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Sugababes

Sugababes

The U.K. trio Sugababes jumped the teen pop bandwagon prior to the new millennium surge and exuded their own sassy demeanor without the frivolity of most mainstream acts. Siobhan Donaghy, Keisha Buchanan, and Mutya Buena were barely in their teens when they formed in 1998, but individually came together for a liking of garage, hip-hop, and dance music. Initially, Sugababes were three friends who enjoyed singing along to the radio -- Buchanan and Buena had been pals since primary school, and a chance meeting with Donaghy molded a fierce bond.

Suzi Quatro

Suzi Quatro

It´s pretty far-fetched, as some revisionists are now claiming, to view Suzi Quatro as a precursor to the "riot grrrls" of the ´90s. Her brand of mid-´70s glam pop was far more innocuous and, in any case, often supplied by professional songwriters.

Tatiana Borodina

Solo sprano of Mariinsky Opera House. Prize winner at the «Young Voices of East»: International Competition of Singers (Rome, 1997) and the International Rimsky-Korsakov Vocal Competition (St. Petersburg, 1998).

Tango Seduction
The Killers

The Killers

Brandon Flowers (vocals/keyboards), David Keuning (guitar), Mark Stoermer (bass), and Ronnie Vannucci (drums) took the fashionista pop world by storm in summer 2004 with «Somebody Told Me.»

Thomas Anders

Thomas Anders

Thomas Anders (real name Bernd Weidung, born March 1, 1963 in Mьnstermaifeld, Germany) is a German singer, composer and producer. His parents were Helga and Peter Weidung. He has one brother (Achim) and one sister (Tania). He was married to Nora Balling from 1985 to 1999. At present his wife is Claudia Hess. He has a son called Alexander Mick.

The Rasmus

The Rasmus

The four members of Helsinki’s melodically rocking the Rasmus formed the band in 1995 while still in high school because Finland’s English music scene — in their own words — «sucked.»

The Prodigy

The Prodigy

The Prodigy navigated the high-wire, balancing artistic merit and mainstream visibility with more flair than any electronica act of the 1990s. Ably defeating the image-unconscious attitude of most electronic artists in favor of a focus on nominal frontman Keith Flint, the group crossed over to the mainstream of pop music with an incendiary live experience that approximated the original atmosphere of the British rave scene even while leaning uncomfortably close to arena-rock showmanship and punk theatrics.

The «D’Black» band

The «D’Black» band

The «D’Black» band was formed in February 2000. They play their own exciting blend of rhythm & blues, with jazz, funk and soul influences, as well as some well known Russian and western cover versions.
The band’s website: www.claptomania.com.

Tito & Tarantula

Tito & Tarantula

Latin rockers Tito and Tarantula were headlined by singer/guitarist Tito Larriva, previously best known for founding the seminal Los Angeles punk band the Plugz.

Toto Cutugno

Toto Cutugno

He began his musical career as a drummer, but later formed a band that performed his own songs. He also had written for popular French-American singer Joe Dassin, contributing some of his most famous songs, including "L´été indien", "Et si tu n´existais pas" and Le Jardin du Luxembourg (written with Vito Pallavicini).

U.F.O.

U.F.O.

Vocalist Phil Mogg, guitarist Mick Bolton, bassist Pete Way, and drummer Andy Parker formed the British space metal outfit UFO in 1969. Originally known as Hocus Pocus, the group, which took the name UFO in honor of a London club, debuted in 1971 with UFO 1.

Uriah Heep

Uriah Heep

Uriah Heep’s by-the-books progressive heavy metal made the British band one of the most popular hard rock groups of the early ’70s. Formed by vocalist David Byron and guitarist Mick Box in the late ’60s, the group went through an astonishing number of members over the next two decades — nearly 30 different musicians passed through the band over the years.

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