There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Alba Parietti, born in Turin, Italy, 2 July 1961. Italian film actress, television presenter and entertainer. The former representative of the Italian Miss Universe contest became known in the 1980s with the Italo-Disco Song "Only Music Survives" and the less successful "Jump and Do It" and "Dangerous". 2) Alba was a short-lived traditional Scottish band formed in 1975 by Sean O' Rourke. They released one self-titled album in 1977. Alan Macleod (Highland bagpipes, bodhran)
Legendary Italian dj known for playing slow, chuggy, cosmic disco sets. From the public dance hall to the disco, from the smooch to the shake,
from the orchestra to the deejay. Daniele Baldelli, one of the first Italian deejays, talks about and reveals the secrets of an era. Before the 1970s, the disco didn't exist. In the dance hall, live music reigned. Afterwards, people started to dance to records as an alternative or as a musical break for the orchestras.
We Are Fans is an electro/disco/funk project from Melbourne, Australia. This is also known as Harris Robotis's side project working with vocalist NY Fan. The band made their festival debut at The Hot BBQ in the summer of 09/10 with singer Maxi and drummer Ric. Their debut EP 'Inferno' was released on the 26th of August 2010.
Singer song writer & multi-instrumentalist Mark Adams aka Duke was born & bred in the West End on Newcastle, in his teens Mark let rip with a passion for the golden age of rock n
There are several artists using this name 1) Chris is a rapper from Houston, TX. Also, is a part of the group Asshole By Nature, which is lead by Trae. 2) Chris is Cristiana Cucchi, an Italian disco singer. 3) Chris is a singer/rapper from Japan. 3) Chris, full name Chris Muller, is a singer/songwriter, free improviser and producer from Rotterdam, Netherlands. His influences are too broad to mean anything here, ranging from Indie to Classical music. As a drummer, he prefers groovy stuff, as a singer or guitarist he is more prone to melancholic melodies.
Invidia are a melodic death metal band hailing from Brooklyn, New York who formed in 2000. The band was once named A Madman's Desire but quickly switched to Invidia, which is Spanish for envy/jealousy. They play melodic death metal with many leans towards thrash metal. Influences include In Flames, Opeth, Sodom, Soilwork, Exodus and many other bands.
There are four bands named Fancy. The most famous is Manfred Alois Segieth or Manfred Aulhausen. He started his career back in 1984 with his two successful singles Slice Me Nice and Chinese Eyes. In 1985 another hit song Bolero infected European countries uncontrollably (it was a top song in Spain for almost six months). For most of the next year (1986) Fancy was on the road, performing in European as well as US dance clubs. He really became famous with his 1987 album Flames Of Love.
There are two artists with this name: one from the USA another from the UK. 1. Stephen Valentine Patrick William "Steve" Allen (26 December 1921 – 30 October 2000) was an American television personality, musician, actor, comedian, and writer. Though he got his start in radio, Allen is best-known for his television career. He first gained national attention as a guest host on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Fake is an anonymous songwriting duo consisting, let's say, the brothers Jack and Jake Fake from, let's say, Baltimore USA. Their first release was their re arranged version of Lou Reed's classic "I'm waiting for the man" originally released in 1967 on the legendary The Velvet Underground and Nico album produced by Andy Warhol. Their latest tune is 1.2.3.