The Oracle is a narrative, epic, progressive atmospheric metal band with black/ambient undertones, from Georgetown, Ontario. Formed in early 2006, as a Progressive rock/metal outfit, the Oracle has evolved and explored many genres through its brief career, ranging from progressive, expressionist, neo-romantic, ambient and electronic soundscapes to brutal death and black metal atmospheres. The full-length conceptual album, Tragedy in Twilight: The Apotheosis of the Mad, was fully recorded at Limehouse Sound Studios.
There is more than one artists/albums with this name. 1) Mondo Cane are a band from Halifax, UK. They are sorry if anyone confuses them with a Mike Patton album of the same name. 2) Mondo Cane was a Dutch rock band. They released a self-titled album in 1986. 3) Mondo Cane was a rock band from USA, formed by Lanny Cordola. 4) Mondo Cane is another Mike Patton project, credited to Mike Patton and should be tagged accordingly.
Joshua Winslow Groban (born in Los Angeles, CA , on February 27, 1981) is an American singer known for his mature, dusky baritone voice. His musical style ranges from classical to pop. After only one year in the theatre department at Carnegie Mellon University, his choice school, Groban left when he was offered a recording contract at Warner Bros. Records through David Foster's own 143 Records imprint.
Jimmy Somerville (b. June 22, 1961) is a scottish pop singer. Was a star in the 80's with Bronski Beat and The Communards as well as while working solo. Born and raised in Glasgow with his signature falsetto singing style, he happens to also be a left-wing human rights activist. He went solo when the Communards split up in 1988.
Anna Vissi (Greek: ÃŽâ€ ννα ΒÃŽÂ¯σση; born December 20, 1957) is a Cypriot-Greek singer, famous mainly in Greece and her home country Cyprus; with notable international success within the European Community, the United States and elsewhere. Since 1995, she has gone 28x platinum in Greece and in 2005, she also enjoyed success in the US, claiming the number one position on the Billboard Dance Charts with "Call Me". Childhood & Origins
There are at least two artists named John Stevens: 1) John William Stevens (10 June 1940 in Brentford, Middlesex - 13 September 1994 in Ealing, West London) was an English drummer. He was one of the most significant figures in early free improvisation, and a founding member of the Spontaneous Music Ensemble (SME). Stevens was born in Brentford, the son of a tap dancer. He used to listen to jazz as a child, but was initially more interested in drawing and painting (mediums through which he expressed himself throughout his life).
: are a 3-piece rock outfit who take their music seriously. Together since mid-2004, this time has seen them record a 4-track ep; storm the famed ICC studios in Eastbourne to record their debut album carve (Pssst in just 6 days!); gig relentlessly up and down Ireland; perform various on-air acoustic sessions and are currently working on material for album ..2!!! Its been a crazy ride for the lads, who won Sonya Macs 2005 Locally Grown competition gaining valuable airtime on N.Irelands biggest station Cool FM with their rock anthem Sorry.
Eric Chenaux's songs wind up in all kinds of places and shape-shift from tender jazz standards to bossa to fried folk to meaninglessly romantic balladry. Sometimes these same songs are re-baked as modal tunes for guitar, banjo, drums, swinging speakers and wah-wah pedals (as they appear on Dull Lights) and become near-covers of themselves. In the 1980’s and 1990’s Chenaux played rhythmically demented half-riffs with hoary post-punk band Phleg Camp and later wrote songs with the guitar duo Lifelikeweeds.
Shrinking Violets were a band from Sydney, Australia, active from 1987 to 1991. Influenced by 60s psychedelic pop and 80s jangle, they recorded for Phantom Records. Members * Marcus Clement: Vocals, Guitar
* Julian Knowles: Guitars, Vocals, Keyboards (see Even as We Speak, Big Heavy Stuff)
* Barry 'Fuzz' Hayes: Bass, Vocals
* Andrew Clement: Drums (See Other Voices) Discography * 7" Vinyl Single (Purple Vinyl): Everything b/w She Said - Phantom Records 1988
* 12" Vinyl Album (Yellow Vinyl): Mask - Phantom Records 1989