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... Richard Clare and guitarist Ian Paddington wanted to create a band that played their favourite genre of music at the time, Ska ... The band convinced their friend Mike SLader to play drums and recruited in Clare's brother Andy to play bass ... The lineup was almost complete, when brass band friend Sam Lane offered his services as a trombonist ...
... On 9 October 2009, the band released their first full-length album, Cancer, which was recorded between June–September 2009 at Adelaide's Sound House Studio ... The album earned the band Blunt Magazine's Album of the Year award ... Following the release of Cancer, the band headlined their first Australian headlining tour in October–November 2009, with many local Australian metalcore and ...
... On December 7, 1991, the band played a concert at Christmas Rock Night in Ennepetal, Germany ... Jon Willis played bass on this occasion ... Over the next few months the band played some festivals and concerts around the UK, Holland and Germany ...
... Liberty) Read My Lips (Liberty) Can You Deal With It (Liberty - John Taylor Played On Solo Tour) Downtown (Liberty) Drowning Man (The Wedding Album - John Taylor Played On ... Duran Duran have played more Power Station songs live (Get it On Some Like it Hot) and more often than Election Day which had more members perform on it ... Prior to 2003, the band had never played Wild Boys with all five original members live ...
... And the Band Played On is a 1993 American television film docudrama directed by Roger Spottiswoode ... on the best-selling 1987 non-fiction book And the Band Played On Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic by Randy Shilts ...
Famous quotes containing the words played and/or band:
“High on a throne of his own labors reared.
At his right hand our young Ascanius sate,
Romes other hope and pillar of the state.
His brows thick fogs, instead of glories, grace,
And lambent dullness played around his face.”
—John Dryden (16311700)
“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.”