There are at least five artists named "Regina": 1.finnish indie pop band www.reginaregina.com 2. Bosnian pop-rock band www.gruparegina.com (they can be also found under tag Grupa Regina, 3. Dance music singer Regina Richards from New York, 4. An ethno-pop singer Regina from Slovenia, 5. Danish children's artist. 1. Regina is a finnish indie pop band, made up by Iisa Pykäri (ex-Pajula) (vocals), Mikko Pykäri (bass, guitar and programming) and Mikko Rissanen (drums and percussion).
1) Innocence is an Urban Soul outfit headed by the lead singer Gee Morris.
The first album was a success (belief) based upon a hit single (natural thing). The follow up album (build) was more of an unknown hit, and moved more to the ambient side of soul. Gee then disbanded the group, hoping to concentrate more on producing artists and music, but she's kept up her singing and is currently working on a third album.
Born Montgomery Bernard Alexander on June 6, 1944 in Kingston, Jamaica, Monty Alexander is a jazz pianist whose style is influenced by strong Caribbean and swing feeling. A musician of a great versatility, this piano virtuoso has covered wide range of musical genres in his career from jazz to reggae, playing with either small bands or an orchestra. "My goal is to uplift", says Alexander. “The piano, to me, is a vehicle for connecting to other human beings. I'm very open to all forms of music. I'm not a bebop musician, I'm not a calypso musician, I'm not a reggae musician.
Stephanie McKay is a singer-songwriter from the Bronx, New York.
She was a member of the Brooklyn Funk Essentials and has worked with Talib Kweli, Mos Def , Tricky and Portishead's Geoff Barrow. Her debut solo album, entitled McKay, was released in 2003 in Europe but not in the US. It received critical acclaim and was likened to classic Sixties soul with elements of hip hop and electronica. She achieved some popular success with the ska influenced single 'Take Me Over' in summer 2003 and her videos were played frequently on MTV.
Kitty Brucknell is a British singer. She was born in 1984. (age 26) in Cheltenham. She is one of the British X Factor 2011 contestants. The show is still in the air and she is in the top 7. Her favorite artists are Adam Lambert, Cher, Britney Spears and Lady Gaga. On the auditions, she sang Lady Gaga's "The Edge of Glory" and after that perfomance become a real pop star.
Leela James is a Los Angeles native and soul singer who cites James Brown, Roberta Flack, and Gladys Knight, among others, as influences. Her deep, rich and gritty vocals easily draw comparisons to Aretha Franklin and Gladys Knight.
Her debut album was released on June 21, 2005, entitled A Change Is Gonna Come. The album is a soul music record incorporating the styles of 1960s and 1970s American soul singers, with a mixture of funk, R&B and gospel influences.
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Medallist's FREE live ep is available via their myspace. Coming together in and around the Bristol area in late 2006, electro rock band Medallist exist as a glorious anomaly in a musical era dominated by run of the mill 'indie bands' and fly by night 'next big things'. Haunting the Bristol scene for a couple of years now these five hipsters give artpop a positively Bristol flavour. Driving beats and synth-laden dance rhythms are overlayed with snarling guitars and vocals, complete with sleazy sneer and sweet falsettos.
Amelia Curran is a Canadian singer-songwriter. She was born in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador and currently lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The National Post describes her music as “a bit like Leonard Cohen being channeled in a dusty saloon by Patsy Cline.” Curran started playing guitar and writing songs as a teenager and eventually dropped out of university in order to busk on the streets of St. John’s. That led to her first album release in 2000, and since then she has released four more.