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Hepburn

Hepburn

Hepburn


There are, at least, three bands named Hepburn: 1) An all-female line-up originated and based in England, United Kingdom. This band was made up of vocalist Jamie Benson, guitarist Lisa Lister, bassist Sarah Davies, drummer Beverly Fullen, and, occasionally, drummer replacement Tasha Bayliss. Beginning in 1999, they became famous when the TV series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" included their single "I Quit" in its soundtrack, although the song did not actually appear in any of the episodes. Read more on Last.fm
There are, at least, three bands named Hepburn: 1) An all-female line-up originated and based in England, United Kingdom. This band was made up of vocalist Jamie Benson, guitarist Lisa Lister, bassist Sarah Davies, drummer Beverly Fullen, and, occasionally, drummer replacement Tasha Bayliss. Beginning in 1999, they became famous when the TV series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" included their single "I Quit" in its soundtrack, although the song did not actually appear in any of the episodes. The video for "I Quit" was included as bonus material in the UK release of the "Buffy" Season 1 DVD collection. After releasing a self-titled album, they disbanded in 2000. 2) A Spanish band based in Seville, led by guitarist and composer Saúl González.

They started in 2001, recording some home-made singles and playing in various pubs. Recently, they're seeking a contract with a Spanish label so as to release their debut album. Their name is inspired by Audrey Hepburn and Katherine Hepburn, and their first single is titled "Audrey + Katherine." 3) A rock band from Boston, MA. Hepburn began in 2005 and immediately began networking and playing local venues.

Soon after, they recorded their first EP "The Sleeping Bodies of Strangers" and created a local buzz. In April of 2006 "The Twenty Second Day" was released through the bands website. After releasing their third EP, "The Dangers of a Fatalist" in 2007 the band split. Members throughout the years were: Nicholas Palilunas on guitar, Harris Schoenfarber on vocals, guitar and bass, Michael Ostrowski on bass and vocals, Thomas Briana on drums, Paul Matto on guitar, Matthew Rantz on guitar, Bryan McGrath on drums, Michael Lafayette on bass and Eric Mitchell on vocals and guitar. Read more on Last.fm.

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