Eithne Patricia Ní Bhraonáin (born May 17, 1961 in Gweedore, County Donegal, Ireland), known simply as Enya, is a Gram...

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{"key":"10674","name":"Enya","bio":"Eithne Patricia N\u00ed Bhraon\u00e1in (born May 17, 1961 in Gweedore, County Donegal, Ireland), known simply as Enya, is a Grammy award winning and Academy award nominated Irish singer, instrumentalist and composer. She began her musical career in 1980, when she briefly joined her family band Clannad, before leaving to pursue her solo career. Her album Watermark, which was released in 1988, propelled her to international recognition and she became known for her unique sound, which is characterized by voice-layering, folk melodies, synthesized backdrops and ethereal reverberations. Since then she has released a further nine albums, sold over 75 million albums worldwide and is known for performing in 10 different languages. Enya's vocal range is mezzo-soprano.Enya was born into a musical family. Her father, Leo Brennan, was the leader of the Slieve Foy Band, a popular Irish show band; her mother was an amateur musician. Most important to Enya's career were her siblings, who formed Clannad in 1976 with several of their uncles. Enya joined the band as a keyboardist in 1979, and contributed to several of the group's popular television soundtracks. In 1982, she left Clannad, claiming that she was uninterested in following the pop direction the group had begun to pursue. Within a few years she was commissioned, along with producer\/arranger Nicky Ryan and lyricist Roma Ryan, to provide the score for a BBC-TV series called The Celts. The soundtrack was released in 1986 as her eponymous solo album. Enya didn't receive much notice, but Enya and the Ryans' second effort, Watermark, became a surprise hit upon its release in 1988. \"Orinoco Flow,\" the first single, became a number one hit in Britain, helping the album eventually sell eight million copies worldwide. Enya spent the years following the success of Watermark rather quietly; her most notable appearance was a cameo on Sin\u00e9ad O'Connor's I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got. She finally released Shepherd Moons, her follow-up to Watermark, in 1991. Shepherd Moons was even more successful than its predecessor, eventually selling over ten million copies worldwide; it entered the U.S. charts at number 17 and remained in the Top 200 for almost four years. Again, Enya was slow to follow up on the success of Shepherd Moons, spending nearly four years working on her fourth album. The record, entitled Memory of Trees, was released in December of 1995. Memory of Trees entered the U.S. charts at number nine and sold over two million copies within its first year of release. In 1997 came the release of a greatest-hits collection, Paint the Sky with Stars: The Best of Enya, which featured two new songs. Enya's first album of new material in five years, Day Without Rain, was released in late 2000. In 2002, she contributed material to the first film in Peter Jackson's award-winning Lord of the Rings trilogy, scoring a hit with the single \"May It Be.\" Amarantine, her first full-length recording since Day Without Rain, followed in November of 2005, and has so far sold nearly five million copies.After the September 11, 2001 attacks, her song \"Only Time\" (from A Day Without Rain) was used as a backdrop in many radio and TV reports about the attacks. She initially frowned upon this use, especially when many bootlegged versions of \"Only Time\" mixed with sound effects from the attack began to appear.Enya eventually agreed to release a special edition of the song with funds going to the families of victims. Many Enya fans, however, are resentful that her music has been linked with the attacks; an example of this occurred on a 2002 appearance on CNN's Larry King Live when images of battle in Afghanistan were shown on screen as she performed \"May It Be\", a song with little war connection. This sparked some complaints within Enya's fan community.Enya is self-admittedly a slow worker when it comes to composing music. As a result, fans have had to wait as long as five years between albums. In September 2004, a new song, set to words from a Japanese poem Roma Ryan had written and called \"Sumiregusa\" (\"Wild Violet\") was unveiled in Japan as part of an advertising campaign for Panasonic. In announcing the new recording, Warner Music Japan stated that Enya's next album was scheduled for release (in Japan at least) in mid-November. Enya issued a press release on her official Web site on 19 September stating that this was a mistake and no new album was immediately forthcoming.Enya was awarded the World's Best-Selling Irish Act award at the World Music Awards in London on 19 November 2006. On February 11, 2007 Amarantine won Enya her fourth Grammy when it was awarded the Best New Age Album award.In November of 2005, a new album, entitled Amarantine, was released. It won the Grammy Award for Best New Age Album for 2007.In 2006, Enya released several Christmas-themed CDs with newly recorded material. On October 10, 2006, Sounds of the Season was released containing six songs: the previously released \"O\u00edche Chi\u00fain\" (a.k.a. \"Silent Night\") and \"Amid the Falling Snow\", new recordings of the standards \"Adeste Fideles\" (a.k.a. \"Oh Come All Ye Faithful\") and \"We Wish You a Merry Christmas\" as well as two original songs, \"Christmas Secrets\" and \"The Magic of the Night\". This CD was released only in the United States in an exclusive partnership with the NBC television network and the Target department store chain.In later November two new editions of Amarantine were released. In North America, it was reissued as Amarantine - Special Christmas Edition with a second disc containing the four new Christmas songs previously issued on Sounds of the Season (the original album already had \"Amid the Falling Snow\" while \"O\u00edche Chi\u00fain\" is a recording dating back to 1988 which had already been featured on numerous collections). The UK received a deluxe version of this release (Amarantine - The UK Special Edition) which also included three postcards and a copy of Roma Ryan's book Water Shows the Hidden Heart which is referenced on the original album. Canadian fans could choose from the Special Christmas Edition of Amarantine, or an EP entitled Christmas Secrets which only contained the four new songs.Coinciding with these releases was the relaunch of Enya's official website on Nov. 2, 2006. On November 16, 2006 Enya mentioned on ITV1's that she is working on a new album. A month later, in a Japanese interview Enya said that the album will be a complete Christmas album and it will be released in the winter of 2007. There is no schedule for the release date itself.Enya's album, \"And Winter Came\", was released in November 2008. It contains twelve tracks - ten brand new songs plus a newly recorded choral rendering of Oiche Chiuin (Silent Night) and a stunning version of the traditional Christmas hymn 'O come, o come Emmanuel'November 2015 saw the release date of her eighth album, \"Dark Sky Island\". A deluxe edition was released with three bonus tracks to coincide with the release. Music videos for the tracks \"Echoes In Rain\" and \"So I Could Find My Way\" were uploaded on Youtube. Both music videos are performance based with Enya featuring accompaniment of the Wild Strings Orchestra. In the weeks preceding Dark Sky Island\u200d\u200a'\u200bs release, Enya's various official social media accounts posted interviews with Enya herself and her lyricist Roma Ryan, previews for the album, exclusive photos and 'behind the scenes' moments, lyric and regular music videos, and information on iTunes' exclusive early releases of the album's songs. This is the first use of social media to promote Enya's music as well as using it for giving fans exclusive, official information and content. Embarking upon the promotional trip for Dark Sky Island, Enya herself initially promoted the album in Britain, guesting on ITV's Lorraine on 19 November 2015, before guesting on BBC Radio 4's BBC Front Row that evening, as well as guesting on other major radio shows like The Chris Evans Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2 and Gerry Kelly's show on BBC Radio Ulster upon the album's release date.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/10674_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}

Dropkick Murphys

Dropkick Murphys are a punk rock band formed in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States in 1996. First playing together in ...

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{"key":"11649","name":"Dropkick Murphys","bio":"Dropkick Murphys are a punk rock band formed in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States in 1996. First playing together in the basement of a friend's barbershop, the band made a name for itself because of its relentless touring and for its annual St. Patrick's Day weekend shows in Boston. The band's songs often deal with Celtic influences, and the working-class environment in which the band members grew up.The band put out a series of EPs and was signed by Rancid frontman Tim Armstrong's label Hellcat Records. In 1998, the Dropkick Murphys released their first full-length album, Do Or Die. Lead singer Mike McColgan, who left the band later that year, was replaced by The Bruisers lead singer Al Barr. In 1999, they released their followup album, The Gang's All Here. In 2001, they released their third album, Sing Loud, Sing Proud. The album showcased the group\u2019s developing sound and included collaborations with The Pogues' frontman Shane MacGowan and Cock Sparrer's Colin McFaull. It also marked a significant lineup change for the band. Original guitarist Rick Barton was replaced by former The Ducky Boys' guitarists James Lynch and Marc Orrell; instruments were added and played by new members Ryan Foltz and Spicy McHaggis.The Dropkick Murphys' next album, Blackout, was released in 2003. The new album included the radio hit \"Walk Away,\" as well as the songs \"Fields of Athenry\" and \"The Dirty Glass.\" The latter features female vocals by Stephanie Dougherty (Deadly Sins). Around the same time, the band released a re-working of the Boston Red Sox anthem \"Tessie,\" which then became the official song of the team's 2004 World Series run. \"Tessie\" was also used throughout the major motion picture Fever Pitch and was included on the EA Sports MVP Baseball 2005 soundtrack. In 2005, the Dropkick Murphys released Singles Collection Volume 2, featuring covers, B-sides, and other material that didn't make it onto previous albums, and the band contributed a recording of \"We Got the Power\" to Rock Against Bush, Volume 2.The Dropkick Murphys' fifth studio album, The Warrior's Code, was released on June 21, 2005. It features the singles \"Sunshine Highway,\" \"The Walking Dead,\" \"The Warrior's Code,\" as well as the bonus track \"Tessie.\" It also includes a song that was inspired by a Woody Guthrie poem, which the group named \"I'm Shipping Up to Boston.\" The song was featured in Martin Scorsese's 2006 film The Departed. Scorsese mentioned the band in an interview after winning his first Oscar.The Dropkick Murphys released their sixth studio album, The Meanest of Times, on September 18, 2007. It was their first release not on the Hellcat Records label but instead on the label Born & Bred.In early 2008, Marc Orrell left the band. Thereupon Tim Brennan, who had been playing mandolin, accordion, banjo, tin whistle, and guitar for the band since 2004, replaced Orrell on lead guitar. Tim's previous musical duties were taken over by Jeff DaRosa, former member of The Vigilante and Pinkerton Thugs.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/11649_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"40,000 - 75,000"}

Flogging Molly

Flogging Molly is a seven-piece Irish American celtic punk band that formed in Los Angeles, in 1997 and is currently sig...

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{"key":"10792","name":"Flogging Molly","bio":"Flogging Molly is a seven-piece Irish American celtic punk band that formed in Los Angeles, in 1997 and is currently signed to SideOneDummy Records. The band consists of Dave King (vocals, guitar, banjo, bodhr\u00e1n), Bridget Regan-King (fiddle, uillean pipes, vocals), Dennis Casey (guitar, vocals), Matt Hensley (accordion, concertina), Nathen Maxwell (bass, vocals), Bob Schmidt (mandolin, banjo) and George Schwindt (drums, percussion).Flogging Molly has released four major studio albums, Swagger, Drunken Lullabies, Within a Mile of Home, and Float, as well as an independent live album entitled Alive Behind the Green Door. Also, they released a CD\/DVD combo entitled Whiskey On A Sunday, which included a CD with acoustic tracks of many of the band's songs and a brand new studio track, \"Laura\". They have toured with the Warped Tour and Larry Kirwan's American Fl\u00e9adh Festival. They also contributed to the Rock Against Bush project. Also, as of late they have done extensive touring with the self proclaimed Gypsy punk band, Gogol Bordello, which is also signed under SideOneDummy Records.Their music is heavily influenced by such bands as The Pogues,The Dubliners, Johnny Cash and ranges from boisterous punk rock like the pirate-themed \"Salty Dog\" and \"Seven Deadly Sins,\" or the defiant \"What's Left of the Flag\" and \"Rebels of the Sacred Heart\" to more somber songs like \"Far Away Boys\", \"The Sun Never Shines (On Closed Doors)\", or \"Death Valley Queen\". In the Whiskey On A Sunday DVD King describes the band's music as a '21st century version of The Dubliners.'The driving forces behind the music tend to be Dave King's gravelly voice and Bridget's manic fiddling. Prior to forming Flogging Molly, Dave King was the vocalist for Fastway, a late 80s-early 90s heavy metal band, featuring guitarist Eddie Clarke of Mot\u00f6rhead.The band released a DVD and a full-length album entitled \"Whiskey on a Sunday\" on July 25th 2006. The DVD \"Whiskey on a Sunday\" contains a two hour documentary that gives viewers insight into how the band members found each other and also talks about the members' attitude towards life, events that have shaped their lives and their motivation for making music.The band released \"Float\" on March 4, 2008. It includes the band's first two chart hits: \"Requiem for a Dying Song\" (#35 Billboard Modern Rock) and \"Float\" (#40 on the same chart). During the tour for the album, vocalist Dave King married the band's fiddle player Bridget Regan in Tokyo, Japan.The Speed of Darkness Songfacts says the band's fifth album, Speed of Darkness was released on May 31, 2011 by the band's own record label, Borstal Beat Records.The set was recorded at Echo Mountain, an old church building turned recording studio in Asheville, North Carolina. It was produced by Ryan Hewitt, who has also worked with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Avett Brothers. http:\/\/www.floggingmolly.com","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/10792_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}


Eluveitie is a folk metal band from Winterthur, Switzerland. The founder of this band was Chrigel Glanzmann. The band fo...

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{"key":"11127","name":"Eluveitie","bio":"Eluveitie is a folk metal band from Winterthur, Switzerland. The founder of this band was Chrigel Glanzmann. The band formed in 2002 and their first EP, \"V\u00ean\" came out in 2003. They describe themselves as \"The new wave of folk metal\". The band then released a full-length album, \"Spirit\" in June 2006. In November 2007, Eluveitie was signed by Nuclear Blast. The first product of the collaboration, \"Slania\", was released in February 2008. The album peaked at number 35 in the Swiss charts and number 72 in the German charts.Eluveitie use both traditional Swiss and Celtic instruments alongside electric guitars and drums. Their music is known to be inspired by Gothenburg\u2019s melodic death metal Scene and their lyrics are written in a mix of English and Gaulish. The name of the band comes from a graffito on a vessel from Mantua (ca. 300 BC). The inscription in Etruscan letters reads eluveitie, which has been interpreted as the Etruscan form of the Celtic (h)elvetios (\u201cthe Helvetian\u201d), presumably referring to a man of Helvetian descent living in Mantua.Current members:Chrigel Glanzmann \u2013 vocals, mandola, whistles, pipes, gaita, acoustic guitar, bodhr\u00e1n, harpMerlin Sutter \u2013 drums Ivo Henzi \u2013 rhythm guitarAnna Murphy \u2013 hurdy-gurdy, vocalsKay Brem \u2013 bass guitar Rafael Salzmann \u2013 lead guitar Nicole Ansperger \u2013 violin Matteo Sisti - bagpipes, whistles Official Site: http:\/\/www.eluveitie.chOfficial Facebook: https:\/\/www.facebook.com\/eluveitieLyrics: http:\/\/lyricwiki.org\/Eluveitie","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/11127_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Loreena McKennitt

Canadian singer and composer Loreena McKennitt is self-managed, self-produced and head of her own record label - Quinlan...

75,000 - 150,000
{"key":"10790","name":"Loreena McKennitt","bio":"Canadian singer and composer Loreena McKennitt is self-managed, self-produced and head of her own record label - Quinlan Road. In a recording career spanning three decades, McKennitt's \u201ceclectic Celtic\u201d music has won critical acclaim worldwide and gold, platinum and multi-platinum sales awards in fifteen countries across four continents. Her most successful record is 1997's \"The Book of Secrets\", which spun off the single \"The Mummers' Dance\", a surprise hit on American Top 40 and alternative rock radio.McKennitt blends world-music with folk, Celtic and exotic Mediterranean sounds using instruments such as the hurdy gurdy, kanoun, uilleann pipes, Turkish clarinet, bouzouki and nyckelharpa alongside traditional instruments like guitar, drums and bass and the harp, piano and accordion, the three instruments she plays.Born in Morden, Manitoba, Canada in February 17, 1957, Loreena moved to Stratford, Ontario, Canada in 1981, where she still resides. She has acted and sung in, and composed music for, Stratford Festival of Canada productions ranging from The Tempest (1982) to The Merchant Of Venice (2001).Her recording career began in 1985 with the album Elemental. In the fledgling years of her label Quinlan Road, Loreena ran its operations from her kitchen table, selling recordings by mail order and producing her own concert tours across the country. Quinlan Road's catalogue is currently distributed around the world by Warner Music (US), Universal Music (Canada and other territories including Italy and Spain) and a number of independents including Keltia Music (France) and SPV (Germany).","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/10790_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}

The Corrs

The Corrs are a folk pop band from Dundalk, Ireland, consisting of three sisters and one brother from the Corr family, w...

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{"key":"10815","name":"The Corrs","bio":"The Corrs are a folk pop band from Dundalk, Ireland, consisting of three sisters and one brother from the Corr family, who rose to prominence in the late 1990s and have since sold more than 55 million albums worldwide. The band consists of siblings Jim Corr (keyboard, guitar, backing vocals, born July 31, 1964), Sharon Corr (violin, backing vocals, born March 24, 1970), Caroline Corr (drums, bodhran, piano, backing vocals, born March 17, 1973) and Andrea Corr (lead vocals, tin whistle, born May 17, 1974).They released their first album Forgiven, Not Forgotten in 1995, which had its greatest success in Australia, Sweden, Spain and Ireland, gaining later success in the UK and in Canada. The title track, 'The Right Time' and 'Runaway' were all singles that would reach within the top ten Irish Singles Chart. Success followed in much of Europe, Asia and Australia. Two years later in 1997 a second album Talk On Corners was released which was principally popular in Ireland, eventually raising them to astonishing fame in the UK, and later success followed in much of Europe, Asia and Australia. Both albums have been certified gold in the United States. In 1999, they recorded a Unplugged album as part of MTV's Unplugged series. The session was recorded live on 5 October 1999 in front of an audience at Ardmore Studios, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. In 2000, following the death of their mother, Jean, in 1999, they released their third studio album In Blue, which included the song 'No More Cry' which Andrea, the lead vocalist along with Caroline the drummer, wrote after the loss of their mother. The hit song 'Breathless' from this album also allowed the band to break into the U.S. The band took a break after this, allowing time for Sharon Corr to get married, and Caroline Corr to marry and have her first child, a son, Jake. A compilation album The Best of the Corrs was released in 2001 featuring previous released songs as well as new tracks. The new single that was only released and featured in this complication is 'Would You Be Happier'. After six months from the album's release, it turned multi-platinum worldwide. Selling just over 17 million copies worldwide, it is The Corrs' most successful album to date; and one of the most succesful albums to come out of Ireland. Andrea Corr also began to flirt with the possibility of acting. After appearing in several movies such as Evita, Boys and Girls from County Claire, and The Bridge. In 2004, they released their album Borrowed Heaven, which featured the track 'Time Enough For Tears' which was penned by Bono and Gavin Friday for the film soundtrack In America, as well as Lady Smith Black Mambazo featuring on the title track. The album was a great success in their homeland Ireland where it peaked at number 1 with all three singles entering the Irish Music Charts. The album also entered the top ten albums in the United States with the single Summer Sunshine entering the top 20 singles. Around this time also, Caroline gave birth to her second child, a daughter, Georgina and now it is said that another baby girl is on the way. Following this album a year later, the band covered several traditional Irish songs and traditionals on the album simply named \"Home\". \"Home\" was compiled through a songbook of their late mother Jean Corr as a tribute to her. Following the album release of Home, Sharon has given birth to her first child, a son, Cathal, and Jim Corr announced his engagement to his girlfriend Gayle. They have a son, Brandon. Andrea is currently working on several film projects and is planning to embark on a solo career, whilst her brother and sisters focus on their families. Her forthcoming solo album is titled \"Present\" and is produced by Nellee Hooper. Bono is the executive producer of the allbum, which should be out in Spring '07. The band are due to release another Greatest Hits album on the 20th of November 2006, entitled Dreams: The Ultimate Corrs Collection.Andrea Corr also has acting ambitions. Long before The Corrs made a record, she played a small role in The Commitments (1991), as Sharon Rabbitte, one of the lead's younger sister. She is seen dancing the jig in one of the band casting scenes. She also played in Evita (1996) alongside Madonna as one of president P\u00e9ron's mistresses, in Broken Thread (2007), The Bridge (2005), The Boys from County Clare (2003), and sang the part of Kayley in Quest for Camelot (1998).The band has been inactive since 2005 because Jim and Caroline are raising families, while Andrea and Sharon are pursuing solo careers. According to Sharon Corr, it is uncertain if and when The Corrs will reunite.Band website: www.thecorrswebsite.com","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/10815_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

The High Kings

The High Kings is an Irish ballad group formed by the same creators as Celtic Woman. Finbarr Clancy, Brian Dunphy, Marti...

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{"key":"105273","name":"The High Kings","bio":"The High Kings is an Irish ballad group formed by the same creators as Celtic Woman. Finbarr Clancy, Brian Dunphy, Martin Furey, and Darren Holden make up the group.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/105273_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Celtic Woman

Celtic Woman is a musical group from Dublin, Ireland comprising five Irish women with a repertoire that ranges from trad...

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{"key":"4048","name":"Celtic Woman","bio":"Celtic Woman is a musical group from Dublin, Ireland comprising five Irish women with a repertoire that ranges from traditional Celtic tunes to modern songs. Current members include the five vocalists M\u00e9av N\u00ed Mhaolchatha, M\u00e1ir\u00e9ad Carlin, Susan McFadden, Lynn Hilary, Alex Sharpe, and the violinist M\u00e1ir\u00e9ad Nesbitt. Deirdre Shannon sang with the group during N\u00ed Mhaolchatha's pregnancy in 2005-2006. Hayley Westenra, a New Zealander of Irish descent, sang with the group during its 2006-2007 tour as its sixth member. M\u00e9av N\u00ed Mhaolchatha and \u00d3rla Fallon were two of the original members of the group, though both have since left to pursue other projects.In 2007, N\u00ed Mhaolchatha left the group to focus on her solo career and was replaced by Hilary. Sharpe initially joined the group to fill in for Kelly who was on maternity leave, and later became a full member as a replacement for Fallon (who left to spend more time with family and record a solo work).Since then, both Alex Sharpe and Lynn Hilary have left, making way for Lisa Lambe.In 2013, Lisa Kelly left to pursue a teaching career at a Voice Academy she started up that year with her husband, making way for Susan McFadden for the 2013 Believe Tour.In 2013, Chlo\u00eb Agnew left to pursue solo work, making way for M\u00e1ir\u00e9ad Carlin. Celtic Woman was recorded on September 15, 2004 for PBS Television in The United States at The Helix, Dublin to a sell-out audience. The show was organized by show producer Sharone Browne and musical director and composer David Downes, and produced by Dave Kavanagh. The show was first broadcast in March 2005 in The United States and within weeks the album Celtic Woman reached number one in the World Music charts in America and on Amazon.com charts. Their huge success in Asia and in America has been credited to the already successful megastar Enya and has been called \"Riverdance for the Voice\". As of July 22, 2006 the group has broken a long standing record in the music business. Their CD has been at the #1 position on the Billboard charts for an amazing 68 weeks.On October 19th of that year, Celtic Woman was knocked off its No.1 spot on Billboard's World Music Charts, which it had maintained for 82 weeks, by Celtic Woman: A Christmas Celebration. This put the groups' 2 CDs at Nos. 1 and 2 respectively. Since then, Lisa Lambe has left the group to pursue a solo career.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/4048_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"100,000 - 200,000"}

David Arkenstone

David Arkenstone is an American New Age musician. His music is primarily instrumental, with occasional vocalizations. He...

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{"key":"29235","name":"David Arkenstone","bio":"David Arkenstone is an American New Age musician. His music is primarily instrumental, with occasional vocalizations. He was born in Chicago, Illinois on July 1, 1952.After coming to California from outside of Chicago at age 10, David Arkenstone immersed himself in all the music he could find. Spending high school and college in various bands and performance groups, he then criss-crossed the country several times playing popular music. He finally settled down to concentrate on developing his own sound, and when computers and instruments could finally communicate to each other, David knew his time had come. He could now hear a good portion of what he could imagine.\"Technology has produced some wonderful tools for making music. The computer allows me to fully orchestrate my pieces and really fine tune them,\" said David.David's music has recently been described as Cinematic new age rock. \"It is sometimes difficult to categorize my music and this is a term I can live with,\" David responded.\"I enjoy bringing many different influences together in my music,\" he continues. World music, classical rock, and new age are some of the styles I draw from and enjoy weaving into an entertaining and adventurous whole.\"I have always loved the sound of the orchestra. Now I believe I have refined a wonderful blend combining the best elements of the acoustic world, with the electronic world.\"When not chained to his Apple Macintosh composing, David likes to play baseball, create 3-D art projects, and write screenplays.Official site: 1) http:\/\/www.domomusicgroup.com\/davidarkenstone\/index.php 2) http:\/\/www.davidarkenstone.comYoutube: http:\/\/www.youtube.com\/Musicboy52Myspace: http:\/\/www.myspace.com\/davidarkenstoneFacebook: http:\/\/www.facebook.com\/davidarkenstoneDomo CD store: http:\/\/www.domocart.com\/domo-store\/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=2_37Domo Digital Music store: http:\/\/www.domomusicgroup.com\/downloadmp3\/davidarkenstone.php","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/29235_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

John Doan

John Doan, one of the few masters of the rare twenty-string harp guitar, has performed with a diverse range of artists i...

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{"key":"63167","name":"John Doan","bio":"John Doan, one of the few masters of the rare twenty-string harp guitar, has performed with a diverse range of artists including pop star Donovan, folk legend Burl Ives, jazz ace Larry Carlton, as a member of the New Christy Minstrels with Randy Sparks, among others and his virtuoso playing and arranging has attracted praise from no less a guitar luminary than Chet Atkins. He recently contributed a chapter to \"Between the Strings - the Secret Lives of Guitars\", a veritable compendium of the world's greatest guitarists with introduction by B.B. King. He has appeared in numerous publications including the Washington Post and Billboard Magazine as well as staring in two much-loved television specials produced by Oregon Public Broadcasting: \"A Christmas to Remember With John Doan\" (seen on PBS) and his Emmy nominated \"A Victorian Christmas With John Doan.\" His latest recordings on Hearts O' Space Records have been nominated for \"Best Celtic Album of the Year\" with Eire - Isle of the Saints winning that title. His music has also been featured on numerous prime-time television and movie productions including Walt Disney, among others. His lastest video project is a 90 minute documentary that he wrote and starred in titled \"In Search of the Harp Guitar.\" John recently hosted an International Harp Guitar Festival at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon where he is an Associate Professor of Music. He lives near Salem with his wife Deirdra atop of an extinct volcano overlooking the Willamette Valley (he is hoping his view will not be enhanced in the coming years).","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/63167_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Hayley Westenra

Hayley Dee Westenra (born 10 April 1987 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is a New Zealand soprano of Irish heritage. Her fi...

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{"key":"3908","name":"Hayley Westenra","bio":"Hayley Dee Westenra (born 10 April 1987 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is a New Zealand soprano of Irish heritage. Her first internationally released album, Pure, reached #1 on the UK classical charts in 2003 and has sold more than two million copies worldwide. Westenra has received awards for her contribution to music, both in New Zealand and elsewhere.Pure is the fastest-selling international d\u00e9but classical album to date, and Westenra became an international star, aged 16, when the first of her international albums were released. In August 2006, Westenra joined the Irish group Celtic Woman and toured with them on their 2007 Spring Tour.Westenra has performed for dignitaries around the world. She is the youngest UNICEF Ambassador to date and has contributed to charities around the world.Hayley Westenra's music was featured prominently in the 2007-2008 Nintendo Wii game, Endless Ocean.See also (references):- Official website: www.hayleywestenra.com- This bio: http:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/Hayley_Westenra","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/3908_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"40,000 - 75,000"}

The Chieftains

The Chieftains are a Grammy winning Irish musical group founded in 1962 (Dublin, Ireland), known for performing and popu...

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{"key":"29230","name":"The Chieftains","bio":"The Chieftains are a Grammy winning Irish musical group founded in 1962 (Dublin, Ireland), known for performing and popularizing Irish traditional music.The band has recorded many albums of instrumental Irish folk music, as well as multiple collaborations with popular musicians of many genres, including Country music, Galician traditional music, Cape Breton and Newfoundland music, and rock and roll. They have performed with Van Morrison, The Rolling Stones, Sting, Roger Daltrey, Elvis Costello, Tom Jones, Sin\u00e9ad O'Connor, James Galway, Jackson Browne, Nancy Griffith and numerous Country-western artists. In 1975, the group won praise for their playing of \"Women of Ireland\" for Stanley Kubrick's movie Barry Lyndon.They have won six Grammy Awards and have been nominated eighteen times. In 2002 they were given a Lifetime Achievement Award by the UK's BBC Radio 2. The front covers of the first four albums were designed by Edward Delaney.Paddy Moloney is the band's leader, and composes or arranges most of the band's music. While the band's members changed numerous times in the band's early history, the membership solidified in 1979 when Matt Molloy replaced Michael Tubridy. From then until 2002, members included:Paddy Moloney (uilleann pipes, tin whistle, button accordion, bodhr\u00e1n) Matt Molloy (flute, tin whistle) Kevin Conneff (bodhr\u00e1n, vocals) Se\u00e1n Keane (fiddle, tin whistle) Martin Fay (fiddle, bones) (born 1938; died 14 November 2012)Derek Bell (Irish harp, keyboard instruments, oboe) (born 21 October 1935; died 17 October 2002)In 2002, Fay retired from active membership. In the same year, Bell died due to complications following a minor operation. Fay died on 14 November 2012.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/29230_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Tim Janis

Tim Janis is an American composer with 10 Billboard charting CDs, over one million albums sold, four National Public Tel...

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{"key":"95871","name":"Tim Janis","bio":"Tim Janis is an American composer with 10 Billboard charting CDs, over one million albums sold, four National Public Television Specials, and a constant touring presence. Tim Janis has worked with some of the top artists in the music and entertainment business \u2013 from Paul McCartney, Billy Joel, and Ray Charles, to George Clooney and James Earl Jones, and he has conducted the Czech National Symphony, the Kwazulu Natal Philharmonic, and the Hartford Symphony Orchestra. His unique gift to create emotional melodies and craft lush and soothing orchestral soundscapes has won him many fans.Janis also has a strong commitment to use his talent to help others through what he calls \"Music With A Mission.\" Whether it is his work with the American Cancer Society to create \"Music of Hope,\" the celebrity American Cancer Society benefit album, his dedication to Public television, where he has been a live on-air guest and performed a national tour to assist pledge drive efforts, or his work with Church World Service to raise money for HIV-AIDS projects in South Africa, Janis always takes the opportunity to use his music both to uplift people and further important causes.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/95871_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Carbon Leaf

Some bands insist on dragging listeners into their world, but Richmond, VA's Carbon Leaf works towards a more admirable ...

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{"key":"1962","name":"Carbon Leaf","bio":"Some bands insist on dragging listeners into their world, but Richmond, VA's Carbon Leaf works towards a more admirable and considerably more difficult goal \u2013 that of letting perfect strangers feel that the band understands their world. Since 1992, the band has succeeded in doing just that \u2013 and on its third Vanguard release, Nothing Rhymes With Woman, has created a soundtrack suitable for multiple worlds.\u201cFor me, this is an album that\u2019s focused on growth and maturity, but it\u2019s not deadly serious,\u201d says front man Barry Privett. \u201cI wanted to examine my life and the lives of my family and friends and do it with a little bit of a wink. The last thing I wanted to do was get all dark and overwrought.\u201dPrivett and his bandmates dodge that pitfall with aplomb on Nothing Rhymes With Woman, the much-anticipated follow-up to the acclaimed 2006 offering Love, Loss, Hope, Repeat. As ever, the quintet \u2013 recently joined by drummer Jason Neal, a veteran of the southeast\u2019s club circuit, and Seattle bassist Jon Markel \u2013 challenge themselves and listeners by steadfastly refusing to retrace old steps, bringing in like-minded collaborators (like Toby Lightman, who brings a burnished tone to her vocal parts on the gritty \u201cMeltdown\u201d) and taking off in plenty of new directions of their own accord.That sense of freshness, to hear Privett tell the tale, has a lot to do with the relaxed nature of the disc\u2019s recording, which took place in their Richmond, Virginia backyard. \u201cThis time, we did something we hadn\u2019t done in a long time, and that was to just throw away the timeline altogether,\u201d says the singer. \u201cWe waited until everyone believed in every single song without any doubt or questions. It was a return to the days of doing music for the sheer joy of just doing it.\u201dThe joy he\u2019s talking about proves contagious throughout the 13-song disc, both in sonic touches like the soaring harmonies that buoy \u201cIndecision\u201d and the instantly relatable vibe of narratives like the nostalgic childhood flashback \u201cX-Ray.\u201d The tones are certainly varied \u2013 things get more than a little misty on \u201cPink,\u201d a poignant tale of a woman battling serious illness \u2013 but they\u2019re invariably free of artificiality. Every color here is one that one can find in nature.\u201cA lot of the songs are about getting back to your roots,\u201d says Privett, who reckons the band gained a lot of traction by spending a considerable stretch of time close to home, as opposed to its usual relentless touring slate. \u201cYou know, holding onto the touchstones that keep you grounded in reality. They\u2019re easy to lose sight of sometimes, and often you need reminding. Fortunately, we have friends and family that will do that in no uncertain terms.\u201dNothing Rhymes With Woman finds the Virginia-based band firmly in touch with its roots \u2013 the Celtic tinge that cloaks \u201cPink\u201d is reminiscent of Carbon Leaf\u2019s passel of self-released discs. Throughout the set, however, the quintet affirms a commitment to moving forward, kicking out the jams a bit more aggressively on the sinewy walking blues \u201cAnother Man\u2019s Woman\u201d and interpolating the rich organ playing of longtime Dave Matthews Band keyboardist Butch Taylor on several tracks, including the arresting opener \u201cIndecision.\u201d\u201cIt\u2019s always been really important to us to keep an organic feel to what we do,\u201d says Privett. \u201cFor us, recording this album was like a renewal, kind of like the coming of spring. In a way, it\u2019s very sensual, very sexual, gentle and mellow in spots, but also acknowledges a fair share of optimism and a re-awakening to new possibilities.In 2004, Vanguard released Carbon Leaf\u2019s breakthrough disc, Indian Summer, which earned rave reviews from sources like The Washington Post, which marveled at Privett\u2019s ability to \u201ccapture the emotional ache of a twenty-something as he watches his friends scatter to the four corners of the world\u201d. For the next year and a half, the quintet would set about winning over audiences while on tour \u2013 a recipe that helped \"Life Less Ordinary\" and \"What About Everything?\u201d up the charts.That winning streak continued with Love, Loss, Hope, Repeat, a darker collection, recorded in Nashville, that showcased other facets of the Carbon Leaf sound and rose to number-three on Billboard\u2019s Top New Artists chart. \u201cWe definitely stretched ourselves on that album,\u201d says Privett. \u201cIt was unsettling in a way, but definitely helped us find ourselves.\u201dReunited with producer John Morand, who manned the board for Indian Summer, Carbon Leaf takes the proverbial next step on Nothing Rhymes With Woman. The multi-instrumental web woven by Carter Gravatt and Terry Clark provides a perfect backdrop for Privett\u2019s tenor, which hovers ethereally on \u201cLake of Silver Bells\u201d and cuts with the precision of a knife wielded by a master chef on the poignant \u201cMiss Hollywood.\u201d\u201cI think \u2019Miss Hollywood,\u2019 like a lot of the album, has a kind of feminine energy, which helps explain the title,\u201d says Privett. \u201cIt\u2019s that balance of strength and fragility, of keeping dreams in check, but not forgetting where they came from. It\u2019s a positive and nurturing energy, and that\u2019s the feeling we\u2019d like people to come away with when they listen to the album.\u201dBarry Privett: Vocals, guitarTerry Clark: Guitar, vocalsCarter Gravatt: Guitar, vocalsJason Neal: Drums, percussionJon Markel: Bass","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/1962_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}


Runrig is a Scottish folk rock band founded by brothers Calum and Rory Macdonald in 1973 in Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotl...

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{"key":"10984","name":"Runrig","bio":"Runrig is a Scottish folk rock band founded by brothers Calum and Rory Macdonald in 1973 in Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland. The band is now popular across the United Kingdom, Denmark and Germany and is notable for combining original songs in Gaelic with a rock sound, thus reflecting the Gaelic culture.Runrig began in 1973 as a three-piece named the \"Run Rig Dance Band\", its members comprising Calum Macdonald and Rory Macdonald, and their friend, accordionist Blair Douglas. The line-up played its first gig at the Kelvin Hall in Glasgow. Donnie Munro joined the following year and the band started to expand outside its native Skye. Douglas left the band in late 1974 and was replaced by Robert Macdonald, with Campbell Gunn joining for a brief spell in 1976. This line-up continued until 1978, when Blair Douglas re-joined and multi-instrumentalist Malcolm Jones became guitarist, both displacing Macdonald. This lasted until the following year when Douglas left again to pursue a solo career. 1980 saw the arrival of drummer Iain Bayne (ex-New Celeste) and 1981 that of keyboard player Richard Cherns. Cherns left in February 1986 and was replaced by ex-Big Country member Peter Wishart. This formed what became known as the classic line-up for the next 11 years.In 1997, lead singer Donnie Munro left the band for a career in politics, but later resumed his musical career to become a solo artist. The remaining members contemplated splitting up, but after a long search they replaced Donnie with Canadian singer-songwriter Bruce Guthro. This issue has divided Runrig's fan base; some argue that the loss of Donnie's highly distinctive vocals and his ability to sing in both Gaelic and English has not been truly compensated for by Bruce, whose vocal style is much lighter and who is not a Gaelic speaker. Others claim that the fact that Bruce has such a different voice has allowed Runrig to evolve musically in ways that it might not have done were Donnie still with them.In 2001, Peter Wishart, the band's keyboard player, left after being elected Member of Parliament for the constituency of Tayside North for the Scottish National Party. Brian Hurren stepped in to take Wishart's place in the band. As of 2011, Runrig is on extended hiatus. The official Runrig site can be found at http:\/\/www.runrig.co.uk.Membership- Bruce Guthro (Lead vocals, guitar)- Rory Macdonald (Songwriter, bass, vocals)- Calum Macdonald (Songwriter, percussion)- Malcolm Jones[ (Guitars, pipes, accordion)- Iain Bayne (Drums)- Brian Hurren (Keyboards, vocals)Past members- Donnie Munro (Lead vocals, guitar)- Peter Wishart (Keyboards)- Richard Cherns (Keyboards)- Blair Douglas (Accordion, keyboards)- Robert Macdonald (Accordion)- Campbell Gunn (Vocals)","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/10984_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Gaelic Storm

Gaelic Storm is a highly-acclaimed Celtic band. Their music ranges from traditional Irish and Scottish music to original...

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{"key":"29239","name":"Gaelic Storm","bio":"Gaelic Storm is a highly-acclaimed Celtic band. Their music ranges from traditional Irish and Scottish music to original tunes, in both the Celtic traditions. Gaelic Storm's origins can be traced back to 1996, when Patrick Murphy and Steve Wehmeyer joined with Steve Twigger and Uillean piper Brian Walsh to perform at O'Brien's Irish Pub and Restaurant in Santa Monica, California, of which Murphy was the manager. This led to a number of pub performances for the next year.In 1997, Gaelic Storm appeared in the film Titanic as the steerage band. This catapulted them into touring, where they were met with extreme success and popularity. They have toured throughout the United States and Canada, in the United Kingdom, France, and Japan.To this date, Gaelic Storm tours aggressively, and plays over 125 dates a year. It has also put out six albums since its inception, including the compilation album Special Reserve. The band is notable for its energetic rendering of traditional Irish music and Scottish traditional music, and for its albums which repeatedly top the Billboard world music charts.Gaelic Storm's album Bring Yer Wellies was released on July 25, 2006 and debuted at #2 on the Billboard World Chart, #16 on the Internet Sales Chart and #31 on the Independent Album Chart. Their fifth album, How Are We Getting Home?, was released in August 2004 and debuted at #3 on the Billboard World Music Charts, #10 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and re-entered the September 2005 World Albums Chart at #3. \"Gaelic Storm\". Retrieved on 2007-11-13.Over its history, the band has replaced its fiddle player a few times, its drummer once, and added Highland, Uilleann, and Deger (electronic) bagpipes to its instrumentation.In January 2006 the band released its first DVD titled \"Gaelic Storm: Live In Chicago\". The show was filmed live at the House of Blues in Chicago.A Simlish version of the song, Scalliwag, from the band's latest album, Bring Yer Wellies, was recorded and featured on the World music channel in the expansion pack, The Sims 2: Bon Voyage, for the popular PC Game, The Sims 2.Now the next album of Gaelic Storm was released in July 8, 2008, titled \"What's the Rumpus?\" released by their own label, Lost Again Records. Taken from the Amazon.com Editorial Review of the album, \"Inspired by the music that drives their loyal fan base, Whats the Rumpus is a wild party of an album, full of colorful characters and outrageous stories, flavored with Gaelic Storm's signature acoustic sound that gets you dancing and never lets you go. I think this is some of the best writing we have ever done, everything seemed to come together perfectly for this CD, says Steve Twigger, This is the culmination of a great deal of hard work and a barrel of good times. From the upbeat opening title track to the final cut, The Night I Punched Russell Crowe; (a true story involving singer Patrick Murphy), the music captures the contagious energy of the bands carefree attitude and infectious live performances. With instruments ranging from African drums, Irish bagpipes and Celtic fiddle to trombones and Cajun-style accordions, WTR is a three-ring circus of acrobatic songs, swirling tunes and galloping rhythms. Steve Twigger produced the project with co-production by drummer Ryan Lacey and Pat Manske, and additional production by Patrick Murphy. Returning to The Zone studio in Austin TX where the band recorded their previous release Bring Yer Wellies, Gaelic Storm also enlisted the help of a few select Austin locals including Lloyd Maines and 1960's psychedelic performer, Arthur Brown, to round out their eclectic Celtic sound. To quote Patrick Murphy, We have so much fun together as a band, we managed to capture some of the good times we have together on this recording.Gaelic Storm also includes: Ryan Lacey on drums and world percussion (graduated twice from the Los Angeles Music Academy, once for hands and once for sticks), Pete Purvis of Merrickville, Ontario on uilleann pipes, tin whistle, deger pipes and highland pipes (a Grade 1 piper who toured with award winning pipe bands including the Braemar Pipe Band and played at 2000 Sydney Olympics) and the newest member of the band Jessie Burns on fiddle (originally from Suffolk, England, now living in Colorado).\" and Celtic rock genres.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/29239_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Ronan Hardiman

Born in May 1961 in Dublin, Ireland. Education: Attended Royal Irish Academy of Music.Ronan Hardiman is one of Ireland's...

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{"key":"29242","name":"Ronan Hardiman","bio":"Born in May 1961 in Dublin, Ireland. Education: Attended Royal Irish Academy of Music.Ronan Hardiman is one of Ireland's premier composers of traditional music, responsible for the score to Lord of the Dance as well as many Irish films and television series. One of five children in a musical family, Hardiman was born in May 1961 and grew up in Dublin, Ireland. He worked as a clerk at the Bank of Ireland for twelve years, occasionally playing in pop bands during the 1980s. After quitting his job, though, he composed material based more on Irish traditions than pop music, specifically for radio and television; months later wrote the theme music to the documentary My Riviera, which became quite well-known in Ireland.During the next few years, Hardiman composed for Coca-Cola and Guinness and gained his reputation as Ireland's best contemporary composer. He was approached by Michael Flatley, creator of Riverdance, to compose the score to the new production Lord of the Dance. Thanks in large part to the success of the production, Hardiman gained a recording contract through Philips and released his debut album, Solas, in early 1998.After an unlikely early career as a bank teller, Hardiman has succeeded in fulfilling his lifelong ambition to compose and perform his own music. Although he maintains a low profile, continuing to live and work in his native Dublin, his work has become well known to international audiences from Japan to South Africa to the United States. With performances of Lord of the Dance rebroadcast continually around the globe, Hardiman has gained recognition as one of the most successful composers and performers to emerge from Ireland.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/29242_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Medwyn Goodall

Medwyn Goodall is a composer and musician mostly associated with the New Age genre. He was born in Yorkshire, England in...

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{"key":"29255","name":"Medwyn Goodall","bio":"Medwyn Goodall is a composer and musician mostly associated with the New Age genre. He was born in Yorkshire, England in 1961. He lives with his wife Wendy in Cornwall, England. According to Allmusic, \"Goodall began composing original songs as a teen, earning local notoriety with his band Trax; in the years to follow, he learned to play a vast range of instruments, including mandolin, piano, drums, harp, flute, glockenspiel, panpipes, vibraphone and synthesizer, and cut his first album at age 16\". He is very prolific (he has recorded over 75 albums). He also topped the UK music charts twice and sold over three million albums. His first album was \"Emergence\" (1987), published by New World Music. His early albums were published also by Oreade Music. Medwyn Goodall recently started MG Music, a record label which specializes in New Age music.He produced albums in which he arranged, performed, mixed and mastered every song. His last album, \"Om\" (2006), was produced together with Terry Oldfield.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/29255_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Big Country

Big Country were a new wave/alternative rock band which formed in Dunfermline, Scotland in 1981. The band consisted of S...

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{"key":"29582","name":"Big Country","bio":"Big Country were a new wave\/alternative rock band which formed in Dunfermline, Scotland in 1981. The band consisted of Stuart Adamson (vocals, guitar), Bruce Watson (guitar, vocals), Tony Butler (bass) and Mark Brzezicki (drums). Adamson was a former member of the Scottish punk band The Skids. The band was best known for using the device known as the \"e-bow\" to alter their guitars to sound like bagpipes. Despite having 15 Top 40 hits in the UK, the band has remained a one hit wonder in the US with their third single \"In A Big Country\". The band split in 2001 shortly after Adamson's suicide on December 16, 2001.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/29582_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"20,000 - 50,000"}

Mychael Danna

Mychael Danna (born September 20, 1958) is a Canadian film composer. Danna has been scoring films since his 1987 featur...

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{"key":"39029","name":"Mychael Danna","bio":"Mychael Danna (born September 20, 1958) is a Canadian film composer. Danna has been scoring films since his 1987 feature debut for Atom Egoyan's Family Viewing, a score which earned Danna the first of his eleven Canadian Film Award nominations. Mychael is recognized as one of the pioneers of combining non-Western sound sources with orchestral and electronic minimalism in the world of film music. This reputation has led him to work with such acclaimed directors as Atom Egoyan, Scott Hicks, Ang Lee, Gillies MacKinnon, James Mangold, Mira Nair, Billy Ray, Joel Schumacher, and Denzel Washington.He studied music composition at the University of Toronto, winning there the Glenn Gould Composition Scholarship in 1985. Mychael also served for five years as composer-in-residence at the McLaughlin Planetarium in Toronto (1987-1992). Works for dance include music for Dead Souls (Carbone Quatorze Dance Company, directed by Gilles Maheu 1996), and a score for the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's Gita Govinda (2001) based on the 1000-year-old classical Indian erotic poem, with choreographer Nina Menon.Recent projects include Deepa Mehta's Water, Atom Egoyan's Where the Truth Lies, Terry Gilliam's Tideland, and Bennett Miller's Capote.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/39029_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
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