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[..]
Aliana "Ali" Lohan (born December 22, 1993) is an aspiring singer, model, and actress. She is the younger sister of actress and pop singer Lindsay Lohan. Lohan began her career like her sister as a Ford Model, exposing her image to the public since age three. Ali has been in print campaigns for magazines such as Vogue Bambini, Teen Vogue and Rave Girl. Ali's debut single All The Way Around made its way on the iTunes Top 100. Lohan also starred in the reality program Living[..]
Candice Alley stormed onto the Australian music scene with her debut single “Falling.” As one of the hits of 2003, “Falling” claimed a Top 5 spot in the charts and Candice became the Number 1 Australian Artist to feature on the National Airplay, charting for 32 weeks. Not bad for a song that took her 20 minutes to write! On the back of the success of “Falling” and her debut album “Colorblind” Candice supported Enrique Iglesias’ Australian Tour. She also opened[..]
Already proven as a talented, sought after songwriter and revered platinum-selling artist, Marsha Ambrosius is meeting the next challenge in her already impressive musical career by reinventing herself as a solo artist with her J Records debut disc LATE NIGHTS & EARLY MORNINGS.
Hailing from Liverpool, England, fans first got a taste of Marsha’s talent as the singing half of the duo Floetry. Their 2000 debut Floetic produced signature singles like “Say Yes"[..]
A singer-songwriter from New Zealand.
Before the age of nineteen this Southland girl had already been mentored by many of New Zealand's top producers, opened for Kelly Clarkson and The Script before eighteen, at seventeen honed her songwriting skills on a U.S. scholarship that took her to Nashville and the South By South West festival in Texas, and won the Smokefree Rockquest Female Musician Award and Play It Strange competition at sixteen and fifteen respectively.
Kimbra, born and bred in Hamilton, New Zealand has been writing a fusion of jazz and soul for over 5 years, known for her erratic but graceful voice inspired by the likes of Björk and Jeff Buckley.
Kimbra's first success was in 2004, receiving Second place in the Smokefree Rockquest along with Best Vocals and Womens Musicianship.
Before her debut album, Kimbra released 2 singles: 'Simply On My Lips' and 'Deep For You'.
Kimbra's debut album, Vows was released in 2011. Three[..]
Aslyn Mitchell (b. 1980) is an American singer and songwriter originally from Gainesville, Florida. She currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She has toured with Ryan Cabrera, Ari Hest, The Click Five, Chris Isaak, and Better than Ezra. Her debut album appeared on the Capitol Records label, produced by Guy Chambers (Kylie Minogue, Delta Goodrem) and Eric Valentine.
In 2005, she released her debut album titled Lemon Love. The name Lemon Love is due to the fact that every car[..]
Ever have that distinct feeling of deja vu, but just can't seem to put your finger on where you've met before? You're positively sure you've heard the voice. Most of us are even familiar with the name. Yet by the time the majority of us fully experience The Art Of A Woman, the solo debut by singer/songwriter/producer ATHENA CAGE, we'll be left wondering why we haven't heard more of this crystal-clear, keenly melodic and spirited voice. Bringing forth an overall bright and contemporary[..]
"Auburn," as you will quickly notice, refers to more than one band. First is an R&B/pop singer who sings "La La La." Most other tracks are from a southern metalcore band of the same name.
According to the La La La Songfacts, Auburn Williams was born in Minneapolis to a single mother. She began singing in church and listened to nothing but gospel music as a kid. When she was 13, Auburn began performing with a local all-girl group called Loyal and she continued[..]
Barlow Girl is an American Christian rock–CCM all-female band from Chicago, Illinois. The band is composed of sisters Alyssa (lead vocals, bass, keyboard), Rebecca (backing vocals, guitar), and Lauren Barlow (co-lead vocals, drums). The band has won several awards in their genre; their song "Never Alone" was the longest running #1 song in 2004 on Radio and Records Christian Hit Radio (CHR) and Christian Rock charts. and was the "Song of the Year" on[..]
Francesca Battistelli (born May 18, 1985) is an Italian-American christian musician from New York City, New York. She was originally an independent artist and had released an independent album, just a breath, in 2004. Her first studio album on Fervent Records, My Paper Heart, was released on July 22, 2008. According to the Free To Be Me Songfacts, "Free To Be Me" was released as the second single from the album and it shattered records in becoming the most added song[..]
There are several artists under this name:
1. Bebe is a Spanish singer. She was born María Rebolledo in Extremadura, Spain. Her parents were members of the folk group Surberina. Her breakthrough album as a well known artist (in Spain) was entitled Pafuera Telarañas.
She won the Best New Artist award at the 2005 Latin Grammy Awards, and was nominated for five awards total.
2. BeBe (베베) is also a Korean pop/rock trio. Woo Yeon Ju provide the vocals, Mal Jjang play the guitar[..]
Beverley Mitchell is known for her role as Lucy Camden-Kinkirk on the CW series, 7th Heaven. Beverley Mitchell was born on January 22, 1981 in Arcadia, California and was noticed by an agent when she was 5 years old. Beverley's first TV series was "Big Brother Jake", she went on to be in episodes of SeaQuest DSV, Baywatch, The Faculty and Melrose Place... just to name a few. Beverley was also in the Mini-Series, "Sinatra" as the 7-9 year old Nancy Sinatra.
Sarah Buxton grew up in Lawrence, Kan., and became actively involved in music as a child by learning piano, playing flute and joining a children's choir. She sang Patty Loveless' "Blame It on Your Heart" at a talent show as a junior in high school. As she learned more about music, she became interested in songwriters and began writing poetry. After graduation, she met one of her musical idols, Stevie Nicks, who encouraged her to pursue music, which meant a move to Nashville.
Casey Donovan (Born May 13, 1988) is a singer-songwriter/ musical actress, who initially shot to fame when she won the second season of Australian Idol in 2004, at just 16 years of age. Making her the youngest person to ever to win Australian Idol and one of the youngest in the world. Her unique style and emotionally charged performances won her many fans. Including the Idol judges, most notably Ian “Dicko” Dickson who proclaimed her “not only one of the finest young talents[..]
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[..]
Nikki Cleary (born May 11, 1988 as Brittney Nicole Cleary) is a pop-rock singer.
Cleary first hit the pop market with the catchy song "I.M. Me" while still using her given name. Her debut album, Everything I Wished For, was released independently under the Free Falls record label. The album hit #45 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart. When Cleary signed with Jive Records in the summer of 2002, they asked to change her name because they already had a Britney on[..]
Virginia Patterson Hensley (born September 8, 1932 in Winchester, Virginia; died March 5, 1963 in Camden, Tennessee), better known as Patsy Cline, was a Grammy award winning American country music singer who, despite her short life, is known as one of the most influential and acclaimed female singers in the history of popular music. Cline was best known for her rich tone and emotionally expressive bold contralto voice, which along with her role as a mover and shaker in the country[..]
Coco Lee is a Chinese-American singer-songwriter, record producer and actress. While she was raised in San Francisco, she was born in Hong Kong.
Coco gained international recoginition with "A Love Before Time" from the motion picture "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." In 2002, she became the first Chinese singer to sing the U.S. National Anthem at a major global sporting event. It was around this time she released her debut English language album, "Just[..]
Cosima De Vito, also known simply as Cosima, is an Australian singer-songwriter known for her powerful diva voice. Her strong voice often draws favourable comparisons to Whitney Houston and Celine Dion.
Cosima generated some controversy when she was forced to quit the inaugural Australian Idol competition due to a throat condition at very short notice. This withdrawal caused her to be placed 3rd in the season, the highest-placed female. Network Ten was forced to issue refunds[..]
Oh hey there. Welcome to Katie Costello's abridged biography. Katie Costello is physiologically young, mentally ancient, and prides herself in having a keen eye for kitsch. When not "song-doodling," as she has been known to call it, Katie can be found sulking in public libraries, skimming through critically acclaimed tween drama-comedy novels, and/or collecting cute rocks with fun personalities from her hometown Hermosa Beach, or some other rock-abundant[..]
Kate DeAraugo (born November 5, 1985), is an Australian singer, and was the winner of the third season of Australian Idol in 2005.
A former swimming teacher, Kate DeAraugo had auditioned for Australian Idol, in both the first (2003) and in the second season (2004), but didn't manage to make it past the audition stage of the competition. Since her first two auditions, DeAraugo had travelled from Bendigo, Victoria to the Gold Coast, Queensland for singing lessons with Vanetta[..]
There are at least three artists with this name:
1. A pop singer
2. A remix group
3. Abbreviation of deepearth.void
Devin Star Tailes (born July 2, 1989), better known by her stage name Dev, is an American recording artist. She was discovered by The Cataracs when she made an Amy Winehouse cover and posted it onto MySpace back in 2008. Dev's song Booty Bounce was sampled in Far East Movement's hit single Like A G6 which reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, and sold[..]
For Whitney Duncan, it's always been about the right relationships. They helped shape her as a young girl nurturing her passion for music in a small Tennessee town. They were there to support her efforts to break into the upper reaches of the music business as a teenager. And, not long ago, when her path seemed uncertain, she knew she would find them again.
"There were times when I wondered, 'Is this going to work?’” she says, "and times when I was frustrated, but[..]
Elise Estrada (born 1989) is a Canadian pop singer from Vancouver of Filipino descent, Estrada competed in the Pinoy Pop Superstar competition in 2006.
Her 2007 debut single "Insatiable" reached number 44 in Canadian Hot 100 in the summer of 2007. The song was produced by The Beat 94.5's annual talent search competition in Vancouver.
Elise is also a former beauty queen, holding the title Ms. Vancouver Princess 2004. She was also first runner up in the Binibining[..]
Krystal Marie Harris (born November 7, 1981 in Anderson, Indiana) is a pianist and singer-songwriter. Krystal has been singing since she was just 18 months old, and playing piano since she was 3 years of age. She also plays the drums, the guitar, the bass, and the flute.
She got her first big break performing the title song Supergirl on The Princess Diaries Soundtrack. She was also known for touring with The Backstreet Boys.
Her debut album was called Me & My Piano and it was[..]
Heidi Newfield (born October 4, 1970 in Healdsburg, California) is an American country music artist. She served as lead vocalist, guitarist and harmonica player for the country music group Trick Pony (alongside Keith Burns and Ira Dean) from 1996 until 2006, when she left in pursuit of a solo career. Aubrey Collins succeeded her as the group's lead vocalist until her own departure in 2008, the same year that Trick Pony disbanded.
Newfield's first work outside of Trick Pony[..]
Hope Partlow (now Hope Wilson) (born May 31, 1988) is an american pop singer from Drummonds, Tennessee. Partlow grew up singing gospel and country songs in her native town. She was a popular act at the local legend Strand Theatre. She associated with many other local musicians who would go on to notoriety, including Chris Love and Nick Hill, whom she dated. While still in her early teens, a demo she and her family had self-produced, made its way to an aunt working as a songwriter in[..]
Sarah Hudson is a singer-songwriter signed to S-Curve Records. She is currently the lead singer of the band Ultraviolet Sound Raised in Bel Air, California, she currently lives in New York City.
Sarah is the daughter of record producer and 1970s television personality-pop singer Mark Hudson (Hudson Brothers) and Wendy Goteley. She is a first cousin of Kate Hudson, and her godfather is Ozzy Osbourne.
Hudson was featured on Frontline in its report "The Way The Music[..]
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[..]
Janis Joplin (born 19 January 1943 in Port Arthur, Texas, United States, died 4 October 1970 in Los Angeles, California) was an American singer, songwriter, composer and painter. Originally the lead singer for the blues rock band Big Brother & The Holding Company, Joplin left the band in late 1968 for a solo career. She released two solo albums, I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama! (1969) and Pearl (1971), the latter released after her death. During her solo career, she was[..]
Jeannie Ortega was born in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York and is of Puerto Rican descent. While attending Brooklyn's High School of the Performing Arts, Ortega's song "Got What It Takes," was placed on the soundtrack for the 2003 comedy Love Don't Cost a Thing, and the song "Future Is Clear" appeared on the TV show soundtrack for That's So Raven!, she was quickly signed with Hollywood Records in 2004 and released her debut single "It's R Time" in[..]
Jhene Aiko Chilombo was born on 16 March 1988 in Inglewood, California. After several collaborations, Jhene finally released her debut single in 2003. The single, called No L.O.V.E. Jhene's single didn't receive the attention expected by her label who once more delayed and then cancelled the release of her long-awaited debut album. She is also sister of Mila J. Jhene is currently back in the studio preparing for her debut album, It's About Time, which includes collaborations[..]
Syleena Johnson (born September 2, 1976 in Harvey, Illinois) 's new album 'Chapter 4: Labor Pains' available for purchase online and in stores NOW.
The new single 'Shoo Fly' is on radio now! Request it!
R&B's best kept secret is finally out. Another chapter in Syleena Johnson's book has been written. This time, it is more than recording an album. After amicably leaving an eight-year record deal with Jive Records in 2006, Syleena has launched her own label, Aneelys[..]
Kaci Lyn Battaglia was born on 3rd October 1987 in Clearwater, Florida and has been singing from an early age. At the age of 12 she was signed to the Curb record label and released her first single Paradise 2 years later in 2001. Her album Paradise (titled "I'm Not Anybody's Girl" in the USA) was released in 2002.
According to the Crazy Possessive Songfacts, after her second album flopped, Kaci went back to school for several years before relaunching her career in 2009[..]
Christy Carlson Romano (born March 20, 1984) is an American stage and film actress, author and singer. She is perhaps best known for her roles in the sitcom Even Stevens and the animated series Kim Possible, in which she is the voice of the title character, as well as garnering a considerable boost in fandom for providing the voice of Yuffie Kisaragi in Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy VII Advent Children.
In 1997, Romano made her Broadway debut in the musical Parade by Alfred Uhry[..]
Tynisha Keli Soares (born July 28, 1985), known by her stage name Tynisha Keli, is an American R&B and pop singer-songwriter, who has seen her greatest success in Japan. During her career she has worked with well known producers such as Brian Michael Cox, Justice League, Tha Corna Boyz, Robin Thicke, & Co-Stars.
She is best known for the single "I Wish You Loved Me" which was written by Rico Love and produced by Tha Corna Boyz.. The remix of the song features[..]
Keke Palmer (born Lauren Keyana Palmer on August 26, 1993) is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for playing the title role in the 2006 film, Akeelah and the Bee.
Palmer made her acting debut in 2004's Barbershop 2: Back in Business, playing the part of the niece of Queen Latifah's character. Between 2004 and 2006, she appeared in episodes of several television series, including Cold Case, Strong Medicine, ER and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and was subsequently[..]
Full Name: Lalaine Ann Vergara-Paras
Birthday: June 3, 1987
Currently Resides: Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
Lalaine has finished with her full-length album titled "Inside Story". The album has had a very limited release and did not appear on any major music charts. The tracks on this album include: We Had Something, All Fall Down, Save Myself, You Wish!, Can't Stop, You Know How to Hurt a Girl, True to Me, Shake What You Got, Running in Circles, If You Wanna Rock,[..]
Niatia Jessica Kirkland (born October 4, 1989), better known by her stage name "Lil Mama", is an American rapper, dancer, singer-songwriter and former member of Jive Records. Kirkland was born in Harlem and later moved to the East New York section of Brooklyn, New York where she attended Edward R. Murrow High School.
In 2006 she signed a recording contract with Jive Records. Lil Mama worked with producers such as Cool & Dre, Scott Storch, The Runners, Groove[..]
Lindsay Pagano was born June 22, 1986 in Philadelphia and is an American singer.
She is mostly known for her 2001 song "Everything U R", which was originally on an AOL commercial before being part of the American Pie 2 soundtrack and the theme song for the WB show Maybe It's Me. She was also signed on to represent Reebok. Het debut album shipped in stores in the fall 2001.
LiveonRelease was a Canadian all-girl pop punk/rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia. It was formed in 2001 and broke up in 2003.
The band consists of:
* Brittin Karroll: guitar
* Colette Trudeau: lead vocals
* Felicity Hearst: bass guitar
* Leah Emmott: drums
LiveonRelease's genre of music follows the likes of Blink-182. The name, LiveonRelease, originated from basketball jargon. Basketball is Brittin's favorite sport.
In 2002 they released Seeing Red,[..]
Lucy Woodward (b. October 27, 1977) is a singer/songwriter who had a hit in February 2003 with Dumb Girls. In 2005 she won a BMI Pop Award for writing Stacie Orrico's single More to Life.
Lucy was born in London, but was raised in Amsterdam and New York City. She has a very musical background: her British father is a composer and conductor and her New Yorker mother is a musicologist and an opera singer. Lucy attended a public high school in the Bronx. She started off singing in jazz cafes[..]
Teairra Marí (born Teairra Maria Thomas on December 2, 1987 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American R&B singer, who is best known for her 2005 hits "Make Her Feel Good" and "No Daddy."
According to a Billboard.com album review Teairra Mari has a 3.2 (C3-E6) octave vocal range.
Marí began her career at age 12, recording in her cousin's basement, in Holland, Michigan. She soon caught the attention of Big Mike, Ed K and Helluvah of Detroit's K.I.S.S.[..]
Marina is a name of at least four acts:
1) Marina Łuczenko, nicknamed MaRina, a Polish singer, composer and actress. She was born on 3 July 1989 in the city of Vinnytsia, Ukraine. Two years later she moved with her parents to Poland - the homeland of her grandparents. One of the landmarks and decisive stages in Marina’s life was her qualification for the "New Wave" festival (Latvia 2007) out of 7.000 candidates from 37 countries of the world. To her surprise, Marina,[..]
Mia Martina is a canadian artist from Saint-Ignace, New Brunswick and is signed to CP Records.
She has been working in the studio with Belly and RyanDan on her upcoming debut album with first single due for release in [yearslit]2010[/yearslit].
Her first single release was a cover version of Edward Maya & Vika Jigulina's "Stereo Love". It reached #10 in the Billboard Canadian Hot 100 in November 2010.
Her version is from her upcoming debut album Chasing[..]
Stephanie McIntosh was born on July 5, 1985 in Australia and is an Australian actress and singer. She is most famous for her role as Sky Mangel in the Australian soap opera Neighbours, a role she played for four years. She is the half-sister of Jason Donovan, himself a former Neighbours star, whilst her mother Sue McIntosh is a former newsreader for ABC News.
For her role on Neighbours, she was nominated as the "Most Popular New Female Talent" at the 46th Annual TV Week[..]
There are two artists with this name:
1. MEG, a Japanese singer
2. Meg, an Italian singer
1. Keiko Yorichika (頼近恵子), better known by her stage name MEG (メグ), born October 3, 1980 in Chiyoda, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, is a Japanese singer-songwriter, composer, fashion designer, and model. Initially an indies musician when she debuted in 2001, MEG became a prominent artist with her fashion label CAROLINA GLASER and her musical collaborations with Japanese[..]