Alesha Anjanette Dixon, (born 7 October 1978, in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom) is an English singer, MC, songwriter, television personality and former member of R&B girl group Mis-Teeq.
After the band split in 2005, Alesha pursued a solo career. She released two singles from the album, Fired Up in 2006 but after limited success in, she was dropped by Polydor in 2006. The album was eventually released in Japan in 2008. After gaining popularity by winning[..]
In 2005, an unknown 16-year-old from Essex named Alex Day sold his deck of Yu-Gi-Oh! playing cards and used the money to buy his first electric guitar. The following year, he opened a YouTube channel and began broadcasting to a global audience.
It’s now six years later and that guitar is bandaged in sellotape and covered with nicks and dents – and Alex, now 22, has released two full-length albums and two[..]
Jahmaal Fyffe (born 26 November 1990), known better by his stage name Chipmunk, is a British hip hop & rnb artist and songwriter from Tottenham, London. He is signed with Columbia Records of Sony Music UK. He won the Best UK Newcomer at the MOBO Awards 2008. He also won Best Hip-Hop Act at the MOBO Awards 2009. He scored a UK Number 1 hit with Oopsy Daisy in 2009. He has also performed with the likes of JLS, performing at a number of their concerts when they were on tour in early 2010.[..]
Lauren Christy is a singer and songwriter born in London, England. She studied at the Bush Davies Ballet School from age 11 to 17, before she decided to become a musical artist.
She was a member of several bands. Her first band, Pink Ash, consisted of six male members and herself. She called herself Susie Reptile. After frantically writing and looking for inspiration from her keyboards, Lauren achieved both a publishing deal with EMI and a major label record contract with Polygram[..]
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Peter Doherty singer, songwriter and guitarist for Babyshambles and formerly of The Libertines. He has also released various demos solo. His debut LP Grace/Wastelands is due out 16 March 2009.
Marlon Roudette was born in London and is the son of Cameron McVey, a British music producer, and Vonnie Roudette, a designer and artist from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. He's also the stepson of Neneh Cherry according to her Wikipedia page. As a young child he moved with his mother and sister to St. Vincent, where he began his music career, and returned to London when he was 18. He was a member of R&B / Hip Hop act Mattafix. The New Age Songfacts reports that their single "Big[..]
Noisettes are a rock trio from London, England, formed in 2003 when Shingai Shoniwa and Dan Smith (formerly of the band SonarFly) began writing and playing more intensely than before. They met drummer Jamie Morrison in December 2003, and went straight into the studio to record their noisy and abrasive four-track debut, Three Moods of the Noisettes, which was released on Side Salad Records.
Eventually signing to Universal, they've since released seven singles: IWE, Scratch[..]
S Club (formerly S Club 7) is a pop group which were active from 1999 to 2003. The group have released eleven singles, all top five hits and four number ones, which are Bring It All Back, Have You Ever, Never Had A Dream Come True and Don't Stop Movin'. They have also released four albums: S Club, 7, Sunshine and Seeing Double. The group split up in 2003 and influenced pop music in many ways. They also had four series of their television show: L.A.7, Hollywood 7, Viva S Club and Miami 7.
Mathew James Willis (born 8 May 1983) is a British singer-songwriter. He first found fame as a member of the British band, Busted.
Busted was an English band consisting of Willis on bass guitar, James Bourne rhythm guitar and Charlie Simpson lead guitar and occasionally drums. Busted formed in 2001 and disbanded on 14 January 2005. While Matt was a member of Busted, the band earned a place in the Guinness World Record by selling out London's Wembley Arena six nights in a row.
The Faders were a British 3 piece female pop band with a punk image. The group formed in early 2004 and released their debut single in March 2005, "No Sleep Tonight", which charted at No. 13 in the Official UK music charts.
The lead singer of the band, Molly Lorenne (real name Molly Ure) was born on 7 March 1987. Her father is Midge Ure of Thin Lizzy and Ultravox fame.
Toy Valentine, the band's bassist and backing singer is 20 and her birthday is 4 July. She also plays guitar[..]
Cher Lloyd (born 28 July 1993) is an English singer and rapper from Malvern, Worcestershire who rose to fame from her part in the reality TV series The X Factor. Lloyd released her debut single, Swagger Jagger, on 31 July 2011 and it reached number one on the UK Singles Chart on 7 August 2011. Her debut album was released on the 7th of November 2011. After the final of The X Factor it was announced that Lloyd had been signed by SYCO MUSIC. Songwriter Autumn Rowe and producer RedOne worked[..]