Cars Can Be Blue started during the summer of 2002 after the dissolution of Nate's cover band and Becky's improv comedy group. Left with enough free time to enter themselves into a local music festival, Nate and Becky used this impromptu performance as the catalyst for their first attempts at songwriting and were surprised by how well they ended up working together. Cars Can Be Blue have shared stages with bands like Mates of State, The Lucksmiths, Jason Anderson/Wolf Colonel and xBxRx...
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www.myspace.com/sumudu Sumudu is a singer-songwriter from London. Born in Barnsley and raised in Scunthorpe she was a natural performer and composer from a young age and soon learned to play several instruments including the piano, guitar, bass and accordian. She made her television debut aged fifteen on the BBC's 'A Song for Christmas' with John Barrowman performing one her own songs.
The French is a synth duo formed by Darren Hayman and John Morrison, both formerly of Hefner. The French developed the more electronic sound present on Hefner's last album: Dead Media. They have released one full length album called Local Information, an EP called Dagenham and a double a-side single called Gabriel In the Airport/Porn Shoes in the years 2003-2004.
Folk + Disco = fun. Rod Thomas grew up between two villages in South Wales with nothing much to do but listen to records and learn to play a lot of instruments. He now lives in London which is much less remote, and plays alongside people like James Yuill, It Hugs Back, Gotye, Noah & The Whale and at places like Glastonbury Festival, Latitude, Green Man Festival and at venues big and small. He can also sometimes be spotted busking on the London underground.
There are two different artists named Care. 1: CARE is a lo-fi pop band hailing from Grand Rapids, MI. Their album Yellow Trumpet Comforter Swan can be found at http://care.bandcamp.com/ 2: Care was an alternative pop duo formed by Paul Simpson and Ian Broudie in 1983 in Liverpool, England. The band released a string of singles in the '80s under Broudie's production-moniker Kingbird (via Arista) but broke up without releasing an album.
Eric Idle is the composer of most Monty Python songs (along with Neil Innes) such as the Python anthem "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" (which is also played after Iron Maiden's shows). His outstanding linguistic ability have earned him the name "Master of the One-Liner". During his time at Cambridge, Eric served as the president of the famous Cambridge Footlights Dramatic Club. Before Monty Python's Flying Circus...
my sad captains are a London-based quintet who sound like pavement getting a pop overhaul. Formed in late 2004, they expand on the standard guitar line-up by adding various other instruments, such as violin, melodica, keyboard, glockenspiel and samples. They produce an american alt-pop sound, touched with country lashes and occasional fiery noise outbursts. They attempt to play interesting melodic songs that hold people's interest.