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Anthology

Anthology, an indie-rock band from Chard, are influenced by everyone (!), and got their name from a thesaurus. Find out more about them below.


Who are Anthology?

Matt on guitar, piano and violin; Daniel on vocals and bass guitar; Tim on electric guitar; Tom on mandolin; Adam on piano and sax; Fish on drums; Becca on flute and vocals; and Tamsin on vocals.

Where in Somerset are you from?

Chard

When did you form?

September 2004

How did you get together?

At a charity concert for CLIC (Cancer and Leukaemia in Childhood)

How would you describe your music?

Indie-rock

How did the band gets its name?

From a thesaurus

Who are your musical influences?

All

What is your most memorable gig so far?

A CLIC concert which was dedicated to a friend

Where would you most like to play?

Glastonbury Festival

Finally, tell us some interesting facts about yourself

Thomas and Charlotte are related, Matt and Dan are related, and Adam and Fish are related.

last updated: 07/12/05
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anon
I saw them play a while back, but personally i thought there sound was to mixed and warped.Every member tried to play louder than the other.however the songs were good and the riffs were catchy, when they could be heard.SUGGESTION: Go and watch Peter Jackson play, i saw him last year and he rocked!!!!!!!!!!!

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