2) Hardcore/metal band from the Toronto area, 2010 saw the bands breakup following the release of their debut EP “The Obelisk” parts one and two.
3) Jazz-fusion band based in Chelmsford, Essex.
1) Formed in 1998, The Fellowship is a collective of Musicologists, World-music artists and Early-music performers, led by music director Carvin Knowles. Their style incorporates elements of chant and music from ancient and lost civilizations into a dreamlike yet unclassifiable whole.
Their album IN ELVEN LANDS is a musicology experiment to discover what the music of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Middle-earth” may have sounded. Taking clues from descriptions of music and culture in “The Book of Lost Tales,” “The Hobbit” and “The Lord of The Rings,” The Fellowship began to reconstruct Tolkien’s “ancient” cultures. After years of research, they began recording on Boxing Day of 1998, a journey that would take them more than seven years. The results of their labour, IN ELVEN LANDS is the fully realised music of an ancient, lost civilization.
The Fellowship performs on an all-acoustic array of ancient and modern instruments that includes harp, lute, hurdy-gurdy, krumhorn and gong. Their international cast of singers deliver stunning performances using dialects of Sindarin, Quenya, Anglo-Saxon and Modern English.
The Fellowship’s songs are all drawn from aspects of J.R.R. Tolkien’s myths of Middle-earth.
The first edition of their album “IN ELVEN LANDS” featured vocals of Jon Anderson. For the digitally remastered Second Edition, Jon Anderson is absent. The Second Edition features previously unreleased material and several entirely new performances, including J.R.R. Tolkien’s original song “Namárië”, plus an entirely new song with lyrics by the noted Tolkien linguist Helge Kåre Fauskanger.
* Adam Pike - Percussion, Vocals, Producer, Mixing, Hand Percussion, Engineer
* Eddie Freeman - Guitar, Vocals (Background), Guitar (12 String), Engineer
* Patrick Delaney - Drums (Bass), Vocals, Ashiko Drum, Drums (Snare), Darbouka, Tom-Tom
* Caitlín Elizabeth - Cello, Rebec, Vocals (Background), Bells, Vocals
* Stefan Kac - Tuba
* Carvin Knowles - Flute, Harp, Lute, Recorder, Slide Trumpet, Mixing, Crumhorn, Engineer, Producer, Oud, Bells, Vocals (Background), Vocals, Oboe, French Horn, Gong, Clarinet (Bass), Trumpet, Percussion
* Susan Skup - Vocals
* Kate St. Píerre - Vocals
* David Uebersax - Trombone
* Ethan James - Hurdygurdy
* Dennise Pehi - Vocals
* Stephen Diaz
* Jon Anderson - Vocals
Formed in 2005, The Fellowship have made a name for themselves around the GTA having shared the stage with such acts as ABACABB, For The Fallen Dreams, Recon, xBayonettex, and many others. Unfortunately, due to many member changes and complications they have had trouble getting to where they should be. However 2010 brings a steady solid lineup that is here to stay with Ken Taylor on Vocals, Andrew Eichinger on Guitar, Andrew Dicamillo on Bass, and Ryan Locke on Drums. The New Year also brings the online release of their heavily awaited debut EP “The Obelisk” Parts 1 & 2. Look for these dudes in a town near you sometime this year.
3) Formed in 2011, The Fellowship consists of the members that appear on Guthrie Govan’s first release, “Erotic Cakes” with the addition of saxophonist Zak Barrett. The Fellowship plays at the Bassment club in Chelmsford, Essex, every Thursday night and has done so for several years.
* Zak Barrett - Saxophone
* Pete Riley - Percussion
* John Dutton - Keyboards
* Guthrie Govan - Guitar
* Seth Govan - Bass
Edited by FishStik5 on 22 Jul 2013, 21:21
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