Le Voyage de Noz is a french band founded in Lyon in 1988.
Its name has been shortened to Noz in 1999. The band welcomed people like Philippe Prohom (from 94 to 97) in its members. * Noz official website
* Noz on Myspace
* Noz fan page
Belgian band formed in the nineties under the name "Vibes Ahead Alliance" around core musicians/writers Wim Tops and Peter Revalk. Debut EP The Bone was brought out in 92 and was succesfull in surrounding countries and UK. In 1993 the band changed it's name and grew a little larger as the musicians supporting in live performances joined in officially.
后海大鲨鱼 (hòuhǎi dàshāyú, in English: Queen Sea Big Shark) was formed in 2005 and almost from the very beginning became one of the most watched bands in the Beijing scene and one of the most admired among the younger bands. They have a very funky but also very hard-rocking sound that in some ways reminds of psychobilly and post-punk.
Infectious Grooves (n., in-fek-shus groovz) are a funk metal band led by Suicidal Tendencies frontman Mike Muir. It also featured ex-Suicidal Tendencies, now Metallica, bassist Robert Trujillo, and ex-Jane's Addiction drummer Stephen Perkins.
Kiroro is a Japanese musical group out of Okinawa and is comprised of vocalist Chiharu Tamashiro and piano/keyboard player Ayano Kinjoh. Kiroro first debuted in 1996 as an independent band, and later made their major debut in 1998 with the song "Nagai Aida (長い間)".
 Marijne van der Vlugt met guitarist Paul Kennedy whilst studying at film school and knew drummer Rob Wakeman from the house she was living in. They found a bassist and formed a band named The Merry Babes. Marijne sang lead vocals and played keyboards.
Jean-Jacques Goldman was born on 11 October 1951, in Paris. He is one of 4 children. His mother, Ruth Ambrunn, born in Germany and his father, Alter Mojze Goldman, born in Poland were Resistance heroes.