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The band members included Gary Stringer on vocals, Kenwyn House on guitar, Jack Bessant on bass and Dominic Greensmith on drums. Their second album, Glow, is ranked at number 26 in Kerrang!'s "100 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die" list.

Although most members of Reef have West Country connections, it wasn't until the four members met in London that the band was formed.

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Ellie Campbell

Ellie Campbell is a British singer who released four singles and an album in the late 1990s. Initially touted as the 'next big thing' after winning a GMTV contest to find a singer, Campbell released "Sweet Lies" in 1998, which reached #42 in the UK Singles Chart, "So Many Ways", which ended up being her biggest hit, reaching #26 in August 1999, and "Don't Want You Back", which made #50. "You're No Good" was also released as a single in Australia following her minor success with 'Don't Want You Back" (#44) .

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The Honest Johns

The Honest Johns all grew up in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, but they never met until they all went to the same High School. Exams over, they toured and recorded extensively yet, unbelievably, released nothing save for an EP in 1986 called Tell Me About Your Childhood. Even now, demand remains high for this rare vinyl release featuring the classic Grandfather Of Gold. The band split in the early 90s leaving the vast majority of their recordings unheard. That, could easily have been that.

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Elaine Delmar

Born in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, England, Elaine was raised in
a musical environment in North London. Her father, Jamaican-
born trumpeter Leslie 'Jiver' Hutchinson and mother, Phyllis,
came to Britain in the mid-30's and Leslie became a much-loved
musical influence in the 40's and 50' as a jazz soloist and
band leader. Elaine was undoubtedly influenced by her musical
surroundings and remembers warmly a household bustling with

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Ali Whitton

Ali Whitton is a 27 year old singer songwriter. Ali has released two albums and recently one EP. His newest release was the iTunes / digital EP entitled "Ghosts (that Are Not Ghosts)" in June 2010. Ali worked hard in the last seven years but has always been overlooked by the lucky break that could push him into the consciousness of the indie masses. Feeling a little trampled on by the modern world, he plans a retreat and some time away from music. In September 2010 he is returning to his birthplace of New Zealand to find perspective and breathe fresher air.

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Steve Ashley

Steve Ashley is a unique performer whose voice can convey great power and great tenderness. He has performed since the 1960's, when he was popular in the folk clubs of West London, and his style might be described as folk-influenced social commentary. He is one of the great treasures of English music.

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Jon Richardson

Jon Joel Richardson (born September 26, 1982, Lancaster, Lancashire, UK) is a Swindon-based British comedian. He co-hosted a Sunday morning radio show on BBC 6 Music with fellow comedian Russell Howard, but is now presenting the show himself since Russell left. He was nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2007 if.comedy awards for his first full-length solo show 'Spatula Pad' which he performed at the Pleasance Courtyard.

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In June 1978 Anthony Meynell was a songwriter/guitarist with a fistful of sharp '60s inspired pop songs but no band to perform them with. SQUIRE were already an establihed local group performing mainly covers and consisting of Enzo Esposito (bass/vocals), Steve Baker(guitar), and Ross Di'Landa (drums). Meynell talked Esposito into letting him join the band and thus squeezed into Squire line up on lead guitar just in time for their prestigious support at the Guildford Civic Hall to those other local boys, The Jam.

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