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Rogue Wave is an alternative rock band from Oakland, California, formed in 2002. They are headed by Zach Schwartz (aka Zach Rogue), who created the band after losing his job in the dot-com bust. Their first album was Out of the Shadow which was written, recorded and produced entirely by Zach Rogue (except the drums) - released privately in 2003 and finally re-released in 2004 on Subpop. In the autumn of 2004 they went on a national tour of the US, which lasted two years. They have been compared in the music press to The Shins. Their second album, Descended...
Austin, Texas-based duo The Wind and The Wave are Dwight Baker and Patricia Lynn. (Dwight is “The Wind” and Patty is “The Wave.”) The two met in 2009 when Dwight, a touring musician turned songwriter and producer, who’s worked with such artists as Bob Schneider and Brandi Carlile, was urged by his wife to actually leave his studio (“I’m kind of a hermit,” he says) and go see a friend’s band. Patty’s previous band was opening the show. The album "From the Wreckage" glows with a rootsy golden tone that encompasses everything from indie-folk, to alt-country, to blues-rock to Southern...
Het idee voor ‘New Wave’ komt van platenlabel Top Notch en is mede mogelijk gemaakt door de Buma Music Academy. Buma Music Academy is een initiatief van Buma Cultuur om de muziekles weer terug op de middelbare school te brengen in een boeiende en eigentijdse vorm. De eerste twee weken van februari werd Schiermonnikoog overspoeld door een nieuwe generatie hiphopartiesten. In deze ‘snelkookpan’ is keihard gewerkt, zijn bijzondere combinaties ontstaan en is een veelheid aan uiteenlopende tracks gemaakt: van straatraps tot potentiële pophits. Of zoals De Correspondent hun reportage kopte: ‘Let maar op: de volgende hiphopsensatie komt van Schiermonnikoog’. .
There is more than one artist(s) using the moniker Heatwave: Heatwave was an international funk/disco musical band featuring Americans Johnnie Wilder, Jr. and Keith Wilder (vocals) of Dayton, Ohio, Englishman Rod Temperton (keyboards), Swiss Mario Mantese (bass), Czechoslovakian Ernest "Bilbo" Berger (drums), Jamaican Eric Johns (guitar) and Londoner Roy Carter, (guitar). They were known for their successful songs "Boogie Nights" and "Always and Forever" (from their 1976 debut album, Too Hot to Handle), and "The Groove Line" (from their 1978 follow-up album, Central Heating). Founder member Johnnie Wilder was an American serviceman based in West Germany when he first began...
Garage Rock from MI, United States. Releases the period of 1966-1967 Bill Long (guitar), Rick Jackson, John Wearing, Tom Wearing, Denny Mills (bass), Mark Karpinski, Bob Slap (bass) .
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The Cliffs of Moher
The Valley Street Jig