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garage band

n
(Pop Music) a rough-and-ready amateurish rock group
[perhaps from the practice of such bands rehearsing in a garage]
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Looking like clean-cut college boys (bassist Steven Terebecki sports thick geek glasses), their sound reminds of Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix, Santana and any number of West Coast garage bands, often in the space of one song.
Many young garage bands will perform, as will a jazz combo of home-schooled children.
Songfile is an easy and fast way for groups, such as garage bands, small indie labels, teachers and churches, which plan to make and distribute 2,500 copies or less of their recordings to obtain the necessary licenses for cover versions of songs.
Some of our most successful performers and groups in pop music culture began their careers in garage bands.
There's Suburbia -- a chance for garage bands to play once a month on a remote city property -- a skate park, drama camps at the local playhouse, Soapbox Derby races, Indian Guides and church carnivals.
Thanks to this "virtual video village," people everywhere have access to more than 100 million videos--everything from old TV shows to garage bands and stupid pet tricks.
I was here in 1998 to see the crash and burn of so many attempts to organize garage bands and personal Webcam shows into populist big media rivals.
INTERESTS: Listening to his favourite garage bands.
They take cues from the early Who and garage bands, mix in some up-front guitars, combining those with stage moves straight out of the MC5 school of rocking out.
But it's sure to become a first stop for aspiring garage bands.
The late Mariano Bobadillas, founder of Gon Bop drums, was a close old friend who I met as a teenager when playing with local garage bands.
One of the archetypal garage bands of the 1980s, the Silos are Walter Salas-Humara and Bob Rupe augmented by a shifting rhythm section and occasional winding keyboards or haunting violas or violins.