Pixie Lott (born 12 January, 1991 in Kent, UK) is a British singer, songwriter actress and dancer. At the age of 15 she was signed to the Island Def Jam Music Group by LA Reid, and is now signed to the subsidiary Mercury Records in the UK, and Interscope in the US. Her first single, "Mama Do", is due for release on 11 May 2009, with an album due for release on 7 September 2009.
The simple combination of Baldwin's bass and singing is pure, direct, and timeless. Today, when most of the so-called musical innovators simply offer contemporary takes on already proven and accepted movements in music (neo-psychedelia, nth-wave garage bands...) Portsmouth, New Hampshire's Nat Baldwin is a true original. Baldwin is an upright bass player and a singer, but he takes both of those things to their limit, and has perfected a sound that he can call entirely his own.
Anggun (born Anggun Cipta Sasmi on April 29, 1974 in Jakarta, Indonesia) is an Indonesian singer/songwriter. She started singing in 1986. Her father, Darto Singo, was a famous singer and producer in Indonesia and Anggun decided to follow in her father's footsteps. At the tender age of 7 years she recorded her first album with children's song. At 12, after becoming interested in rock music, she recorded her second heavily rock influenced album, "Dunia Aku Punya", that in the indonesian language mean "World of mine".
There are several artists with the same name. #1. A Thailand's Pop Diva. She's got many hit albums and all got the huge success.
Name: Marsha Wattanapanich #2. A Dutch singer-songwriter and guitarist (Name: Marsha de Nooijer) from the province of Zeeland. In 2005 she was the winner of the "Zeeuwse Belofte" award (Most promising act from Zeeland).
In June 2005 she formed a band with Peter Wisse (bass)and Sander Elderkamp (drums). Early 2006 the trio went into the sudio to record a 3-track demo cd, with the help of Rob de Winter (piano/Hammond) and Ruben de Keijzer (saxophone).
Armed with little more than an acoustic guitar and her fragile alto, San Francisco folk singer/songwriter Emily Jane White offers complex tales of melancholy and isolation. While comparisons to contemporaries like Cat Power and Hope Sandoval are frequent, Emily's music owes a clear debt to classic female jazz and blues singers such as Billie Holiday. Emily's haunted blues quickly found a home on Oakland's Double Negative Records with them only hearing her 4-track demo.
'Giraffe' is either James Gardener from Santa Cruz, California, or a 1980s progressive rock band fronted by Kevin Gilbert. The former is a musician into Folk, Alt. Country, DIY- and Bluesrock. Starting of as a solo-artist, James founded the Giraffe-band in 2006 and is currently working on his third album for German CDR- and netlabel www.12rec.net (to be released in 2007). Check his EP 'Dusty Window' and the debut-album 'Giraffe LP' here at LastFM! www.myspace.com/giraffe Also, The Giraffe is a czech folk/indie/electronic project .. this artist can be found at www.myspace.com/thegiraffecz
Matt Hales (born January 17, 1972), better known as Aqualung, is a British singer/songwriter best known in the United Kingdom for his song "Strange And Beautiful", which was featured on a television advertisement for the new Volkswagen Beetle during the summer of 2002 and went on to become a Top 10 hit in the UK singles chart later that year. Prior to his success as Aqualung, Hales was known as the lead singer of mid-1990s, London-based Britpop band Ruth.
A traditional anarcho-punkband from Finland myspace: http://www.myspace.com/i98i
* 1981 – Nineteeneightyone - ist das künstlerische Alter Ego des Wiener Musikers Pieter Gabriel. Unter diesem Namen spielt(e) er seine Musik mit diversen MitmusikerInnen auch live, unter anderem bei einer Studio 2 Session von Radio FM4 im April 2008. * „City Of Last Things“ (unveröffentlicht) ist das Debütalbum von 1981. Produziert von Herwig Zamernik (Naked Lunch, Fuzzman) in dessen Fuzzroom in Klagenfurt. Der Veröffentlichungstermin ist noch unbekannt.
Karine Polwart (born 1971) is a Scottish singer-songwriter. She writes and performs music with a strong folk and roots feel, and her songs cover a wide area, from alcoholism to genocide. Despite winning the Horizon Award for Best Newcomer at the BBC Folk Awards 2005, Karine Polwart is no newcomer to the folk world, having previously been a member of Malinky and Battlefield Band. Her solo career is new, and it is for this that she has been particularly recognised.