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Tinyfish
Country
England
Profile
Tinyfish is an English progressive rock band founded in 2004. The band members are Simon Godfrey (lead vocal, guitar), Jim Sanders (lead guitar, backing vocals), Paul Worwood (bass), Robert Ramsay (spoken word, harmonica), and Leon Camfield (drums, backing vocals).
Website
http://www.tinyfish.org
Related articles (1)
Releases on file (4)
Various Artists — A Flower Full of Stars - A Tribute to the Flower Kings Various Artists — A Flower Full of Stars - A Tribute to the Flower Kings
(Musea FGBG 4887, 2011, 4CD)
Tinyfish — The Big Red Spark Tinyfish — The Big Red Spark
(Festival 201008, 2010, CD+DVD)
Tinyfish — Curious Things Tinyfish — Curious Things
(Festival 200901, 2009, CD)
Tinyfish — Tinyfish Tinyfish — Tinyfish
(Lazy Gun LAZG07, 2006, CD)

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