bench Revolt, Semtex, Bens Little Rebellion and Judder and The Jack Rabbits. Wanting to play something more pleasing on the ears than punk rock they all decided to pick up strange mystical instruments that they could not play but would also look funny on them.
English composer, b. about 1530; d. Nov., 1574; was educated by his father, and graduated Mus. D., at Cambridge University, 13 Dec., 1560. In March, 1561, he succeeded Dr. Tye as organist and master of the choristers at Ely cathedral, continuing in that office till 1566. He accepted a similar post at Chester cathedral in 1566, and took part in the Whitsuntide pageants during the years 1567-69. Such was his repute as a choir trainer that in 1570 he was appointed organist and master of the choristers of Westminster Abbey.
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