1. Punk 2. Blues 3. Rap 4. Soul and RnB 5. Country 1. A punk band from London, England. They formed in 2000 and have since toured the UK, Europe and Canada. Their first release, the Shoes EP was a hit on the UK, due to repeated TV play of the video for the song 'Shoes'. Later releases include the Hotwired EP, Punk Soul Brothers LP, and the Mission LP, recorded in San Francisco with the infamous NOFX producer Ryan Greene. The video for the song Dear Jesus , released in 2005 was banned from UK TV. They released their latest album, titled The Assassination of..., in May 2006. The band have recently announced that they will split up in the new year, following side projects. Pete does vocals for metalcore/noise band Down I Go, who recently released a full length record on Undergroove Records. * Donagh - Bass & Vocals * Ben - Guitar & Vocals * Rich - Guitar & Vocals * Tucker - Trombone * Pete - Sax * Ponyboy - Trumpet * The Ox - Drums 2. Jesse James was a blues singer and barrelhouse piano player, probably from Cincinnati, in the 1920s and 1930s. He appears a.o. on the Anthology of American Folk Music, Vol. 4 - more credits: - Cincinnati Blues (1928-1936 ) - Barrelhouse Piano (1927-1936) - Greatest in Country Blues (1927-1936), Vol. 2 - Greatest in Country Blues (1929-1956), Vol. 3 - Piano Blues, Vol. 1 (1927-1936) - Piano Blues, Vol. 2 : The Thirties (1930-1936) - Greatest in Country Blues - Anthology of American Folk Music, Vol. 4 - Dirty Blues - Good Blues Tonight - Cincinnati Blues - Piano Blues: The Essential - Rude Dudes - Down Home Blues Classics 1943-1953 - Broadcasting the Blues (Document) 3. Jesse James is a rap artist from Joy Road, Detroit. 4. Jesse James was born in 1943 in El Dorado, AR as James McClelland. He was a soul singer. He recorded a few songs for the labels Shirley and Hit, some with guitar work from Sly Stone. His first major hit was in 1967, "Believe in Me Baby, Pt. 1". His biggest hit was in 1970 "Don't Nobody Want to Get Married, Pt. 2,". 5. Country artist from USA.