Fergus McCormick is a British- American indie singer-songwriter based in New York City. McCormick grew up in a family of poets and writers in an old house in the country on a gravel road near Flemington, New Jersey. The family was not particularly musical but it prized the arts, often spending years abroad in England, Spain and France. At the age of thirteen, McCormick began writing songs in the singer-songwriter tradition established in North America in the 1960s and early 1970s. Like those earlier musicians, McCormick's music is folk- and country-influenced, often told from a personal perspective, literate and melodic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fergus McCormick"
Floetry is a female British hip-hop/ neo-soul duo. The members of the group are singer/ songwriter Marsha "the Songstress" Ambrosius and emcee/songwriter Natalie "the Floacist" Stewart who was born in London. The women met through their love of basketball and formed a friendship. Ambrosius attended Brits Performing Arts School and studied business and finance. Stewart experimented with acting and directing. For college, Ambrosius planned to attend the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta on a basketball scholarship but could not due to an injury. Stewart attended Middlesex University in London and later transferred to North London University. During these years, both women continued to keep in touch. Stewart was part of a girl group named 3 Plus 1. After the split of the group, her and Ambrosius decided to concentrate on a group together. ...more on Wikipedia about "Floetry"
Francis Hutcheson (c. 1722- 1773) was a British songwriter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Francis Hutcheson (songwriter)"
Frederick Edward Weatherly ( 1848- 1929) was an English lawyer, author, songwriter and radio entertainer. He wrote the lyrics of the well-known ballad Danny Boy which is set to the tune A Londonderry Air. Other famous works by Weatherly are Roses from Picardy and The Holy City. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frederick Weatherly"
Gary Barlow (born January 20, 1971 in Frodsham, Cheshire) is a British singer, songwriter, bandleader and producer. He was one of the most successful songwriters of the 1990s, penning no less than 16 hit singles during the decade. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Barlow"
Gary Brooker, MBE, (born May 29, 1945, Hackney, London), is a singer, songwriter, pianist, and founder of the classical rock band Procol Harum. Brooker was awarded the Member of the Order of the British Empire in the Queen's Birthday Honours on June 14, 2003 in recognition of his charitable services. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Brooker"
Gary Numan (born Gary Anthony James Webb on March 8, 1958) is a British singer, songwriter and electropop pioneer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gary Numan" It's my shortopedia!
George Harold Harrison, MBE ( February 25, 1943 – November 29, 2001) was a popular British guitarist, singer, songwriter, record producer, and film producer, best known as a member of The Beatles. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Harrison"
George Leybourne ( 1842 - 1884) was a British Music-Hall performer, often nicknamed Champagne Charlie, and remembered as the lyricist for "The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze". ...more on Wikipedia about "George Leybourne"
George Michael (born June 25, 1963) is an English- Cypriot pop singer/songwriter. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Michael"
Graham Gouldman (born on 10 May, 1946, in Manchester) is a British songwriter and musician, known for penning a string of hit songs in the late 1960s, and as bass player of rock group 10cc in the 1970s. His best known songs include " For Your Love" by the Yardbirds and " Bus Stop" by The Hollies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Graham Gouldman"
Graham Nash (born 2 February, 1942) is a British singer-songwriter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Graham Nash"
Grant Nicholas is the lead singer of the Indie band Feeder. Along with bassist Taka Hirose and drummers Jon Lee and later Mark Richardson, Nicholas has achieved success in the United Kingdom and is now achieving success in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grant Nicholas"
Guy Chambers (born January 12, 1963) is a British songwriter and record producer best known for his long partnership with Robbie Williams. ...more on Wikipedia about "Guy Chambers" Connect with shortopedia.
Herbert Kretzmer (born October 5, 1925) is an English songwriter and journalist, best known for the English lyrics of the hit musical Les Misérables. ...more on Wikipedia about "Herbert Kretzmer"
: This article is about the singer, Holly Golightly is also the name of the protagonist in the Truman Capote novel Breakfast at Tiffany's, played by Audrey Hepburn in the film version. ...more on Wikipedia about "Holly Golightly"
Iain Matthews (known in the 1960s first as Ian MacDonald, and from the late 1960s until 1989 as Ian Matthews) is a British musician and songwriter. Influenced by both rock'n'roll and folk music, he has performed mainly as a solo act, although he was a member of Fairport Convention during the early period where they were heavily influenced by American West Coast folk rock. He later had a solo career and fronted the bands Plainsong and Matthews Southern Comfort. ...more on Wikipedia about "Iain Matthews"
Ian Levine is a British songwriter, producer, and DJ, a veteran of the music industry since the 1960s. Levine was born in 1953 in Blackpool, England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ian Levine"
Imogen Heap (b. December 9 1977) is a British singer-songwriter from Essex. She grew up playing music from an early age, and by the time of her eleventh birthday, she had begun to write her own songs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Imogen Heap"
David Ivor Davies ( January 15, 1893 – March 6, 1951), better known as Ivor Novello, was one of the most popular entertainers of the 20th century. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ivor Novello"
Geoffery Arnold "Jeff" Beck (born June 24, 1944) is a British rock guitarist who played in a number of influential bands in the 1960s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jeff Beck"
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Jeff Lynne (born December 30, 1947) in Birmingham, UK, is a British singer-songwriter and record producer. He was the co-founder (with Roy Wood and Bev Bevan), guitarist, and lead singer of The Electric Light Orchestra in the 1970s and 1980s, as well as a co-founder of the Traveling Wilburys (with Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Tom Petty, and Roy Orbison) in the late 1980s. Prior to The Electric Light Orchestra, Lynne was a member of Idle Race and, along with Wood and Bevan, The Move. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jeff Lynne"
Jeremy Taylor (born 24 November 1937) is a British folk singer / songwriter who has spent much of his life in South Africa, but is now living in Wales. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jeremy Taylor (singer)"
Jim Dale MBE (born James Smith on August 15, 1935) is a British singer, songwriter, and actor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Dale"
Jimmy Kennedy (born July 20, 1902, died April 6, 1984) was a British songwriter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Kennedy"
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