1) The Beekeepers were a rock band from Derby, England, signed to the Beggars Banquet Records label. Their releases include the mini-album 'Third Party, Fear and Theft' and the single 'Do You Behave Like That at Home?' The band members were: Jamie East (Vocals), Gary Thatcher (Guitar), Mark Simpson (Bass), Steve Bailey (Drums), and Julian Berry (Guitar). The band toured from 1996 until 1998 and were once supported by 'Travis'. They also had TV appearances on 'MTV', 'VHF', 'The Ozone', 'The Chart Show' and 'The Mag' to name a few. Also the single 'Do You Behave Like That at Home?' was 'Melody Makers' single of the week. The Beekeepers formed in 1993. After a lot of touring the band were signed to Beggars Banquet Records, and the first single, Hold On was released. Throughout the next 18 months or so three more singles were released, including the highly commended Do You Behave Like That At Home? which was Melody Maker Single Of The Week, Lunar and Killer Cure. At the start of 1998 the band released their one and only album, third party, fear and theft. Following the break-up of the band in 1998, some of the members went on to form Lucas J, who also subsequently split. 2) A rock band from Vancouver, B.C. Canada. Formed by former members of cult favourites, Sick Sick Yeah. Inspired by the music of Ray Davies and Brian Wilson, they released two albums, "The World Won't Let Me Sleep" and "Pete Best" before breaking up in 2004. Matt Caruso can now be found playing in the soon to be cult favourite, Chariots of Eggs. 3) Glitchdump duo from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, currently active. Released EP "Letter # One One" in 2010.