There are at least seven artists with this name:
1) Surrender is a political peace punk band from Oakland/Berkeley, California, USA.
They have one self-titled 7", an full length LP titled "Paper Thrones", a live tape recorded at 924 Gilman, and a split with Acts of Sedition. 2) Surrender is also a well known band from Zeeland (a province of the Netherlands). They play solid dialectrock in "Zeeuwsch dialect".
There are at least seven artists with this name:
There are six bands named Stitch: (1) A defunct Swedish heavy metal band that released the single 'Devil's Deal' in 1982, two demos in 1982 and 1985, and an non-metal AOR single ('You Light my Fire') in 1988. (2)A metalcore band from San Jose, CA that had a shortlived but explosive existence. They were compared to bands like Soulfly, Sepultura, Chimaira, and Deftones. Live, they were a force to be reckoned with, creating an atmosphere of chaos that wowed crowds all over the west coast.
Read more about Stitch on Last.fm.
Gotthard, a hard-rock band from Lugano in the Italian part of Switzerland and Bern in the German part, was founded in 1990 by mentor and co songwriter Chris von Rohr, best known as Krokus' bass player. Gotthard is definitely one of the most famous and successful Swiss artists ever and almost every album has topped the Swiss charts since 1990. With 2 million albums sold (1 million of which were sold in Switzerland, which only has 7 million inhabitants), they managed to get multi-platinum awards in different parts of the world.
Ted Poley was born in Englewood, New Jersey in 1964. He started in music with the band Lush as a drummer. The band also featured bassist Joe Slattery, with whom Poley would play again later. He then joined New Jersey progressive rock band Prophet as a drummer. They released their first album in 1985. Poley also sang lead vocals on some of their songs. In 1987, while working with the band's second album, he was approached by Bruno Ravel and Steve West to join Danger Danger and he accepted. With Danger Danger, Poley enjoyed much success as the band caught the late surge wave of 80s hair rock.
There are at least 3 artists known under this name: 1) Fist (originally called Axe) was one of several early NWOBHM bands who were signed to MCA records at about the same time (others in this group were Quartz, Tygers Of Pan Tang, and White Spirit). Their sound wasn't too different from their contemporaries, with the exception being they had a slightly more melodic feel to their songs. Two albums were released, and like many other NWOBHM bands, they faded away soon after, disbanding in 1984.
There are multiple bands with this name. 1.Valentine Romanski, known as “Valentine” (born June 22nd 1988 in Zwenkau, Germany) is a german Singer and Musician. Her songs are mostly selfwritten Ballads where she also supports herself with the Piano. The First Single “Feel So Bad” was very high in the german Charts in 2005. Her Debutalbum “Ocean Full Of Tears” was released some weeks after the Singe. Even Sir Paul McCartney was impressed by her and her talent: “This girl is amazing.” 2.Valentine is an AOR band from USA.
TONY MITCHELL…Lead vocals, rhythm & acoustic guitars, mandolin & harmonica.
MARTIN (MALV) TALBOT…Bass guitar & backing vocals.
DAZ RICE…Lead guitar & backing vocals.
SCOTT ELLIOTT…Drums & backing vocals.
GEORGE WILLIAMS…Hammond Organ & backing vocals. In 1991, Kiss of the Gypsy was to release their first and last album, “KISS OF THE GYPSY”. With such high acclaim and excellent reviews worldwide, nobody predicted that their journey would be so short. Just lasting 3 years, 1 album and 3 singles, Kiss of the Gypsy achieved more than most bands do in a decade.
There are a number of artists who perform under the name Lost Weekend 1) Lost Weekend, UK The band have been together for 15 years. They are made up of musicians who over the last 25 years have rocked the stages of Britain, Europe and the world. With the resurgence in guitar based music the band have been in huge demand, indeed they have performed along side the likes of Gotthard, TNT, Dokken, Magnum, Saxon, Wishbone Ash, Jeff Scott Soto and Winger etc, in fact the list reads like a who's who of rock.
White Sister was one of those bands that never quite achieved the success it deserved. Despite being signed to a major label, working with a well-known producer and writing songs that bettered their more well-known peers on more than one occasion, vocalist/bassist Dennis Churchill-Dries and company struggled to keep their heads above water throughout most of the Eighties. White Sister released two albums, a self-titled debut – produced by Angel’s Gregg Giuffria - and ‘Fashion by Passion’.
Crush 40, previously known as Sons of Angels, was originally formed as a project band to record music for Sega's arcade racing game NASCAR Rubbin' Racing, or EA Sports NASCAR Arcade in the west. The core of the group is hard rock guitarist Jun Senoue and melodic rock vocal legend Johnny Gioeli. As of late, the band comprises of the following members:
* Vocals: Johnny Gioeli
* Guitars: Jun Senoue
* Bass: Takeshi Taneda
* Drums: Katsuji