The Shebeats are five fierce females who've set out on a mission to redefine pop. Boys beware, this is no ordinary girl-band. These girls combine roaring guitar solos, keyboard mayhem, pumping rhythms, massive harmonies and stuck-in-your-brain-for-a-week songs and come have up with a band that's a treat for the ears, sweet pop meets indie rock- we call it tit-rock! firstname.lastname@example.org www.myspace.com/theshebeats
Obsessive Compulsive Are An Unsigned Gothic/Punk Band From Manchester, UK. They've Released Two EPs, June 2004's 'A Demon For Every Occasion' & 'The Corpses Of Thought' In January 2007. "We're dirty and hungry and angry. We live in a van and spend most nights on a hard floor. We're passionate about music, individuality, independance, freedom and Jack Daniels. We don't want to appeal to the lowest common denominator, have a number one hit or play wembley arena. We prefer outcasts, selling our own CDs and sweaty hovels full of passionate music fans and loud, trashy music.
Milena Slavova was born on 24 February 1966 in Sofia, Bulgaria. To devote herself to music was a childhood's dream of hers. As a teenager she brought her friends to secret places and basements, where they could listen to the forbidden at that time in Bulgaria rock/punk music. The first band she got to know well, was 'Kiss'. After that, she worked for some time as a model. Her first professional attempts were in 1985.
After recording Oh Say Little Dogies, Why? (Keep Recordings, 2003) in the desert of New Mexico and the industrial area of Portland, Oregon, Shelley Short left art school in the Pacific Northwest and headed eastward to Chicago for no good reason. Pressed in limited quantity, Oh Say Little Dogies, Why? reached an extensive musical network, building critical momentum along the way. Seeking a richer, more complex sound for her next album, Captain Wild Horse (Rides the Heart of Tomorrow), Short began writing songs before and immediately after her move across the country.
Cassandra Wilson (born 4th December 1955) is a U.S. jazz vocalist and two-time Grammy Award winner from Jackson, Mississippi. Two of her albums, Blue Skies (1988) and New Moon Daughter (1996), have topped the US jazz charts, and the latter also won her a Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performance in 1997. More recently, Wilson's latest album Loverly (2008) also won the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album at the 51st Grammy Awards in 2009.
There is more than one band with the name Ipso Facto: 1) A psychedelic rock band from London (formed in 2007), highly recognisable for their black and white clothing and 1960s-influenced aesthetic. The group consists of Rosalie Cunningham (vocals, guitar, and xylophone), Cherish Kaya (organ, backing vocals, melodica, and violin), Victoria Smith (drums and percussion), and Samantha Valentine (bass guitar and backing vocals), daughter of Hilton Valentine of The Animals.
Garrett has had an extensive music career. A graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, Garrett won the Kathleen Ferrier Prize in 1979, thereby launching her career. During her time as principal soprano at English National Opera, she became well-known for her performances in productions of the operas Le Nozze di Figaro, Così fan tutte and Die Fledermaus. Garrett has performed across the whole world and has also sung opera and pop classics with Bryan Ferry, The Eurythmics and Mick Hucknall to celebrate the arrival of the new century on Millennium Eve...
There are two bands called The Shermans.
One was formed in December 1997 by Mikael Matsson and Torbjorn Thorsen after the break up of Mikael's old band, Red Sleeping Beauty. The band recruited Chrisster Nilsson to play bass and began playing live shows in and around their hometown. Eventually, Torbjorn left the band to start another band, Aerospace, and was soon replaced by Ingela Karlsson as the new Shermans vocalist.