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Starman was a British pop band formed in 2009 by Andrew Stone, a dance teacher at London-based Pineapple Dance Studios.

Starman
Background information
OriginLondon, England
GenresPop
Years active2009-2011
LabelsUnsigned
Websitestarman-music.com
Past membersAndrew Stone
Jesus Ruiz
Craig Custance (2009-2011)
Mickey Cowdroy (2009-2011)
Luka Cadez (2009-2011)

Contents

The band line-up initially consisted of Andrew Stone, Jesus Ruiz, Craig Custance, Mickey Cowdroy, Rosalee O'Connell and Luka Cadez. Starman described their music as a high-energy mix of pop and 1980s electro, with a broad range of beats, melodies and riffs.[citation needed]

They performed several gigs across the UK in summer 2010, including T4 on the Beach and Party in the Park.

The band featured in the Pineapple Dance Studios UK TV show, which had approximately 9.4 million viewers,[citation needed] and the follow-up, Louie Spence's Showbusiness, which aired in 2011. Their début single, "I Don’t Wanna Dance", was released on 26 April 2010. After being ignored by a succession of record companies and independent record labels, the second single "My Christmas Wish" (released 20 December 2010) was funded by Sky to support Louie Spence's Showbusiness.

Starman have also been made part of The Sims games franchise.

Departure of members

On 28 January 2011, after performing at the finale of Louie Spence's Showbusiness at the Wimbledon Theatre, three members of the band announced they would be leaving Starman. Luka Cadez (drums), Craig Custance (keyboards) and Michael Cowdroy (bass) have formed a new band called The Daylight Theory.

Singles

I Don’t Wanna Dance (EP)

  • "I Don’t Wanna Dance (Radio Edit)"
  • "I Don’t Wanna Dance (Jason UFO Radio Edit)"
  • "I Don’t Wanna Dance (Album Version)"
  • "I Don’t Wanna Dance (Instrumental)"

I Don’t Wanna Dance (The Remixes)

  • "I Don’t Wanna Dance (Album Version)"
  • "I Don’t Wanna Dance (Jason UFO Club Mix)"
  • "I Don’t Wanna Dance (Mark Zomerset Club Mix)"
  • "I Don’t Wanna Dance (Dave Watkins Remix)"
  • "I Don’t Wanna Dance (Audio Phonics Vs Sliding Doors)"
  • "I Don’t Wanna Dance (Fred Portelli Vocal Mix)"

My Christmas Wish (EP)

  • "My Christmas Wish (Radio Edit)"
  • "My Christmas Wish (Album Version)"
  • "My Christmas Wish (Instrumental)"
  • "My Christmas Wish (Acapella)"
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  3. "Interview: Andrew Stone | What's On in Leeds | Eating Out in Leeds | Listings | Leeds Guide Magazine". Leedsguide.co.uk. 2010-07-21. Retrieved2011-06-07.
  4. "Ambition Leads To Global Success As Starman Immortalised As Sim - EA News". Ea.com. 2010-06-03. Retrieved2011-06-07.

Starman (band)
Starman band Language Watch Edit This article has multiple issues Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page Learn how and when to remove these template messages The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia s notability guideline for music Please help to demonstrate the notability of the topic by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention If notability cannot be shown the article is likely to be merged redirected or deleted Find sources Starman band news newspapers books scholar JSTOR June 2020 Learn how and when to remove this template message This article needs additional citations for verification Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unsourced material may be challenged and removed Find sources Starman band news newspapers books scholar JSTOR June 2020 Learn how and when to remove this template message Learn how and when to remove this template message Starman was a British pop band formed in 2009 by Andrew Stone a dance teacher at London based Pineapple Dance Studios StarmanBackground informationOriginLondon EnglandGenresPopYears active2009 2011LabelsUnsignedWebsitestarman music wbr comPast membersAndrew Stone Jesus Ruiz Craig Custance 2009 2011 Mickey Cowdroy 2009 2011 Luka Cadez 2009 2011 Contents 1 Formation and history 1 1 Departure of members 2 Discography 2 1 Singles 2 1 1 I Don t Wanna Dance EP 2 1 2 I Don t Wanna Dance The Remixes 2 1 3 My Christmas Wish EP 3 References 4 External linksFormation and history EditThe band line up initially consisted of Andrew Stone Jesus Ruiz Craig Custance Mickey Cowdroy Rosalee O Connell and Luka Cadez Starman described their music as a high energy mix of pop and 1980s electro with a broad range of beats melodies and riffs citation needed They performed several gigs across the UK in summer 2010 including T4 on the Beach 1 and Party in the Park 2 The band featured in the Pineapple Dance Studios UK TV show which had approximately 9 4 million viewers citation needed and the follow up Louie Spence s Showbusiness which aired in 2011 3 Their debut single I Don t Wanna Dance was released on 26 April 2010 After being ignored by a succession of record companies and independent record labels the second single My Christmas Wish released 20 December 2010 was funded by Sky to support Louie Spence s Showbusiness Starman have also been made part of The Sims games franchise 4 Departure of members Edit On 28 January 2011 after performing at the finale of Louie Spence s Showbusiness at the Wimbledon Theatre three members of the band announced they would be leaving Starman Luka Cadez drums Craig Custance keyboards and Michael Cowdroy bass have formed a new band called The Daylight Theory Discography EditSingles Edit I Don t Wanna Dance EP Edit I Don t Wanna Dance Radio Edit I Don t Wanna Dance Jason UFO Radio Edit I Don t Wanna Dance Album Version I Don t Wanna Dance Instrumental I Don t Wanna Dance The Remixes Edit I Don t Wanna Dance Album Version I Don t Wanna Dance Jason UFO Club Mix I Don t Wanna Dance Mark Zomerset Club Mix I Don t Wanna Dance Dave Watkins Remix I Don t Wanna Dance Audio Phonics Vs Sliding Doors I Don t Wanna Dance Fred Portelli Vocal Mix My Christmas Wish EP Edit My Christmas Wish Radio Edit My Christmas Wish Album Version My Christmas Wish Instrumental My Christmas Wish Acapella References Edit STARMAN HIT THE BEACH Fashion Beauty amp Lifestyle News ESVIE co uk 2010 06 24 Retrieved 2011 06 07 Starman at Party in the Park Leeds Starman official website September 26 2010 Archived from the original on September 26 2010 Retrieved 2020 06 23 Interview Andrew Stone What s On in Leeds Eating Out in Leeds Listings Leeds Guide Magazine Leedsguide co uk 2010 07 21 Retrieved 2011 06 07 Ambition Leads To Global Success As Starman Immortalised As Sim EA News Ea com 2010 06 03 Retrieved 2011 06 07 External links EditOfficial website Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Starman band amp oldid 1038510056, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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