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Alessia Cara

Alessia Caracciolo, better known by her stage name Alessia Cara, is a Canadian singer and songwriter from Brampton, Ontario. She is currently signed to EP Entertainment and Def Jam Recordings and is best known for "Here", her debut single. Prior to her work with EP Entertainment and Def Jam, Cara was known for her acoustic song covers on YouTube.



Alessandro Lindblad, commonly known by his stage name Alesso, is a Swedish DJ and electronic dance music producer.


Alex Band

The inspiring sound of Alex Band’s powerful, emotionally charged voice is immediately recognizable to millions of music lovers, thanks to modern-day classics like “Adrienne,” “Our Lives” and the chart-topping hit “Wherever You Will Go,” which Billboard recently named the #1 Adult Pop Song of the Decade. And though We’ve All Been There, Band’s...


Alex Clare

Alex Clare is a British singer-songwriter. His debut album, The Lateness of the Hour, was released in the UK on 11 July 2011 on Island Records and was produced by Mike Spencer and Major Lazer.


Alexander O'neal

This Minneapolis soul man cut his teeth in the Time but was bounced (for looking "too black") before they signed with Warner Brothers. His tough, ballsy voice has the same grain and range as Otis Redding's. Like that master, Alexander O'Neal is comfortable with pumping dancefloor burners and slinky couch-cuddlers. He's certainly the best singer Jimmy Jam and...


Alexandra Stan

Alexandra Stan was born on June 10, 1989 in Constanta, on the Black Sea shore. She studied at the Traian Highschool and now she is a student at the Faculty of Management „Andrei Saguna“. From a very young age Alexandra showed a special interest in music singing known melodies and even creating her own songs. She grew up and evolved surrounded by music and...


Ali Thomson

Ali Thomson climbed the charts in the early '80s with the title track to his melodic set, Take a Little Rhythm. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, young Thomson stayed home and struggled with his multiplication tables while big bro Doug played bass in the British beat sect the Alan Brown Set. Doug and John Helliwell left this unit for Supertramp, and Ali began to see...


Alice Cooper

Originally, there was a band called Alice Cooper led by a singer named Vincent Damon Furnier. Under his direction, Alice Cooper pioneered a grandly theatrical and violent brand of heavy metal that was designed to shock. Drawing equally from horror movies, vaudeville, heavy metal, and garage rock, the group created a stage show that featured electric chairs,...


Alicia Bridges

Disco diva Alicia Bridges scored big in 1978 with her chart-topping hit "I Love the Nightlife." It was her biggest moment in music, making her self-titled debut a definite part of the feel-good disco scene of the late '70s. The blues-tinged "Diamond in the Rough" and "Broken Woman" were mildly successful, but Bridges never regained her disco reign. Two more...


Alicia Keys

What does it mean to be the proprietor of your destiny? If you're a singer, songwriter, pianist extraordinaire, producer, author, news correspondent, award winner, philanthropist and actress like Alicia Keys, it's probably perceived as affluence. For Keys, prosperity isn't measured monetarily but through passion, self-fulfillment and life experiences. It's this...


Alien Ant Farm

The SoCal alt-metal foursome Alien Ant Farm formed in 1996 with the raging singer/songwriter Dryden Mitchell, guitarist Terry Corso, bassist Tye Zamora, and drummer Mike Cosgrove. All were bored with their day jobs and sought something else to break them from corporate norms. Music allowed them to freely express themselves, and a friendship was born. They...


Alison Moyet

Alison Moyet, a British pop singer with a remarkably bluesy voice, began her professional career with synth pop duo Yazoo (Yaz in the U.S.) in the early '80s. In 1983, Moyet began a solo career, releasing her debut album, Alf, the following year. Alf was a major success in Britain, hitting number one on the charts and launching the hit singles "Invisible," "All...


Alive & Kicking

Alive and Kicking was a pop/rock septet from New York led by singers Pepe Cardona and Sandy Toder, who scored a number seven hit in 1970 with "Tighter, Tighter," a song co-written and produced by Tommy James. They later modified their name to Alive 'n Kickin'. Bruce Sudano, later of Brooklyn Dreams and husband of Donna Summer, was a member. ~ William Ruhlmann,...


All Star Tribute

On the 5-7 September 2001, 44 artists met together in New York to re-record Marvin Gaye's classic song "What's Going On." On the day of September 11th, the artist felt compelled to recognize the victims of more than 60 nations and their loved ones as well.  The money raised from the EP's sold was intended to benefit The September 11th Fund of the...


All-American Rejects

Vocalist/bassist Tyson Ritter and guitarist Nick Wheeler both hail from Stillwater, OK, where the pair first embraced music as an appealing diversion from the ho-hum life of small-town America. Citing such influences as AC/DC, Def Leppard, and Bon Jovi, they formed the emo-pop group All-American Rejects in 2000, while both members were still in high school....


Allen Stone

Allen Stone is an American soul musician from Chewelah, Washington, United States. His website states that people describe him as a soul and R&B singer, yet he sees himself as a "hippie with soul.” He has self-released two records, "Last To Speak" (2010) and the self-titled "Allen Stone" (2011). On his third full-length album, Stone’s...


Aloe Blacc

With “Wake Me Up”—the 2013 mega-hit he sang and co-wrote for Swedish DJ Avicii and saw climb to #1 in 102 countries across the globe—Aloe Blacc proved himself a singer/songwriter with an irresistible power to capture the complexities of human emotion. Now with his third solo album Lift Your Spirit (Blacc’s major-label full-length debut, released by...


Alter Bridge

After Alter Bridge launched their debut album in the fall of 2004, the last thing that Myles Kennedy, Mark Tremonti, Scott Phillips, and Brian Marshall could have expected was the need to start over yet again. Perhaps things do happen for a reason, because what could have been a curse turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Alter Bridge’s first...


Alton Mcclain

Heavily influenced by the Emotions, Alton McClain & Destiny was a female R&B vocal trio that was active in the late '70s and early '80s. The Los Angeles-based group was formed in 1978 when lead singer McClain (whose voice had a Deniece Williams-like quality) joined forces with backup singers D'Marie Warren and Robyrda Stiger. That year, they signed with...


Amanda Perez

True artistic soul blended with an unlimited array of sonic flavors like hip hop, smooth R&B, and fresh rhymes are barely the tip the iceberg. Twenty-Four year old Virgin recording artist Amanda Perez has a voice that shines through every heartfelt soul groove and flows with every rhyme. Perez's musical gift couldn't be more evident on her new album and single...

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