J Majik & Wickaman are Drum and Bass producers (real names: Jamie Spratling & Andy Parsons). They are the proud creators of the only drum and bass number one single ever: Crazy World
From the ashes of Elephant Ride, Andrew Paul Woodworth formed a new band Virgil in 2000. In 2001, Virgil released its debut album, Virgil, and then "My Paradise" (2004) and quickly carved a niche for themselves in the alternative rock scene. In 2004, Woodworth was honored with "Male Vocalist of the Year" at the LA Music Awards, and Virgil took home the "Independent Rock Album of the Year" Award. During that year, Virgil's music was heard on Television, including Roswell, ESPN, and Buffy, The Vampire Slayer.
The Detroit Grand Pubahs are Dr. Toefinger (Andy Toth) and Paris the Black Fu (Mack Goudy, Jr.). Both are from detroit, Michigan, United States. They combine electro, hip hop, and booty-bass with a good dose of humour to create a unique sound. Both of the Pubahs started in music at an early age, with Andy starting to play drums in various local bands at 16. Vocalist Mack began Djing at a similar age having been influenced by Jeff Mills’ legendary radio mix shows.
The band has been going since february 2006, the first song ever recorded being "Control" a metal song with emo undertones. Song became a live favourite amongst fans and onlookers at gigs around the Newry and Mourne area. This song is now the weakest song in the complete set. The music has become much heavier and sounding much more like the Metalcore idols of the band members. New songs are currently written. Recording will take place in late January so a demo will be available in the Late Febuary. Songs for this are decided and we are looking foward to getting it out there
There are at least two artists with this name. 1) A Canadian multi-talented musician / producer (born Jason Charles Beck, aka Chilly Gonzales), known for his MC & electro albums (i.e. "The Entertainist" & "Presidential Suite".), plus his comical live shows. He is able to play the piano, guitar, bass, drums & various brass instruments. In the 1990s, he was the leader of the alternative rock band Son before embarking on his solo career. Early in his solo career, he toured with Peaches (Merill Nisker) and the press nicknamed them the "Bonnie and Clyde of prankster rap.
Tony Hatch (born 30 June 1939 or 1940) is an English composer, songwriter, pianist, music arranger, and producer.
There are at least thirteen artists who go by the name Alex: Alex Chu (알렉스)(1) Korean male singer in the group Clazziquai. Recently, he has been in many OST soundtracks, using his English name, Alex. Born and raised in Canada, he speaks Korean and English fluently and often sings in a mixture of Korean and English in his songs. Alex released his first solo album, "My Vintage Romance" in 2008.
http://www.aydio.net Aydio is Adam Harper, a London-based musician, composer, producer, DJ and visual artist. As a DJ he generally plays an eclectic mix of hip-hop, funk, reggae, breaks, electro and dubstep. His own music consists mainly of downtempo electronica, with hip-hop, dub, rock and jazz influences along with a variety of other forms of music. In 2009 he released 2 EPs on netlabels Dusted Wax Kingdom and KraaK Records, showing his talent and skills of producing impressive chill out and groovy music together. His debut LP, 'Nonentity' was released on KraaK Records in September 2010
The fourth of seven children, John Royce Mathis was born on September 30, 1935 in Gilmer, TX to Clem and Mildred Mathis. As a small boy, the family moved to Post Street in San Francisco. It was there that he learned an appreciation of music from his father who taught him his first song, “My Blue Heaven”. At age eight, his father purchased an old upright piano for $25. When he brought it home, it wouldn’t fit through the front door.