Ivi Adamou (Greek: ?βη Αδ?μου, born on November 24, 1993 in Paralimni, Famagusta and grew up in Ayia Napa, Famagusta, Cyprus) is a Greek Cypriot singer. She represents Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan with La La Love. The song was chosen on January 25, 2012 in a show where she also performed 2 other songs - You Don't Belong Here and Call the Police. Ivi is the second child of Adamos and Marianna Adamou. Her mother is Bulgarian. She has two sisters named Despina and Kleopatra. Ivi graduated from Paralimni Lyceum.
Jamie (Jim) Edward Lenman, born 9th November 1982 in Greenwich, is the lead singer and guitar player in the British alternative rock trio Reuben. He is a founding member of the band along with bassist Jon Pearce and is also the main songwriter for the band. Jamie has been in and out of bands since his early teenage years, a few of them alongside Jon Pearce. Jamie and Jon eventually formed the band Angel with drummer Jason Wilcock. After a demo release and prior to their first EP, the band changed drummers and renamed themselves Reuben.
Miles Hunt is the singer of highly successful 90s indie band The Wonder Stuff, and also briefly of Vent 414. His solo career began in 1999 and he has released three "proper" albums - "Hairy On The Inside" (2000), "The Miles Hunt Club" (2002, Under The artist name The Miles Hunt Club) and "Not An Exit" (2007), as well as various live albums. The latter was recorded with violinist Erika Nockalls, recent recruit to The Wonder Stuff, who seems likely to be heavily involved with future Miles Hunt output.
There are at least two music artists going by the name "Danny Jones." 1) Daniel Alan David Jones, commonly known as Danny Jones (born March 12, 1986) is one of the lead vocalists and guitarists in the British pop rock band McFly, along with fellow band members Tom Fletcher, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd. Danny comes from Bolton, Greater Manchester, and he supports Bolton Wanderers F.C.
He grew up with his mum and dad , and older sister , who was on Steps To The Stars with him in 2000, along with his best friend at the time .
The Getaway Plan is an alternative rock band based in Australia. The band formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 2004, comprising of vocalist/guitarist Matthew Wright, guitarist Clint Splattering, bassist Dave Anderson and drummer Aaron Barnett. Their debut release was a demo in 2004. In 2006 The Getaway Plan signed to Boomtown Records and made their debut release through a label, an EP titled Hold Conversation.
Naturally Seven is an internationally recognized a capella group based in New York. Their a capella style is referred to as "Vocal Play". Members are Garfield Buckley, Rod Eldridge, Warren Thomas, Jamal Reed, Roger Thomas, Dwight Stewart, and Armand "Hops" Hutton. Every sound heard during a performance (even the guitar) is produced by the vocal abilities of each member. They supported Michael Bublé on his "Call me Irresponsible" tour.
James Bourne was a member of Busted and Son of Dork.
He formed a new band called Call me when I'm 18 however most of his time now seems to be focused on his solo project Future Boy www.jamesbourne.com
Yngwie Johann Malmsteen (born Lars Johan Yngve Lannerb
Alexz Johnson (Born on November 4th, 1986, in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada) is never quite what you'd think: she is always, instead, a surprise. While she writes intimate, down-to-earth lyrics, they’re delivered with a larger-than-life, crystalline voice. “Growing up I was afraid of it,” she says, about realizing she could sing big as a small child- the sixth in a brood of ten-- in Vancouver. “I thought it would blow me away.
Busted was a pop rock band originating from London, England that consisted of James Bourne, Matt Willis and Charlie Simpson. Their debut single, "What I Go To School For" was released in 2002 and charted at #3. The album Busted followed in September 2002. November 2003 saw the release of their second album A Present for Everyone. Both albums charted at #2 in the UK. A live album, A Ticket for Everyone was released in November 2004.