1. Sharp is a Dutch hard rock trio. The band was founded by Vince van der Wel and Laurens van Kouwenhove who grouped up with Dennis Metselaar in Winschoten, NL in December 2005. In January 2006 Melvin Stubbe joined the band. In the summer of 2007 Vince left the band because of different opinions about the future of the band. Sharp then went a slightly different direction, leading to a more alternative/progressive set, resulting in the heavy song ‘Nation Of Belong’ and the ballad ‘Down The Valley’. The latter is planned to be released as a single soon.
Dennis Metselaar - Drums/lead vocals
Melvin Stubbe - Lead guitar/backing vocals
Laurens van Kouwenhove - Bass guitar/backing vocals
Their official website can be found at: www.SharpRock.nl (in Dutch).
2. Sharp Hall has been fiddling around with electronic music since he was 9 years old. He started with a computerized piano teaching system that included a MIDI sequencer. When he was 14 he discovered Linux and eventually decided he wanted to mix the two and discovered software such as spiralsynthmodular, Ardour, and zynaddsubfx. Now, 19, such tools are the basis for Sharp’s laptop studio. Sharp has been a contributor to ccMixter since it’s creation in late 2004, and an advocate for Creative Commons since early in its lifetime.
Sharp’s website is at http://sharph.net/
3. Sharp consisted of 5 kickass members delivering a sincere hardrock act with a sharp live performance.
Boredom brought this band together, boredom of the live performance and music today.
What happened to the show, the feel, the joy, and the great musicians?
Well that’s what Sharp is all about, bringing it back our own way! Putting you in the audience in front of a kickass 80’s show that will inspire your dreams forever. Bring back the fierce party that faded into today’s ignorance of music. We’re here, we’re ready and we’re gonna KICK YOUR ASS!
too bad these guys already broke up and headed in different directions.
4. Sharp were a mid-1980s English rock band featuring former The Jam members Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler. They released one single.
After The Jam split, Foxton pursued a solo career and Buckler formed Time UK, featuring Jimmy Edwards on vocals.
After a stop-start career that took over two years to release three singles, and a rapid dwindling of the initial public interest in the band, they effectively split up.
Foxton, finding his solo career had followed a similar path to Time UK’s, recorded several tracks with Buckler and Edwards.
A solitary single, Entertain Me, was released on UK mod label Unicorn in 1986.
Edited by theanzie on 8 Feb 2010, 15:40
Sources (view history)
The artist’s website, and Jamendo.
Sharp Band members.
Registered users can edit this page. Sign up now, it’s free and you will discover so much great music :)
Generated from facts marked up in the wiki.
You can also view a list of all recent wiki changes.
From other sources.