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Kyan describes his style of music as intelligent pop, soul, r “n” b. Songwriter Guy Chambers likens his voice to “a mix between Seal, Chris Martin and Sting… He can definitely sing”. The feelings shared by his fans are echoed in the words of Tinie Tempah - “I can hear God in your voice bro”.
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West Up. Long Beach is a city with a long-standing and impressive chapter in the history of West Coast rap. Just as a new wave of the overall West is emerging, a similar movement is coming out of the infamous LBC. One of the hardest working artists from that new wave is hitting y’all direct from the Eastside of Long Beach, Lil Bam.
With Ama Lou's impressive, expressive lyricism and her edgy aesthetic and creative genius when it comes to her music visuals. She has certainly bought her own stonework along, and is paving her own way to become one of the most inspirational and fundamental artists around.
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EZU first stage debut when they perform at the Lounching Of Menebus Impian Film's at Jakarta Theatre, Jakarta Indonesia. The day was the first time the EZU song is played to the Public. Previously, there was a long story as the beginning of EZU there.
Aer’s July 30th, 2012 debut album The Bright Side quickly rose to #1 on the iTunes Album Charts and earned a spot in Billboards Hot 100. It was followed by “The Bright Side Tour” which spanned over 48 cities across North America, more tour dates around the country, a Europe tour in May, and their music played on NFL Network, an Etnies ...
SGT ROXX was on their way, stopping only to take on professional management, and marched right into the studio to record. The band was in final production of PUSH N SQUEEZE in 1990 when they crossed paths with TYRANTS REIGN drummer Gabriel “Gabie” Anthony.
Wes Jeans. Micheal Wesley Jeans was born in the heart of East Texas on January 13, 1981, only fifteen minutes from where legendary Freddie King was born. Wes grew up in a musically-enriched family and showed an interest in performing at a young age. But it wasn't until the age of fifteen that Wes chose his path.
1) The Birmingham-based death metal band Benediction were formed back in February 1989 around the line-up of Paul Adams (bass), Peter Rew (guitars), Darren Brookes (guitars) and Mark "Barney" Greenway (vocals). With the demo The Dreams You Dread, released in the same year, they drew the interest of Nuclear Blast Records resulting in a record deal.
Fox Amoore, (1984 - Present), real name "Iain", is a British musician.He is best recognized for his skill as a Piano and Keyboard player, as well as his Piano based compositions. His music mainly consists of the New-Age and Orchestral styles with strong Piano lead.
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Don Friesen is an American stand-up comedian. Friesen is a relatively "clean" performer who uses self-deprecating humor to lampoon his life as a suburban husband and father. His act consists of satirical scenes that spoof his daily interactions with his wife, kids, tech support, creditors, and airline pilots, mixed in with impressions ...
Winky D a.k.a Wallace Chirumiko was born in Zimbabwe on the 1st of February 1983 in Harare’s ghetto, Kabuzuma. Perhaps he was born belching melodies for as early as a precocious age of eight, Winky D was a devout collector of ragga audio tapes and vinyls.
For several years, Tony Igy gained a huge fan following around the world. Proof of this are multi-million views on Youtube and rotation on top radio stations. By the end of 2011, Astronomia charted Biggest Jump prestigious U.S. magazine Billboard.
Known for an eclectic style, Third Realm explores the elements of several underground genres resulting in a diverse mix of sound. Heavily influenced by Dark Wave and Industrial artists, Third Realm puts their own twist on things demonstrating strong production skills, clever songwriting and meaningful lyrics.
Uranus’ was more or less based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and sort of self-perpetuated the DIY scene at the time, which was loosely organized around a venue/house known as 5 Arlington. Member(s ?) of Uranus lived at the house, which was the hub of activity in Ottawa through it’s existence.
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Mel Carter (born April 22, 1943, Cincinnati, Ohio) is an American singer and actor. He is best known for his 1965 million-selling recording, "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me". Carter recorded for Sam Cooke's SAR record label in the early 1960s.
My Name Is Khan (Hindi: माय नेम इज़ ख़ान); commonly referred to as MNIK, is a 2010 Bollywood film directed by Karan Johar, with a screenplay by Shibani Bathija, produced by Hiroo Yash Johar and Gauri Khan, and starring Shahrukh Khan and Kajol, who reunite after nine years (their last film together was Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham in 2001).
Heccra is an enigmatic musician, whose sound is characterized by driven guitars in open tunings, over processed drums, broad range of vocal techniques as well as vocal distortions, and the overall intimate qualities of the self-produced albums.
IJenNeh IJenNeh pronounced “eye gin nay” means Heaven. IJenNeh is a tasty mix of African, Reggae, Gospel and Funk music created exclusively by our music director, Lasana Kanneh and our music producer, Jeremy Sauer. IJenNeh evolved from the earlier groups Echoes of the Blind, Liberian A cappella and African Gospel A cappella.
Aviva is an electronic music producer, dj and vocalist. After playing 5 string bass in bands for many years, her passion evolved into electronic music. She began creating her own soundscapes, beats and grooves and mixing her poetic and powerful spiritual lyrics on top.
Fahd Azam aka Mr. Capone-E is a rapper and producer from Los Angeles, California. He records for the Thump Records and Hi-Power labels. According to his website, he has sold over 500,000 records. Capone-E has collaborated with such hip hop performers as NB Ridaz and Nate Dogg.
1. Quatro, Scott & Powell (QSP) is a supergroup founded in the very heart of glam rock, bringing together the combined forces of three legends of rock ‘n’ roll with Suzi Quatro on vocals and bass guitar, Andy Scott of The Sweet on vocals and guitar and Don Powell from Slade on drums.
Latasha Lee was born in Corpus Christi Tx and at an early age Latasha’s mom, Michelle Crayton knew she was destined to perform. At the age of twenty, Latasha Lee caught the attention of Universal platinum producer Salih Williams.
1) Deca makes use of an experimental style as a doorway to a stylistic everchanging evolution and not as a goal in itself. Great inventor of oneiric charms, he was at first inspired by the cosmic school and later he created his personal alchemy of tradition and innovation, blending natural and synthetic sounds.
Stu Larsen is an Australian singer-songwriter. At one point Larsen has no fixed address, no job, few possessions and little money - just a lot of generous friends who seem to let him sleep on their floor or couch, or in their spare room as he ventures onward.
Layla Zoe is being considered for a hollywood production of the Life of Janis Joplin, and has already been asked to sing the soundtrack for this upcoming film. Layla Zoe is a force to be reckoned with, and is changing the face of the blues and roots music scene.
Stu has a new CD out 3RD DEGREE with Michael Greco, Mike Branton, Prakash John, Jordan John, Lester Smith, Michael Fonfara, Ross Garren, and Denis Keldie. The songs were written and produced by Stu. Recorded at Stu’s Carmel Studio, Santa Barbara Sound Designs, Grant Avenue Studios, and Mars Studios.
There are multiple artists or groups who have recorded using this name, including (in roughly chronological order): 1. A Canadian disco group (1979) whose members include Bill Hill, Don Graham, Fitz Walton, Joe La Greca, John Farley, Peter Dowse, Terry Martel.. 2.
TAWk is not that usual sound-plex you'll hear on the radio, or that you'll catch an earful of blasting out of some passing cars blaring speakers. No, TAWk is a culmination taking shape in your mind and spreading lovingly through your very being connecting you with like minded individuals like yourself world wide and beyond.
Five tracks from this album are featured in the soundtrack of the Paramount Vantage motion picture "Year of the Dog," produced by Brad Pitt. Another track from "Christmas Piano" was also featured on an episode of "A Channel Morning" - a talk show in Victoria, British Columbia which aired a special Christmas segment in December 2008 on ...
Pritam Chakraborty (chakravarty) better known as Pritam is a music director and composer from India who is currently based in Mumbai. Early life Pritam was born in Kolkata into a Bengali family. Pritam is the son of Prabodh Chakraborty, who runs a music school for children.
2) Peach Pit is a 4-piece math/post rock band from Croatia formed in 1994. The idea of making a band was started by Bruno Vidović and Mihael Bele in 1994, and after few parties, name Peach Pit (after an odd restaurant in the 90210) emerged as a name for a band that would create noise rock on the heritage of Big Black, Killdozer, Scratch acid ...
In May of 2010, Shad released his third album, TSOL, to excellent reviews and a wider reception than any of his work to date. Shad is bilingual, speaking English and French. He holds a business degree from Wilfrid Laurier University. He is studying part-time towards a master's degree in liberal studies at Simon Fraser University.
Ewa Sonnet is a popular photomodel and singer from Rybnik, Poland. Type in her name into a SE and find over 1 million entries netwide. She started her modeling career in 2003 and has embarked on a singing career in 2005 and released her first album in September.
2. MTS is also a German Rock Band whose members are Detlef Bruno Melzer, Thomas Schmitt, Herbert Treichel, Frank Engelhardt, and Mike Schafmeier. 3. MTS is a beatdown hardcore band from Visaginas, Lithuania. 4. MTS is a female rap group from Austria that stands for "Menace To Society".
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3) "PRISCILLA" is also the name of an italian noise-guitar band active in 1997-1998, starring Onq, and members from Morose and The Colours Seen From Behind. 4) Priscilla is also one of many aliases for the eurobeat vocalist Clara Moroni. Moroni has been associated with the eurobeat labels Flea, Time Records, and Delta.
Aurora (Illinois) resident Daniel Mcloyd, better known as his stage name IceJJFish is a soul singer, rapper and R&B artist best known for his unique use of pitch, experimenting outside of the common western twelve pitch scale with his vocals. His commercial breakout came with his smash hit 'On The Floor' which quickly propelled him into the limelight, gathering over 10 million views on video ...
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1) Albert Johnson (born November 2, 1974 in Bradford, Brooklyn, New York and died on June 20, 2017 in Las Vegas), better known by his stage name Prodigy, was a member of the hip hop duo Mobb Deep. Prodigy worked as a solo artist since the early 2000s. He was born to parents of Ethiopian and Jamaican descent.
The members of the group are: Nathalie Makoma, Annie Makoma, Pengani Makoma, Tutala Makoma, Duma Makoma, Martin Makoma, & Patrick Badine. If you know Nathalie Makoma already, it may be because of her solo albums: "On Faith" (2003) & "I Saw The Light" (2005). Makoma has made video clips all around the world…
ABBA are a Swedish pop group formed in Stockholm in 1972 by Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad.The group's name is an acronym of the first letters of their first names. They became one of the most commercially successful acts in the history of popular music, topping the charts worldwide from 1974 to 1982.
1) Last Hope is a Bulgarian hardcore band set up in 1994. With their very first demo-album, Last Hope succeeded in getting the attention of the Bulgarian audience. A year later the band gathered with their "brothers in arms" Face Up and together camе with a split-album, winning much more respect.
mindFIELD features keyboardists Régan Miller and Infrastructure's Stacia Tucker, whose live support help give the group a powerful stage presence. All three band members have been involved in the Boston electronic music scene for years. 2) Mindfield formed as a group in mid 2003, although their roots stem back as far as 1994.
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Camel only released one album, Under Age, in 1970 and two singles. The first, Sei La Mia Donna / Fresh Garbage in 1969 of which under the longer name of Sopworth Camel and the second, Mystery Tour / Society's Child in 1969 under Camel. The line-up included Alex Jackson (vocals, acoustic guitar, piano), Dave Summer (guitar, vocals), Martin ...
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Hydrovibe began in Louisiana when vocalist Heather St. Marie began collaborating with guitarist Mat Dauzat to create a sound combining dynamic, guitar-driven rock with powerful and commanding vocals. Quickly experiencing great regional success in the South and Midwest, the band decided to branch out and relocate to the West Coast.
Caamp is American indie-folk duo Taylor Meier and Evan Westfall from Ohio. Two guys strumming and singing loudly, but will strum and sing softly sometimes also. CAAMP IS A FOLK TRIO FROM OHIO, MAKING BEAUTIFUL NOISE. Started by boyhood friends Evan Westfall and Taylor Meier, Caamp came to life in Athens, Ohio.
The Vagrants chose their name from a life on the road and it gives their music its diversity, raw energy, edge and sweet tones. The Vagrants have been gigging for years doing over 400 gigs. The Vagrants music is rock at its finest, and is compared to AC DC, Pink, Ben Harper, Evanescence, Black Crows, Janis Joplin.
Fraser went on to form the band Sharks and later The Andy Fraser Band, and Kossoff formed the band Back Street Crawler. After Free. With Kossoff in better health again in late 1975, he was delighted that ex-colleagues Rodgers and Kirke asked him to join them on stage for two nights.
Spark - made up of Dave Truscott (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Jesse Jackson (vocals), Scott Peters (bass), Steve Peters (drums), and Todd Osborn (lead guitar) - started off as a regional hit in Ohio nearly five years ago performing with groups like Audio Adrenaline, Plumb, Skillet, Fold Zandura, Geoff Moore and the Distance, and Reality Check.
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Stillwater was an American band of the 1970s, which played Southern rock with a folk flair. Their song Mindbender charted in the top 100 singles in 1978. The band existed from 1973 to 1982 and was based in Warner Robins, Georgia.
Yola (born Yolanda Quartey in Bristol in 1983) is a Grammy nominated English musician, singer and songwriter (she has also gone by the name Yola Carter). She became the lead singer of the band Phantom Limb , who self-released their first album in 2008 and has sung backing vocals for numerous artists (including Massive Attack, The Chemical ...