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- Adam Ant is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- Elton John is a noted art collector, and is believed to have one of the largest private photography collections in the world.
- Elton John was among the winners at the 52nd Annual Ivor Novello Awards, held Thursday evening in London.
- Elton John was followed quickly with the concept album Tumbleweed Connection in October 1970, which reached the Top Ten on the Billboard 200.
- Elton John was followed quickly with the concept album Tumbleweed Connection in October 1970.
- Elton John was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994.
- Iron Maiden are a British heavy metal band from east London.
- Iron Maiden are an English heavy metal band from east London.
- Iron Maiden are one of the most successful and influential bands in the heavy metal genre, having sold 80 million albums worldwide.
- Iron Maiden is a British heavy metal band from East London.
- Iron Maiden were formed on Christmas Day 1975, by Steve Harris, shortly after he left his previous group, Smiler.
- Olivia Newton-John was born in Cambridge, England on September 26th 1948; her family moved to Australia when she was 5.
- Alex Parks is a unique new female voice & 'Cry' ranks alongside Dido's 'White Flag' as a calling card for British women in rock.
- Alex Parks was the winner of BBC's Fame Academy in 2003.
- Alistair Griffin is a British singer songwriter from Yorkshire with a distinctive pure toned voice.
- Alma Cogan was born on 19 May 1932 and died aged 34 on 26 October 1966 (*cancer?june*).
- Alma Cogan is also the title of a Whitbread Book Award -winning novel by Gordon Burn published in 1991.
- Alma Cogan was a big favourite of my dads.
- Alma Cogan was one of the most successful and tragic figures in English pop music of the '50s and early '60s.
- 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.
- On January 1st 2006, Andy McCluskey announced plans to reform OMD with the McCluskey, Humphreys, Holmes and Cooper line up.
- 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.
- 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.
- Palmer returned to broad public view in 1985 in Power Station alongside John and Andy Taylor of '80s supergroup Duran Duran.
- Some of Duran Duran’s younger adherents may be slightly disappointed in guitarist Andy Taylor and bassist John Taylor.
- Anna Russell is a singer of note but a comedian of greatness.
- Anna Russell was a classic "spoofer" of operatic stories and conventions.
- The Beatles were a revelation to Epstein, opening up a whole world of youthful exuberance and uninhibited fun.
- The Beatles were by now off the road, and Epstein was tiring of the demands of his ever-expanding business.
- 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.
- 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.
- The Beatles were managed by Allan Williams ---starting in May 1960---and he booked them into Bruno Koschmider's Indra club in Hamburg.
- Berri got a full credit on the second release, which was the 45th biggest UK single of 1995.
- Bernice Berri Barbara (September 29, 1964) was raised as Andy's sister, even though she is Leslie's daughter.
- 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.
- Beth Orton is a moody lady.
- Beth Orton is an excellent singer-songwriter who weaves modern touches into more traditional folk styled songs to create some essential listening.
- Beth Orton is something special.
- Beth Orton is the new voice of folk.
- Billy Bragg is a British singer -songwriter renowned for his political activism.
- Billy Bragg is a British singer songwriter who first came to prominence in 1983 with his debut album Life's A Riot.
- Billy Bragg was born in a district of Essex that is now part of Greater London.
- Billy Bragg was the authentic, populist folksinger of the punk generation.
- He was rechristened Tommy Steele, the first of a string of Parnes clients who took on names like Duffy Power and Billy Fury.
- Adopting the stage name Adam Faith, he became - alongside Cliff Richard, Tommy Steele and Billy Fury - a pop star of the pre-Beatles era.
- Singer Ronald Wycherley was spotted at a gig in Liverpool by impressario Larry Parnes, who christened him Billy Fury.
- Brett Anderson is a sexy femmeboy.
- Brett Anderson is the first solo release from former Suede and current The Tears frontman Brett Anderson.
- British singer is a stub.
- British singer was struck and killed by speedboat in December.
- 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).
- 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.
- The British singer was praised for his cooperation during his drug review in a London courtroom today.
- Carol Decker (born September 10, 1957 in London) is an English recording artist.
- T'Pau was a late-1980s rock group led by singer Carol Decker.
- External links Carol Decker at the Internet Movie Database This biographical article about a British singer is a .
- Champagne is a single Appellation d'Origine Contr--l--e.
- Champagne is a sparkling wine produced by inducing the in-bottle secondary fermentation of wine to effect carbonation.
- The chart is for the week ending 27th March 1999.
- 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.
- The chart was still officially a Top 75, and has been ever since.
- 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.
- 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 was working as a waitress when she entered the UK talent-search show Popstars The Rivals.
- Chris Martin was left red-faced when he was refused entry to the premiere of wife Gwyneth Paltrow's new movie.
- Chris Rea is a wonderful artist.
- In the summer of 1968, Anderson joined a group called Mabel Greer's Toyshop, which also included bassist Chris Squire and guitarist Peter Banks.
- Fish is not to be confused with Phish, Chris Squire (whose nickname is "The Fish"), or Bradley Fish.
- Cilla Black is a phenomenon of truly iconic proportions.
- Cilla Black was at one time a part-time cloakroom attendant at the Cavern Club in Liverpool where the Beatles used to play.
- 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 was in everyone's homes, and gave enjoyment to all the family, and remained a successful pop recording presence.
- Cliff was in everyone's homes, and gave enjoyment to all the family, and still was a successful pop recording presence.
- Coldplay are also returning to the country to perform at the Junos on Apr.
- Coldplay are the biggest selling band from the UK, more is the pity.
- Coldplay was excellent as always.
- Coldplay was the big winner at the 2005 BT Digital Music Awards held in London last week.
- Collins was born in Montgomery, Ala., and grew up in Chicago.
- Collins was given a toy drum kit for Christmas when he was five.
- Collins was married to Andrea Bertorelli of Canada, whom he met at a drama class in London, in 1975.
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- The sea is central to Cyril Tawney.
- These either derive from the Cyril Tawney Archives or are (expertly) re-mastered recordings of gems of his repertoire both traditional and self-penned.
- 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 was born in Springville, Utah, to a family then belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
- 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.
- Dave Davies was hospitalized and released on August 27.
- David Coverdale was also back on the Black Sabbath wish list.
- David Coverdale was first married in 1974 to Julia, and their daughter Jessica was born in 1978.
- David Coverdale was revitalized by this work and the debut album, Coverdale-Page, was released in the spring of 1993.
- David McAlmont (Born May 2 1966 in Croydon, England) is one of the UK's most talented vocalists.
- 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.
- The day is the national war veteran day in Finland.
- The day is a public holiday nation-wide.
- Day: The United States Supreme Court rules that photographs of nude men are not obscene, decriminalizing nude male pornographic magazines.
- Decca was also the first record label for which Gary Glitter recorded, under the name Paul Raven.
- The name "Decca" dates back to a portable gramophone called the "Decca Dulcephone" patented in 1914 by musical instrument makers Barnett Samuel and Sons.
- Diana Ross was cast as the legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday in the Motown film production Lady Sings the Blues.
- 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.
- Dickinson was asked to come down to auditions for the band.
- Dickinson was delighted to take up this opportunity and immediately phoned up an old friend of his, Janick Gers.
- Dickinson was interested since this meant he could play larger gigs in London.
- Dickinson was later expelled from Oundle for urinating in the headmaster's dinner.
- Dickinson was not happy with the majority of the material on these efforts.
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- Drake was obsessive about practicing his guitar playing, and would often stay up through the night, experimenting with tunings, and working on songs.
- Drake was obsessive about practising his guitar playing, and would often stay up through the night, experimenting with tunings, and working on songs.
- Drake was pathologically shy and resented touring.
- Drake was reportedly in awe of Cale's musical ability.
- 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.
- Dury was no angel, but for all his faults he had many good points, which author Jim Drury does not neglect.
- Dury was noticeably ill and had to be helped on and off stage.
- Dury was now a bona fide pop star and, with The Blockheads, toured to great acclaim, conquering a number of European territories.
- Dury was observably sick & experienced to become helped off and on stage.
- Dusty was a victim of cancer on 2nd March 1999 and her death was mourned across the world.
- Dusty was so enamored of Motown, particularly the girl groups, that she left the Springfields to pursue a solo career in soul music.
- 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.
- The name "Dusty" was given to her when she was a child, probably as she had been a tomboy in her early years.
- In 2002 I interviewed Paul about the history of the Bulletin and his excellent book The Complete Dusty Springfield.
- A special double issue of The Dusty Springfield Bulletin (DSB) has recently been received by subscribers of this excellent publication.
- The latest issue of the Dusty Springfield Bulletin (DSB) offers members a very special DVD of classic Dusty material.
- Elkie is a keen student of the martial art of Aikido and practices on a regular basis.
- 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.
- Elkie was offered the role of Evita for Andrew Lloyd Webber 's 1976 concept album.
- Elvis Costello is a rock 'n' roll legend who's never allowed the former to lead to the latter.
* Adrian Borland
* Alan Hull
* Eric Woolfson
* Frankie Vaughan
* Gary Brooker
* Gavin Rossdale
* George Baker
* George Harrison
* Glenn Hughes
* Graham Nash
* Graham Parker
* Gregorian Calendar
* Greg Lake
* Holly Golightly
* Iain Matthews
* Ian Dury
* Ian Gillan
* Island Records
* Jaki Graham
* James Blunt
* Jeff Lynne
* Jeremy Taylor
* Joanne Hogg
* Joe Brown
* Joe Jackson
* Joe Strummer
* John Leyton
* John Martyn
* Jon Anderson
* Joss Stone
* Julian Cope
* Julian Lennon
* June Tabor
* Justine Frischmann
* Kate Bush
* Keren Woodward
* Kevin Ayers
* Kevin Rowland
* Kirsty Maccoll
* Larry Page
* Lemmy Kilmister
* Liam Gallagher
* Linda Thompson
* Live Album
* Marc Bolan
* Marianne Faithfull
* Mark Knopfler
* Mark Owen
* Mick Jones
* Nerina Pallot
* Nik Kershaw
* Noddy Holder
* Noel Gallagher
* Paul Carrack
* Paul Weller
* Peter Hammill
* Pop Singers
* Ranking Roger
* Ray Davies
* Rea Chris
* Richard Ashcroft
* Rick Astley
* Robbie Williams
* Robert Palmer
* Robert Smith
* Robert Wyatt
* Robin Gibb
* Robyn Hitchcock
* Roger Daltrey
* Roger Waters
* Sam Brown
* Sandie Shaw
* Sandy Denny
* Sarah Cracknell
* Sarah Dallin
* Shirley Bassey
* Shola Ama
* Sid Vicious
* Sophie Ellis Bextor
* Susan Maughan
* Tanita Tikaram
* Tasmin Archer
* Thomas Dolby
* Tim Booth
* Tina Cousins
* Tommy Scott
* Tracey Ullman
* Vera Lynn
* Virginia Astley
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