Gerry McNeice is a yorkshire based singer- songwriter,probably best known for his work with the Duncan McFarlane band. Gerry's album 'Small Town Boy' was released august 2009 to critical aclaim. Live Gerry McNiece performs at times as a solo artist, with a regular 4 piece band or performing as the Gerry McNeice Ochestra with up to a ten piece band.
Born at the tender age of 0, Danny beat his twin brother out into 'the world' to join his older brother & Mum 'n' Dad in the sunny dreamland that is Romford, Essex. Having a Euphonium playing Dad and a music teacher for a Mum, it wasn't long before Danny was mastering the recorder. However, he soon gave it up to pursue Graphic Design (which was and still is his Dad's real job). This pursuit carried on till after A-Levels when Danny decided that being a Graphic Designer was going to be too competitive - so he went for a more realistic career path - being a bass player and songwriter.
There are at least three bands with the name the Tigers. The most widely known of these are The Tigers (ザ・タイガース), who were Japan’s most popular band of the Group Sounds era. The group featured a singer named Kenji Sawada, and were signed to Watanabe Productions. The group was first named Funnys and was formed in 1966. They changed their name to "The Tigers" on their first TV performance on 15 November 1966. They appeared in several Japanese movies in the late 1960s.
The Mai 68s are an indie/post-punk band from Leicester. The band were formed in 2007) by Jeremy '68 (stand-up drums), Julie '68 (vox), Jon '68 (guitar) and Zac '68 (bass) . A Joe Foster produced debut single "Froth on the Daydream" was released by Cloudberry Records on the 21st June. Copies can be bought from www.cloudberryrecords.com. www.myspace.com/themai68s.
Since 2007, The Confusion Saint has:
Smited 2.5 pickup trucks (that they work in Terço).
Jammed The Menzingers in a race of the case.
Bought a tow shitty of Schramm of the recorded Pat.
Journeyed on 2 EP's for its own proper strange register of the Skull.
Played a group of samples with show.
New release of recorded song to follow later this year.........
Not to be mistaken as Phoenix, The Royal Concept, formerly known as The Concept.
Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man. is a four piece British band incorporating two former members of Les Incompétents; vocalist Frederick Blood-Royale, and guitarist Jareth. Joined by Tommy Gunnzs on bass and Edward Quarmby as drummer, the band formed at the end of 2006. Although relatively young, they have already accumulated a cult following assisted by their myspace page which they operate around until the completion of their official site: http://www.myspace.com/oxeaglelionman
Hailing from Detroit, Walls of Jericho released their highly anticipated 4th CD for Trustkill Records on July 29, 2008. Produced by Ben Schigel (Chimaira/Ringworm), The American Dream follows the mesh of metallic venom and concrete fury of hardcore/punk that the band is known for, 12 solid tracks of highly anticipated hard beating poetic thunder people have come to expect from the band. “Working on the new CD ended up being a really wonderful experience. We worked really well together, collaborated better than ever, and had a great time.
The Hall Brothers are: Nick Hall - Vocals, guitars
Duncan Hall - Vocals, guitars Usually joined by: John Carey - Violin, melodeon, etc. They also play rock shows as The Hall Brothers Band, with either Chris Bunyan or Nic Shipp on drums. Yorkshire-born brothers Nick and Duncan Hall have played music together for as long as they can remember. They first performed as The Hall Brothers in 1991. Since then they have played concerts and festivals throughout the UK and in Ireland and Holland.