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The Producers Tickets

The Producers Tickets
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The Producers could refer to more than one thing: 1) Soundtrack to the motion picture version of the Tony Award-winning musical, "The Producers" by Mel Brooks staring Matthew Broderick (as Leopold Bloom), Nathan Lane (as Max Bialystock) or the cast recording of the musical. 2) The Producers were a new wave and power pop band from Atlanta, Georgia in the 1980s. Original members included Van Temple on guitar and vocals, Kyle Henderson on bass and vocals, Wayne Famous on keyboards, and Brian Holmes on drums. "She Sheila," from their second album, was a popular MTV video. They headlined MTV's New Year's Rockin Eve in 1982 3) The Producers are also a blues band from Poole in Dorset . Featuring Harry Skinner on guitar and lead vocals and Dave Saunders on bass, they worked extensively on the British blues circuit during the '90's releasing anumber of CD's . In 2001 they took a break, but have recently reformed (2009) and are now active again. 4) The Producers is also the name used by an improtu group formed from the following well-known artists and producers: Lol Creme: guitars/vocals (10cc, Godley & Creme, Kate Bush) Trevor Horn: bass/vocals (Buggles, Yes, Pet Shop Boys, Tatu) Stephen Lipson: guitars (Rolling Stones, McCartney, Annie Lennox) Chris Braide: keyboards/vocals (Will Young, Kylie Minogue) Ash Soan: drums (Marianne Faithful, Faithless, Natasha Bedingfield) The Producers started out playing a string of impromptu, secret gigs at venues like the Camden Barfly at the end of 2006, joined on stage by friends and collaborators like Will Young and Jamie Cullum. Since then, they've been holed up at Trevor Horn's infamous Sarm West studios recording their debut album and single, Barking Up The Right Tree
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