Black Oak Arkansas
Black Oak Arkansas, a southern rock-band formed 1970 in Black Oak, Arkansas.
In 1978 - 80 a young guitar player named Shawn Lane made its first "rockstar" experiences by the age of 15!
They are most known for the song "Jim Dandy to the Rescue". They are very well know also for their hit single "in da club" which was later made into a rap song by 50 cent.This article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Black_Oak_Arkansas&action=edit).
This page about Black Oak Arkansas includes information from a Wikipedia article.
Additional articles about Black Oak Arkansas
News stories about Black Oak Arkansas
External links for Black Oak Arkansas
Videos for Black Oak Arkansas
Wikis about Black Oak Arkansas
Discussion Groups about Black Oak Arkansas
Blogs about Black Oak Arkansas
Images of Black Oak Arkansas
They are very well know also for their hit single "in da club" which was later made into a rap song by 50 cent. Whiteman has recorded as a solo artist, and was previously in the bands Que Vida and Bourbon Tabernacle Choir. They are most known for the song "Jim Dandy to the Rescue". Drew and Spearin were previously in the band KC Accidental. In 1978 - 80 a young guitar player named Shawn Lane made its first "rockstar" experiences by the age of 15!. Canning was previously in the bands hHead and By Divine Right. Black Oak Arkansas, a southern rock-band formed 1970 in Black Oak, Arkansas. Apostle of Hustle, Junior Blue and Valley of the Giants are all BSS-style collaborative bands that were formed after You Forgot It in People was recorded and released.
Leslie Feist is also a solo artist, although her albums are credited simply to Feist. Collett performs as a solo artist under his own name. These include:. Most of the musicians who have worked with Broken Social Scene are members of other bands as well.
Amy Millan and Gentleman Reg also joined for some shows. On the supporting tour, the band consisted of Drew, Canning, Peroff, Whiteman and Jason Collett, along with whoever else was available to attend any individual show. The album also included musical contributions by Priddle, Jessica Moss, Brodie West, Susannah Brady and Ohad Benchetrit, but these were credited as supporting musicians rather than band members. More noteably it won the Alternative Album of the Year Juno Award in 2003.
This album, an eclectic, restlessly creative collection of experimental yet accessible pop songs, became the band's critical and commercial breakthrough -- it was greeted with ecstatic reviews, and landed on many music critics' year-end Best-Of lists. All of the later guest musicians joined with Drew, Canning, Peroff and Spearin to record the band's second album, You Forgot It in People, in 2002 on the label Arts & Crafts. Over time, the band also came to include contributions from James Shaw, Evan Cranley, Justin Peroff and John Crossingham. As a result, they brought in a number of friends from the Toronto indie scene -- Andrew Whiteman, Emily Haines and Leslie Feist -- to flesh out their live show with lyrics and vocals.
However, when they played shows to support the album, Drew and Canning found it difficult to put together an entertaining show based on Feel Good Lost, which was an almost entirely instrumental album. This duo recorded and released the band's post rock debut album, Feel Good Lost, in 2001, with contributions by Justin Peroff, Charles Spearin and Bill Priddle. The band's core members are Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning. Broken Social Scene is a Canadian indie rock supergroup formed in 1999 (see 1999 in music) in Toronto, Ontario.
Broken Social Scene (http://www.arts-crafts.ca/bss/index2.html). Valley of the Giants - Brendan Canning and Charles Spearin. Treble Charger - Bill Priddle. Stars - Evan Cranley and Amy Millan.
Raising the Fawn - John Crossingham. Metric - James Shaw and Emily Haines. Junior Blue - Justin Peroff and Kevin Drew. Do Make Say Think - Charles Spearin and Ohad Benchetrit.
Feist - Leslie Feist. Apostle of Hustle - Andrew Whiteman. Stars and Sons - Christopher Mills, Broken Social Scene - Nomination: Video of the Year Juno Award. You Forgot It in People - Winner: Alternative Album of the Year Juno Award.