Band Members

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Music Video - History and Development - 1967–1973: Promotional Clips Grow in Importance
... produced by UK artists so they could be screened on TV when the bands were not available to appear live ... Their plot clip for Happy Jack (1966) shows the band acting like a gang of thieves ... tells a story of how drummer Keith Moon came to join the group One fine day, the other three band members are having tea inside what looks like an abandoned ...
Hothouse Flowers - Career
... by singer Maria Doyle Kennedy during a brain-storming by band-members and friends in the Trinity College Arts Block cafe) and began writing songs and performing throughout Ireland ... Stone magazine called them "the best unsigned band in Europe" ... In 1986 Bono from the band U2, saw the Flowers performing on television and offered his support ...
Gravity Kills - History - Superstarved, Doug Firley's Injury and Split-up (2002–2003)
... bones in his right ring finger during the band's performance of their single "One Thing" ... The band returned home to St ... On January 4, 2003, the band officially broke up, a statement posted on the site reads as follows “ Your assumptions are true ...
Ted Weems - Biography
... While still in school at Lincoln, Weems organized a band there, initially providing some instruments himself ... His teacher offered young Ted and his band a penny each if they would play when the alarm sounded for fire drills ... Weems kept the monies of the band and in turn charged each band member a penny for membership ...

Famous quotes containing the words members and/or band:

    ... the theatre demanded of its members stamina, good digestion, the ability to adjust, and a strong sense of humor. There was no discomfort an actor didn’t learn to endure. To survive, we had to be horses and we were.
    Helen Hayes (1900–1993)

    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)