|Whenever I'm Dreaming||Whenever I'm Dreaming|| |
|This Is Where the Heart Break Begins||This Is Where the Heart Break Begins|| |
|Falling Apart||One Desire|| |
|Speak to Me||Pour Out|| |
|Trust in You||Pour Out|| |
|Do You Believe||One Desire|| |
|High Hopes||High Hopes (feat. Packrat)|| |
Eclipse is a Swedish rock band. The group is composed of frontman Erik Mårtensson, guitarist Magnus Henriksson, bassist Magnus Ulfstedt, and drummer Philip Crusner. They participated in Melodifestivalen 2016 with the song "Runaways", where they placed fifth in the fourth semi-final, not progressing to the final.
The Defiants were a Minnesota based garage rock band in the 1960s. The Defiants were formed in Clara City, Minnesota by Steve Henslin, Doug Gerken, Donny "Mixer" Mickels and Dewayne "Smitty" Smith. Steve Henslin later left and Mike Shaw took over leadership of the band. Mike brought in his brother Terry R. Shaw on drums and vocals. The band consisted of the Shaw brothers, Loren "Wally" Walsted on lead guitar, and John Collins on rhythm guitar. This form of the group stayed together from 1963 to 1967 and recorded one single; a cover of Bob Dylan's "Maggie's Farm" backed with a cover of "Bye Bye Johnny." The Defiants broke up in 1967 when John Collins was drafted for service in the Vietnam War but opted to join the Marines instead. Mike Shaw and Terry R. Shaw later formed the group Shaw-Allen-Shaw with Jim Allen. That group recorded two albums, set many ballroom attendance records and, in 2006, was inducted into the Mid-America Music Hall of Fame. Terry R. Shaw is the author of two books about growing up in the '50 in a small town. The books are called "Terry Tales" and "Terry Tales 2".