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Musicians Wanted Manchester

We are always looking for Musicians in Manchester, Brighton and the Midlands for our UK Entertainment Directory. We need musicians for all sorts of events like functions, weddings, private parties and corporate events across the United Kingdom. For some reason we don`t have many acts from these areas. Please visit the register page to sign yourself up if you manage a band from any of these areas.

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Posting in the musicians forum is the best way to meet other musicians, get extra gigs and get new projects off the ground. With the diverse group of musicians who are now using the forum, especially those interested in live gigs, you are sure to make the connections you require. Whilst a lot of the musicians are based in London we have members from right across the England, Wales and Scotland.

We would like to remind users that, as guests are not required to sign up before posting, there are often unscrupulous people around posting bad messages. We will endeavour to fix these posts as soon as we see them but often, they will be on there for a few hours.

Manchester Orchestra Interview

Manchester Orchestra originated in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. Feeling increasingly alienated at his "small-town-Georgia, Christian high school" named Providence Christian Academy, in suburban Atlanta, the band's lead singer Andy Hull became so frustrated that he spent his senior year studying at home. He also wrote and recorded his first full length album in 2004 while studying his last high school year.

Early in their career, the band recorded an album entitled Nobody Sings Anymore; however, it was never released due to the shift in the band's musical direction and personal changes undergone following its recording. The band stated that "the band that made the record was different to the band now." That being said, it may be released at some point in the future. Some of the tracks written for the album were instead released on You Brainstorm, I Brainstorm, but Brilliance Needs a Good Editor.

Following the EP, Manchester Orchestra recorded and released their debut album I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child. This album gained the attention of the music industry, and eventually led to their signing with Canvasback. The album was released nationwide July 27, 2007. The band worked in the studio recording their second EP, Let My Pride Be What's Left Behind, with producer Dan Hannon and engineer Brad Fisher. It was released October 7, 2008. Manchester Orchestra.

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