Dulce Pontes is a Portuguese musician, songwriter and vocalist who writes and performs in many music styles, including pop, folk and classical music. Her songs contributed to the 1990s revival of Portuguese urban folk music called fado. Blessed with a powerful and dramatic voice, she is one of the most famous and respected Portuguese artists. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dulce Pontes"
Dusty Springfield OBE ( April 16, 1939 – March 2, 1999) was an British singer, whose career achieved the most success in the 1960s. She is regarded by many as one of the finest soul singers of all time, and it is notable that she was held in high esteem by the many black American singers (such as Martha Reeves) whom she emulated and idolised. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dusty Springfield"
Edita Gruberová (born December 23, 1946, Bratislava) is a Slovak opera singer who is one of the most acclaimed coloraturas of recent decades. She is noted for her great tonal clarity, agility, and ability to sing high notes with great power, making her an ideal Queen of Night in her early years. In recent years, she has enjoyed great success with a number of the important bel canto roles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edita Gruberová"
Edyta Bartosiewicz (born January 1, 1966 in Warsaw) is a Polish rock singer. Her career began with the band Holloee Polloy. Her biggest hits are: 'Sen, Ostatni, Jenny, Tatuaż, "Sklamalam", " Love like fire (Milosc jak ogien)", "Opowieść" (Story), "Niewinność", "Zegar", "Szał", "4 pokoje" ( 4 rooms) feat. Kazik, "Trudno tak..." feat. Krzysztof Krawczyk., to (Have carry on, Blues for you, Good bye to the roman candles - from "english" longplay, publicated in 1992) ...more on Wikipedia about "Edyta Bartosiewicz"
Edyta Górniak (b. November 14, 1972 in Ziebice, Poland) is a Polish singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edyta Górniak"
Eimear Quinn is an Irish singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eimear Quinn"
Eivør Pálsdóttir [ ] (born July 21 1983 in Syðrugøta, Faroe Islands) is a Faroese singer/songwriter with a distinct voice and a wide range of interests in many kinds of music from jazz, folk, country, pop to classical and Christian music. Her roots are in the Faroese ballads. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eivør Pálsdóttir" Please inform your friends about www.shortopedia.com
Eladia Blázquez ( February 24, 1931, Avellaneda, Buenos Aires Province - August 31, 2005) was an Argentine tango singer and composer. El corazón al sur is considered her most popular tango. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eladia Blázquez"
Elaine Paige OBE (born Elaine Bickerstaff on March 5, 1948 in Barnet, Hertfordshire) is a world-renowned British singer and actor, primarily in musicals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elaine Paige"
Elan (born Elan Sara DeFan the 1st of March 1983, Guadalajara Mexico) is known for being one of the most successful independent Latin artist of the moment. She landed a few years ago in the fertile musical landscape of Southern California and quickly made a name for herself by being the first internationally successful Latin American independent artist as well as the first female Latina to begin her career with an English language album written completely on her own.Elan had an immense success with her debut album Street Child . Upon its release to Mexican radio, Midnight the first single for Street Child debuted #1 in airplay for most Mexican territories and stayed there for 21 weeks without relinquishing its position. Elan fans brought down 3 national servers in Mexico with e-mail requests for the song Midnight . On MTV Latin America, Elan's video for Midnight went to the Top 10 Most Wanted and went Top 10 on the Top 20 Countdown. In 2003 Elan’s first single Midnight was the second most added song to Australian radio in its first week (second only to Eminem). The song debut at number seven on the charts. On MTV Australia Midnight went to the Top Ten most requested and also went to #10 on the "Top 30 Countdown". Street Child featured guest appearances by Grammy Award Winning guitarist Slash ( Velvet Revolver & Guns N' Roses), Grammy Award Winner and Beck producer Brian Paulson, David Immergluck of The Counting Crows, legendary Mexican composer/arranger and former Herb Alpert, Paul Anka musical director and Latin Grammy Nominee Eugenio Toussaint, Alan Weatherhead of Sparklehorse and mixed by Grammy Award Winning engineer Jeff "The Pirate" Poe ( Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan, Madonna, Santana). ...more on Wikipedia about "Elan"
Elena Souliotis (sometimes spelled Suliotis) ( 28 May, 1943 - 4 December, 2004) was a soprano initially hailed as "the next Callas". Her opera recordings were best sellers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elena Souliotis"
Elisabeth Andreassen (born March 28, 1958) - also known as just "Bettan" - is a Swedish- Norwegian singer. She is mostly famous from Eurovision Song Contest 1985 when she and Hanne Krogh participated as Bobbysocks with song La det swinge, and won. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elisabeth Andreassen"
Elisabeth Grümmer ( March 31, 1911 – November 6, 1986) was a German operatic soprano. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elisabeth Grümmer"
Dame Elisabeth Schwarzkopf DBE (b. December 9, 1915), a German opera singer who later took British citizenship, is one of the leading sopranos of the post- World War II period, much admired for her performances of Mozart and Strauss. Interestingly, she is also the aunt of the United States General in the Gulf War, Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elisabeth Schwarzkopf"
Elisabeth Söderström (born May 7, 1927) is a Swedish opera soprano. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elisabeth Söderström"
Eliza Carthy born August 23, 1975. Daughter of legendary English folk musicians singer/ guitarist Martin Carthy and singer Norma Waterson. Eliza is an accomplished folk musician herself, both singing and playing fiddle. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eliza Carthy"
Emina Jahović (born January 15, 1982, in Novi Pazar, Serbia-Montenegro) is a popular Bosnian and Serbian pop singer. Emina comes from the majority-Bosniak Sandžak region and is herself ethnically a Bosniak. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emina Jahović"
Emmy Destinn (also in Czech; February 26, 1878 – January 28, 1930) was a renowned Czech operatic soprano. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emmy Destinn"
Enya (born 17 May 1961), birth name Eithne Ní Bhraonáin (sometimes presented in the media as the Anglicized Enya Brennan), is Ireland's best-selling solo musician. As a musical group, Enya is really three people: Enya herself, who composes and performs the music; Nicky Ryan, who produces the albums; and Roma Ryan, who writes the lyrics in various languages. Enya is a phonetic approximation of how Eithne is pronounced in her native Irish. ...more on Wikipedia about "Enya"
Essi Wuorela a.k.a. Super Essi (from a television show for children) is a Finnish soprano. In 1999 She has graduated from the Helsinki Pop & Jazz Conservatory as a music teacher. She sings in vocal ensemble rajaton. ...more on Wikipedia about "Essi Wuorela"
Esther Ofarim is an Israeli entertainer, formerly well-known for her partnership with her husband Abi Ofarim. ...more on Wikipedia about "Esther Ofarim" My http://www.shortopedia.com and me.
Eva Dahlgren is a Swedish musician, born June 9, 1960 in Umeå. She has since 1996 been married to Efva Attling. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eva Dahlgren"
Evelyn Thomas (b. August 22 1953) is a disco singer from Chicago Illinois. She is best known for her song "High Energy," which hit #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1984. The song was also her only Hot 100 entry, peaking at #85. She has had three additional songs hit the dance chart. ...more on Wikipedia about "Evelyn Thomas"
Ewa Demarczyk (born January 16, 1941 in Kraków, Poland) is considered one of Poland's most original and creative singing talents. Her songs convey the bleak intensity of Soviet occupation, often using the poetry of avante-garde writers like Miron Białoszewski as lyrics for sung poetry. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ewa Demarczyk"
Exene Cervenka (born February 1, 1956 in Florida), is best known as vocalist and original member of punk rock band X. She has also performed and recorded solo work doing spoken word. ...more on Wikipedia about "Exene Cervenka"
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