A young band born out of Brighton, England. Something for Sophie sing catchy songs with a positive view on life, love and relationships. Something For Sophie formed in 2007, and quickly released their debut EP Giftwrapped, produced and recorded by Nathan Ironside (Lead singer and front man of The Stirring. This sold out within the first to weeks of availability. The band released their second record in 2008, (an EP titled 'Any Note Will Do') produced and recorded by Frankie Torpey at Rock factory studios in Harrow.
Collarbones is a long distance collaboration between Adelaide’s Travis Cook and Sydney’s Marcus Whale, beginning in 2007. The ‘Waiting for the Ghosts’ EP was released in June 2009. 'Tiger Beats', a covers and remixes mixtape was released in January 2011 on bandcamp. Debut album 'Iconography' was released in March 2011 on Two Bright Lakes.
There are at least 5 artists called Louis: 1. A Serbian ethno-pop artist, whose real name is Ljubiša Stojanović.
2. A French pop singer.
3. Louis Schefano, also of Regia.
4. A German ambient and chillout musician from Berlin
5. A band called Louis! (aka Little Louis), from Holland.
6. A Korean k-pop singer. Biographies in more details: 1) Ljubiša Stojanović Louis was born in Leskovac on June 25, 1952.
Junior Murvin (born Murvin Smith Jr. in Port Antonio, circa 1949) is a Jamaican reggae artist. He is best known for the classic single "Police and Thieves", produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry in 1976. Murvin's soaring voice and the infectious rhythm made "Police and Thieves" into an international hit during the summer of 1976. The song was so influential that it was recorded by the punk rock pioneers The Clash on their debut album the following year.
There are at least two Susans. 1. Susan (born Susan Nozaki) was a pop singer who recorded in Japan in the early 1980s. She is half-American and half-Japanese. Her music is technopop in style, mainly featuring synthesisers and drum machines. Her records were released by CBS in the UK, though no single ever reached the top 40. In Japan, Epic Sony released her music. She was known to collaborate with various members of Yellow Magic Orchestra and other Japanese producers of the time such as Kazuhiko Katoh, Hajime Tachibana and Keiichi Suzuki.
Ryan O'Shaughnessy (born 27 September 1992) is an Irish singer-songwriter from Dublin. In 2012 he reached the final of Britain's Got Talent, finishing fifth. Prior to this he was introduced to Irish audiences as a contestant on the Voice of Ireland. His debut self-named EP was released 13th August 2012 reaching number 1 on the Irish album charts and number 9 on the UK charts. His debut single "No Name" charted at number 3 on the Irish singles chart.
There are 7 artists with this name: 1) King was a British new wave pop band of the mid-80s.
2) King is a Canadian black metal band.
3) King is a symphonic death metal band of Slovakia.
4) King is a Japanese all-female hip-hop group.
5) King is a Japanese rock band.
6) King is an American metal band.
7) King was an English punk rock band in 1978. 1) King was an England-based band which was formed in 1983 after the break-up of ska revivalists the Reluctant Stereotypes of which Paul King (vocals) was a member.
Justice Crew are an all-male hip-hop dance and musical group from Sydney, Australia, who were the winners of Australia's Got Talent in 2010. The group consists of Emmanuel Rodriguez, Samson Smith, Omar Kamara, Lenny and John Pearce, Anastasios Repousis, Lukas Bellesini, Paulie Merciadez and Solo Tohi. They cover many forms of dance, from Krumping to B-Boy, Hip-Hop and Breaking. Justice Crew made their musical debut in August 2010 with the single "And Then We Dance".
Kym Mazelle (born Kimberley Grigsby in 1960, in Gary, Indiana, U.S.) is an American soul music singer. She was brought up and lived on the same street as the Jackson family and knew Michael Jackson's mother and uncle. Early in her career, in the late 1980s and early 1990s, she enjoyed major success in the European house music scene, and performed as a member of Soul II Soul. However she is probably best known as the singer of the cover version of the song "Young Hearts Run Free", in the 1996 Baz Luhrmann film, William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet.