James Blunt (born James Hillier Blount, 22 February 1974) is an English singer/songwriter whose debut album, Back to Bedlam, and single releases — especially the number one hit "You're Beautiful" — brought him to fame in 2005. His style is a mix of pop, rock and folk. Along with vocals, Blunt plays a wide variety of instruments including the piano, guitar, organ, marimba, and mellotron. Blunt was educated at Elstree School, Woolhampton, then Harrow School (where he received his nickname 'Blunty'), and finally the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Inspired by the eponymous B- movie, 50ft Woman came to be in 2008. Rolling all her favourite bands into one, front woman Minki created a superhero character with a superhero soundtrack. Described as 'Blondie's forgotten love child' and a personification of 'Into the Valley of the Ultra Vixens', the catchy choruses, quirky lyrics and crunchy guitars make for a heady mix. See more, hear more on www.50ftwoman.com
Marlon Knauer (born August 19, 1987 in Berlin) is a German singer, identified on album covers, concert advertisements, and other media only by his first name. At the age of 14 he was "discovered" by Rolf Brendel, formerly the drummer for Nena. In 2002 his second single, "Lieber Gott", made in collaboration with Peter Maffay, Nena, Udo Lindenberg, Herbert Dreilich, Joachim Witt and Rolf Stahlhofen, was a breakthrough, reaching number 6 on the German charts.
Formerly lead vocalist with excellent Norwegian rockers SPAN, Jarle is now a solo artist with Universal Records. His debut album 'Ceramik City Chronicles' was released 1 September 2008. Whilst SPAN would count Aerosmith and Soundgarden amongst their influences, Jarle prefers to namecheck The Meters and Sly & The Family Stone, pursuing a funk/soul direction since the band split in 2005.
There is more than one artist with this name:
1. A German Euro-Reggae Band.
2. A Dutch rock band from Utrecht.
3. An American hiphop artist from Miami.
4. Czech band performing world music (Irish, Spanish,...) 1- Garcia is an Euro-Reggae project that was created by Alex Christensen in 1996.
The first single "Vamonos" featured the voice of Daisy Dee. The tune was composed by Carlos Canzini, Pedro Carrera, Francesco Martinez and Angelo Valdez.
The follow up singles, "Bamboleo", "La Vida Bonita" and "Kalimba De Luna" featured Ron D and Raquel Gomez.
Consuelo started out as a classical pianist in Milan where she was borne. Consuelo's determination to become an established musician/composer and her interests in production led her to move to Manchester in 1995, where she graduated in BA (Hons) Popular Music & Recording at Salford University, Greater Manchester, specialising in composition.
Consuelos focus is now the realisation of her debut album as a singer-songwriter. She moved to Cornwall January 2006 to concentrate on this project, away from distractions. Whilst here she collaborated with Hepzibahbroom (formely Zoe Pollock/Young, who composed and performed Sunshine On A Rainy Day), composing and playing the piano part on Hepzibahbroom' song Love Delights Us http://www.myspace.com/hepzibahbroom and recorded an acoustic EP "Bittersweet" at the VIP Lounge with producer Dare Mason http://www.viplounge.org.uk/about-2/dare/
The Ep was reviewed on the Bournemouth Daily Echo in 2007 by Sarah Cartlidge, who wrote:
"Singer songwriter Consuelo with a collection of six, piano-led songs are anadorned and uncomplicated but commanding and touch on her classical background, as well as her love of pop and melodic rock, glossed with her strong Italian accent, which sounds particularly pronunced on tracks I Told You That I Love You and Keep It 4 Yourself. Bittersweet makes for imaginative and atmospheric listening
Sara Cartlidge also reviewed a collection of songs, namely Ep2 (some of the recordings need to be completed) in the same newspaper this year 2011 writing:
"Italian-borne singer-songwriter Consuelo deliveres another passionate and affecting EP, following on from Bittersweet in 2007. The classically trained pianist is emotionally charged during atmospheric opener See the Light, before showcasing a gentler side lyrically and musically in Short But Intense, proving that she's completely at ease veering from edgy to soft and melodic in a heartbeat".
As a solo artist, Consuelo has played at the Acorn theatre Penzance, Cornwall, and in the Bournemouth area. She has recently finished recording "Almost Isn't Good Enough" with a fuller production, with producer Joe Grouse, mastered by Dick Beetham http://www.360mastering.co.uk/engineers/dick-beetham
Consuelo signed her first publishing deal with Sky rocket records on 20 july 2011. This will hopefully mark the start of Consuelo's career as a pro composer/musician http://www.skyrocketrecords.co.uk/#/featured-song-writers/4552838537
1.to is an indierockband from Germany
2. Death metal band from Canton, Ohio, US. Discography
3. Metal band from Danville, Virginia, US.
4. ton is a project by Greeks Dimitis Damaskos (aka Damcase) and Haris Koutsokostas (aka Vokal Idiot). Analogue sound sources, field recordings and samples create a diverse audio environment in which you can distinguish the interaction of diverse musical influences.
Earth, Wind & Fire is an American funk band, formed in Chicago, Illinois in 1969. Led by Maurice White, they are best known for their hits of the 1970s, among them "After the Love Has Gone", "September," "Reasons," "Fantasy" and "Shining Star." Earth, Wind & Fire became the first black performers to headline throughout the world without an opening act, to receive Madison Square Garden's Gold Ticket Award for selling more than 100,000 tickets and to receive the Columbia Records Crystal Globe Award for selling more than five million albums in foreign markets.