There are seven bands with the same name:
1. Japanese J-Pop group "Sphere"
2. Norwegian Modern Metal band "Sphere"
3. Polish Death Metal band "Sphere"
4. An American Jazz Quartet "Sphere"
5. Czech Metalcore band "Sphere"
6. A female trip-hop singer
7. A Japanese shoegaze band 1. Sphere (スフィア) is a Japanese pop idol unit formed by four voice actresses affiliated with Music Ray'n. The group made their major debut in April 2009 under Lantis with the single "Future Stream" which was used as the opening theme for the anime Hatsukoi Limited.
There are seven bands with the same name:
1) KI comprises of Kelli-Leigh the vocalist and Izzy B the creative producer, DJ and Trumpet Player. Kelli with an extreme beautiful strength and power in her voice, with the gift to be soft and passionate, and Izzy with his Cuban style trumpet playing and love for world music, brings
together an eclectic mix of influences and sounds expressing life.
London based KI have their audience's dancing and chilling, relaxing and grooving all in the same sessions! KI are promoting their independently released debut 14 track album 'Before We Breathe'.
Soho is a pop trio from England, consisting of the sisters, Jacqueline (Jacqui) Soho and Pauline Soho, with Timothy London. Other members of the group over the years have been Dukie D (original programmer and electro-visionary), Liam Gillick (now a well known artist - Liam added live bites from vinyl at early gigs), Eds Chesters (now of The Bluetones), Leigh Gorman (ex Bow Wow Wow) and Barry Smith (of art school pranksters Add N To X). Also, for a while, Bob and Henry Morris who previously played with the trio when they were known as Groovalax.
There is more than on act named Truce: 1) TRUCE has rocked the northwest music scene since 2003, gathering fans at an exponential rate with their overwhelming instrumentals and powerful lyrical expression. Whether they are questioning the world, examining the complexities of love or emoting personal struggle ? it?s always been about the music. This band exists with a powerful shared vision: to create a sound that reflects the honesty and experience of youth. Music that asks questions. music that embraces faith and pushes it away.
Kevin Hart (born July 6, 1978) is an American actor and comedian. Hart was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of George Washington High School, and attended Temple University for two years.
Achieving success in his local region, he quit his job as a shoe salesman and embarked on a career in comedy. His performances have led him to be in feature films, such as The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Soul Plane, Paper Soldiers, Scary Movie 3, Along Came Polly, Scary Movie 4, Death at a Funeral, Little Fockers, Not Easily Broken, and One Day in Jersey.
Glenn Lewis (born Glen Ricketts on March 13, 1975 in Toronto, Canada) is a soul singer and songwriter. Originally planning to pursue a career in animation as a teenager, Lewis instead decided to focus on music. His father was a member of the musical group Crack of Dawn. Lewis has cited Stevie Wonder as his biggest inspiration, and Glenn has often been compared to him because of their similarities in their tones. Glenn singing first garnered attention when he won a high-school talent contest by covering Wonder's "I Just Called to Say I Love You".
One of the pioneering DJ's of dubstep, 22 years young Chefal aka Chef, hailing from the home of the genre, Croydon, South London has been mixing for 12 years. Now he's a resident at the two pioneering dubstep nights in London, DMZ and FWD. Chefal is also a resident at club nights outside of the UK including Slam It! which is a bi-monthly event in Helsinki, Finland and also Voodoo People in Amsterdam, Holland.
The Coup is a political hip hop group based in Oakland, California. It formed as a three-member group in 1992 with rappers (Raymond) Boots Riley and E-Roc along with DJ Pam the Funkstress. E-Roc left on amicable terms after the group's second album, but appears on the track "Breathing Apparatus" on The Coup's third album, Steal This Album. The group is now a duo. The Coup, part of the sub-genre of political hip hop, is politically radical and Marxist in their music, and align themselves with other radical hip-hop groups like dead prez.
Japanese psychedelic trio from 1996. Mitani Masashi, Miyake Jirou and Asahito Nanjo (High Rise).
The Blackbyrds was a rhythm and blues and jazz-funk fusion group, formed in Washington, D.C. in 1973. The group was led by trumpeter Donald Byrd and featured some of his Howard University students: Kevin Toney (keyboards), Keith Killgo (vocals, drums), Joe Hall (bass guitar), Allan Barnes (saxophone, clarinet), and Barney Perry (guitar). Orville Saunders (guitar), and Jay Jones (flute, saxophone) were later members of the group. They signed to Fantasy Records in 1973. They are best known for their 1975 hit "Walking in Rhythm", which received a Grammy nomination.