Formed in 1964 in Los Angeles, U.S.A. The group, at various times, comprised of: Bob Welch...who replaced......Ray Tusken, Fred Murphy (d. 2003, drummer, Henry Moore (lead singer on 'I'm No Stranger' and sax), Henry 'HT' Thompson (d. 26th May 2004), Ivory Hudson (lead singer), Anthony Lytle, Wayne Purnell (piano) Bobby Watson,Tony Maiden, Ron Edge (drums), Billy Diez (bass), and David T. Walker Formed in Los Angeles in 1964, The Seven Souls comprised of several band members, one of whom was to later become a major figure in the rock field, namely Bob Welch.
1) A group of session musicians paired with vocalist Jon Allen to rerecord a track called "Mercy." 2) Out of the ashes of nothing in particular, not really a revival of anything, and not claiming allegiance to any stodgy point of view, The Third Degree is rather quite an original band in a rather rehashed market. They're punk, and aside from a rather healthy affinity towards skateboarding, their style of music is not geared toward some predefined mold, but is rather the logical result of three active participants in the Orange County...
Allen LaMar "Al" Wilson (June 19, 1939 – April 21, 2008) was an American soul singer best known for the hit song "Show and Tell", and in the UK for the earlier hit, "The Snake" Wilson was born in Meridian, Mississippi. He showed little interest in education but performed in school plays, sang in talent shows and won first prize in a local art contest. Wilson began his career at the age of 12 leading his own spiritual quartet and singing in the church choir, even performing covers of country and western hits as circumstances dictated.
There are at least two groups who call themselves "The Valentines". 1) One of the most highly regarded American Doo Wop groups from the mid 1950s. Their records are highly sought by collectors. Although they never had a record on the national hit parades, they were extremely popular in New York and the East Coast in general and had many regional big sellers. The stage performances of the group were sellouts and their harmonizing and choreography in sequence were amongst the most accomplished of their time.
Smith regularly appears in clubs across the world and his strong cult following has secured him constant DJ bookings including several residencies at:
Cargo (London) – Andy Smith presents The Document Live Sessions
Jazz Café (London) – Andy Smith's Northern Soul/Freestyle Mix Sessions
Madame Jo Jos (London) – Lost and Found (with Keb Darge)
Tamla Tuesdays (London) – The Big Chill Bar
The Button Factory (Dublin)
Dachstock – (Bern Switzerland)
Ann Sexton was born 5th February 1950 in Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.A. Songwriter David Lee spotted Ann in 1971, although not a well known artist, Ann recorded a series of great soul records for the legendary Nashville soul DJ and label-owner John R (John Richbourg). Her best known songs, "You've Been Gone Too Long" and "You're Losing Me", were, and still are, great favourites on the Northern Soul scene.
There are at least 6 bands called Monster: 1) ska-soul-punk band from Sweden
2) heavy/hard/thrash metal band from Brazil
3) Los Angeles-based indie-rock
4) HC band Mönster from Germany.
5) band from British Columbia, Canada.
6) Korean pop boy's band group called 몬스터
7) Swedish chiptune artist called MONSTER 1) Monster a ska-soul-punk band from Sweden that split up in 2000. They released two albums: "Rockers Delight" (1997), "Gone Gone Gone/A Bash Dem" (1999) and some EPs.
There are at least 4 bands with the name Bandwagon:
1. Japanese rock band
2. North Irish rock band
3. Thai rock band
4. Johnny Johnson and the Bandwagon 1. The Japanese Bandwagon formed in Japan in 1999.
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2. Bandwagon are a three-piece rock band from Lisburn, North Ireland.