Musical groups from California

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  1. Choirs in California

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  2. Musical groups from Davis, California 1 view

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  3. Electronic music groups from California 4 views

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  4. Musical groups from Los Angeles, California 149 views

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  5. Musical groups from Orange County, California 12 views

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  6. Musical groups from Riverside County, California 0 views

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  7. Rock music groups from California

    Rock music groups from California

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  8. Musical groups from Sacramento, California 7 views

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  9. Musical groups from San Diego, California 9 views

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  10. Musical groups from the San Francisco Bay Area 18 views

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  11. Musical groups from Ventura County, California 0 views

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  1. 1000 Mona Lisas

    1000 Mona Lisas


    1000 Mona Lisas were a punk band from Hollywood, CA. They found minor success in 1995 with their cover of Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know". It first became popular when they performed it live, after which, almost as an afterthought, the band decided to include it on their debut EP as a secret track. Before signing with RCA Records, the band became popular through posting songs and ticket giveaways on the Internet, which was an unusual practice at the time. They released a full length album on RCA on February 27, 1996 titled New Disease. Their frontman was named Armando Prado.

  2. 1208 (band)

    1208 (band)


    1208 (generally pronounced "twelve-o-eight" or "twelve-zero-eight") was a punk rock band from Hermosa Beach, California that formed in 1994.

  3. 187 Fac

    187 Fac


    187 Fac, was an American rap group from Hayward, California, with two members: Den Fenn (Alvin Dennis Thomas, Jr.) and G-Nut (Gregory Savoy Brown, Jr). After releasing their debut album, The U.N.E., in 1993, they made their first guest appearance on Ant Banks' 1995 album, Do or Die. Before releasing their second album, Fac Not Fiction on Penalty Recordings in 1997, they appeared together on several albums, including: S.C.C. Presents Murder Squad Nationwide, The Rompalation, and Have Heart Have Money. In 1996, they appeared on the Red Hot Organization's compilation CD, America is Dying Slowly, alongside Biz Markie, Wu-Tang Clan, and Fat Joe, among many other prominent hip hop artists. The CD, meant to raise awareness of the AIDS epidemic among African American men, was heralded as "a masterpiece" by The Source magazine.

  4. 213



    213 was an American hip hop supergroup from Long Beach, California composed of Snoop Dogg, Warren G and Nate Dogg. The name "213" comes from Los Angeles' original telephone area code. Whilst Calvin Broadus adopted the stage name of 'Snoop Doggy Dogg', followed by 'Snoop Dogg','Snoop Lion, and, more recently, 'Snoopzilla' , Warren G hints that Broadus' stage name, when he first started rapping in the 213 at clubs and parties, was in fact 'Snoop Rock'. In his single "Do You See" on his debut album Regulate...G Funk Era, Warren G reminisces "back when [his] nigga's name was Snoop Rock".

  5. 22 Jacks

    22 Jacks


    22 Jacks is an American punk rock supergroup, consisting of members of Wax, The Breeders, The Adolescents and Royal Crown Revue. They were active from 1995 to 2001, and again from 2007 on.

  6. 2nd II None

    2nd II None

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    2nd II None is a rap group from Compton, California. It consist of cousins KK (born Kelton L. McDonald) and Gangsta D (born Deon Barnett).

  7. 3rd Alley

    3rd Alley


    3rd Alley is an American band that originated in Long Beach, California. 3rd Alley formed in October 2004 after Zack Walters, then a solo artist, sent a four-track demo to Long Beach Records, landing on Greg "Mudd" Lowther's ears (of Falling Idols fame and co-owner of Long Beach Records). An epiphany by fellow-listener Tyson Parrish, lead to, "You gotta see if this guy needs a band!" Zack, Tyson and Mudd got together, started jamming, and 2 months later found themselves in front of sold out crowds supporting Long Beach Shortbus across America.

  8. 3rd Strike

    3rd Strike


    3rd Strike was a nu metal group, started by Jim Korthe (lead singer), Todd Deguchi (guitar), Erik Carlsson (guitar), PJ McMullan (drums) and Gabe Hammersmith (bass). Their lyrics were primarily based upon the former lives of the group's members. In May, 2002, they released their debut and only album, Lost Angel. They toured with Ozzfest and Warped Tour to promote their album, but broke up shortly after. Their song "Into Hell Again" was featured on the Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life soundtrack.

  9. 415



    415 was an American hip hop group that formed in Oakland, California in 1988. The group was composed of rappers Richie Rich and D-Loc, and producers DJ Daryl and J.E.D.

  10. 45 Grave

    45 Grave


    45 Grave are an American gothic and punk rock band from Los Angeles, California formed in 1979. The original group broke up in 1985 but vocalist Dinah Cancer subsequently revived the band. 45 Grave are noted as one of the first bands to mix punk rock with horror-themed lyrics, thereby positioning them as progenitors of the horror punk subgenre. Their unique appearance and morbid theatricality also distinguished them as innovators of goth rock as well as "deathrock," a term used to identify a subgenre of punk rock incorporating horror elements and spooky atmospherics.

  11. 77s



    The 77s (alternatively spelled The Seventy Sevens or The 77's) are an American rock band consisting of Michael Roe on vocals/guitar, Mark Harmon on bass, and Bruce Spencer on drums.

  12. 8 Stops 7

    8 Stops 7


    8stops7 is a rock band from Ventura, California.

  13. A Band Called Pain

    A Band Called Pain


    A Band Called Pain (abbreviated ABCP) is an American heavy metal band from Oakland, California.

  14. A Band of Orcs

    A Band of Orcs


    A Band of Orcs is a fantasy themed American heavy metal band formed in Santa Cruz, California, in 2007. The current band line up includes five members known only as: Gogog Bloodthroat, Cretos Filthgrinder, Hulg ElfRipper, Oog Skullbasher and Gronk!. The band claims to be a tribe of Orc warriors sent to Earth by "The Gruesome Grimp" to "bring forth the Domination" They provide a very theatrical live show and always appear wearing very detailed silicone masks. They have played with notable acts such as 3 Inches of Blood, Deicide, Master and ArnoCorps among others. They are currently supporting GWAR on their Madness at the Core of Time tour.

  15. A Lot Like Birds

    A Lot Like Birds

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    A Lot Like Birds is an American post-hardcore band formed in Sacramento, California. The band has released three albums and received considerable media attention from music sites. Since the release of 2011's Conversation Piece, A Lot Like Birds has signed to Equal Vision Records and released their third studio album on October 29, 2013.

  16. A Million Machines

    A Million Machines


    A Million Machines is a electronic music band from Silver Lake, California. Its members include producer/multi-instrumentalist MIG (The New Room), and vocalist Fate Fatal (The Deep Eynde, Kittens for Christian).

  17. A Million Pieces (band)

    A Million Pieces (band)


    A Million Pieces is an American pop rock band from Los Angeles, California.

  18. A Skylit Drive

    A Skylit Drive


    A Skylit Drive is an American Post-hardcore band from Lodi, California. The band has released one DVD, one EP and four studio albums: Wires...and the Concept of Breathing (2008), Adelphia (2009), Identity On Fire (2011) and recently Rise (2013). The band consists of Michael Jagmin (lead vocals), Brian White (bass guitar, screams), Nick Miller (lead guitar), Cory La Quay (drums, percussion), and Kyle Simmons (keyboards, rhythm guitar). Original member Joey Wilson left the band in 2012, reducing the band to a five-piece. The band has toured internationally both as headliner and support-act.

  19. A Static Lullaby

    A Static Lullaby


    A Static Lullaby was a metalcore band formed in Chino Hills, California in 2001.

  20. A Thorn for Every Heart

    A Thorn for Every Heart


    A Thorn For Every Heart (often abbreviated to ATFEH) was an Alternative Rock quintet from Chino Hills, California.

  21. Actionslacks


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    Actionslacks are an American indie rock band, based primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, long associated with the region's Noise Pop scene.

  22. Adam Stacey

    Adam Stacey

    American, Musician

  23. Adler's Appetite

    Adler's Appetite


    Adler's Appetite, previously Suki Jones, was an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 2003. As of 2011, the lineup consists of Patrick Stone (lead vocals), Michael Thomas (guitar), Lonnie Paul (guitar), Chip Z'nuff (bass) and Steven Adler (drums, percussion). Along with original material, the band perform covers of Adler's former band Guns N' Roses, primarily songs from the album Appetite for Destruction.

  24. After Midnight Project

    After Midnight Project


    After Midnight Project (commonly abbreviated "AMP") is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California. As of 2012, they are on hiatus, with a one night reunion show planned for 2014.

  25. Agent 51

    Agent 51


    Agent 51 was an American punk rock band from Poway, California, formed in 1995. They released three albums on various record labels before going on indefinite hiatus in 2005. Over the course of their career their music evolved from straightforward punk rock to incorporate aspects of classic rock and Heavy Metal. At various times during their career the band has maintained a mythology about their origins which purports them to be rogue secret agents, on the run from a clandestine government organization with ties to extraterrestrials.

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