Vancouver's Headwater is one of the busiest acoustic roots bands on the West Coast. They are as equally at home playing festivals and soft-seaters as they are busking on the street before a nightclub gig. Headwater's music is characterized by adventurous slide-guitar solos, three part vocal harmonies. Their songs vary in mood, from the upbeat and quick "Freight Train" to the slower, meandering "Pleasure and the Rhyme". Headwater has recently released their latest CD: Lay You Down.
Stephen Bishop (born 14 November 1951 in San Diego, California) is an American singer and guitarist. He had a major hit in 1977 with the song "On and On"; his other hits include "Save It for a Rainy Day," "Everybody Needs Love," and "It Might Be You," the theme from the movie Tootsie. He has also performed many movie themes, including the theme from National Lampoon's Animal House, which he sang in a falsetto voice.
Sheffield, UK (2009 - 2010) Deutschmarks, a "band", consist of five individual members, occasionally going by the names below: "Nicholas Ridicholas/Nicky Digits" - vocals, guitar(s) "Aspect Ratio/Richio" or "The Dirty Furlong" - guitar(s) "Sweet Richard" - vocals, bits and bobs "Aggregate Scoreline" - keys, vocoder John "Goodness Gracious" Goodwin - drums They "started" in "August 2009" and "recorded" in "January 2010". "Cheers"
Jackie Mason (born Yacov Moshe Maza, in Sheboygan, Wisconsin) is an American stand-up comedian. He grew up in New York City (on the Lower East Side of Manhattan). Mason graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the City College of New York and, at the age of 25, was ordained, as his three brothers and father had been, a rabbi in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.Three years later he resigned to become a comedian.
Melo-D is DJ Melo-D of the Beat Junkies.
Warren Griffin III (born November 10, 1970 in Long Beach, California), better known simply as Warren G, is a Grammy award nominated American West Coast rapper, singer, DJ and producer signed to his own label, G-Funk Entertainment. In 1990, Warren G formed the group 213 with Nate Dogg and Snoop Dogg, and in 1994 he exploded onto the Long Beach rap scene with the smash single "Regulate," a duet with Nate Dogg, and its accompanying album, Regulate...G Funk Era.
Dominic Hunn (born on August 22, 1984 in Los Angeles, California), better known by his stage name Dom Kennedy, is a West Coast rapper from Leimert Park, Los Angeles, California. Since 2008, Kennedy has released 5 mixtapes, most notably his 2010 critically acclaimed mixtape From The Westside With Love DOM. KENNEDY graced the streets of Los Angeles in 2008 with the release of his debut project, entitled 25th Hour. The Leimert Park native made a name for himself by performing at various events and venues including the popular Sneaker Pimps Tour and the world famous House of Blues.
Maniac is known to be the name of six musical artists:
1. A new project of The Matches frontman Shawn Harris and Something With Numbers frontman Jake Grigg. Formed in 2009 under the name Maniac, they currently have a blog for posting song clips of their covers of the current Billboard Hot 100 number one single. They have so far covered "I Gotta Feeling" by the Black Eyed Peas and are set to release their debut album in 2010. Their debut album, Mania, can be previewed and purchased from their official website at http://maniacmania.com/
Del the Funky Homosapien is an alternative hip-hop artist. Del was born Teren Delvon Jones, August 12, 1972, in Oakland, California. Del was part of his cousin Ice Cube’s backing band Da Lench Mob and made his first solo album, I Wish My Brother George Was Here, with support from his cousin in 1991. Critics and fans had mixed opinions about the album, many feeling that Del’s and Cube’s styles weren't an ideal match.