28 Orange Street is the former name of independent folk band Common Rotation. The band released only one album, Common Rotation, under this name, and retroactively swapped their own name with that of the album.
Dudley Saunders began his music career first as a performance artist - only to find the "experimental folk music" he wrote for his pieces take over his career: in 2009, he won the Outmusic Award for "Best Album" and in 2011 he won the Mountain Stage NewSong Contest for the Western Region.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) The JinXS is a Belgian music-band formed in 2003 around singer/songwriter Annelies Tanghe. Members:
Annelies Tanghe (Vocals, Piano & Acoustic Guitar)
Gert Van Loock (Bass, Sax & Backing Vocals)
Manon Mercier (Drums & Percussion)
http://cutekidsdontsellrecords.tumblr.com/ Jamie O'Brien, aka Cute Kids Don't Sell Records, writes and records upbeat, ska-influenced pop punk songs about life, ice hockey, and getting/losing the girl.
"It's Dylanesque like War On Drugs is Dylanesque but instead of offering us a meandering, nuclear but optimistic future, Oyster Boy hands us a stagnant, pissed off present. ...it's very complete with potential to be timeless." - Joe Gallagher, 2009 There are two records:
In a world of where the trends are constantly changing, and where music genres are infinite, there will thankfully always be a place for a band like Captain Black; a band with a penchant for sharing their stories and a band who refreshingly, are not trying to fit in with any scene.
The Dawn Chorus are a five piece band from the southern Hampshire town of Fareham. Their debut album, entitled 'The Big Adventure' released by Jelly Maid Music in 2008. So far, they supported acts like Frank Turner, Mono and Frank Hamilton. For more info, you can visit;
(The Basement are also a US hip-hop group) At the start of 2003, The Basement launched to a whole heap of praise from the UKs leading music press. In fact the whole country was getting a bit giddy for the Northern Irish fourpiece.