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Chuck Ragan (born Charles Allen Ragan on 30 October 1974 in Houston, TX) is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He continues to be the guitarist and vocalist of Hot Water Music (1993–1996, 1997–2006, 2008–present), a punk rock band from Gainesville, Florida. In 2007 Ragan began releasing a variety of solo material, including a series of singles on No Idea Records, a live album (Los Feliz) and several studio albums (including Feast or Famine, Gold Country, Covering Ground). He also has an album as Chuck Ragan & Austin Lucas.
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Rocky Votolato is an American musician. He was born in rural Texas in 1978, though was raised in the Pacific Northwest. When his former band Lying on Loot disbanded in 1996, Rocky Votolato, along with friends Rudy Gajadhar (drums) and Andrew Hartley (bass), started playing under the name Waxwing. Rocky's younger brother Cody (The Blood Brothers) soon joined the band on second guitar, and the band recorded their debut 7" for Henry's Finest Recordings. In 1999, Second Nature Recordings released their first full-length, entitled 'For Madmen Only'. Blending straight-up rock with elements of post-hardcore, and Cody's metal reminiscent guitaring, Waxwing soon established a strong local following. It was a feat built upon with their two succeed...
Cory Branan is a singer/songwriter, born in Southaven, Mississippi. He garnered comparisons to Ryan Adams, Pete Yorn, and Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst with the release of his 2002 debut album The Hell You Say.
By his teens, Branan was playing hard rock and heavy metal, eventually fronting a Black Sabbath cover band. In his early 20s he began to explore the music of John Prine, a move which urged him to pick up a guitar and start writing songs. In 2000, the Memphis chapter of NARAS awarded Branan with the Phillips Award for "Newcomer of the Year." He didn't even have a recording contract yet, and the acclaim started rolling in. Two years later, Branan made his label debut with Memphis' Madjack Records with the release of The Hell...
Jay Malinowski is the vocalist and guitarist for the Canadian reggae group Bedouin Soundclash. He met the group's future bassist Eon Sinclair while attending Queen's University, and they decided to form their own band which reflected the music they both grew up on.
Jay was born in Montreal, QC in 1982, but he grew up in Vancouver, B.C. Jay has strong family ties to Toronto as both of his parents are from the Toronto area.
Jay also has a solo musical career with his LP Bright Lights and Bruises which was released on February 6, 2010.
Jay is also a painter. He has a studio in Toronto, and works mainly with wax and oil paint. In addition, he does the majority of visual work for Bedouin Soundclash, including ...
Emily Barker (born 1983 in Bridgetown, Western Australia) is an Australian songwriter and singer. In addition to a solo album "Photos. Fires. Fables.", she recorded two album as the-low-country. Currently she performs and records as Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo.
As a teenager, Barker was known to sing heavy metal and soul covers at high-school assemblies. She first entered the British music scene via the Cambridge Folk Festival in 2002, where she appeared with Rob Jackson, Boo Hewerdine’s guitarist. The success of this performance led them to form a band called the-low-country, in which Barker was the songwriter and front person. They released two albums (the first being in 2003), played numerous alt-country venues and fes...