Born Montgomery Bernard Alexander on June 6, 1944 in Kingston, Jamaica, Monty Alexander is a jazz pianist whose style is influenced by strong Caribbean and swing feeling. A musician of a great versatility, this piano virtuoso has covered wide range of musical genres in his career from jazz to reggae, playing with either small bands or an orchestra. "My goal is to uplift", says Alexander. “The piano, to me, is a vehicle for connecting to other human beings. I'm very open to all forms of music. I'm not a bebop musician, I'm not a calypso musician, I'm not a reggae musician.
They have a mission: To spread the ideals of Science and Honor to all people in the galaxy and beyond through Rocket Roll. Despite their out-of-this-world appearance, they are in fact a local Earth band. The Phenomenauts feature Commander Angel Nova (guitar/vocals), Leftenant AR7 (guitar/vocals), Deck Chief Nick Wayzar (stand-up bass/vocals), Professor Greg Arius (keyboard/vocals/streamerator), Major Jimmy Boom (drums/vocals), and Orbit (worlds most handsome space dog).
There is more than one artist with the name Firebug: 1) Firebug, a fine ska/dub band from Sao Paulo, Brazil. 2) Forged in the storied Wicker Park section of Chicago by vocalist Juliette Tworsey and guitarist Jules Shapiro, Fire Bug began cutting their musical teeth in and around local Chicago venues before making their way out to Los Angeles. Since arriving in Los Angeles, Fire Bug has become a part of the essential club scene sharing the stage with many artists including Tom Morello (RATM / Audio Slave)...
The Mad Caddies are a ska punk band from Solvang, California. The band formed in 1995 and has released five full-length albums, one live album, and two EP's. Their sound has influences from a wide range of genres, including ska, punk, hardcore, swing, reggae and jazz. Founding members Chuck Robertson, Sascha Lazor, Todd Rosenberg, Carter Benson and James Malis started the group in high school but the band's membership has changed frequently since its inception. Drummer Todd Rosenberg left the band in 1999, Benson left the band in 2002, and bassist Mark Iversen left the band in 2006.
The Ordinary Boys were an English indie rock band formed in 2002 in Worthing, a seaside town in West Sussex, originally named Next in Line. They were influenced by mod revival and britpop music, as well as the bands Madness, The Specials, The Kinks and The Smiths. Their name derives from a Morrissey song, "The Ordinary Boys". The band consisted of members Samuel Preston (vocals, guitar), William J. Brown (guitar), James Gregory (bass), and Simon Goldring (drums), who replaced Charles “Chuck” Stanley in 2005.
The Seekers were a group of Australian folk-influenced popular musicians which was formed in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, in 1962. They were the first Australian popular music group to achieve significant chart and sales success in the United Kingdom and the United States. Their 1960s hits included: "I'll Never Find Another You", "A World of Our Own" , "The Carnival Is Over" (which The Seekers have sung at various closing ceremonies in Australia, including Expo '88 and the Paralympics), "Someday One Day"...
There are at least 4 bands called the Bodies: 1) A mid 80s punk band from Australia who was featured on the 1984 "Eat Your Head" 2xLP comp. 2) A late 70s Art Punk/New Wave band from the UK who had a single called "Art Nouveau". 3) A Street Punk band from Sonoma, California. 4) A Japanese ska-punk band.
There's probably more than one band with this name. But one of them is a Leeds based Hardcore/punk band. Download/Listen to their debut EP here;
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