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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


Switzerland

without a girlfriend? Homeless!’ Cool was seen wearing a similar mask while pranking supporting band "The Bravery" during a concert at Times Union Center in Albany, NY. *'''Captain Underpants''': He is believed to be Reto Peter, a Swiss (Switzerland) producer. This is supported by an obviously faked press conference commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


Seattle

charts in November 1976, making it Lightfoot's second most successful (in terms of chart position) single, with "Sundown (Sundown (Gordon Lightfoot song))" having reached number one in 1974. Another of this period's most influential and popular rock bands, Heart (Heart (band)), resulted from the collaboration of two sisters from Seattle with a supporting band from Vancouver. Kelly, Maura


Toronto

, bassist Terry Wilkins, and drummer Al Cross, though the three musicians had already played together for several years as an informal jam band with members of the Bourbon Tabernacle Choir, and as a supporting band for Molly Johnson's jazz performances. After Molly Johnson returned to rock music with Infidels (Infidels (band)), she helped her former bandmates to secure a record deal; their eponymous debut album (Big Sugar (album)) was released in 1991 on Hypnotic Records


Greece

as a supporting band) and Japan. Both ''Epica'' and the band's seventh effort, ''The Black Halo'', which was released in 2005, are based on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's version of the legend of ''Faust (Goethe's Faust)'', a man who sells his soul to the devil. To support the new album, the band went on tour through Europe and Japan. During the first leg of the "Black


Berlin

moved to the Irish capital of Dublin to study songwriting at Ballyfermot Rock School. It was here that she met fellow band member Aoife O'Sullivan. During that time she kept on playing in small clubs or pubs as well as on major festivals. She moved to Germany in 2005. Prolonging her Germany trip she met her management Karakter Worldwide and other musicians and formed a new supporting band, including brothers Christian and Michael Vinne. After first tourings Berlin, London


Mexico

November 13, 2010 and in Europe with Die Apokalyptischen Reiter from March through April 2011. Their England tour came with Crimfall as the supporting

band, as well as other local supporting bands. '''Gaspar Henaine Pérez''' (January 6, 1926 – September 30, 2011) was a Mexican (Mexico) comic (comedy) actor and singer, who became famous when he partnered with Marco Antonio Campos as the comedy team '''Viruta y Capulina'''. Together, they were very successful in film


Netherlands

album) Karma ''. Their sixth album, ''Epica (Epica (album))'', was released in 2003. To support the ''Epica (Epica (album))'' album, the band went on tour through Europe (with At Vance as a supporting band) and Japan. Both ''Epica'' and the band's seventh effort, ''The Black Halo'', which was released in 2005, are based on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's version of the legend of ''Faust (Goethe's Faust)'',


Italy

, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Greece and Spain, during which the recordings for Kamelot's first live album ''The Expedition'' were made. A few months later, the band presented their fifth album, ''Karma (Karma (Kamelot album))''. Their sixth album, ''Epica (Epica (album))'', was released in 2003. To support the ''Epica (Epica (album))'' album, the band went on tour through Europe (with At Vance as a supporting band) and Japan


Germany

) Karma ''. Their sixth album, ''Epica (Epica (album))'', was released in 2003. To support the ''Epica (Epica (album))'' album, the band went on tour through Europe (with At Vance as a supporting band) and Japan. Both ''Epica'' and the band's seventh effort, ''The Black Halo'', which was released in 2005, are based on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's version of the legend of ''Faust (Goethe's Faust)'',


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