Band may refer to:
Other articles related to "band, bands":
... The 4-metre (70 MHz) band is an amateur radio frequency band in the lower Very High Frequency (VHF) spectrum ... The 4-metre band has a unique character and because very few countries have an allocation there, very little dedicated commercial amateur equipment is available ... Therefore most amateurs active on the band are interested in home construction or modification of private mobile radio (PMR) equipment ...
... He first auditioned for the band at Rory Storm's Morgue Skiffle Club, playing "Guitar Boogie Shuffle" (by Bert Weedon) in March 1958 ... Lennon felt that Harrison, then 14, was too young to join the band ... Harrison was 15, Lennon and the others had accepted him as one of the band ...
... The band was formed in 1994 and has gone through various line-ups ... part of the Russian MTV-Party, held on Red Square in Moscow, along with Russian bands "Gorky Park" and "IFK" and U.S ... band Red Hot Chili Peppers ...
... and also garnered favorable reviews especially in Germany, where the band's often aggressive political comment was seen as a throwback to the earlier days of post-punk ... The band's subsequent release The Great Republic was released in 2005, and distributed by Cargo Records (Germany) In addition to the ardently leftist 'anti-art' and 'art as subversion' political ... The band's 2006 album release Where's Our Piece of the Groovy World, and 2007 effort Voodoo Science were entry candidates (Best Electronic/Dance Album) for the 50th and 51st GRAMMY Awards ...
... Center for Volunteerism and Social Action Stellar Sportsmanship Choral groups Concert band Dance Drama Environmental Club Film Fraternities Sororities Graduate Professional Student Association (GPSA) Jazz band ...
Famous quotes containing the word band:
“Firm, united, let us be,
Rallying round our Liberty;
As a band of brothers joined,
Peace and safety we shall find.”
—Joseph Hopkinson (17701842)
“There was a young lady called Gloria
Who was had by Sir Gerald Du Maurier
And then by six men
And Sir Gerald again
And the band of the Waldorf-Astoria.”
“What passes for identity in America is a series of myths about ones heroic ancestors. Its astounding to me, for example, that so many people really seem to believe that the country was founded by a band of heroes who wanted to be free. That happens not to be true. What happened was that some people left Europe because they couldnt stay there any longer and had to go someplace else to make it. They were hungry, they were poor, they were convicts.”
—James Baldwin (19241987)