There is more than one artist with this name:

1. The original Orange Country straight edge band, heavily influenced by Washington D.C.’s Minor Threat. Guitarist, Joe D. Foster, went on to play in No For An Answer and later formed the band Ignite. Pat Longrie and Pat Dubar, drummer and singer respectively, went on to form the influential Uniform Choice.

Pat Dubar - Vocals
Joe D. Foster - Guitar
John Lowe - Bass
Pat Longrie - Drums

2. Unity is a Christian rock band from Karis, Finland.
Christer - vocals
Christo - keyboard
Jode - guitar
Alex - bass
Christopher - drums
Natte - guitar

3. Unity, (a.k.a. Chris Mapp and Adders), bring together a plethora of soulful influences to create uplifting sounds for contemporary ears.

Drawing on elements of broken beat, electro, disco, jazz and soul music, Unity’s sound reflects the diverse musical experiences of its members and collaborators. From emerging jazz talent to filthy beat-makers to soulful vocalists, Unity aim to bring together the diversity present in the music scene around them and bring it to the dancefloor.

4. Unity is a metal/hardcore band from Pleasant Grove, TX

5. Unity are a retro disco girl-band from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK, who aimed to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. They are Meghan Barber, Lynne Harrison, Cat Thompson and Jessica Rowbottom. They and can be found at

Edited by jessicat500 on 21 May 2015, 11:50

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Band Members
  • Pat Dubar
  • Joe D. Foster
  • John Lowe
  • Pat Longrie

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