Chichino are a 6 piece pop/funk band from Leeds in the UK fronted by Narelle Brooksbank. They were signed to The Junk Label in 2007. The first single release was ‘Every Little thing’ in February 2007 which entered the official UK indie chart at number 41. The second single called ‘It Could Happen To You’ was released to UK club DJ’s in the summer of 2007 along with remixes which made number 7 in the Music Week commercial pop chart.
M People were a British house music act from Manchester which formed in 1990. They consisted of Mike Pickering, Heather Small and Paul Heard and Shovell. Pickering was a member of factory records dance act Quando Quango, but became more noted as one of the original DJs at The hacienda. Heard was a member of acid jazz band Ace Of Clubs. Heather Small was in the British Soul band Hot House who had released a number of critically acclaimed records without scoring any major success.
Thea is a Maltese artist who was born on 14th September 1991.
in 2005 she represented Malta in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
She was also nominated for the 'Best RnB Artist' in the Malta Music Awards in 2008.
She was also the Face of Vodafone in Malta that year.
Some bands find instant success, however for Selkirk, Manitoba's The Resistance it's been an uphill battle, and with the likes of Propagandhi, Comeback Kid and the Weakerthans hailing Winnipeg as home; the Resistance have some big shoes to fill. With their debut full length album, Revenge On The Riverside, The Resistance have shown that they intend to fill those shoes. Released on Montreal's Union 2112 Records, R.O.T.R.
Originally from Scotland, Shelagh McDonald moved to London in the late 1960s, where she was part of the folk-music scene. In 1970 she released her first album, Shelagh McDonald Album, which sold rather poorly. 1971's Stargazer sold better, and was critically acclaimed. However, some time after its release, McDonald disappeared and wasn't heard from again until quite recently. Shelagh McDonald's music is close to that of some of her contemporaries, for example, Sandy Denny, Nick Drake, and Duncan Browne.
There are five artists with this name:
1. A popular British alternative band active from 1993 to 1998
2. A dubstep producer from Coventry, England
3. An experimental hip-hop musician
4. A garage rock band from Oklahoma formed in 2008.
5. A minimal house producer based out of Atlanta. 1. Sleeper was a britpop group which formed in 1993 in Manchester, England. The band consisted of Louise Wener (vocals, guitar), Jon Stewart (guitar), Diid Osman (bass) and Andy Maclure (drums). The band released three albums - Smart, The It Girl and Pleased To Meet You - and split in 1998.
Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta (born March 28th, 1986 in New York, United States), best known by her stage name Lady GaGa, is an US singer-songwriter and dance-pop/electronica musician signed to Interscope Records. Lady GaGa was born in March 1986, in New York to an Italian family. She attended Convent of the Sacred Heart School and, as a little girl, she remembers singing into a plastic tape recorder to the likes of Cyndi Lauper and Michael Jackson. By age 4, Lady Gaga had taught herself to play the piano by ear, and when she was a teenager she penned her first song.
Catherine Feeny released her excellent new album 'Hurricane Glass' on Tallgrass Records last year. Produced by Sebastian Rogers and mixed by Dave Way, whose previous credits include Sheryl Crow, Fiona Apple, Macy Gray and Paul McCartney, the album is a masterclass in intimate songwriting. Originally from Philadelphia but now residing in Norfolk, Catherine signed to Tallgrass Records in November 2005 after spending the year recording her album and touring with Suzanne Vega, John Prine and Hal.