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Lukas Graham is a Danish pop band consisting of vocalist Lukas Graham Forchhammer (born September 18, 1988), drummer Mark "Lovestick" Falgren (born November 28, 1988), bassist Magnus Larsson (born September 9, 1990) and keyboardist Kasper Daugaard (born June 14, 1989). Launching their debut album in 2012 on Copenhagen Records, Lukas Graham quickly became a popular live act in Denmark. That success translated to the rest of Europe and caught the attention of Warner Bros. Records who co-signed them in 2013. The band’s music was first introduced worldwide with the release of their two singles "Mama Said" and "7 Years", the...
Graham John Clifton Bond (28 October 1937 in Romford, East London, England – 8 May 1974 at Finsbury Park station, Finsbury Park, North London, England) was an English musician, considered a founding father of the English rhythm and blues boom of the 1960s. Along with John Mayall and Alexis Korner, Bond was one of the great catalytic figures of '60s rock in Britain. Technologically and musically, Bond was an innovator, perhaps the first British musician to use the Hammond organ and Leslie speaker combination (in an R&B context), the first to "split" the instrument for portability, the first to build...
Katerina "Kat" Alexandre Graham (born September 5, 1989) is an American actress, singer, dancer, and model. She has appeared in numerous television shows and film productions, as well as music videos. In 2009, she began appearing in a supporting role as Bonnie Bennett in The CW television network show, The Vampire Diaries. Graham was born in Geneva, Switzerland and raised in Los Angeles, California. Her father, Joseph, is Liberian and her mother, Natasha, is Jewish (of half Russian and half Polish ancestry). Graham was born in Geneva, while her father was working as a journalist for the United Nations. Graham's...
Graham Coxon (born 12 March 1969), best known for his time in Blur (which he left in 2002 and re-united with in 2009), is a singer-guitarist whose sound is based in lo-fi and garage rock His first solo album,'The Sky is Too High', was released in 1998 and has a very muted, uncommercial sound. 'TSITH' was followed by 'The Golden D' which features two covers of the band Mission Of Burma. The next album to come was 'Crow Sit On Blood Tree', which has some of his most ethereal tracks to date on, and is very lo-fi. Fourth album 'The...
Graham Central Station was a funk band named after founder Larry Graham(formerly of Sly and the Family Stone) and Grand Central Station in New York City. The band's origins date from when Santana guitarist Neal Schon formed the band Azteca along with Larry Graham (bass guitar) and Gregg Errico (drums), both from Sly and the Family Stone, and Peter Sears (keyboards), from Hot Tuna and Jefferson Starship. Santana bass guitar player Tom Rutley would move into to the bass spot with Azteca. That band, like Santana with heavy Latin influences, would eventually morph into Graham Central Station, while Schon would...
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The Chain
Another Brick In The Wall (Tribute version originally performed by Pink Floyd)
Paint It Black (From "Full Metal Jacket")
Lucky Lips
Hey Louise
Stand By Me
Heart of Gold
That Lady
Annie's Song
Hungry Heart
Uptown Girl
Danger Zone
Proud Mary
Lovely Day
She's Not There
No Scrubs
Summer Breeze
Help Me Rhonda
Everyday People
Freedom '90!
It's Your Thing
Summer of '69
Black Is Black
Johnny B. Goode
Doctor My Eyes
Paint It Black
Follow Me
Brown Eyed Girl
Sweet Caroline
Mr. Blue Sky
Livin' Thing
Mrs. Robinson
All Right Now
Queen of Hearts
Brown Sugar
I Want You
Driver's Seat
Dancing Machine
Save Tonight
Wicked Game