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The one occasion where the band was introduced as " The Alan Parsons Project " in a live performance was at Night of the Proms 1990 ( at the time of the group's break-up ), featuring all Project regulars except Woolfson who was present but behind the scenes, while Parsons stayed at the mixer except during the last song, where he played acoustic guitar.
Famed anarchist-punk band Crass played their last live show for striking miners in Aberdare during the UK miners ' strike ( 1984-1985 ).
* Tony Allen, drummer, played in Fela Kuti's band
At the height of their popularity the band consisted of singer Jimmy Somerville backed by Steve Bronski and Larry Steinbachek, both of whom played keyboards and percussion.
The band played regularly on a Tulsa, Oklahoma radio station, and added Leon McAuliffe on steel guitar, pianist Al Stricklin, drummer Smokey Dacus, and a horn section that expanded the band's sound.
Wills added a trumpet to the band inadvertently when he hired Everet Stover as an announcer, not knowing that he had played with the New Orleans symphony and had directed the governor's band in Austin.
The band played in this style on their first four albums: Bathory ( 1984 ), The Return of the Darkness and Evil ( 1985 ), Under the Sign of the Black Mark ( 1987 ) and Blood Fire Death ( 1988 ).
Among his various musical credits, Mumy has recorded and written songs with America, toured with Shaun Cassidy, and played in Rick Springfield's band in the film, Hard to Hold.
During the summer of 1943 – 44, he played for tips at the Maxwell Street market in a band with Earl Hooker.
The many in attendance chanted " Hey Bo Diddley " as a gospel band played the legend's music.
Love briefly played bass in Bjelland's group Babes In Toyland in 1987 before being ejected from the band.
In the summer of 2011, the band played at several festivals in Russia, and toured in Australia and Brazil in early 2012.
In 1980, he played keyboards and provided voice in the rock band Watt 4.
His bands have included Watt 4 ( 1980 ), in which he played keyboards and provided voice, Craig Charles and the Beat Burglars ( 1989 ), The Sons of Gordon Gekko ( 1989 ), where he wrote lyrics and also composed tunes for the band, and The Eye ( 2000 – 01 ), with whom he released the rock album " Giving You The Eye, Live at the Edinburgh Festival ".
On 17 March 2007 the band played a live show at their rehearsal studio in front of around fifty fans, friends and family.
In his teens, he played drums and sang back-up with a local band called The Teen Tones, which later went on to tour with such acts as Bobby Darin and Gene Vincent.
* Drum cadence, a work played exclusively by the percussion section of a modern marching band
The band played three performances in October 2010.
Due to the provocative name of the band, they sometimes played under pseudonyms, including " The DK's ", " The Sharks ", " The Creamsicles " and " The Pink Twinkies ".
The reference is to a lounge cover of the song, recorded by the band Nouvelle Vague, played during a scene in the Planet Terror segment of Grindhouse, although no rape takes place, and in fact the would-be rapist is killed by the would-be victim.
The band played under name " DK Kennedys " for a few concerts, but later reverted to " Dead Kennedys " permanently.
In addition, the band has played a reworked version of their song " MTV Get Off the Air ", re-titled " MP3 Get Off the Web ", with lyrics criticizing music piracy.
There were also underground discotheques in Nazi Germany patronized by anti-Nazi youth called the swing kids .. Jimmy Saville played records of big band music in dance halls in Leeds, England, during World War Two.
Arnaz, Jr. played the drums and, supported by the SNL band, Desi sang both " Babalu " and another favorite from his dance band days, " Cuban Pete "; the arrangements were similar to the ones used on I Love Lucy.

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Gothic metal band Paradise Lost also covered " Smalltown Boy " as a bonus track on the digi-pack version of the Symbol of Life album.
* The second studio album by the Rockville, Maryland band The Low Life
In 2006, Sixx published his diaries as a best selling novel: The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star, and in 2007 Sixx's side project band Sixx: A. M. released The Heroin Diaries Soundtrack as a musical parallel to the novel.
The band released The Photograph Kills EP in 1995 as well as three full length records, Gaslight ( 1998 ), Bastard Life or Clarity ( 2001 ) and Other Ways of Speaking ( 2003 ).
In 2001 the band came to the US for major press, radio and TV appearances for the Bastard Life or Clarity release and returned Stubbs in Austin, Texas to kick off a sold out US tour with dates in Austin, Boulder, Chicago, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, New York City and the last show at the famous Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
1987's Life as We Know It saw a decline in sales, but still managed to provide the band with the hits " That Ain't Love " ( U. S. # 16 ) and " In My Dreams " ( U. S. # 19 ).
In 1973, progressive rock band Korni Grupa, under the name The Cornelians, released the symphonic rock album Not an Ordinary Life.
This band recorded the album Rock ' N ' Roll with the Modern Lovers ( 1977 ) and toured until Keranen left to go to college and was replaced by Asa Brebner, who played on the albums Modern Lovers Live ( 1978 ) and Back in Your Life ( 1979 ).
Double album " Bath "/" Leaving Your Body Map " by avant-garde metal band maudlin of the Well was constructed based upon a parallel qabalistic Tree of Life structure.
At post game, " In My Life " by The Beatles is played featuring a sousaphone solo while the band sings.
Following the long-term additions of drummer Frank Funaro and keyboard player Kenny Margolis, the band tried again in 1998 with Gentleman's Blues, with " The Good Life " as the lead single.
While Modern Life Is Rubbish was a moderate success, it was Blur's third album Parklife that made them arguably the most popular band in the UK in 1994.
The band completed their second album Modern Life Is Rubbish in December 1992, but Food Records said the album required more potential hit singles and asked them to return to the studio for a second time.
Since then the band have released five albums: In It for the Money ( 1997 ), Supergrass ( 1999 ), Life on Other Planets ( 2002 ), Road to Rouen ( 2005 ) and Diamond Hoo Ha ( 2008 ), as well as a decade-ending compilation called Supergrass is 10 ( 2004 ).
After three years out of the limelight, the band returned with Life on Other Planets ( September 2002 ).
The popular alternative band My Chemical Romance stated in their DVD Life On The Murder Scene that bassist Mikey Way got the name for their band from the book's subtitle.
Playwright Shaun Duggan's stage drama William, Alex Broun's one-man show Half a Person: My Life as Told by The Smiths, Douglas Coupland's 1998 novel Girlfriend in a Coma, Andrew Collins ' autobiography Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now, Mark Spitz's novel How Soon is Never ?, the pop band Shakespear's Sister, the defunct art-punk group Pretty Girls Make Graves, and the Polish filmmaker Przemyslaw Wojcieszek's short fictional film about two Polish fans of The Smiths, Louder Than Bombs, are all inspired by or named after songs or albums by The Smiths.
Asia's set included only " An Extraordinary Life " from Phoenix, the rest of the songs coming from the first two albums plus one cover each from The Buggles (" Video Killed the Radio Star " with Wetton on lead vocals and Downes on vocoder ), King Crimson (" The Court of the Crimson King ", which was recorded by a previous incarnation of that band with Greg Lake on lead vocals ) and Emerson, Lake & Palmer (" Fanfare for the Common Man ").
George and Louis Johnson later joined Billy Preston's band, and wrote Music in My Life and The Kids and Me for him before leaving his group in 1973.
Boris Williams also left the band, and was replaced by Jason Cooper ( formerly of My Life Story ).
Laibach's cover versions are often used to subvert the original message or intention of the song — a notable example being their version of the song " Live is Life " by Opus, an Austrian arena rock band.
From 1949 through 1951, the band had its own national radio program on ABC, sponsored by " The Champagne of Bottle Beer " Miller High Life.
In addition to doing versions of songs from the classic jug band repertoire on their first album " Do You Believe In Magic " ( 1965 ) such as " Blues In The Bottle ," " Sportin ' Life ," " My Gal ," " Fishin ' Blues ," and " Wild About My Lovin '," Sebastian's " Younger Girl " used

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