Rihanna

Rihanna performing on stage

A young star on the rise One of the most popular female artists of our time, Rihanna became world-famous after the release of her 2005 hit single “Pon De Replay”. Since then Rihanna is in the making of her 8th album called “Anti”. Rihanna was born Robyn Rihanna Fenty in 1988 20th of February in the island of Barbados. Rihanna had a rough childhood, particularly because of her fathers addiction to alcohol. This has led her to create a girl singing group when she was 15 to alleviate herself for…

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Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger is best known for her previous role of lead vocalist in the all-successful band Pussycat Dolls. Born in 1978 as Nicole Prescovia Elikolani Veliente in Hawaii, Nicoles parents divorced when she was just a baby and she traveled with her mother and stepfather to Kentucky. Nicoles inspiration to become a singer came when she heard a tape of Whitney Houston. She loved the recording so much she swore to herself to become a singer. This led her to sign up into the Wright State University in Ohio where…

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Adele

A new take on music Adele is one of the most influential female singers of our time. With hits like “Someone Like You” she has taken over the world and continues to do so with her new album 25 which was one of the most awaited albums of all time. Born in 1988 in London, Adele was an only child in the family. Her mother encouraged and supported her to try out various things. It didn’t take long for her to develop a close relationship with music, especially Etta James,…

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Bob Crosby

Born in Spokane in 1913, Bob Crosby was a famous singer, bandleader and actor. He was the brother of the infamous Bing Crosby. Bob started performing in his early 20’s with the Rhythm Boys, a male singing group created in 1925 with Bing Crosby, Harry Barris, and Al Rinker. The band is known for launching Bing’s solo career to the worldwide audience. Bob had never achieved the same level of fame like his brother Bing did, but that didn’t stop him from becoming a famous jazz musician. He had taken…

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Eminem

One of the most controversial rappers of 21st century, Eminem has left a long-lasting impression in the music and film industry. The star was born 1972 in Saint Joseph Missouri as Marshall Bruce Matters 3rd and is more known for his artistic name Eminem. Best selling artist at the start of the second millennium, Eminem has took over United States and conscientiously the world. He released his first album in 1996 called “Infinite”, but has gained world-fame in 1999 with the EP release of The Slim Shady. Not only did Eminem gained…

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Jimmy Eat World

Jimmy Eat World is an indie-pop band from Mesa, Arizona. The band formed in 1993 and has released 8 albums since then. They are made of 4 members: Jim Adkins as the lead vocalist and guitarist, Tom Linton as guitarist and supporting vocals, Rick Burch as the bassist and Zack Lind as the drummer. The band was put together by long high school friends Jim Adkins and Zach Lind who wanted to try out their musical talents with guitarist Tim Linton and bassist Mitch Porter. Jimmy Eat World takes on the…

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Alice Cooper

All about shock Alice cooper made way into our hearts his own way – by shocking us with his stage performances and videos we all loved.  He became notorious in the 1970s with his over-the-top performances on stage which shook the audiences worldwide. Alice’s birth name was Vincent Damon Furnier and he was born in Detroit in 1948. He moved from Detroit to California and some time later to Arizona with his family. He had always had a strong passion for creating music and he formed his first band while…

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Bing Crosby

At the age of 19, Bing joined a high school band that performed singing and dancing for high schools and clubs. They were called the Musicladers and their biggest achievement was performing for the KHQ, Spokane radio station. There Crosby was first introduced to phonograph on which he loved listening to Al Jolson. The group parted ways after two years of activity. Together with his friend Al Rinker he found a job at the Clemmer Theater, known today as the Bing Crosby Theater. They were performing during film pauses to entertain…

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