Lady Gaga >>


Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta (born March 28, 1986), better known by her stage name Lady Gaga, is an American pop singer-songwriter. After performing in the rock music scene of New York City's Lower East Side in 2003 and later enrolling at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, she soon signed with Streamline Records, an imprint of Interscope Records. During her early time at Interscope, she worked as a songwriter for fellow label artists and captured the attention of rapper Akon, ...

Marsheaux >>


Marsheaux is a Greek synthpop duo formed in Athens in 2003. The group is composed of vocalists, songwriters and keyboardists Marianthi Melitsi and Sophie Sarigiannidou. The name Marsheaux is derived from the first syllable of each band member's name. Both members sing almost exclusively in English. Andy McCluskey of OMD said about this band: "I do have a soft spot for Marsheaux I have to say. They have a certain sort of wispy, melancholic charm".

Aimee Mann >>

Aimee Mann has always been at the forefront of contempory songwriters. Features in the Soundtrack Magnolia

Sarah Mclachlan >>


Not only is this singer's voice as beautiful in its pure form as it is in post-production, but Sarah has also established herself as a songwriter, pianist, guitarist, vocalist, and activist, in genre-blending music.

Sharleen Spiteri >>

Sharleen Spiteri was born November 7, 1967. Her birthplace was suburban Glasgow, but she was raised in the Scottish countryside, in the small town of Balloch, on the banks of the Loch Lomond.

Her surroundings provided her with consistent outdoor adventuring, and the fractured wrist, finger, and four broken noses she suffered throughout her childhood are a testament to her affinity for mountaineering (a pastime she continues to indulge in to this day).

snipping away to stardom


CSS >>


To relate the story of a band which has no story clearly must involve a slight amount of background (and no small amount of sleight of hand). A South American venture involving a young group from Sao Paulo, a sudden sense of urgency and movementwithout a proper narrative, how could it happen? Where to begin? The official press release offers scattered insight, and translated from the original Portuguese, it remains a lively romp around the English language: "Taking the fact of not knowing h...

Ballentine >>


BALLENTINE was born in Los Angeles, when fresh off the bus from Arkansas, singer/songwriter Heather Ballentine arrived. Bound and determined to pursue her dream, Heather immersed herself into the LA music scene, where she met four extremely talented artists like herself. "All five of us were awestruck at the chemistry between us," states Heather (lead vocals), "We knew that we were valuable and sought after as solo artists, but we felt if we combined our talents we would be unstoppable."

In j...

Spice Girls >>

Like they need a description!

Mariah Carey >>


Mariah Carey, the tasty singer.

More hits than you can shake a stick at.
Great looking lass...
Not a bad voice either...
Excerpt from official site...
Mariah Carey, the biggest-selling female recording artist of the 1990's is ringing out the decade with Rainbow, her first album of all-new material since 1997's quadruple-platinum Butterfly. According to Billboard (October 16, 1999), Rainbow is "a seamless synthesis of the pure-pop sound that distinguished her earlier efforts and ...

Sugababes >>

By the late 90s a formula had been established for a sassy, glossy, seductive girl band. The music, choreography and the look were shaped by set laws. Then along came a band who blew the formula apart and proved that a fresh attitude, a passion for music and an instinctive grasp of UK street reality could run rings round market researched midriff appeal. They were Sugababes. They still are Sugababes. But this time round the sugar's fermented.

Original founding members Keisha Buchanan and Muty...