The Last Vegas is a Chicago based rock and roll band with members Nate Arling (drums), Adam Arling (guitars), Chad Cherry (lead vocals), John Wator (guitars), and Danny Smash (bass), originating from Rockford Illinois, Detroit, Grand Rapids Michigan, and Chicago. They deliver an explosion of urgent, relatable, ferocious rock drenched with exploding guitars and guerrilla warfare drumming, paying homage to the best of 70’s hard rock, while unapologetically mixing in the sleazy underbelly of punk rock.
Crowfoot weaves musical influences from England, Ireland, Quebec, and the Appalachian Mountains into a captivating fusion that delights dancers and listeners alike. Into this meeting ground of traditions, they incorporate their own distinctive original compositions and songs.
Having cut their teeth on the contra dance circuit, Crowfoot has gained a reputation for their trancelike grooves, subtle interplay, and unstoppable energy. For 3 years they have been playing for dances across the US and Canada, drawing a youthful following and foot-stomping praise wherever they go.
Sweet (referred to as The Sweet on albums before 1974 and singles before 1975) were a popular 1970s british band. Although Sweet were largely known for their glam rock image, and several hit singles — many of them being so-called teenage anthems — they also released several albums throughout a ten year career. The extent of Sweet's domination of the charts in Europe resulted in eight number one singles in Germany, with pop oriented tunes as "Co Co", "Little Willy", and "Wig Wam Bam".
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Kenny was the name used by Irish singer Tony Kenny who had two Top 40 hits in the UK in 1973 (Heart Of Stone and Give It To Me Now). 2) Kenny were a UK vocal/instrumental group who hit the UK charts during 1974/5. Their biggest hit, The Bump, featured vocals by Barry Palmer; other hits included Fancy Pants and Julie Anne. 3) Kenny is a german Rap-Crew from Hamburg/Germany which consist of Falk Hogan, Pat Cash and DJ Strip-Teaz. 4) Kenny is a Gaithersburg punk who makes solo music and also plays in the band TIIIMMMBBBEERRRRR
There are two groups that go by Baton Rouge: 1. Baton Rouge is 4/5ths of Daïtro. New LP released in 2011 called Fragments d'eux mêmes, out now on Purepainsuger and Bakery Outlet.
2. Baton Rouge was a melodic hard rock band with heavy blues overtones not that far removed from early Whitesnake and Tangier.
The band originally formed in Louisiana as Voices and consisted of Kelly Keeling (guitar and keyboards), Lance Bulen (vocals), Keith Harrison (bass) and Harold Knappenburger (drums).
Iggy Pop (born James Newell Osterberg, Jr.; April 21, 1947) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, and actor. Though widely known as an innovator and "godfather" of punk rock, Pop's music has encompassed a number of styles over the years, including pop, hard rock, jazz and blues. Pop became known as 'Iggy' in high school, during which time he served as drummer for local blues band The Iguanas.
Yngwie Johann Malmsteen (born Lars Johan Yngve Lannerb
Autograph was an American glam metal band from Los Angeles, California. Initially active from 1983 to 1989, the band was reformed by their founder Steve Plunkett in 2002 for a single album, and is now currently inactive. They're best known for their 1984 hit "Turn On The Radio", with a music video that was a regular staple on MTV. They formed in 1983 with vocalist/guitarist Steve Plunkett joining up with guitarist Steve Lynch, bassist Randy Rand, keyboard player Steven Isham, and drummer Keni Richards.
CRASHDÏET originally formed in Stockholm, Sweden in 2000. Rifts and troubles in the band caused a breakup not long after. In 2002, half of the band took on new members and the band was reformed. They slowly built up a fan base with their shows. In 2004 they released their first single. This was followed by more singles, and being featured in TV commercials for mobile phone service provider "Tre".
The Snake Corps came together in 1984 following the break-up of Sad Lovers & Giants (SL&G) the previous year.
Aiming for a harder-edged sound, core members Tristan Garel-Funk and Nigel Pollard advertised in the Melody Maker for the necessary musicians. After many auditions they settled on Marc Lewis and Liam McGuinness on vocals and bass respectively. This original incarnation set about establishing its own sound - recording demos of songs later to appear on the band