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Alexandra Burke

Demonstrating the old adage “If initially you don’t be successful…,” soul vocalist Alexandra Burke surfaced victorious simply because the winner from the 5th season from the X-Factor, 3 years after getting rejected with the same present. Blessed in Islington, London, in 1988, the little girl of ex-Soul II Spirit vocalist …

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Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Kept in mind today as the author of the once enormously well-known cantata Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast, the career and music of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor are — more, sometimes, than Elgar’s — emblematic from the Edwardian era in its opulence and its own squalor. The kid of the Negro doctor from Sierra …

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Big Narstie

Brixton-born Tyrone Lindo, better referred to as Big Narstie, was as well-known like a prolific YouTuber as he was for his output like a grime MC. His most well-known video series was the agony aunt-style Uncle Discomfort videos, many shows which racked up many hundred thousand sights. He frequently explained …

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Frankmusik

Frankmusik is Vincent Frank, a vocalist, keyboardist, and maker from Croydon, Britain whose compositions nod towards the Crystal Castles’ chiptune-fueled mania and Imogen Heap’s intelligent, bittersweet electro-pop. His debut EP, Frankisum, premiered on Apparent Information, a label he co-founded with David Norland, in nov 2007. He was authorized to Common/Island …

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Charlotte Roche

Charlotte Roche (b. March 18, 1978 in Wimbledon, Britain) became known in Germany as the sponsor from the VIVA2 displays Fast Forwards and Trendspotting in the past due 90’s and early 2000’s. Until Fast Forwards was terminated in 2004, Roche’s recognition led to many TV honours and nominations, and she …

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Sadie Ama

Sadie Ama is a Uk R&B singer most prominently known on her behalf one “Fallin'” and her visitor performances on monitors by various R&B and metropolitan performers. Ama got her initial taste from the sector when her elder sister Shola Ama shot to popularity in the ’90s with her very …

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Jess Conrad

b. 1935, Brixton, London, Britain. Christened Jesse Adam, Conrad started his career being a repertory professional and film extra before getting cast being a pop vocalist in a tv play, Rock-A-Bye Barney. Originally, his singing tone of voice was overdubbed by that of Gary Mills, but in a short time …

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London

When Blackie Lawless kicked glam rock and roll hellions Nikki Sixx and Lizzie Gray away of his music group Sister, the duo started London in order to annoy Hurry fans, emulate the debauched spectacle of NY Dolls, and build upon the music of Cheap Technique, Slade, and THINK IT?S GREAT …

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Maxine Daniels

Known on her behalf ultra-smooth singing and her huge repertoire of jazz standards, Maxine Daniels is certainly among England’s most liked vocalists. On her behalf most recent record, The Storage Of Tonight, her silken vocals had been established to the accompaniment of pianist Ted Beament, guitarist Dominic Green and bassist …

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John B. Spencer

b. 5 June 1944, Hammersmith, London, Britain, d. 24 March 2002, Hammersmith, London, Britain. An extremely praised songwriter in the rock and roll tradition, Spencer didn’t achieve the industrial achievement his richly different materials deserved. He proved helpful in book submitting before playing single gigs at schools and folk night …

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