Band Called

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Dryve - History - Post Break Up
... Paul Donovan is singing and playing guitar in a San Diego band called The Midwinters ... In 2001 Keith got involved with a band in Los Angeles called 'Parlour' (later to be changed to Marjorie Fair) who quickly got courted and signed by Capitol Records ... the business end of things grew very shady and unethical so Keith left the band ...
Mark Del Castillo
... Training, and Applied Guitar and played in University Latin/Jazz band ... In 1991, Mark started to play with a cover band called Kickstart as a guitarist and spent over three years with them ... Mark and several his student friends came together to play as a band called Vivid ...
Blood From The Soul - Other Projects
... joining Napalm Death, Embury played drums in a death metal band called Warhammer with Mitch Dickinson ... The band released one demo in 1985 called Abattoir of Death ... demo at Rich Bitch Studios in Birmingham called Shredded Flesh ...
Stonelake - History
... Jan played guitar in a band called Ravage and Peter was a singer in a band called Whitelight ... Purple, Led Zeppelin and Bad Company, but later on, "newer" bands (English and American) such as Whitesnake, Van Halen, Journey, Toto, Riot, Wrabit and Dokken ... The band did many gigs and demos, in hope of getting a proper record deal, but no such offer was ever made ...
Lee Morris (musician)
... Lee joined his first High School covers band, playing the top 40 songs at the time, but the band never played outside the school walls ... Lee joined his first rock covers band called Wyzed in the early 80s and got to enjoy playing rock regularly at various halls, pubs and clubs throughout the English Midlands ... In order to try to achieve that, he would need to be part of an original band ...

Famous quotes containing the words called and/or band:

    No human being is innocent, but there is a class of innocent human actions called Games.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)

    Nothing makes a man feel older than to hear a band coming up the street and not to have the impulse to rush downstairs and out on to the sidewalk.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)