Rasputina is a "cello rock" ensemble composed of singer/cellist Melora Creager, and various, frequently changing band members. The current lineup includes Creager (cello), Daniel Dejesus (cello), and Dawn Miceli (drums). Founded by Creager in 1992, they have long held true to their mission of enlightening the common man as to the power and versatility of the mighty cello. Historically influenced, and constantly costumed, Rasputina keeps a small legion of incredibly passionate admirers enthralled with their earnest musicianship.
Beverley Knight MBE (born 22 March 1972), born Beverley Ann Smith, is a critically acclaimed British soul singer, songwriter and record producer who released her debut album in 1995. Heavily influenced by soul greats such as Sam Cooke and Aretha Franklin, Knight has released five studio albums and one compilation collection to date. Widely labelled as one of Britain's greatest soul singers, Knight is best known for her hit singles "Greatest Day", "Shoulda Woulda Coulda" and "Come As You Are" and "Made It Back".
Valerie Poxleitner, best known as her stage name LIGHTS is a female artist from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She composes and sings electronic indie-pop songs. She has released a self-titled EP and is currently working on her first full-length album. She is perhaps best known for having her songs featured on Old Navy commercials and co-writing songs for Instant Star.
Poxleitner, at the age of 15, tried for a modeling casting held by Walmart. The modeling supervisor for these particular fliers noticed she had a guitar in her hand in her sample picture, and was wondering if she played.
Dianna Agron (b. 30 Apr 1986, in Savannah, GA, USA), is an actress - well known as Quinn Fabray (a role, in popular TV series, Glee - where she leads Quinn and the Cheerios). She spent her high school years attending Burlingame High School in California. While her 'Glee' character is a devout Christian, Agron herself is Jewish. Agron has appeared on television shows such as Shark, Close To Home, CSI: NY, Numb3rs and a recurring role on Veronica Mars.
There are, at least, three bands known as Delicatessen. 1) A jazz / bossa nova band, from Porto Alegre, Brazil. Formed by Ana Kruger (vocals), Carlos Badia (guitar), Nico Bueno (bass), Mano Gomes (drums) & sometimes, New (piano). Their work is recognized by brazilian music critics, inc: Nelson Motta & Roberto Muggiati. Their d
Carla Bozulich is a singer-songwriter. Her career started with fringe grungers Ethyl Meatplow, but she is best known for her work with The Geraldine Fibbers. Since the Fibbers' split, she has produced several solo albums, and collaborated on several projects (particularly with experimental jazz guitarist Nels Cline) such as Scarnella. Always influenced by country music, in 2003 she rerecorded Willie Nelson's concept album Red-Headed Stranger, with Nelson's collaboration, to enthusiastic reviews. Her latest album, Evangelista, was realeased in 2006.
The Amphetameanies are a nine-piece ska band from Glasgow, Scotland. Meanies' members are: Jane (vocals), Stan (vocals), Joel (drums), John Disco (guitar), Gordy (bass), Helen (keys), Mick (trumpet), James (sax) and Lindsey (trombone).
They have released two albums so far, Right Line In Nylons and Now! That's What I Call... The Amphetameanies., and numerous singles and EPs.
Their most recent release was the 'Goodbye Boyfriend' EP
Oh hey there. Welcome to Katie Costello's abridged biography. Katie Costello is physiologically young, mentally ancient, and prides herself in having a keen eye for kitsch. When not "song-doodling," as she has been known to call it, Katie can be found sulking in public libraries, skimming through critically acclaimed tween drama-comedy novels, and/or collecting cute rocks with fun personalities from her hometown Hermosa Beach, or some other rock-abundant natural setting. Katie is recognized by a unique lyrical approach to her vintage-esque original tunes.
Groove Theory is an American R&B duo, best known for their 1995 hits "Tell Me", "Keep Tryin'" and "Baby Luv", from their self-titled debut album. The original version of the group was made up of female singer Amel Larrieux and male song-writer, actor, and producer Bryce Wilson. Larrieux left the group for a solo career in 1999 and was replaced by Mekada Davis. The new line-up also signified a dramatic change in style for the group which took a more contemporary R&B approach for their second album, The Answer.