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Wildhearts and song
* Schizophonic, a 1994 song by The Wildhearts from the album Fishing for Luckies
* " It's Only Love ", a song by The Wildhearts from The Wildhearts Must Be Destroyed
The single was the first from the controversial album Endless Nameless and the first officially released Wildhearts song to feature someone other than Ginger on lead vocals, in this case bassist Danny McCormack.

Wildhearts and ',
Seeming going nowhere, the band split, though two of the ' Snatches went on to form ' The Yo-Yos ', a punkabilly band formed by Danny McCormack after the 1997 split of The Wildhearts.

Wildhearts and which
* The Wildhearts ( celebrated British hard rock band, which Jon Poole joined on bass during / after his time in Cardiacs )
Ginger of The Wildhearts performed " If I Had You " live at the 12 Bar in 1998, which can be heard on the " Grievous Acoustic Behaviour-Live at the 12 bar " double album.
It was the first Wildhearts single to be released on multiple formats ( Formats: CD1 ( MUSH6CD ), CD2 ( MUSH6CDX ), 7 " Vinyl ( MUSH6S )) with different b-sides on each format, which caused some uproar at the time from longtime fans of the band.
Their songs have been recorded by several other musicians, some of which include Paul Gilbert, The Wildhearts, and Nelson.

Wildhearts and bands
Other bands that have mentioned Cheap Trick as an inspiration and influence include Gin Blossoms, Urge Overkill, Pearl Jam, Weezer, Stone Temple Pilots, Everclear, Extreme, Enuff Z ’ Nuff, Green Day, American Hi-Fi, Foo Fighters, Soundgarden, Fountains of Wayne, Red Hot Chili Peppers, OK Go, Terrorvision, Kings of Leon, Husker Du, Slipknot, Jet, and the Wildhearts.
During the 1980s, Cardiacs were a professed influence or inspiration for Marillion, It Bites and British psychedelic acts such as Ring ; during the 1990s, emerging bands and musicians who were Cardiacs fans included Blur, Radiohead, Supergrass Shane Embury of Napalm Death, Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson, The Scaramanga Six, The Monsoon Bassoon and The Wildhearts ( who would later pay direct tribute via their track " Tim Smith " on 2009's Chutzpah !).
Leading bands that have played the venue include Jamie T, INME, Wheatus, The Levellers, The Bluetones, B-Movie, Dr Feelgood, The Futureheads, The Wildhearts, Midge Ure, Does It Offend You, Yeah ?, Hadouken!

Wildhearts and with
* CJ ( musician ), a guitarist / vocalist with The Wildhearts and Honeycrack
* Silver Ginger 5 ( band led by Ginger from The Wildhearts with Jon Poole produced by Tim Smith )
John Mitchell played his first show with the band on 3 December 2008 at the Sheffield Carling Academy supporting The Wildhearts.
Following his tour with The Wildhearts, Townsend began recording and producing his debut album, Heavy as a Really Heavy Thing, under the moniker Strapping Young Lad.
Embracing The Wildhearts ' anarchist approach, " while focusing on dissonance and just being as over-the-top as could ", Townsend sang on the record and performed the majority of its instrumental tracks ( with the assistance of a drum machine ).
In 1998 Andersson, together with former band mate Dregen, Ginger ( from The Wildhearts ) and Thomas Skogsberg formed Supershit 666, the band's music was very reminiscent of the early Hellacopters sound.
He very briefly played with The Wildhearts.
However, the band continued with former Amen bassist Scott Sorry replacing Sixx while Ginger, of The Wildhearts, was added as the band's second guitarist.
Former bass player Scott Sorry joined former band mate Ginger in new lineup of The Wildhearts in 2007 while he formed Sorry and the Sinatras, with members of Trashlight Vision, in 2008.
This was followed by their first UK tour in 13 years, with the band playing five dates as support for the The Wildhearts in December 2007.
McCormack is the younger brother of Danny McCormack, ex-bassist in The Wildhearts, another British rock band who had already achieved commercial success, and with whom 3 Colours Red would play some of their first concerts.
from The Wildhearts but ended up forming 3 Colours Red with Vuckovic instead.
Afterwards, he joined electro rockers Grand Theft Audio with Rich Battersby from The Wildhearts, and spent several months touring the U. S. with them before they were eventually dropped by the record label, forcing them to return home.
& The Satellites with C. J from The Wildhearts in 2006.
Fuzzbox lead singer Vix joined Ginger of the Wildhearts ' supergroup Ginger & The Sonic Circus along with guitarist / producer Jason Edwards ( Wolfsbane ), Jon Poole ( The Wildhearts / Cardiacs ) and Conny Bloom ( Hanoi Rocks ).
Mushroom had early success with Australian singer Peter Andre, while retaining a diverse roster signing UK acts such as The Wildhearts, and importing Australian acts such as Deni Hines, Christian Fry, Ween, Antenna, Sister2Sister, VAST and Yothu Yindi.

song and 29
* The band Marillion had a # 29 hit in the UK in 1984 with a song entitled " Punch and Judy ", satirising marital strife.
* January 29 – Plane crash at Los Gatos Creek, California kills 4 US citizens and 28 deportees, commemorated in a song by Woody Guthrie.
* October 29 – Tsunku, Japanese singer, music producer, and song composer
** The-long freighter SS Edmund Fitzgerald sinks during a storm from the entrance to Whitefish Bay on Lake Superior, killing all 29 crew on board ( an event immortalized in song by Gordon Lightfoot ).
In tribute to the influence of the song and the movie that launched its popularity, the March 29, 2005 50th anniversary of the opening of Blackboard Jungle was marked by several large celebrations in the United States organized by promoter Martin Lewis under the blanket title " Rock Is Fifty ".
The tale is also alluded to by John Critchley Prince in lines 24 to 29 of his poem " North Wales :" " Thou hast not trod with pilgrim foot the ground / Where sleeps the canine martyr of distrust, / Poor Gelert, famed in song, as brave a hound / As ever guarded homestead, hut, or hall, / Or leapt exulting at the hunter ’ s call ; / As ever grateful man consigned to dust.
At the evening convocation of January 29, Mrs. Beth Norris announced to the audience that Wolfe ( retired and residing in North, South Carolina ) was aware his song was part of the program that night.
* Sidney Arnondin, jazz writer of the song " Lazy River " was a resident of and born in Westwego, March 29, 1901
Presley would perform the song during most of his live shows between 1956 and 1977, performing it for the last time on May 29, 1977 at the Civic Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
A new single, " One Dream ," was released on September 29, 2009 and was the official theme song of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
They performed at the coveted Sunday night slot on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury on 29 June, closing the show with the new song.
Modern Times also included the hit song " Find Your Way Back " (# 29 ), as well as the humorous " Stairway to Cleveland ", in which the band defended the numerous changes it had undergone in its musical style, personnel, and even name.
* July 29 – Motown Records releases " Reflections ," the first single by the group's new billing, " Diana Ross & The Supremes " and after firing founding member Florence Ballard ; Ballard, nevertheless, sings on the record and appears on the vinyl's cover alongside group members Ross and Wilson because the song was recorded before her dismissal.
* March 29The 5th Eurovision Song Contest, held at the Royal Festival Hall, London, is won by France with the song " Tom Pillibi ", sung by Jacqueline Boyer.
For example, Leon Russell performed " Young Blood " at the Concert for Bangladesh in 1971, imitating the group's arrangement of the song with four different solo voices, and Bad Company's version of the song reached # 20 on 22 – 29 May 1976 on the Hot 100 ; Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen recorded The Robins ' " Riot in Cell Block # 9 ," while The Beach Boys recorded a 1971 version with revised lyrics by that group's vocalist Mike Love, titled " Student Demonstration Time.
Between 1996 and 1997, Pascoal worked on a book project called: Calendário do Som, which contains a song for every day of the year, including 29 February, so that everyone would have a song for his or her birthday.
On January 29, 2010, an incomplete song titled " 1000 Deaths " was leaked on to the Internet and uploaded on YouTube, claiming it was to possibly be from the James River album ; however, after four days, it was deleted because of a copyright claim by D ' Angelo's publishing company.
" After Harrison died, Voorman played bass as part of the supporting band on the song " All Things Must Pass ", in the Concert for George on 29 November 2002.
On 29 January 1968, she performed this song on national TV, and at this occasion briefly met future ABBA member Agnetha Fältskog, who also performed her first single in the same programme.
It features one song each from 29 of the participating acts, along with interviews from the musicians and concert-goers.
Officially titled Festival della Canzone Italiana ( English: Italian song festival ), the first edition of the show was held at the Sanremo Casinò on 29, 30 and 31 January 1951.
On July 29, 2011, Welsh played guitar on the song " Undone " with Weezer and Flaming Lips at a show in New York.

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