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ADAM ANT
ELTON JOHN
IRON MAIDEN
OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN
ALEX PARKS
ALISTAIR GRIFFIN
ALMA COGAN
ANDY MCCLUSKEY
ANDY TAYLOR
ANNA RUSSELL
BEATLES
BERRI
BETH ORTON
BILLY BRAGG
BILLY FURY
BRETT ANDERSON
BRITISH SINGER
CAROL DECKER
CHAMPAGNE
CHART
CHARTS
CHERYL TWEEDY
CHRIS MARTIN
CHRIS REA
CHRIS SQUIRE
CILLA BLACK
CLIFF
COLDPLAY
COLLINS
COMMENTS
CYRIL TAWNEY
DALLIN
DAVE DAVIES
DAVID COVERDALE
DAVID MCALMONT
DAY
DECCA
DIANA ROSS
DICKINSON
DISCLAIMER
DRAKE
DURY
DUSTY
DUSTY SPRINGFIELD
ELKIE
ELVIS COSTELLO
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Adam Ant

  1. Adam Ant is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.

Elton John

  1. Elton John is a noted art collector, and is believed to have one of the largest private photography collections in the world.
  2. Elton John was among the winners at the 52nd Annual Ivor Novello Awards, held Thursday evening in London.
  3. Elton John was followed quickly with the concept album Tumbleweed Connection in October 1970, which reached the Top Ten on the Billboard 200. (Web site)
  4. Elton John was followed quickly with the concept album Tumbleweed Connection in October 1970.
  5. Elton John was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994. (Web site)

Iron Maiden

  1. Iron Maiden are a British heavy metal band from east London. (Web site)
  2. Iron Maiden are an English heavy metal band from east London. (Web site)
  3. Iron Maiden are one of the most successful and influential bands in the heavy metal genre, having sold 80 million albums worldwide.
  4. Iron Maiden is a British heavy metal band from East London. (Web site)
  5. Iron Maiden were formed on Christmas Day 1975, by Steve Harris, shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler. (Web site)

Olivia Newton-John

  1. Olivia Newton-John was born in Cambridge, England on September 26th 1948; her family moved to Australia when she was 5.

Alex Parks

  1. Alex Parks is a unique new female voice & 'Cry' ranks alongside Dido's 'White Flag' as a calling card for British women in rock.
  2. Alex Parks was the winner of BBC's Fame Academy in 2003.

Alistair Griffin

  1. Alistair Griffin is a British singer songwriter from Yorkshire with a distinctive pure toned voice. (Web site)

Alma Cogan

  1. Alma Cogan was born on 19 May 1932 and died aged 34 on 26 October 1966 (*cancer?june*).
  2. Alma Cogan is also the title of a Whitbread Book Award -winning novel by Gordon Burn published in 1991.
  3. Alma Cogan was a big favourite of my dads.
  4. Alma Cogan was one of the most successful and tragic figures in English pop music of the '50s and early '60s. (Web site)
  5. Alma Cogan was unfamiliar to me until a few months ago, when I ordered (on the basis of email conversations with a British friend) another CD of hers.

Andy Mccluskey

  1. On January 1st 2006, Andy McCluskey announced plans to reform OMD with the McCluskey, Humphreys, Holmes and Cooper line up.
  2. The group was formed in 1997 by Andy McCluskey of '80s band Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and included Heidi Range in the original line-up.

Andy Taylor

  1. After Duran Duran went on hiatus, their guitarist Andy Taylor and bassist John Taylor joined drummer Tony Thompson and Palmer to form the band Power Station.
  2. Palmer returned to broad public view in 1985 in Power Station alongside John and Andy Taylor of '80s supergroup Duran Duran.
  3. Some of Duran Duran’s younger adherents may be slightly disappointed in guitarist Andy Taylor and bassist John Taylor.

Anna Russell

  1. Anna Russell is a singer of note but a comedian of greatness.
  2. Anna Russell was a classic "spoofer" of operatic stories and conventions.

Beatles

  1. The Beatles were a revelation to Epstein, opening up a whole world of youthful exuberance and uninhibited fun. (Web site)
  2. The Beatles were by now off the road, and Epstein was tiring of the demands of his ever-expanding business. (Web site)
  3. The Beatles were first seen by Brian Epstein at the Cavern club on 9 November 1961, and he later signed them to a management contract.
  4. The Beatles were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame for their outstanding contribution to British music and integral part of British music culture. (Web site)
  5. The Beatles were managed by Allan Williams ---starting in May 1960---and he booked them into Bruno Koschmider's Indra club in Hamburg.

Berri

  1. Berri got a full credit on the second release, which was the 45th biggest UK single of 1995.
  2. Bernice Berri Barbara (September 29, 1964) was raised as Andy's sister, even though she is Leslie's daughter.

Beth Orton

  1. Beth Orton is a curious case of an artist who inspires empathy and affection, but leaves you unsure if you like her music quite as much as you like her.
  2. Beth Orton is a moody lady.
  3. Beth Orton is an excellent singer-songwriter who weaves modern touches into more traditional folk styled songs to create some essential listening.
  4. Beth Orton is something special.
  5. Beth Orton is the new voice of folk.

Billy Bragg

  1. Billy Bragg is a British singer -songwriter renowned for his political activism.
  2. Billy Bragg is a British singer songwriter who first came to prominence in 1983 with his debut album Life's A Riot.
  3. Billy Bragg was born in a district of Essex that is now part of Greater London.
  4. Billy Bragg was the authentic, populist folksinger of the punk generation.

Billy Fury

  1. He was rechristened Tommy Steele, the first of a string of Parnes clients who took on names like Duffy Power and Billy Fury. (Web site)
  2. Adopting the stage name Adam Faith, he became - alongside Cliff Richard, Tommy Steele and Billy Fury - a pop star of the pre-Beatles era. (Web site)
  3. Singer Ronald Wycherley was spotted at a gig in Liverpool by impressario Larry Parnes, who christened him Billy Fury.

Brett Anderson

  1. Brett Anderson is a sexy femmeboy.
  2. Brett Anderson is the first solo release from former Suede and current The Tears frontman Brett Anderson. (Web site)

British Singer

  1. British singer is a stub.
  2. British singer was struck and killed by speedboat in December.
  3. The British singer was joined on stage by the socialite at bikini designer Diana Jenkins' birthday party in Malibu on Saturday night (08.25.07).
  4. The British singer was killed on December 18 when a speedboat struck her while she was swimming with her two sons off the coast of Mexico. (Web site)
  5. The British singer was praised for his cooperation during his drug review in a London courtroom today.

Carol Decker

  1. Carol Decker (born September 10, 1957 in London) is an English recording artist.
  2. T'Pau was a late-1980s rock group led by singer Carol Decker.
  3. External links Carol Decker at the Internet Movie Database  This biographical article about a British singer is a .

Champagne

  1. Champagne is a single Appellation d'Origine Contr--l--e. (Web site)
  2. Champagne is a sparkling wine produced by inducing the in-bottle secondary fermentation of wine to effect carbonation. (Web site)

Chart

  1. The chart is for the week ending 27th March 1999.
  2. The chart was expanded to a Top 20 from 1 October 1954, a Top 30 from 13 April 1956 and a Top 50 from April 1983. (Web site)
  3. The chart was still officially a Top 75, and has been ever since. (Web site)

Charts

  1. The charts are full of pop acts who have been as ruthlessly auditioned as any film stars - cast for their commercial clout and poster-friendly looks.
  2. The charts were in an utter state in 1992, with total singles sales falling to a then pitifully low 53 million, compared to the 89 million sold in 1979.

Cheryl Tweedy

  1. Cheryl Tweedy was working as a waitress when she entered the UK talent-search show Popstars The Rivals.

Chris Martin

  1. Chris Martin was left red-faced when he was refused entry to the premiere of wife Gwyneth Paltrow's new movie. (Web site)

Chris Rea

  1. Chris Rea is a wonderful artist.

Chris Squire

  1. In the summer of 1968, Anderson joined a group called Mabel Greer's Toyshop, which also included bassist Chris Squire and guitarist Peter Banks.
  2. Fish is not to be confused with Phish, Chris Squire (whose nickname is "The Fish"), or Bradley Fish.

Cilla Black

  1. Cilla Black is a phenomenon of truly iconic proportions.
  2. Cilla Black was at one time a part-time cloakroom attendant at the Cavern Club in Liverpool where the Beatles used to play.
  3. Cilla Black was born Priscilla White on 27th May 1943 and used to be a hat-check girl at the now legendary Cavern in Liverpool.

Cliff

  1. Cliff was in everyone's homes, and gave enjoyment to all the family, and remained a successful pop recording presence.
  2. Cliff was in everyone's homes, and gave enjoyment to all the family, and still was a successful pop recording presence.

Coldplay

  1. Coldplay are also returning to the country to perform at the Junos on Apr.
  2. Coldplay are the biggest selling band from the UK, more is the pity.
  3. Coldplay was excellent as always.
  4. Coldplay was the big winner at the 2005 BT Digital Music Awards held in London last week. (Web site)

Collins

  1. Collins was born in Montgomery, Ala., and grew up in Chicago. (Web site)
  2. Collins was given a toy drum kit for Christmas when he was five. (Web site)
  3. Collins was married to Andrea Bertorelli of Canada, whom he met at a drama class in London,[35] in 1975. (Web site)

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Cyril Tawney

  1. The sea is central to Cyril Tawney.
  2. These either derive from the Cyril Tawney Archives or are (expertly) re-mastered recordings of gems of his repertoire both traditional and self-penned.
  3. There can be few if any singers (outside as well as within the accepted folk circuit) who don't have at least one Cyril Tawney song in their repertoire.

Dallin

  1. Dallin was born in Springville, Utah, to a family then belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
  2. Dallin was one of three celebrities on the Magic 105.4 radio Mystery voices competition which lasted for five months ending on 29 June 2006. (Web site)

Dave Davies

  1. Dave Davies was hospitalized and released on August 27.

David Coverdale

  1. David Coverdale was also back on the Black Sabbath wish list.
  2. David Coverdale was first married in 1974 to Julia, and their daughter Jessica was born in 1978. (Web site)
  3. David Coverdale was revitalized by this work and the debut album, Coverdale-Page, was released in the spring of 1993. (Web site)

David Mcalmont

  1. David McAlmont (Born May 2 1966 in Croydon, England) is one of the UK's most talented vocalists. (Web site)
  2. In 2001 Bernard Butler found himself writing songs that suggested the voice of David McAlmont so he eventually plucked up the courage to call him. (Web site)

Day

  1. The day is the national war veteran day in Finland.
  2. The day is a public holiday nation-wide.
  3. Day: The United States Supreme Court rules that photographs of nude men are not obscene, decriminalizing nude male pornographic magazines.

Decca

  1. Decca was also the first record label for which Gary Glitter recorded, under the name Paul Raven.
  2. The name "Decca" dates back to a portable gramophone called the "Decca Dulcephone" patented in 1914 by musical instrument makers Barnett Samuel and Sons. (Web site)

Diana Ross

  1. Diana Ross was cast as the legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday in the Motown film production Lady Sings the Blues. (Web site)
  2. Diana Ross was raised in the low-income Brewster-Douglass housing project in Detroit, where she had to share one bed with two sisters and three brothers. (Web site)

Dickinson

  1. Dickinson was asked to come down to auditions for the band.
  2. Dickinson was delighted to take up this opportunity and immediately phoned up an old friend of his, Janick Gers. (Web site)
  3. Dickinson was interested since this meant he could play larger gigs in London. (Web site)
  4. Dickinson was later expelled from Oundle for urinating in the headmaster's dinner.
  5. Dickinson was not happy with the majority of the material on these efforts. (Web site)

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  3. Disclaimer: The contents that you read on this site are pure rumors and speculation. (Web site)

Drake

  1. Drake was obsessive about practicing his guitar playing, and would often stay up through the night, experimenting with tunings, and working on songs.
  2. Drake was obsessive about practising his guitar playing, and would often stay up through the night, experimenting with tunings, and working on songs. (Web site)
  3. Drake was pathologically shy and resented touring.
  4. Drake was reportedly in awe of Cale's musical ability. (Web site)

Dury

  1. Dury was inspired to form Kilburn and the High-Roads (a pun on the road in north London) in 1971 following the death of his hero Gene Vincent. (Web site)
  2. Dury was no angel, but for all his faults he had many good points, which author Jim Drury does not neglect. (Web site)
  3. Dury was noticeably ill and had to be helped on and off stage. (Web site)
  4. Dury was now a bona fide pop star and, with The Blockheads, toured to great acclaim, conquering a number of European territories. (Web site)
  5. Dury was observably sick & experienced to become helped off and on stage. (Web site)

Dusty

  1. Dusty was a victim of cancer on 2nd March 1999 and her death was mourned across the world.
  2. Dusty was so enamored of Motown, particularly the girl groups, that she left the Springfields to pursue a solo career in soul music.
  3. Dusty was too shy to talk about her personal life but she wasn't shy to talk about her music, fame, and pitfalls of being sucessful.
  4. The name "Dusty" was given to her when she was a child, probably as she had been a tomboy in her early years.

Dusty Springfield

  1. In 2002 I interviewed Paul about the history of the Bulletin and his excellent book The Complete Dusty Springfield. (Web site)
  2. A special double issue of The Dusty Springfield Bulletin (DSB) has recently been received by subscribers of this excellent publication. (Web site)
  3. The latest issue of the Dusty Springfield Bulletin (DSB) offers members a very special DVD of classic Dusty material. (Web site)

Elkie

  1. Elkie is a keen student of the martial art of Aikido and practices on a regular basis.
  2. Elkie was a regular special guest on The Two Ronnies TV show where she performed many of her hit songs over the course of the series.
  3. Elkie was offered the role of Evita for Andrew Lloyd Webber 's 1976 concept album.

Elvis Costello

  1. Elvis Costello is a rock 'n' roll legend who's never allowed the former to lead to the latter.

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