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Saint And The Cynics

Saint And The Cynics

Saint And The Cynics


Drums: James Yeend Bass/Vocals: Amin Abadi Guitar/Keyboard/Vocals: John Atkinson Lead Guitar: Adam Stevenson Lead Vocals: Rosalyn Grace Emerson Lead Vocals: Jane Silmon-Monerri "A pop hydra that has become Newcastle's favourite 'band next door'...that seems to get pubs across Newcastle moving whether they want to or not. This is quality pop-funk with hints of Jamiroquai, Prince, Michael Jackson and the Neptunes" - NARC. Magazine "this is not yer full-throttle robo-disco stuff as practiced by the likes of Girls Aloud Read more on Last.fm
Drums: James Yeend Bass/Vocals: Amin Abadi Guitar/Keyboard/Vocals: John Atkinson Lead Guitar: Adam Stevenson Lead Vocals: Rosalyn Grace Emerson Lead Vocals: Jane Silmon-Monerri "A pop hydra that has become Newcastle's favourite 'band next door'...that seems to get pubs across Newcastle moving whether they want to or not. This is quality pop-funk with hints of Jamiroquai, Prince, Michael Jackson and the Neptunes" - NARC. Magazine "this is not yer full-throttle robo-disco stuff as practiced by the likes of Girls Aloud, but the more studied, song-writer-ish pop that you’ll hear coming out of music schools, what with all their musicianship and everything. They are fronted – if you will – by a female duo who lustily belt it out and the tunes are stuffed with hooks and the odd moment which makes you think “interesting…”.

What’s more, they’re not afraid of the funk and I imagine they’re pretty damn hot in the live arena" - The Crack Magazine "A lovely serving of souped up funk rock from the Newcastle sextet, Powerful, Strong vocals and supa-dupa musicianship. One of the best live acts we've witnessed in ages." - Manifesto Magazine "An eclectic mix of sounds from the band demonstrating their various talents on vocals, bass, guitar, drums and keyboard, which seem to blend effortlessly together" - Sandman Magazine "Saint and The Cynics have two of the best dressed front women you're likely to see, they look like perfect soul divas...they've got spectacular voices too, which soar and quiver up and down scales harmoniously with confidence and ease...the band have some very catchy numbers...they know all the conventions and exploit them aptly to produce hooks aplenty pop songs that could probably penetrate the charts given the right vehicle. The confidence and competence of all the musicians shines through with professionalism...Saint and The Cynics would be the perfect summer festival band and are great to watch and have a dance to." - Woodencauliflower.com 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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