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.
Beverley Knight MBE (born 22 March 1972), born Beverley Ann Smith, is a critically acclaimed British soul singer, songwriter and record producer who released her debut album in 1995. Heavily influenced by soul greats such as Sam Cooke and Aretha Franklin, Knight has released five studio albums and one compilation collection to date. Widely labelled as one of Britain's greatest soul singers, Knight is best known for her hit singles "Greatest Day", "Shoulda Woulda Coulda" and "Come As You Are" and "Made It Back".
Born: October 20, 1958
Origin: Cowes, Isle of Wight, England
Occupation(s): Singer, bassist
Instrument(s): Vocals, bass guitar
Years active: 1979 – Present
Associated acts: Level 42
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Mark King (born 20 October 1958, Cowes, Isle of Wight) is an English musician. He is most famous for being the lead singer and bassist of the band, Level 42. In the early 1980s King popularized the 1970s-era slap and pop style for playing the bass guitar by incorporating it into pop music.
Sonace is an emcee from Houston, TX. In 2010 he released his debut single with singer and performer JEPk. Beside hip hop, he is also a jazz performer and has released two free EPs in the style of avant-garde/structured improvision. His music can be found on his official website at www.myspace.com/sonacemusic
The Rosie Taylor Project are a Leeds, United Kingdom based 6-piece who inhabit a world seen through the windows of cafes and from the corners of Charles Roka gypsy paintings. Think heartfelt, observational songs of love and loss built around beautiful melodies and infectious hooks. Their sound evokes the gentle qualities of Camera Obscura, Iron & Wine and Nick Drake, but it’s their delicate simplicity and self understanding which stands out and connects to the listener.
“Matthew is one of the most fascinating figures on the UK drone underground, collaborating with thinkers like Brian Lavelle (as Fougou) and Andrew Paine (as The Blue Tree) while releasing music under his own name and the Tex La Homa pseudonym via a host of labels, including his own Apollolaan Recordings. His music delves deep in Hidden Reverse traditions, incorporating specific environmental soundings of occult landscapes into beautiful drone works that advance the oracular/hallucinogenic English underground tradition of Coil, Richard Youngs, Andrew Chalk et al.”
CFCF is the stage name of Canadian electronic musician Michael Silver. Based in Montreal, Silver took the name CFCF from the call sign of the city's CFCF-TV. CFCF's debut LP, Continent, was an impressive collage of vintage electronic textures evoking grandiose landscapes worthy of a Michael Mann film. The River, an EP based partly on Werner Herzog's classic film Fitzcarraldo, deepened a growing obsession with conjuring far-away landscapes and voyages through a style which is at times melancholy, propulsive and ecstatic.
Jerry Fish and the Mudbug Club, an alternative rock band from Dublin, Ireland. Consists of Gerard Whelan, Martin Murphy, David Frew and Enda Wyatt. The band was formely known as An Emotional Fish, formed in 1988. The New studio album from ‘Jerry Fish & The Mudbug Club’ entitled: ‘The Beautiful Untrue’ is scheduled to be released in Ireland on April the 24th. And will also be available to download shortly thereafter all over the planet earth.
The Noise Next Door is a three piece band, made up of triplet brothers from Leigh Park, England. Craig, Scott and Ed Sutton were born on 30 May 1986, to Annette and Barry Sutton. They were the final three of an already large family consisting of four girls. Their father, Barry, is a musician, and the three boys started a band at age 13 called "Trips". In 2004 John McLaughin, who has written for Busted, Blue and Sugababes, discovered them working in their local ASDA.