Princess Chelsea is from Auckland, New Zealand. Her debut album "Lil' Golden Book" tells the tale of life growing up as a teenager and young adult in New Zealand. Deeply entrenched in the fantastical yet grounded with a somewhat sardonic wit, her musical fairy tale draws as much influence from Dr Dre as it does from Edvard Grieg.
There at least two artist by the name of India, one from the United States and one from the United Kingdom. 1) A highly-emotive approach to Latin music has led to Puerto Rico-born and Bronx, New York-raised La India (born: Linda Viera Caballero) being dubbed, "The Princess of Salsa." Her 1994 album, Dicen Que Soy, spent months on the Latin charts. While known for her Salsa recordings, India started out recording Freestyle w/ her debut album Breaking Night in 1990 as well as lending her vocals to many house classics.
Colleen Green always wears sunglasses onstage. Colleen Green is long hair and getting high. Colleen Green's first full-length for Hardly Art, Sock it to Me, is grounded in pure pop. Colleen Green's multi-tracked, emotive vocals take an enormous leap forward, evoking all-time heroes such as Rose Melberg and Tina Weymouth, with every drum-machine-tracked song awash in the dreamy slacker romanticism of California.
Mab was born in a very stormy and cold winter night from Psycho Jeremy (bass and vocals), and Jessica (drums). They spent almost two years saving money to buy their first drum kit and a guitar that Psycho Jeremy used to play at that time, to give birth to their dream. Mab started playing with Marina (guitar) and another friend at the bass guitar. They learnt to play for themselves, through rock, heavy metal and blues, grunge and opera, and they started gigging all around Sardinia (Italy).
Blouse is a band from Portland, Oregon and is comprised of members Charlie Hilton, Jacob Portrait, and Patrick Adams. Their debut LP signed to Brooklyn record label Captured Tracks was released November 1st, 2011. The trio also released "Shadow" a single on Sub Pop Records May 2011.
Lou Rhodes was the lead vocalist of chilled downtempo outfit Lamb who were famous for blending trip hop with jazz and elements of drum and bass. Rhodes' solo work however is more organic and rooted in folk music. Her 2006 debut solo album entitled "Beloved One" was shortlisted for the Mercury Music Prize. Rhodes' second album, Bloom, was released in October 2007. Lou Rhodes also runs Infinite Bloom records which releases her own work. B i o g r a p h y
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Rebecca Carlene Smith (b. September 26, 1955 and professionally known as Carlene Carter) is an American country singer and songwriter. She is the daughter of June Carter (later known as June Carter Cash) and her first husband, Carl Smith. From 1979-1990 she was married to English singer-songwriter, musician and producer Nick Lowe. Though her recording career had begun in the late 1970s with her eponymous debut album, it was with 1990's I Fell in Love that Carter's career really took off, with the album and title song topping the US country albums and singles charts, respectively.
Patty Griffin, born Patricia Jean Griffin, March 16th, 1964 in Old Town, Maine, is an American folk singer. She brought out her debut album Living With Ghosts--a set of demos featuring only Ms. Griffin and her guitar--to critical acclaim in 1996. Her sophomore album, Flaming Red, demonstrated a more rocking, full-band sound. The ill-fated Silver Bell album was never released by her record label, however, and the label terminated her recording contract shortly after that. Many of the songs from Silver Bell were re-recorded for subsequent albums.
Diane Cluck is a New York-based singer-songwriter loosely affiliated with the Antifolk scene centered around the open mic nights at the Sidewalk Cafe. She has recorded six albums since 2000. Performing primarily with her voice and an acoustic guitar, Cluck has also been known to make sounds with piano, organ, harmonium, handmade-xylophone, and zither. She has been influenced by dogs and her home state of Pennsylvania. "Dogs inspire me and break my heart.
Sinead Burgess is one of the Australian music industry's most promising singer/song writers. The stunning 18 year old sensation was signed to ABC Music in late 2007.
Sinead Burgess is a vocalist, guitarist, piano player and songwriter with unquestionable star quality. She is both a vibrant and sincere performer with a commanding presence both on and off stage. In March 2008, she completed her first major support tour with music legend Don Mclean. She is also a recent winner of the Queensland Quest Community Newspapers YoungStar Award in the field of Arts/Education.