Hedley is a Canadian pop rock band comprising lead singer Jacob Hoggard, Tommy Mac on bass, Dave Rosin on lead guitar and Chris Crippin on drums. The current band retains the original name of Hoggard's pre-Canadian Idol group, although the membership has changed. The band originated in Abbotsford, British Columbia. They were named after the town of Hedley, British Columbia, a name chosen after members heard that it was for sale for $246,000.
The Producers could refer to more than one thing:
1) Soundtrack to the motion picture version of the Tony Award-winning musical, "The Producers" by Mel Brooks staring Matthew Broderick (as Leopold Bloom), Nathan Lane (as Max Bialystock) or the cast recording of the musical. 2) The Producers were a new wave and power pop band from Atlanta, Georgia in the 1980s. Original members included Van Temple on guitar and vocals, Kyle Henderson on bass and vocals, Wayne Famous on keyboards, and Brian Holmes on drums.
Kronos Quartet is a string quartet founded by violinist David Harrington in 1973. Since 1978, the quartet has been based in San Francisco, California. The longest-running combination of performers (1978–1999) had Harrington and John Sherba on violin, Hank Dutt on viola and Joan Jeanrenaud on cello. Jennifer Culp replaced Jeanrenaud on cello in 1999. Jeffrey Zeigler replaced Culp on cello in 2005.
There are four bands with the name, The Leftovers (1) An American pop punk trio from Portland, Maine, made up of Kurt Baker (bass, vocals), Andrew Rice (guitar, vocals), and Adam Woronoff (drums). The band formed in 2002, and gained a following by releasing a (now out of print) E.P. entitled Mitton Street Special. A year later they released their first full length album, 2004's Stop, Drop, Rock n Roll.
Big Time Rush, which consists of Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos Pena, Jr., and Logan Henderson, is a band off the hit Nickelodeon series of the same name. The show is about four hockey playing best friends from Minnesota who get swooped up by a big time record producer and are shipped off to Los Angeles in hopes of becoming the next pop boy band sensation. New episodes air Fridays and/or Saturdays at 8:30PM EST.
There are at least 5 artists who go by the name The Company:
1) An Electronic/Rock band from Denmark.
2) A band from London.
3) A hardcore band from Roeselare in Belgium.
4) A thrash metal band from Germany.
5) A vocal harmony act from the Philippines. 1.) The Company is an Electronic/Rock band from Denmark. They released their debut album "The Company" 28/09/09. They are currently signed to Tabu Records. For more information: www.myspace.com/companysound
Shaun of the Dead is a British comedy starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, and tells the story of how Shaun survives the zombie invasion, while at the same time, reclaims the girl he loves. All in a day. The music featured here is most likely from the Official Soundtrack, which comes bundled with songs from the movie, and the music used in the movies. The OST is all glued together with quotes from the movie.
There are three artists with the name Clint Eastwood. 1) Clint Eastwood is an actor, director and composer of film music of his own productions. Eastwood has composed the scores to all of his films since 2003's "Mystic River". He has recently received a Golden Globe nomination for his score to his 2008 movie "Changeling". 2) Clint Eastwood is the name used by popular Reggae musician and D.J. Robert Brammer, who has together with General Saint in 1983 released great hit "Stop That Train". 3) Polish hardcore punk band from Warsaw. 2009-now
Mark Mothersbaugh (born May 18, 1950, in Akron, Ohio) is an American musician, composer, singer, and painter.
Mothersbaugh is a composer, lyricist, and founding member of the New Wave rock group Devo. Mothersbaugh has developed a successful career scoring for film and television. His music has been a staple of the children's television shows Rugrats and Clifford the Big Red Dog. He also wrote the theme song for the new Felix the Cat show for Hanna Barbera, some music for Pee-Wee's Playhouse, and in 1990 and the theme song for The New Super Mario World for DiC Entertainment in 1991.