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9. Charlieissocoollike

Charles Joseph "Charlie" McDonnell (born 1 October 1990) is an English vlogger and musician from Bath, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. As of August 2012[update], his YouTube channel, charlieissocoollike, has over 1.6 million subscribers. On 15 June 2011, his channel was spotlighted on YouTube's front page in the Entertainment category after being the first UK channel to reach a million subscribers. As of 1 October 2012, his YouTube videos have over 257,321,180 views in total and he has 1,608,619 subscribers.

Band 1) Chameleon Circuit:

McDonnell is one of the founding members of Chameleon Circuit, a band known for creating music inspired by the British television series Doctor Who. Along with fellow vloggers Alex Day ("Nerimon" on YouTube), Liam Dryden ("Littleradge"), and former member Chris Beattie ("CowInParachute"), Chameleon Circuit released their self-titled debut album on 1 June 2009. In July 2010, their song "Count the Shadows" also appeared on DFTBA Records, Volume Two, a compilation sampler that was given for free in the grab bags at VidCon 2010. At the beginning of 2011, Chameleon Circuit, in their new line-up following the departure of Beattie and the addition of Ed Blann ("Eddplant") and Michael Aranda, began work on their second album Still Got Legs. It was released on 12 July 2011.

Band 2) Sons of Admirals

In 2010, McDonnell, along with three other YouTubers, Alex Day, Ed Blann ("eddplant") and Tom Milsom ("Hexachordal") formed a new project entitled "Sons of Admirals". Their first single was released via YouTube on 14 June 2010 on McDonnell's channel. The group covered Cat Stevens' song "Here Comes My Baby" featuring all four members on vocals. The track peaked at No. 61 in the UK.

In October 2010 the band released an EP including "Here Comes My Baby"; an acoustic version of the same song; a cover of "Believe in Yourself", which is well known as the theme of children's television show Arthur; the video of "Here Comes My Baby"; and a behind-the-scenes video. The band has been known to perform a cover of "You're Not There", originally performed by band member Ed Blann, and a cover of Radiohead's "Creep".

Sons of Admirals is not a band in the traditional sense. They are all solo artists, but as well as having their solo careers, they come together to form one group. The idea of this came from the Admiral's Men, which was a Shakespearean group of actors that came together to perform, while still retaining their individual careers. Sons of Admirals disbanded in May 2011, publishing a statement on their website that "the core goal of the group – to get into the charts, and to increase exposure for the group members' individual talents proved to run against too many of our beliefs and approaches to music and promotion".


A/N: Please check out "Here comes my Baby", it''s really funny and they all have Rainbow hair. I.e: Charlie: Red hair. :)


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