John Symon Asher "Jack" Bruce (born 14 May 1943) is a Scottish musician and songwriter, known as a founding member of the British psychedelic rock power trio, Cream, in the late 1960s.
Ged Grimes (born on 28 March 1962 in Dundee) is a Scottish musician, producer and composer. He is currently the bass player for rock group Simple Minds, and was a founding member of Danny Wilson, a band whose hits include "Mary's Prayer" (from Meet Danny Wilson and featured prominently in the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to the movie There's Something About Mary), and "The Second Summer of Love" (from Bebop Moptop).
James Roberto Johnston (born 25 April 1980) is a bassist, vocalist, and songwriter, best known for his work with Scottish group Biffy Clyro. He is also known as Jim or Jimbo and sometimes signs his name as such.
Roderick (Rory) Macdonald (Scottish Gaelic: Ruaridh MacDhomhnaill; born 27 July 1949, Dornoch, Sutherland) is the bassist of the Scottish Celtic rock band Runrig, as well as their primary songwriter with his younger brother, Calum Macdonald. Rory tends to write the melody, and Calum the lyrics. Since former lead singer Donnie Munro left the band in 1997, Rory has taken lead vocal duties on songs in the band's catalogue written in the Scots Gaelic language, as the band's new lead singer, Bruce Guthro, is not a Gaelic speaker.
Graeme Clark is a musician, song-writer and record producer. He came to prominence as bass player, founder member and song-writer from the famous pop/soul band Wet Wet Wet - the band he formed with friends and fellow band members Neil Mitchell, Tommy Cunningham and Marti Pellow whilst attending Clydebank High School.
Jaz Lochrie is a bass guitarist born in Scotland, UK.
Alex Grant (born January 20, 1989 in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada) is an ice hockey defenceman for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the AHL. He is listed as 6'2" and 189 pounds. He was drafted in the fourth round, 118th overall, by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft.
Derek Forbes (born 22 June 1956, Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish bassist and sometime guitarist, best known for his work with Simple Minds (with whom he played from their 1979 debut album, Life in a Day until shortly after their 1985 hit, "Don't You (Forget About Me)").
Bob Fairfoull (born Robert James Fairfoull, 6 August 1976) is a Scottish musician. He was the bass guitarist for the Scottish rock band Idlewild. Roddy Woomble - a friend of Fairfoull and Idlewild's lead singer - asked Fairfoull to join in February 1997 following the departure of Phil Scanlon. His appearance and attitude is classically punk rock and his typical on-stage antics consist of head-banging and jumping around.
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