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.
Steven and Stijn Kolacny formed Scala in 1996. This exceptional youth choir from the town of Aarschot, Belgium is comprised of approximately 60 teenage girls, with Stijn conducting and Steven accompanying on piano. Scala's progress has been phenomenal from the very start. They quickly gained a reputation as one of Europe’s leading vocal ensembles, and achieved outstanding success at choir competitions throughout the world. (http://www.last.fm/music/Scala/+wiki)
The 3 members of Fangs first met whilst breakdancing ironically in the basement of a club that they heard Ian Curtis had once had a pint in. After complimenting each other on their use of eyeshadow, the two male members both attempted to seduce their future lead singer by performing 'the worm'. Once they had been helped off the floor, they conversed in halting tones (reminiscent of that employed by Deborah Harry of Blondie in hit song 'Atomic').
Janine Jansen (Utrecht, 1978) is a Dutch solo violinist. Janine Jansen is internationally recognised as one of the great violinists and a truly exciting and versatile artist. Her London debut in November 2002, with the Philharmonia Orchestra and Vladimir Ashkenazy, was quickly followed by invitations from some of the world
Maz's new single, "Smile On Sunshine" is OUT NOW! As is her debut album, Sweep. Both are available to purchase through Amazon, iTunes, HMV Digital, and all other major download sites. BIOGRAPHY
Lourdes Hernández is a singer-songwriter based in Madrid, Spain. The moniker for Lourdes comes from a lipstick color she frequently uses. Her beautifully crafted, minimal songs beam delicate folk harmonies and lustrous vocals. The band was originally formed in 2007, by Lourdes and Brian Hunt, with whom she had previously recorded some songs, and who helped her record her first album. However, before it was released, they split up.
Sabina Babayeva (Azerbaijani: S?bin? Babayeva, born December 2, 1979, Baku, Azerbaijan) is an Azerbaijani singer. She represents Azerbaijan in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012, in Baku, Azerbaijan, on 26 May 2012 with her entry, "When the Music Dies". A graduate of the Asaf Zeynally College of Music with a degree in vocal arts, she has participated in a number of song competitions both in her country and abroad.