Declan Patrick MacManus (born August 25, 1954), better known by his stage name, Elvis Costello, is a popular British musician, singer, and songwriter of Irish ancestry. Some sources list his full given name as Declan Patrick Aloysius MacManus, however Aloysius was not one of his names at birth, being added years later. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elvis Costello"
Emma Shapplin (born Crystele Joliton on May 19 1974, Paris) is a French soprano who primarily performs contemporary classical crossover. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emma Shapplin"
Fanta Sacko is a Malian musician, whose debut, self-titled LP launched the bajourou music genre. She has helped establish a female singing tradition in Mali, which makes that country unique in West Africa, where female popular musicians are not generally approved of. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fanta Sacko"
Fat Mike (real name Michael Burkett, sometimes called Fatty) is the vocalist and bass player of the popular punk rock band NOFX, as well as bass player for Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. Before starting NOFX in 1983 with Erik Sandin nicknamed "Smelly" and Eric Melvin, he used to play in False Alarm. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fat Mike"
Fred Schneider ( July 1, 1951 - ) of Athens, Georgia is the lead male singer of The B-52's. He has released two solo albums, Fred Schneider & the Shake Society ( 1991) and Just Fred ( 1996), the latter produced by Steve Albini. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fred Schneider"
Freddy Fender, born Baldemar Huerta in San Benito, Texas on June 4, 1938, is a Tejano, country, and rock and roll musician, known for his work as a solo artist and in the groups Los Super Seven and the Texas Tornados. ...more on Wikipedia about "Freddy Fender"
Franchelle "Frenchie" Davis (born November 18, 1979) is ...more on Wikipedia about "Frenchie Davis"
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Gabriela Robin is a singer and lyricist, credited for nonsensical and broken language lyrics and vocals on many songs composed and arranged by Yoko Kanno. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gabriela Robin"
Troyal Garth Brooks (born February 7, 1962 in Tulsa, Oklahoma) is an American singer, songwriter, actor, and charity director who performs country music. ...more on Wikipedia about "Garth Brooks"
George Clinton (born July 22, 1941) is an American musician, considered one of the fathers of funk. He was the mastermind of the bands Parliament and Funkadelic during the 1970s and early 1980s, and was a solo funk artist as of 1981. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Clinton (funk musician)"
Giorgio Tozzi (born January 8 1923, in Chicago, Illinois) was for many years a leading bass with the Metropolitan Opera, and was seen in leading roles in nearly every major opera house worldwide. Tozzi studied at DePaul University with Rosa Raisa, Giacomo Rimini and John Daggett Howell (although he originally intended to study Biology). He made his professional debut in 1948 the Broadway production of Britten's Rape of Lucretia as Tarquinius. His signature roles included Mozart's Figaro, Phillip II, Hans Sachs, Pogner, and Gounod's Mephistopheles, among others. In 1958 he created the role of The Doctor in Samuel Barber's Vanessa. In 1960 he was honored with a Grammy award for best opera recording for The Marriage of Figaro with Erich Leinsdorf ...more on Wikipedia about "Giorgio Tozzi"
Glyn Styler is a vocalist in the tradition of Scott Walker. Statements of his background lean towards a unstable marriage, two kids, and a string of stays in mental health facilities. His music comes across as a genuine cathartic expression. He has completed LP called “Live at the Mermaid Lounge”, which is a friend’s studio with friend as the audience that are “live” on the record. He runs through some standards and some of his own material on the album. He also completed an EP [both in 1997 & on Atavistic Records in Chicago] with a hero of his own, Lydia Lunch who duets with him on the title track “The Desperate Ones”, a Jacques Brel cover. This outing also continues a instrumental version of the title track and the drum machine flavored “Won’t Stop Loving You”. ...more on Wikipedia about "Glyn Styler"
Gmysterious, real name Grafton B. Howard, is a singer and recording artist. He was discovered by bass player Nate Watts, musical director for the legendary singer/songwriter Stevie Wonder. Gmysterious was singing in the halls of Wonder's Burbank Production offices in the summer of 1990 when Nate heard him singing. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gmysterious"
Graham Parker (born November 18 1950 in London) is an English rock singer and songwriter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Graham Parker"
Grant Stevens (born 27 October 1953 in Sydney, Australia) left his homeland in the 70's for London where he recorded various albums and singles for his bands The Soho Jets and Razar, produced by The Who producer Kit Lambert. From 1981-84 he worked as singer in the German band Nervous Germans. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grant Stevens"
Hacken Lee (李克勤 born December 6, 1967), is a Hong Kong Cantonese male singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hacken Lee"
Haldor Lægreid is a Norwegian musical artist. He is most recognized as the performer of the power-ballad On My Own, Norway's entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2001 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Poor Haldor finished last, only obtaining three scarce points from the other extreme of Europe, namely Portugal. ...more on Wikipedia about "Haldor Lægreid"
Hank Williams ( September 17, 1923 – January 1, 1953) (legal name, Hiram Williams) was one of the most influential country musicians of all time, both as a singer and as a composer. In the words of country singer Faron Young, "He was the biggest change in the business. Before he came along, they were singing songs like ' Mama's Not Dead, She Just Quit Breathing'." ...more on Wikipedia about "Hank Williams"
Hibari Misora (美空ひばり, May 29, 1937 - June 24, 1989) was a Japanese singer and the predominant figure in postwar enka music. Born Kazue Kato (加藤和枝) in Yokohama, she was an accomplished singer by the age of seven, and appeared in film for the first time at age 12. Between 1949's Kanashiki kuchibue and 1971's Onna no Hanamichi, she appeared in over 60 movies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hibari Misora"
Hildur Vala Einarsdóttir is an Icelandic singer who won the 2nd season of Pop Idol Spinoff Idol Stjörnuleit. She beat out many contestants during the show's 2nd season. Idol airs on Stöð 2. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hildur Vala Einarsdóttir"
Hitomi Takahashi (高橋 瞳（たかはしひとみ) April 8, 1989 - ) is a J-Pop singer who's from Miyagi Prefecture in Japan. Hitomi debuted in 2005, and made a successful debut with her single Bokutachi no Yukue, which entered the weekly charts at #1. She's 4'8, and her favorite artists are Shiina Ringo, SHAKA LABBITS, Maroon5, Avril Lavigne, and ELLEGARDEN. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hitomi Takahashi (singer)"
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Hitomi Yaida (矢井田瞳 Yaida Hitomi born July 28, 1978 in Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan ** ) is a Japanese folk rock singer/ songwriter and guitarist. She often goes by the nickname Yaiko. She graduated from Kansai University with a degree in French language and literature. Her father, Osamu Yaida, is a professor at Kyoto Women's University. She is currently on the Aozora record label. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hitomi Yaida"
Holly Knight is a prolific songwriter, vocalist and musician, who has written some of the biggest hits in pop and rock music. She was voted Best Songwriter in the 11th annual Rolling Stone songwriters poll. ...more on Wikipedia about "Holly Knight"
HYDE (Japanized: haido, b. January 29 1969, in Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese singer in the rock band L'Arc-en-Ciel. Since hyde keeps his personal information secret, much about him is either unknown or unofficial. However, fans have speculated that his real name is Hideto Takarai (宝井秀人). He has been in the music industry for more than 10 years. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hyde (singer)"
Ian Anderson (born August 10, 1947 in Dunfermline, Fife), is a Scottish singer, songwriter, guitarist and flautist, and is best known as the head of the rock band Jethro Tull. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ian Anderson (singer and musician)"
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