Dave Sharp is the former lead guitarist and vocalist of the Welsh band The Alarm.
“A sharing of gold is but brief, but a sharing of song lasts long.”
- Gaelic Proverb Mary Jane Lamond is a sharer of songs, stories and spirit. This sharing has garnered Mary Jane numerous JUNO and East Coast Music award nominations, critical acclaim, and a worldwide audience. Her latest recording, SEINN, is released on September 18. It reflects the great love and respect that Mary Jane and Wendy have for Nova Scotia tradition, and for each other.
There are at least four bands named Dischord: 1. A Thrash Metal band formed in 2005 from Moncton, New-Brunswick, Canada. Having already released a demo and an EP. 2. Dischord is a Deathcore/Death Metal band from Tbilisi, Georgia, formed in 2010. Its music consists of some heavy deathcore with slamming, brutal and technical death metal influences. Lyrical themes of the band are politics, revolution, future, destruction etc.
Charles Spearin, founding member of Do Make Say Think, Broken Social Scene and K.C. Accidental released his debut album, The Happiness Project, on Feb. 14, 2009. The Happiness Project mixes music with spoken interviews which Spearin conducted on persons living in his own neighborhood. A theme throughout each interview is the subject of happiness. According to the album's liner notes, after the interviews Spearin would listen to the playback "for moments that were interesting in both meaning and melody," Spearin wrote.
About The Dunes There are few words to describe the alternative rock sounds of The Dunes from Norfolk, Va. This bad ass 4 piece band is dedicated to upholding the rock n roll traditions of rebellion, outspokenness, and musical power. The Dunes pay homage to the legends of rock with a foundation of mean beats and original riffs. They rock the stage with an explosion that blasts every ones ears when the sound of their extraordinary music comes from the speakers, expressing their feelings and thoughts through the words and rythms of their music.
There are, at least, four artists named The Box. 1) A Montreal, Canada new wave band, formed 1981 by Jean-Marc Pisapia (an early member of Men Without Hats). The band was re-started, in 2003, with new lineup. Originally, Jean-Marc recruited guitarist Guy Florent and bassist Jean-Pierre Brie for the band, who were originally known as Checkpoint Charlie before settling on the name The Box. After a 15-year hiatus the band released their fifth album, the progressive-rock flavored "Black Dog There" on Komfy-Universal.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) A Canadian based band formed in 1978. The groups' self titled album 'Promises' was a flop except for it's single 'Baby It's You'. In Europe the single was a smash hit, especially Germany where it reached no.4. In Australia the song was hugely sucessful. But after the release of the second single, the group split. 2) Promises is an Australian based hardcore band. They have released one EP titled "Hopeless Sons" on June 11, 2010. "We formed in January 2010 and play meaningful, emotional hardcore.
A dynamic folk baritone, Nathan Rogers was born in 1980. His songs range from the semi-traditional (Three Fishers) to the quirky (The Ballad of William and John Gibson) to the passionate (Mary's Song). As of this date (2008), he has released one album (True Stories) containing primarily his own compositions. Perhaps not incidentally, his family is among one of the most famous folk music families in Canada: his father was the late Stan Rogers) and his uncle is Garnet Rogers.
Belvedere was a canadian melodic punk/hardcore band formed in 1995. Originally not meant to play a show, they gained a cult following in Canada's punk scene. Known for their blazing technical speed and melodic vocals, the band also appeared on the Warped Tour and Groezrock Festival bills.
Taking their name from the '80s sitcom, Belvedere began in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1995 as the three-piece of Steve Rawles (guitar/vocals), Brock (bass), and Dan Hrynuik (drums).