Ivy is an American indie pop band composed of a trio of musicians, Adam Schlesinger, Dominique Durand, and Andy Chase.
Rose Elinor Dougall (born 13 March 1986) is an English singer, songwriter and musician best known for being a member of The Pipettes and for performing with Mark Ronson. She currently also performs and records as a solo artist.
Stuart Lee Murdoch (born 25 August 1968) is a Scottish musician, and the lead singer and songwriter for the indie pop band Belle & Sebastian. The majority of his childhood was spent a stone's throw from the birthplace of Robert Burns in Alloway, Ayr until he left school and attended university in Glasgow.
Bobby Kildea (born 14 March 1972) is a musician from Northern Ireland. He currently plays bass and guitar in the Scottish indie pop band Belle & Sebastian, after joining in 2001 to replace departing bassist Stuart David, and had previously been in V-Twin. He is the band's only Northern Irish member and is notable for his laidback demeanor and long hair.
John Craig is an American indie pop artist based in Portland, Oregon. John's solo project "John Craig & The Weekend" was formed in Portland in 2009. Craig gained notoriety in the Portland music scene for his 2009 single "Ticking" which was featured in the motion picture Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010 Sundance Film Festival Selection) Sundance Film Festival) along with "Trouble." The film also screened at the 2010 South by Southwest Music & Film Festival (SXSW). John's debut Umlaut EP has garnered industry buzz thanks in part to reviews by the Willamette Week, Rob Cullivan of the Portland Tribune, and Andy Valentine of the Eugene Weekly. "Ticking" has also been prominently featured on Portland's 94.7 KNRK and 101.9 KINK.
Isobel Campbell (born on 27 April 1976) is a Scottish singer, cellist and composer in the indie and rock genres. She was born in Glasgow.
Laura Barrett is a Canadian indie pop singer-songwriter, best known for incorporating the kalimba into her music. In addition to her solo work, Barrett has also performed as a member of The Hidden Cameras, Henri Fabergé and the Adorables, Woodhands and Sheezer.
Reed Easterwood (born February 27, 1967) is a guitarist, producer, and songwriter currently living in the Southwest, USA.
Chris Geddes (born 15 October 1975) is the keyboardist for and a founding member of the Scottish indie pop band Belle & Sebastian. Born in Stroud, England, he is a communist and a vegetarian, the latter earning him the nickname of "Beans". He attended the University of Glasgow and regularly visits Tchai-Ovna Southside. He also likes going to the East End to see Celtic. According to the band's website, Geddes has "a numerology degree". According to the liner notes of Belle & Sebastian's The Life Pursuit, his last name is pronounced "Geddes."
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