There are at least six artists named Plastic:
1. a german electro - ebm band similar to A23 in style there album black colours has been hailed by many as a masterpice
http://www.myspace.com/plasticmusicde 2.Plastic are Agnieszka Burcan (vocal, keyboards, programming) and Pawel Radziszewski (guitar, scratches, programming). Their debut album is full of various music vibes. It takes you on a journey from dance, house through electro, funk, and drum’n’bass to chillout.
There are at least six artists named Plastic:
Milkwood (1) Milkwood (2006 - present) are an unconventional folk trio featuring Truly Johnston (vocals, guitar, violin etc.), Olly Stirrup (bass, guitar etc.) Alex Iossifidis (drums etc.). Influenced by 60s Folk and Blues (Renbourn and Jansch, Fairport Convention, Neil Young), early Punk Rock, Post-Rock, Americana and various Lo-fi genres. More recent influences include Neutral Milk Hotel, Bonnie Prince Billy, Smog / Bill Callahan and Nina Nastasia. Their self-released debut album called 'All Of Its Ways’ can be purchased from: http://milkwoodband.blogspot.com/
Donny & Marie was a variety show which aired on ABC from January 1976 to May 1979. The show starred brother and sister pop duo Donny Osmond and Marie Osmond. Donny had first become popular singing in a music group with his brothers, The Osmonds, and Marie was one of the youngest singers to reach #1 on the Billboard Country Music charts (with "Paper Roses", in 1973). The siblings were given the show by ABC-TV President Fred Silverman after he saw the duo co-host a week on The Mike Douglas Show which followed their series of popular remakes of oldies...
Formed in 1976 in Liverpool Art College, the members where all members of the same art college as Deaf School two years before them.
The Band consisted of Henry Priestman on vocals and keyboards; Martin Watson on Guitar and Vocals; Bob Bellis on Drums; Martin Dempsey on Bass and JJ Campbell on vocals.
Two albums where recorded Yachts (1979) and Yachts Without Radar (1980) and a clutch of singles.
Slade is a glam / hard rock group from Wolverhampton, England in the West Midlands they were formed in 1966 by Noddy Holder (Lead vocal & Rhythm Guitar), Dave Hill (Lead guitar), Jim Lea (Bass) and Don Powell (Drums). The group started out as the N'Betweens and were mainly a R&B act. They changed their name to Ambrose Slade and later shortened it to just Slade. In the late 60's they hooked up with manager Chas Chandler who proved to be the missing link, convincing the group to use the heavier rock style with clapping hands and stamping feet which they had success with live.
Barbra Streisand (born Barbara Joan Streisand; April 24, 1942 in Brooklyn, NY) is an Academy Award-winning American singer, theater and film actress, composer, liberal political activist, and film producer and director. She has won Oscars for Best Actress and Best Original Song as well as multiple Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, Golden Globe Awards and an honorary Tony Award. She received the prestigious Kennedy Center Honor on December 7, 2008. She is the most successful female recording artist according to the Recording Industry Assoc. of America (RIAA).
Cymande were an eclectic band who released several albums throughout the early seventies. They arrived in London, England from Guyana and Jamaica and developed a subtle, deep funk style heavily influenced by Calypso rhythms, jazz, African music, and American soul. Cymande can now be seen as one of the most sophisticated of the heavy funk acts that evolved in the early 1970's. By the mid-seventies the band members were going their separate ways. It wasn't until 20 years later that they reaped any financial rewards, as their music became a popular source for samplers.
Uriah Heep is a British rock band, officially formed in 1969 in England, when record producer Gerry Bron invited keyboardist Ken Hensley (previously a member of The Gods and Toe Fat) to join Spice, a band signed to his own Bronze Records label. Sometimes jokingly referred to as "The Beach Boys of heavy metal" for their melodic songs, and trademark multi-part harmony backing vocals, although their music draws on diverse influences including psychedelia, gothic sound, progressive rock, hard rock, early heavy metal, jazz, and even country on occasion.
Formed in Croydon in mid 1976, the band were present at UK punk’s birth. Johnny Moped became one of the pioneering punk bands that played live in the first few months of London’s now-legendary Roxy Club. They played two gigs in February 1977, one supporting Eater and one backing The Damned. Again, in March, they played another two gigs, one supporting Slaughter and The Dogs and the other backing The Damned. In April, they were on a bill that included Wire, X-Ray Spex and the Buzzcocks.