David Wyatt is a singer-songwriter from Leicester, United Kingdom.
leicester (uk) based singer-songwriter.
The Factory Years The leicester based singer songwriter (who has seen a revival of interest in the mid 2000's and a new label, Burning Shed) was an early member of the factory Records roster. Following the death of Ian Curtis (lead singer in Joy Division), Hewick was trialed by Factory owner Tony Wilson, who placed him in the studio with the remaining members of Joy Division (Peter Hook, Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris) and producer Martin Hannett to record the track Haystack.
Coro Nostro is a mixed chamber choir of about 30 singers of all ages drawn from across the Universities, the City and County of Leicester, UK and beyond. We have a wide repertoire of sacred and secular polyphonic motets, madrigals and part-songs, ranging from the 13th to the 21st Century, including three new pieces especially written for us in 2004 and 2005 by Anthony Pither. We receive much praise from the public for the quality of our musicianship, the variety of our repertoire and the clarity and authenticity of our diction and expression.
The Leicester Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1922 by Sir Malcolm Sargent, then a local parish organist and chorus master. The orchestra continues the Sargent tradition of recruiting talented local players and bringing to Leicester soloists of international calibre and fame, to give the people of Leicester symphonic music of the highest possible standard. Each year it performs three concerts at its regular venue, the De Montfort Hall in Leicester, and is available for others.
Neil Brown is an engineer living in leicester (uk). To quote from his homepage - "Hello all, I'm an Engineer that likes to build strange machines, I live on a boat, and am into self sufficiency.". He no longer lives in a boat.
He has been in, or involved with, at least the following bands:- * 22 Metre Band
* Annual Dog Disco
* The Blue Smarties
* Bungalow Bill
* Cookery Club
* Discordia, a.k.a. The Infra Red
* Durham Ox Singers
* FPV, a.k.a. Fish Protein Vindaloo
Rock´n´roll guarro a palo seco.
Jelly Baby (1989-1992) Jelly Baby was a relaxed style of punk, funk, rock, jazz, psychadelic, metal, with a heavy does of fun added to their music. It was not uncommon for them to end up performing naked on stage, prior wearing daft lycra outfits. The original members resided in both Leicester and Nottingham, United Kingdom during the band's conception, in the late 1980's, but by the early 90's, they were Leicester based.
Upcoming D&B producer Rollz has enjoyed airplay on BBC Radio1 with Zane Lowe, Grooverider, Fabio, Andy C, Rob da Bank, MistaJam and Crissy Criss amoungst others, playing his music. Rollz is signed to the Formation label and hails from Leicester and Brighton. His first release was 'Plugged in / Voice of the Mysterons' in February 2010. http://rollz.co.uk
http://www.myspace.com/thekidsincars Kids in Cars hail from the quaint Shire of Leicester, England.
Having taken time to define their sound since the dew fall of spring 07, seeing if it fits, like a nice cloth cap, or toasty warm beanie. Kids believe they have now found 'that' sound. A combination of breakbeat, pop punk and garage indie neatly entwined as one. Kids in Cars are Dom Jewitt, Laura Wykes, Jon Freeman and James Stafford ..."we don't know where we're going...we can't see our the car" Kids 07
There are two bands with the name Laser Beast. 1) Laser Beast is a four-piece from Leicester featuring ex-members of Public Relations Exercise and Her Name Is Calla.
www.daslaserbeast.bigcartel.com 2) Laser Beast is from San Jose, Calfornia, and is composed of Devon Hunter (To The Bottom of the Ocean) on drums and Joseph Oria (The Third Temptation of Paris) as the bassist/vocalist. They are a noise rock band a part of the San Jose local scene. They draw their influences primarily from Lightning Bolt and The Locust. www.myspace.com/laserbeastband