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There are more than one artist/artists with the name Fatboy
1. Fatboy is a swedish Alternative/ Rockabilly / Country group.
Fatboy are back with a new collection of adorable melodies. This time Thomas Pareigis, Hannu Kiviaho, Jan Lissnils, Alf Östlund, Joakim Lindahl and Marcus Källström decided to go a little further into the mine, deeper down under ground. Together they generated rivers of sweat before they found the finest rock diamonds of them all. The six-piece delivers the kind of amazing songs that even make legendary film directors like Tim Burton and Quentin Tarantino wanting to use the bands music in their upcoming movies.
The distinctive mix of rockabilly, country and rock’n’roll that has made ...
Jonathan Wilson (born December 30, 1974, in Forest City, North Carolina) is an American singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer who is now based in Los Angeles. Wilson completed a solo album entitled, Frankie Ray in 2007 that was never officially released. Since then, Wilson has recorded the full length album, Gentle Spirit, which was released in 2011. The same year, Wilson was named Uncut Magazine's 2011 "New Artist of the Year".
Wilson's early experiences was as co-founder pf the band Muscadine with Benji Hughes in 1995. The band released their debut album, The Ballad of Hope Nicholls, in 1998.
Wilson's recording studio, Five Star Studio, in Echo Park, Los Angeles, is renowned for its sound and analog r...
Omar Velasco, a longtime sideman for A Fine Frenzy and then in Jonathan Wilson’s band, comes boldly out of the shadows on his debut album “Golden Child” — a cinematic, evocative and diverse blend of rock, folk, world and Latin influences.
There is a warm intimacy throughout Velasco’s musical landscape, but also a sophistication to the writing and arrangements. He’s earned comparisons to compared to the likes of James Taylor, Michael Franks and Paul Simon, with nimble lyrical phrasing that never encroaches on his stock-in-trade: earnestness. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.