Ninetynine is an indie band based in Melbourne, Australia. The band was founded by Laura Macfarlane, who played drums in Sleater-Kinney, in 1996 as a solo project. The first album, 99, was recorded with her playing all the instruments. Not long after she assembled a band with Cameron Potts and Rhonda Simmonds - who has since left the group and now plays in Origami. Other former members of the band are Iain McIntyre (who played with Laura in several earlier bands) and Amy Clarke (formerly of The Vivian Girls). Meg Butler joined in 2006.
Mondo Rock were an 80s institution in popular Australian rock, a big draw on the live circuit who charted numerous hits. The band was formed in late 1976 by frontman Ross Wilson and went through various line-up changes to start with. They reform from time to time to play (including in April 2007). The most famous line-up consisted of prolific songwriters Ross Wilson (ex Daddy Cool) and guitarist Eric McCusker (who luckily pestered Wilson to let him join, doing three auditions, after the initial outing of Mondo Rock had lost momentum) as well as Paul Christie on bass (ex-Kevin Borich Express...
Moon safari started as a figment of our imagination in the late twentieth century. Realised in 2003, we are now casting our first progressive pie of epic proportions,
(For the grindcore band, see Le Scrawl. For the DJ, see DJ Scrawl.) Scrawl were a band from Columbus, Ohio. The founding members were Marcy Mays (vocals and guitar), Sue Harshe (bass guitar), and Carolyn O'Leary (drums). Their first show, in the summer of 1985, was a 20-minute opening spot for the Meat Puppets. Their first album, Plus, Also, Too, was released in 1987 on the No Other record label. Drummer Carolyn O' Leary left the group in May 1992, and was replaced by Dana Marshall.
Tony Benn, veteran left wing British Politician and speech maker. Musical collaboration sees him becoming an outstanding MC
Nearly Dan are a tribute/cover band for the 70s alternative rock band Steely Dan. The band was formed in 1997 from musicians living in Stoke-On-Trent in North England and have recently celebrated their 10th year of playing as Nearly Dan. The band advertise that they are able to play near note-perfect covers of Steely Dan records from across the entire discography of the band, including some solo work from Steely Dan frontman Donald Fagen. Such is their popularity amongst music fans that they have played many venues big and small, both nationally and internationally.
Singer/Songwriter for fans of Sara Bareilles, Sarah McLachlan, Bonnie Raitt & Missy Higgins. New single Jealous Of The Angels out now! Critically acclaimed U.S. singer songwriter Jenn Bostic whose “Jealous of the Angels” is a favorite of many UK DJ’s and has featured on BBC 1 morning news and released her third album, Jealous, in the U.K. in December 2012. The YouTube views for the song, produced by Barrett Yeretsian, who created the hit "Jar of Hearts" for Christina Perri, have already exceeded over one million views.
24 Grana are one of the most special and original realities of the italian music movement. Great lyrics and a really good sound make their music so good. Their are all from Naples, in the south of Italy, and they have made the choice to sing in Neapolitan dialect in almost all their songs.
John Charles Waite, born on July 4, 1955, in Lancaster, Lancashire, England, is a rock singer. Waite has been a solo artist for most of his career but was first known as lead singer of The Babys a group which had moderate chart success but enjoyed a solid following for their concert tours. Shortly after the release of the Babys' fifth album "On the Edge" in October 1980 the group broke up. Waite launched his solo career with his 1982 album titled Ignition, which produced the hit single "Change" written by Holly Knight and included on the Vision Quest soundtrack.