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Caleb

Caleb

Caleb


Caleb is a name of at least four acts: [1] A defunct psychedelic rock band from the 1960s, featuring Caleb Quaye (of Bluesology and later of Elton John's backing band). [2] A UK band, formed in 2002, which has changed its name to Whom By Fire. The line-up consists of Elyza Nicholas and Dan Halamandres. Sites: Facebook. [3] Was a bizarre furry, ant-eating troglodyte (actually a man in a suit), that starred in the early 1970s HTV Welsh language children's programme 'Miri Mawr'. Read more on Last.fm
Caleb is a name of at least four acts: [1] A defunct psychedelic rock band from the 1960s, featuring Caleb Quaye (of Bluesology and later of Elton John's backing band). [2] A UK band, formed in 2002, which has changed its name to Whom By Fire. The line-up consists of Elyza Nicholas and Dan Halamandres. Sites: Facebook. [3] Was a bizarre furry, ant-eating troglodyte (actually a man in a suit), that starred in the early 1970s HTV Welsh language children's programme 'Miri Mawr'. His truly weird appearance made him a cult figure amongst Wales' hippy community and led to performances at music festivals and a few spin-off records. [4] A four-piece independent rock band out of Franklin, TN, founded by songwriter / front-man Caleb Chapman and drummer Will Chapman (sons of Steven Curtis Chapman). They combine alternative, rock, and pop with pondering lyrics that ask and answer big questions in life with inspiring melodies that easily get caught in your head.

Ultimately the heart of the band beats to create music that’s accessible to everyone while maintaining artistic integrity and honesty. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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