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Brian Ferry was born in 1945 to a working-class family in Washington, North England, and in his youth did not receive a professional musical education - on the contrary, at the University of Newcastle, Brian studied art and became a professional ceramist. But since 1964, Ferry played saxophone in pubs and organized various ensembles - his first group was called The Banshees, and then, together with Graham Simpson, he created The Gas Board. But his most successful brainchild was the Roxy Music group, formed with the help of the same Simpson in November 1970.
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Gorchitza is a musical duet in the popular “girl and programmer” format, which became popular with lightning speed first in Ukraine, and later in Europe. Listeners who prefer quality in music are attracted by the modern European sound and bright English-speaking vocals. The project was created by the talented arranger and composer Alexei Gorchitza (Crimea, Kerch) and the vocalist Allois from Kiev. In August, the group performed for the first time in front of the Russian public at the Lounge Fest with a 50-minute program, preceding the performance of Morcheeba's lead singer, Sky Edwards. Despite the fact that usually "warming up" compositions are most often perceived by the public negatively and barely carry their feet off the stage, dodging beer glasses and rotten tomatoes, Gorchitza was greeted by the people very well. Many note that this stylish, timely project with high-quality fresh sound and strong lyrics from the first notes managed to create a sense of quality work in the listeners. this opinion was supported by the concept videos of the group “Call It A Dream” and “Final Cut”, which soon appeared on the air of Russian music channels.
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<p>Beyoncé Giselle Knowles is an American R&#39;n&#39;B singer, music producer, actress, dancer and model.</p><p> Born September 4, 1981 in Houston. Where, as a child, she participated in various music competitions and dance performances.</p><p> Beyoncé became famous in the 90s as a member of the R&#39;n&#39;B girl group Destiny&#39;s Child. During the Destiny&#39;s Child split, Knowles released her first solo album, Dangerously in Love (2003), for which she received a record five Grammy Awards.</p><p> In 2006, a year after the group finally broke up, Knowles released the album B&#39;Day. It peaked at # 1 on the Billboard charts and included hits like Déjà Vu, Irreplaceable and Beautiful Liar. The release of this album took Beyoncé to a new level of popularity. Her third solo album, I Am ... Sasha Fierce, released in November 2008, included the hit Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).</p><p> During each of her shows or music videos, Beyoncé changes a dozen dresses and different looks, and her repertoire during her concerts includes material ranging from old R &amp; B hits Destiny&#39;s Child to Schubert&#39;s &quot;Ave Maria&quot;. However, the classic soul remains the basis of the princess of the modern show business.</p>
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<p>Evanescence is an American rock band formed in 1996 by vocalist Amy Lee and guitarist Ben Moody. They are originally from the small town of Little Rock, Arkansas, USA. And we met at a Christian youth summer camp in 1994, when they were 13 and 14 years old, respectively.</p><p> Their joint work began with two mini-albums &quot;Evanescence&quot; and &quot;Sound Asleep&quot;, these demos appeared in 1998. However, their 2003 album &quot;Fallen&quot; brought wide popularity to the group. It has sold about 15 million copies and brought the group 2 Grammy Awards. This disc was recorded after the other musicians joined the group. Prior to that, there was the &quot;Origin&quot; album, recorded with keyboardist and backing vocalist David Hodges. Album &quot;Fallen&quot; debuted at # 7 on the US Billboard Top 200 Album Chart and stayed there for 104 weeks.</p><p> In October 2003 the collective released the single &quot;My Immortal&quot;. The songs &quot;Going Under&quot; and &quot;Everybody&#39;s Fool&quot; were also released as singles from the album. For all four songs, video clips were shot, winning in the MTV charts.</p>
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<p>DJ, composer and musician currently living and working in Romania.</p>
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Percussionists Uffe Saveri and Morten Friis were educated at the Danish Royal Conservatory, and, while still students, formed a duet, unpretentiously composing the name from the first letters of their names. At first, Uffe and Morten did not even dream of a career as a pop artist, recording their own interpretations of works by Johann Sebastian Bach (JS Bach), Frederic Chopin (Frederic Chopin), Bela Bartok and Steve Reich on marimbas and vibraphones. However, in 2000, their work unexpectedly caught the attention of DJ and producer Michael Parsberg. As a result, the track &quot;The Bongo Song&quot; was born, which immediately became a hit on radio stations and TV channels. The highlight of the new reincarnation of Safri Duo is the combination of expressive Afro-Asian drums with a frivolous club sound.
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Victoria Louise Lott received the nickname &quot;pixie&quot; (fairy) from her mother as a child, because she was a tiny girl. 5 years old, she began to sing in a church choir, and at 11 years old she received a scholarship at the oldest British acting school in Italy Conti. As a teenager, Pixie sang and performed roles in musicals and on television, gaining invaluable stage experience. Not surprisingly, producers soon noticed her - in 2007 she signed a contract with Sony / ATV Music Publishing, at the same time creating material for the first album.
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<p>The Swedish band The Cardigans was founded in Jönköping in 1992 by Peter Svensson and Magnus Sveningsson. By a happy accident, a couple of their songs ended up in the hands of the producer Tur Johansson, who contributed to the recording of their debut album. Nina Persson became the soloist.</p><p> The producer was not mistaken: the band&#39;s first album, Emmerdale, released in 1994, was voted the best album of the year by a vote by Slitz magazine, which resulted in a huge number of concerts and great popularity at home.</p>
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<p>REM is an American rock group founded in 1980. One of the main bands that influenced the development of alternative rock. The band&#39;s direction is a mixture of post-punk and folk-rock with indie rock. The name is the medical abbreviation for Rapid Eye Movement.</p><p> The first single &quot;Radio Free Europe&quot; was released in 1981, and in 1983 the band released their first album, &quot;Murmur&quot;, which received positive reviews from music critics and listeners.</p><p> After a long tour, the band released the album &quot;Green&quot; in 1988 and began to raise political and environmental issues in their songs.</p><p> The most commercially successful albums are &quot;Out of Time&quot;, released in 1991, and &quot;Automatic for the People&quot; in 1992.</p>
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In the nineties, Kelly Rowland was one of the key members of the super-successful (over 50 million records sold) girl&#39;s R&amp;B group Destiny&#39;s Child. Her solo career began suddenly and rapidly. In 2002, when there was a pause in the group&#39;s activities, Kelly recorded the song &quot;Dilemma&quot; with rapper Nelly and ended up at the top of the charts as a solo artist. Inspired by the success of the single, Kelly pushed work on her debut solo album, Simply Deep, which was released in 2003. Remaining loyal to R&amp;B, Kelly nevertheless moved away from obsessive genre clichés in favor of slightly more meaningful pop music (this trend was perfectly illustrated by the single &quot;Stole&quot;). The change in mood did not interfere with the success of the disc, the album sold two and a half million copies around the world. Around the same time, Kelly began her career as an actress and TV presenter.
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<p>Big Bang is a male music group from South Korea. The group originally consisted of 6 members, one of whom, Jang Hyun Seung (now a member of B2ST), was dropped prior to the group&#39;s official debut.<br /> The band&#39;s first release was the mini-album Always (2007), which spawned the hit single Lies. Subsequent mini-albums &quot;Hot Issue&quot; and &quot;Stand Up&quot; were also successful. Winning the Artist of the Year award at the M.net KM Music Festival and the Seoul Gayo Daesang Award, the group became active in Japan, releasing several mini-albums and digital singles. The guys almost did not promote these works, but after the release of the first physical Japanese single &quot;My Heaven&quot; a year later, they often attended various Japanese shows and music programs.<br /> Until the end of 2009, the name &quot;Big Bang&quot; began to lead in search queries in South Korea. They also became the first foreign group in Japan to receive the Best Newcomer award at the Japan Cable Broadcasting Award, and the first Korean artist to receive the Japan Records award. Over the years, the members have also taken up solo activities, with Taeyang and G-Dragon releasing solo albums and singles, while TOP, Tae Sung, and Seungri have taken up acting activities.<br /><br /> Discography<br /><br /> Korean discography<br /> Studio albums<br /> Bigbang Vol.1 (2007)<br /> Remember (2008)<br /> Special editions<br /> Big Bang Special Edition (2011)<br /> Still Alive (2012)<br /> Mini Albums<br /> Always (2007)<br /> Hot Issue (2007)<br /> Stand Up (2008)<br /> Tonight / Big Bang Special Edition (2011)<br /> Alive / Still Alive Special Edition (2012)<br /> Singles<br /> We Belong Together (2006)<br /> La La La (2006)<br /> BIGBANG (2006)<br /> Japanese discography<br /> Studio albums<br /> Number 1 (2008)<br /> Big Bang (2009)<br /> Big Bang 2 (2011)<br /> Best of Big Bang (2011)<br /> ALIVE (2012)<br /> Special editions<br /> Monster (2012)<br /> Mini Albums<br /> For the World (2008)<br /> With U (2008)<br /> Singles<br /> My Heaven (2009)<br /> Gara Gara Go! (2009)<br /> Koe wo Kikasete (2009)<br /> Tell Me Goodbye (2010)<br /> Beautiful Hangover (2010)<br /> Solo releases [edit | edit source]<br /> Taeyang<br /> Hot (2008)<br /> Solar (2010)<br /> Solar International (2010)<br /> G-dragon<br /> Heartbreaker (2009)<br /> GD &amp; TOP (2010)<br /> One of a Kind (2012)<br /> TOP<br /> Turn it Up (2010)<br /> GD &amp; TOP (2010)<br /> Seungri<br /> Strong Baby (2008)<br /> VVIP (2011)<br /> Tae Song<br /> Look at Me, Gwisun (2008)<br /> Big Hit (2009)<br /> Cotton Candy (2010)<br /> D&#39;scover (2013)</p>
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Alicia Keys started classical piano at the age of nine. The music school and the soon-to-be-started career of a performer by themselves prompted her a stage name - Keys is translated from English as &quot;keys&quot;. Alisha began writing music at the age of 14. When she was 16, she attended the prestigious Professional Performing Arts School, completing the course in just three years. Four weeks after entering Columbia University, Alisha left him to pursue a musical career.
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<p>Sir Elton Hercules John - (real name Reginald Kenneth Dwight) is a popular British rock singer, composer and pianist. He had a huge impact on the development of popular music.</p><p> Elton John has sold over 250 million records.</p><p> Elton John is one of the most commercially successful artists of the 1970s: his seven albums topped the Billboard 200, 23 singles were in the American Top 40, 16 were in the top ten and 6 climbed to number one. One of them, &quot;Candle in the Wind&quot;, sold 37 million copies.</p><p> The main features of Elton John&#39;s work are melodic talent, a rich tenor, a gospel-sounding piano, energetic orchestral arrangements, a vivid stage image and theatrical skill.</p><p> At the moment, Elton John is the author of 30 studio albums, 128 singles, the author of music for several films, cartoons and productions. A large number of collections of his best songs, albums with his works performed by other artists have been released. In addition, there are a number of videotapes and DVD discs on the market with recordings of his live performances and clips.</p>
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<p>It seems that this girl with seductive forms recently appeared on the stage - and after all, Mariah Carey was born on March 27, 1970, and will soon celebrate a serious anniversary! It is not known how the career of a young waitress would have developed if her demo tape had not been received by the president of Sony Music Tommy Mottola (who soon became the singer&#39;s husband), but being a very punchy, persistent and talented girl, Mariah very quickly staked out a place in the sun with her debut super successful album &quot;Mariah Carey&quot; (1990). Subsequent creations of the soul diva no longer needed special advertising, for they were scattered in millions of copies.</p><p> In 1991, Carey received her first Grammy in two nominations at once: &quot;Best New Artist&quot; and &quot;Best Pop Vocalist&quot;. Further, from the album &quot;Music Box&quot; (1993) to &quot;Daydream&quot; (1995), her creative-production tandem with Mottola consistently brought the singer places in the ratings and awards. And as soon as the marriage fell apart, the next album &quot;Butterfly&quot; (1996) was expecting a much more modest success.</p><p> In 1999, Carey realized her acting ambitions, starring in the film &quot;The Bachelor&quot; (The Bachelor). In the same year, she released her next studio album, Rainbow.</p><p> 2001 was the singer&#39;s first failure: Mariah parted ways with the Sony label and began a new streak of experiments. Having released an &quot;experimental&quot;, full of rap and r&#39;n&#39;b, album &quot;Glitter&quot; in early November, Maraya decided that she had a whole box of hits, and again gave birth to a collection of her own compositions, but its sales did not go as well as she wanted would.</p><p> It became obvious that it was time to remove rap and experiments from the albums - and the tenth studio album &quot;The Emancipation Of Mimi&quot; (2005) became just that, beautiful in its tradition. And it paid dividends: Billboard loves her again! April 1, 2008 joker Mariah released the album &quot;E = Mc2&quot; (the name of which is not borrowed from Einstein, but from friends-philosophers).</p><p> But most importantly, with her new work, Mariah Carey broke Elvis Presley&#39;s record: the song &quot;Touch My Body&quot; from the album &quot;E = MC2&quot; became the 18th hit in the entire history of Carey&#39;s career, which took 1st place on the Billboard charts. Elvis had 17 such hits. The Beatles have 20.</p>
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<p>Taylor Alison Swift is an American singer, songwriter and actress. Taylor grew up in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania and moved to Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 14 to pursue a musical career. Taylor signed to the independent label Big Machine Records and became the youngest songwriter ever hired by Sony / ATV Music. The release of her debut album in 2006 established her as a country music star. She received a nomination for Best New Artist at the 50th Grammy Awards.</p>
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