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Reading, Pennsylvania

24, 2011, Mucky Pup performed on the first day of the three day East Coast Tsunami Fest in Reading, Pennsylvania where they shared the stage with several bands such as Skarhead, Murphy's Law and Leftöver Crack. The band returned to Mexicali Live on November 25, 2011 as an opening act for Hodge Podge, a band featuring John Connor of Dog Eat Dog, Nelson Decastro and Eric VanSteenbergh within its lineup. 29 08 2003 align left Sovereign Center, Reading, Pennsylvania


Montgomery, Alabama

States Navy and served in the Second World War (World War II). After being discharged, he decided to take up singing professionally, with a band featuring guitarist Jim Bobo. Settling in Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama), Alabama, Mizell sang on local radio, where one of the presenters nicknamed him 'Hank', after the country (country music) singer Hank Williams. Mizell recorded "Jungle Rock"


Coventry

from Coventry's (Coventry) Lanchester Polytechnic (Coventry University) (now Coventry University) in 1989. He gained a 2.1 in Communication Studies. During his time there he played rhythm guitar with the critically acclaimed pop punk band Cradle Song (AKA The Vendetta Men). He'd previously spent some time in The Strike It Out Gang and A-Bomb, an influential punk band featuring experimental guitarist Mick Corney. He started his career working in local government in the Kent County Council


Dayton, Ohio

Carroll High School). Development of Alter High School was led by Reverend Paul F. Leibold, and, at the request of the people, the school was named after Archbishop Karl Alter. Archbishop Karl Alter was born on August 18, 1885 and died on August 23, 1977. '''Heatwave''' was an international funk disco musical band featuring Americans (United States) Johnnie Wilder, Jr. and Keith Wilder (vocals) of Dayton, Ohio, Englishman (England) Rod Temperton ( Keyboard


Madison, Wisconsin

the funky drummer from continuing his over 20 years of playing music in downtown Madison near the capitol. He played every Monday night with his Madison band, The Clyde Stubblefield Band, featuring his long time friend and keyboard organ player Steve "Doc" Scaggs, along with soulful vocalists Charlie Brooks, and Kari Daley, as well as a powerful five-piece horn section and supporting band. He also plays funk festivals with Bootsy Collins


Toronto

; the voice of Melvin is portrayed by Wayne Robson while Cookie is voiced by Jayne Eastwood. Their first appearance was in season 1 of episode 11 "'''the Discomfort of strangers'''" Bachman-Cummings Cummings plays occasional shows with Randy Bachman as The Bachman-Cummings Band, featuring The Carpet Frogs, a band from Toronto and makes occasional appearances at various Canadian casinos as a solo performer. The Bachman-Cummings Band have released a compilation album

Christian rock groups, that the band members played in. In November 2006, Daniel Band was featured as the opening group for Audio Adrenaline's farewell tour concert in Toronto, along with Geoff Moore. Earlier in the year, there were two appearances in Sarnia, including an August festival that also saw a reunion of a local (Arkona, Ontario) group named ''Elim Hall'', who were contemporaries of Daniel Band in the mid-1980s, and Glenn Kaiser Band (Glenn Kaiser) (featuring two

was a snowboarding instructor before joining Avril (Avril Lavigne)'s band. He is the manager of Toronto-based band Organ Thieves which features former Sum 41 guitarist Dave Baksh. He recorded and played live drums for The Operation M.D., a garage rock band featuring Cone McCaslin of Sum 41. right thumb 300px The World's Biggest Bookstore (Image:World's Biggest Bookstore.JPG) The '''World's Biggest Bookstore''' is a bookstore located in Toronto


Baltimore

and relocated to Boston after the break-up of Fiction Bridge, formerly Hour House (no known recorded output under this name) and Clever Lines. Fiction Bridge self-released a self-titled 4 song EP and Clever Lines released a single track on the Frantic Records compilation 8 Essential Attitudes which also featured exhibit A, a band featuring SONiA of Disappear Fear (Disappear fear). Additional members of Fiction Bridge include vocalist Ed Neenan, who now performs under the name e.joseph, keyboardist Paul Hond, now a novelist and drummer Dave Buckner. thumb USS ''Forrestal'' (left) and Commons:Category:Baltimore (Image:Saratoga.jpg) WikiPedia:Baltimore Dmoz:Regional North America United States Maryland Localities B Baltimore


Czechoslovakia

Orchestra from 1977 to 1983. After a dispute with the DDR Politburo, Herbig left East Germany and emigrated to the United States. '''Heatwave''' was an international funk disco musical band featuring Americans (United States) Johnnie Wilder, Jr. and Keith Wilder (vocals) of Dayton, Ohio, Englishman (England) Rod Temperton (keyboards (Keyboard instrument)), Swiss (Switzerland) Mario Mantese (bass), Czechoslovak (Czechoslovakia) Ernest "Bilbo"


Jamaica

; font • contribs (Special:Contributions Jayant412) 08:37, 27 April 2006 (UTC) Variations of player names for other countries do not appear to be as obvious, however there is a player in the West Indies (Caribbean) team called "R. Marley", a reference to Jamaican reggae musician Bob Marley. '''Heatwave''' was an international funk disco musical band featuring Americans (United States) Johnnie Wilder, Jr. and Keith Wilder


Boston

Hull Hull , Grimsby - Change at Sheffield *Grantham, Skegness, Boston, Lincoln Central (Lincoln, Lincolnshire) - Change at Nottingham *Mansfield - Change at Nottingham The early years The original lineup of the band featuring Ron Ragona, Dave Karchich, John Powers, Justin Frazier, and Joseph Busch was short lived due to Ragona moving to Boston, in order to play guitar for Skavoovie and the Epitones. After six months in Boston, Ragona returned to Connecticut

following amongst the New Haven ska scene. The band would also contribute studio and live songs for several ska compilations over the next few years. The early years The original lineup of the band featuring Ron Ragona, Dave Karchich, John Powers, Justin Frazier, and Joseph Busch was short lived due to Ragona moving to Boston, in order to play guitar for Skavoovie and the Epitones. After six months in Boston, Ragona returned to Connecticut and reformed Spring Heeled Jack


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