Lloyd Daniels (born 14 December 1992), is the youngest act in the sixth series of The X-Factor. He comes from Wales and, in his first audition in Cardiff, Cheryl Cole described him as "the first person to actually have the X Factor this year". Cheryl proceeded to select Lloyd as one of her top 3 finalists in her Boys category. He began the live shows by performing fairly consistently despite some questionable song choices by Cheryl Cole.
From The Tracks from Karlstad, Sweden formed in September 2008, made up of ex-members of Ends like this, New Hope For Breakfast and Sicktrick. Their début album, THIS MACHINE AND I was released in early 2009 as a free download, their second album Recover was released in September 2009 after their first European tour. http://www.myspace.com/fromthetracks
“Swallows is an alternative band out of Minnesota that has invoked what people are calling 'rock and roll, ugly and beautiful, profane and spiritual.' This quartet brings a blend of classic blues, a barrage of eclectic instruments, and warm yet gritty Nick Cave vocals.” - David Buchanan, Consequence of Sound Swallows' line-up features the collaborations of Jeff Crandall, Aaron Kerr, Tyson Allison and Frank Spencer.
This page is for four bands. 1) The first Eyes being a late 70's Southern California punk group featured on the renowned Dangerhouse Records. Their original lineup included Joe Ramirez, Charlotte Caffey (Pre Go-Gos) and D.J. 'Don' Bonebrake (Pre-X). Caffey and Bonebrake were later on replaced by David Brown and Jimmy Leach. In 1978, Eyes released the famous TAQN (Take A Quaalude Now) 7''. Joe Ramirez, the leader of the Eyes, was a cerebral master of the unexpected lyric in front of the musical conventions of punk rock.
The Ladder are a British hard rock group. The band is composed of three past members of the group FM, Steve Overland, Pete Jupp and Bob Skeat along with former Dare/Ten guitarist Vinny Burns. The band released one studio album, Future Miracles. Originally thought to be an FM reunion the group decided not to use that name for what was termed "political reasons" as well as seeking a fresh approach. Also:
Buddy Guy (born George Guy, July 30, 1936 in Lettsworth, Louisiana) is an American blues music and rock music guitarist, as well as a singer. Known as an inspiration to Jimi Hendrix and other 1960s blues and rock legends, Guy is considered as an important proponent of Chicago blues made famous by Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf. He has influenced both widely known and local blues guitarists. Guy is known for his showmanship; for example...
Turning plates are a new Glasgow based band who are currently working hard on a varied set of songs that will be heard around the country soon! The band was formed by singer songwriter Duncan Sutherland who brought together a collection of musical friends to help him build upon the music and reputation of his previous band (The Strawberries) who achieved some success, with the highlight being supporting LA based band Silversun Pickups on their first tour to Scotland.