Kate Bush (born Catherine Bush on 30 July 1958 in Bexleyheath, Kent, England, now part of Greater London) is an English singer and songwriter known for her expressive four-octave soprano voice, idiosyncratic and literary lyrics, and eclectic and meticulous musical and production style. She debuted in 1978 with the surprise hit "Wuthering Heights", which was number one in the British music charts for four weeks.
Somewhere, very far away and very hard to find, there is a planet: Clunes.
This beautiful but turbulent planet is populated by organisms (Clunes) who live for exactly one day. Each day the Clunes wake, work, relax, procreate and then die, wiped out in an enormous global war.
The fallout from this intense daily activity echoes through space as waves of vibrational energy and - until recently - was only detectable by extremely sensitive computerized telescopes.
Kingston upon Hull, UK (2005-Present) GST Cardinals are a five-piece british indie rock band from Kingston upon Hull, UK. Formed in 2005 by songwriting partners Dave Sinclair (vocals) and Matthew Robinson (lead guitar) as well as drummer Ollie Boyce. After several changes, rhythm guitarist Alex Day and bassist Ryan Thornton completed the current lineup. As well as constantly playing live around Great Britain, the band has toured the USA twice, Germany twice and also played in Sweden.
The vehicle for the pop genius of Joe McAlinden. Joe was previously a member of The Groovy Little Numbers, and recorded for 53rd and 3rd Records of Edinburgh. He has been in Bellshill scene bands with members of Teenage Fanclub, Soup Dragons and The BMX Bandits. They released a mini-album in 1992 on Creation Records called greatest Hits Vol. One. This featured Neil Grant, Raymond Prior and Mark Hughes.
Dreams needed to be followed and passions expressed so 2009 gave rise to Modern Alarms
Now with a solid line up the band are producing intense, exciting, groove driven tunes that to experience live gives a true sense you're immersed in something special that very rarely comes around in music.
Confident and engaging and with ambition bigger than comprehension their ability to create music that evokes emotion in their audience is there for all to see. Born from a true respect of music and a desire to give their audience and themselves a reprieve from the daily grind.
There is more than one artist with this name:
1) A popular Alternative rock band from London, England which formed in 1994.
2) A Belgian jazz rock band active in the 1970's
3) A short-lived Canadian punk band from the early 90's, which at one time featured a then 15 year old Leslie Feist on vocals
4) A short-lived British underground post-punk duo consisting of Gary and Michelle Wild. 1) The British band was founded when former Luxembourg schoolmates Brian Molko and Stefan Olsdal - who never actually spoke to each other - met by accident at South Kensington...
The Lighthouse Family are a British duo. They consist of vocalist Tunde Baiyewu (born November 25, 1968 in London) and keyboard player Paul Tucker, (born 12 August 1968, in Crystal Palace, London) and formed in 1993 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England after meeting at college. Their 1995 debut album Ocean Drive sold more than 1.6 million copies in the UK alone and established them as a popular easy listening duo throughout Europe.
The Operation is kind of known for being "the band before mewithoutYou": Greg Jehanian, Michael Weiss, Aaron Weiss, Chris Kleinberg were all members. They released There is Hope For a Tree Cut Down from Take Hold Records, but stopped soon after when mewithoutYou, which began as a side project, became more popular and a serious deal.
Tiny Tigers are: Angela Martin: Vocals & Guitar
Paula Snow: Bass
Ann Rock: Drums and vocals Tiny Tigers are a London based new wave punk band from East London, UK and Ohio, USA. Formed by old school friends Paula Snow and Angela Martin, Tiny Tigers recruited drummer Ann Rock (ex Johnny 5) in August of 2008. The band was orginally formed in 2007 at The Vatican Rehearsal Studios in Bethnal Green.