Betty Davis (born Betty Mabry, 1945 in New York City, USA) is an American funk, rock and soul singer and ex-model. When she turned sixteen, Betty moved to New York and met several musicians including Jimi Hendrix and Sly Stone. She met Miles Davis in 1967 and married him in 1968. As Miles stated in his autobiography, in addition to creating turmoil in his personal life, Betty helped him to explore music by introducing him to psychedelic rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix and funk innovator Sly Stone.
Amsterdam-born singer Eva Simons hails from a long line of musicians with a pianist-father, trumpeter step-father, and vocalist mother. According to the Take Over Control Songfacts, her grandfather was accordion player Johnny Meijer (1912–92), who became so famous in Holland, that his hometown of Amsterdam even dedicated a statue to him. She has been playing piano and composing since she was a small child and graduated from the Conservatorium von Amsterdam.
"Well I was remixing various bits and pieces, releasing my own white labels etc, when I agreed to play music at a friend’s party. Afterwards my friends got together to tell me to become a dj, and that they were sick of telling me! The masterstroke came when one friend booked me for a gig at her club and refused to cancel me. I really got into it though when I realised what I could do with the technology on hand.
Jessica Lowndes (born November 8, 1988) is a Canadian actress and aspiring singer. Jessica was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. She attended Pacific Academy in Surrey, BC. She was discovered in Vancouver by the producers of Masters of Horror. She recurred as Mandi on the ABC Family hit series Greek. She is also a singer-songwriter and her song "Goodbye" was used prominently in the TV series Moonlight-- in Ep 1.12: "The Mortal Cure", CBS. 2008-01-18. She currently plays Adrianna Tate-Duncan, a pregnant teenager with a serious drug addiction, on the new 90210.
There are two artists named Parvati who share this page. The first is a Canadian singer, producer and composer of electronic dance-pop music that incorporates yogic wisdom. Known for her angelic vocals, positive-possibilities pop, lush soundscapes and catchy dance grooves, Parvati’s music has risen to #2 in the electronic charts in Canada. Parvati regularly tours to headline and teach at international music and mind/body/spirit festivals globally and has performed at notable venues, such as Madison Square Garden (NYC), Earl’s Court (London) and Club Maria (Berlin).
Jennifer Terran was born in Los Angeles, growing up in the 70’s on a dead end street in North Hollywood suberbia. She was the youngest of five children and raised Mormon though she would leave her religion at 15. Her mother Adele Kathryn was an intense, passionate woman, an artist, a dancer and a singer. Jennifers’ parents met at a nightclub- her mom singing in a very tight, sexy sequened dress, her father Tony Terran in the band.
There is a number of artists known as "George" ...the 3 most notable are: 1) An Australian group, with sibling members, Katie Noonan & Tyrone Noonan - both classically-trained musician / vocalists. They have released two albums, the first of which was the multi-platinum, ARIA-award-winning album, Polyserena, and eight EPs / singles. 2) A Manchester, UK duo of Suzy Mangion & Michael Varty. Both of them play the instruments no one else wants - old keyboards and organs, Christmas presents from the Eighties, from charity shops, corners at parties.
There are more than one artist named Beni:
1. Beni, a DJ from Australia
2. BENI is a Japanese pop singer, currenly signed to the Universal Music Japan record label. She made her debut as a member of the defunct supergroup Bishoujo Club 31, and was the first member of the group to pursue a solo career while being an active member. In 2004, she debuted on the avex trax record label as Arashiro Beni (安良城紅).
Valery Gore returns with her self-produced sophomore album, Avalanche To Wandering Bear. Her debut on Do Right Music, it
This Jennifer Lee's Albums: Wanderlust and Beyond The Frame Jennifer Lee offers up a voice for the new generation of the Tori Amos and Fiona Apple formula--"the girl and her piano," with her own unique sound. Her debut album, "beyond the frame," is a body of work comprised of thrusting piano-driven melodies and darkened, thought provoking lyrics riddled with harsh reality. This singer-songwriter strikes a nerve with her personal life experiences.