My passion is my favorite band, Pierce the Veil. Pierce the Veil is a post-hardcore/rock band from San Diego. The band consists of Vic Fuentes (singer), Mike Fuentes (drummer), Tony Perry (guitarist), and Jaime Preciado (bassist). They started off in 2006 and have been my favorite for almost five years now. They have three albums, A Flair for the Dramatic, Selfish Machines, and the most recent one Collide With the Sky.
The members of the band include Stefan Lessard on bass, Boyd Tinsley on violin, Leroi Moore on saxophone and one of the best drummers in the world, Carter Beauford. Together these men will one day leave behind a similar reputation as one of the all time greatest "jam" bands of time. Dave Matthews' first solo album, Some Devil, was released in 2003. It was reviewed as an album much different than the many other's the band has released. Very little "jamming" was put into it and the themes in the lyrics were more morbid and serious as ever before.
They aren’ t just the people who have heard the bands greatest hits album and memorize their most mainstream songs. A Real Fan knows all their songs and usually has a pretty good appreciation for them. They ignore the others surrounding them and are just there for the music and the all around atmosphere of the concert. These types of people are the most tolerable and pleasant to be around. They keep to themselves and generally aren’ t obnoxious or out of control or anything.
The lead singer, guitarist and founder of the band was Kurt Cobain who has been immensely influential in the world of grunge music. From drug addiction to this controversial relationship with Courtney Love, Cobain’s life and death has been documented and interpreted and misinterpreted by many but remain relevant due to his undying success and fan base. Kurt Donald Cobain was born February 20, 1967 in Hoquiam, northern Washington in a modest home. His father, Donald Cobain, was a mechanic and his mother, Wendy, a housewife. He also has a sister Kimberly, on which there is very little information.
The band hired Travis Barker; drummer for supporting act The Aquabats after Travis learned the bands 45 minute set in 20 minutes during a tour date. Just two years later Blink 182 had released their third album titles Enema of The State, this album is acclaimed to be what sent Blink 182 into the height of their popularity and the biggest pop-punk act of the era. Three singles released from the album “What’s My Age Again?” “All The Small Things” and “Adam’s Song” all featured major commercial success. Enema Of The State had reached multi-platinum status in almost no time at all Later after Blink’s first major arena tour and cameo appearance on hit film American Pie, the band released their fourth studio album in 2001 named “Take Off Your Pants And Jacket” which debuted at number 1 in Canada, USA and Germany. The singles “First Date” and “The Rock Show” continued the bands mainstream success.
With various members undertaking solo projects or touring with other bands, and their lack of permanency in the lead guitar spot, the Peppers always seemed on the verge of breaking up. In 1999, though, they reunited the lineup that appeared on their 1991 breakthrough Blood Sugar Sex Magik and released the album Californication to critical and popular acclaim. The two men who have been Peppers from the beginning, vocalist Anthony Kiedis and bass player Michael Balzary, became close friends in high school in Los Angeles. They joined with fellow classmates Hillel Slovak on guitar and Jack Irons on drums to form the band Anthem. Their band, Anthem, ended shortly after the creation.
The band consists of Fher Olvera, is the vocalist and the one who founded the band in 1985. The other member’s of the band are Alex Gonzalez who plays the drums, Juan Calleros who plays bass guitar, and the last added member to the band is Sergio Vallin who plays electric guitar. During their live performances, the band travels with guest musicians but they are not part of the Band. Today, “Mana’ is considered the biggest-selling and touring Latin rock group. Last year the band tied Britney Spears with eight sold-out shows at Los Angeles Staples Center.
McNish, at 40, was one of the oldest members of the crew of the Endurance (Shackleton though was seven months older). He suffered from piles and rheumatism in his legs, and was regarded as somewhat odd and unrefined, but also highly respected as a carpenter—Frank Worsley, the captain of the Endurance, refers to him as a "splendid shipwright". [b] The pipe-smoking Scot was, however, the only man of the crew that Shackleton was "not dead certain of".  His Scots accent was described as rasping like "frayed cable wire".  During the initial stage of the voyage to Antarctica from Buenos Aires, he was kept busy with a number of routine tasks.
My hero is Billie Joe Armstrong. He is the lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist of the punk/pop rock band Green Day. He is also a guitarist and vocalist for the rock band Foxboro Hot Tubs. Billie Joe Armstrong was born in Oakland, California, on February 17, 1972, and was raised as the youngest of six children in his family. His father called Andrew Armstrong worked as a jazz musician, and his mother called Olie Jackson worked at Rod`s Hickory Pit.
Every time I listen to this song I always think of my pass relationships, and the problems we have went through. I also like the cords they put together when they made this song. Every dude in the group has a different type of voice, and cover different parts in the song. My favorite person in the group would have to be Shawn; he is the one that carries the high notes in the group. There group is really one of a kind, and I never heard a group that can sing the way they can before.