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Danny Cavanagh

Danny Cavanagh (born October 6, 1972) is a British guitarist and songwriter, one of the founding members of Anathema - a band that began in a style, before changing to a more -based sound. Danny also worked with Lid, Antimatter and Leafblade. In 2005, he released a Nick Drake tribute album, called "A Place to Be". He played several acoustic shows made of covers from Anathema or others artists alone, or as Danny & Vincent Cavanagh and Anneke van Giersbergen & Danny Cavanagh.

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Kiesza

Kiesza has packed a lot into her 22 years. She's been a navy codebreaker, a national beauty pageant contestant and a tall ship sailor.But these days, writing and performing music is the Calgary native's main passion. It's been only four years since Kiesza (pronounced Kye-za) wrote her first song on her mother's old guitar. "I knew that my mom had a guitar in storage in the house," she says. "My parents got divorced when I was 18 and I had a lot of emotions going on and I went searching for it. When I found it and started playing it, I wrote a song that first day.

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John Leyton

John Leyton is an English actor and singer. As a singer he is best known for his hit song "Johnny Remember Me", (written by Geoff Goddard and produced by the legendary Joe Meek) which reached Number 1 in the UK chart in August 1961. John Dudley Leyton was born on 17 February 1939 in Frinton-on-Sea, Essex. After completing his National Service, he studied drama, paying his way through drama school with bit-part roles in films and on television.

Read more about John Leyton on Last.fm.

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David Ledden

Born in Montreal, Canada, David Ledden first picked up a bass at the age of 12. By 15 he was playing the metal circuit of his native Quebec, appearing on albums and touring with Crypt and Exciter. In the early 90s David joined obscure Montreal post-punk trio Saw Tooth. The band toured Eastern Canada and the United Kingdom, and release one double-single, Kinda Stanky on En Guard records. David moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1992, and after a final, disastrous tour with Saw Tooth, left to form the band Spine, releasing one single, Black Greasy Five Eye on Zedd Records.

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