Liverpool Bands

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  • Black Manalishi >>
    The best way to describe the music of Black Manalishi is old school retron guitar rock and roll with a funky seattle edge. Something for everyone, as there are so many influences.
    Genre Guitar Rock | Location Liverpool England | 2004 - 2005
  • Cruel Injecto >>
    You want to know about Cruel Injector? Are we successes or failures? What have we done that has made a difference? Let me tell you it's a hard go. When your born into a family of famous people they splash you all over the covers of all kinds of magazines
    Genre Hard Rock | Location Liverpool Canada | 2004 - 2005
  • Guild Of Defiants >>
    Biggest gig? I can remember the best gig, that was in the Cavern Club Liverpool, it was a really hot day, every one was sweating buckets. Downstairs was packed. Then the krazyhouse after!! what a day. We have a CD called 'The Gauntlet' and its in probe,
    Genre Rock | Location Liverpool England | 2004 - 2005
  • Mark Foggo >>
    Mark Foggo makes non-influenced, up-tempo, modern, bizarre ska. In the past he has been described as a cross between Iggy Pop, Ian Dury & Mr. Bean (Is that a compliment?) Lyrics full of weird humour. He is one of Europe's leading names in Ska
    Genre Ska | Location Liverpool England | 2006 - 2007
  • Odega >>
    Odega plays at the Honky Tonk in the Zanzibar, Liverpool 6th March.
    Genre Rock | Location Liverpool England | 2003 - 2004
  • The New Fools >>
    Our biggest gig was either supporting Chris Helme or playing at the Cambridge Folk Festival. We did a big UK tour last year though- if that counts!
    Genre Alternative | Location Blackpool/Liverpool England | 2004 - 2005
  • The RealLife >>
    The RealLife placed a song on and within weeks, they were No.1 in Europe and stayed there for over eight months, generating over $5000 for the band and a lot of interest from numerous companies including Sony / Polydor
    Genre Progressive | Location Liverpool England | 2003 - 2004