Boyd Rice (born 1957) is an American experimental sound artist, archivist, actor, photographer, prankster and writer best known for his pioneering industrial noise music under the name Non and Boyd Rice and Friends. he has collaborated with numerous artists. For a WEALTH of info, see Boyd's official website at http://www.boydrice.com
Madredeus is a Portuguese band whose music combines fado influences with modern folk music. The band's founding members were Pedro Ayres Magalhães (Classical guitar), Rodrigo Leão (keyboard synthesizer), Francisco Ribeiro (cello) and Teresa Salgueiro (vocals). Magalhães and Leão formed the band in 1985, Ribeiro joined in 1986. They'd been searching for a female singer, and found Teresa Salgueiro in one of Lisbon's night clubs. Teresa liked their music and agreed to join, so in 1987 Madredeus recorded their first album, Os dias da Madredeus.
Awesome National guitar-driven alt.blues that owes as much to trash country, punk and rockabilly as it does pre-war Delta blues - check him out at http://www.davearcari.com
Peter Harvey (born 1958) is an English baritone.
Harvey specialises in Baroque music.
However, he also sings works by later composers, including contemporary ones. Harvey was a choral scholar at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he studied languages before switching to music.
He then went to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. He was a soloist in the Monteverdi Choir's Bach Cantata Pilgrimage in 2000; he completed the bass parts in seventy cantatas in performance and recording.
Charley Webb (born 1979) and Hattie Webb (born 1981) were born in Kent,UK, to a hairdresser father and a tennis coach mother. They also have two brothers, who are also drummers. According to Charley, music often blared from all of the house.  Although Charley became briefly interested with being an ambulance driver, the sisters had early on decided on a career in music. Hattie played the harp, and Charley the piano.
Francis Albert Sinatra (born December 12, 1915 in Hoboken, New Jersey; died May 14, 1998 in Los Angeles, California) was an Italian American Grammy Award winning jazz singer, Academy Award winning actor, founder of Reprise Records and member of The Rat Pack. Beginning his musical career in the Swing Era along with Harry James and Tommy Dorsey, Sinatra became a highly successful solo artist, releasing 59 studio albums and becoming the idol of the 'bobby soxers'.
Steph Fraser is a singer/songwriter based in Blackpool, UK. She is signed to Sonic Vista Recordings and her first single 'Purple Sun' was released on May 19th, 2008. Reviews of the single can be seen at the official Steph Fraser website www.stephfraser.co.uk. From humble beginnings winning many talent contests, Steph has progressed to a stage where she stole the show at a Canadian Music Week showcase at the Royal York Hotel, Toronto as well as performing in front of 18,000 people for BBC Radio 2's switch on event in the autumn of 2007.
Nick Terranova. And His signature blend of catchy vocals, booming bass lines and genre-defying range are always in full effect on tour or at his "Dirty Sound" residencies at Late Night Empire in Las Vegas, crobar Chicago, Lizard Lounge in Dallas, On Broadway in San Diego, Bleu in Detroit, and Bliss in San Antonio. The energy and sexiness that are hallmarks of Terranova’s live shows are also his trademarks as a producer and remixer - a dance music "triple threat." That dirty vocal track your girlfriend keeps singing in the shower? It’s a Nick Terranova production.