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AMBROSIA

Ambrosia

Los Angeles quartet Ambrosia, whose founding members included guitarist/vocalist David Pack, bassist/vocalist Joe Puerta, keyboardist Christopher North, and drummer Burleigh Drummond, fused symphonic art rock with a slickly produced pop sound. The group was discovered in 1971 by Los Angeles Philharmonic conductor Zubin Mehta, who featured Ambrosia as part of a...

AMERICA

America

America was a light folk-rock act of the early '70s who had several Top Ten hits, including the number ones "A Horse with No Name" and "Sister Golden Hair." Vocalists/guitarists Dewey Bunnell, Dan Peek, and Gerry Beckley met while they were still in high school in the late '60s; all three were sons of U.S. Air Force officers who were stationed in the U.K. After...

AMERICAN AUTHORS

American Authors

American Authors are an American indie rock band based in Brooklyn, New York. We express our experiences as a shared unit, through music and an agreement of sound. With lows come highs and fighting always has an end. We accept struggle and are passionate about the lives we lead. We create the music that comes naturally to us and we're not afraid of...

AMERICAN HI-FI

American Hi-Fi

Drummer Stacy Jones already had his hand in rock & roll prior to his gig with American Hi-Fi. Having been a part of some of the 1990's biggest alternative acts, Letters to Cleo and Veruca Salt, Jones turned his experience inside out for his own musical project. While working on Nina Gordon's Tonight and the Rest of My Life solo album, Jones looked toward the...

AMERIE

Amerie

While it is often said that “all is fair in love and war,” not much is mentioned about the place where the two intersect. With her fourth album, In Love & War, superstar Amerie proves she has survived the twisted road to that inevitable collision and lived to sing about it. Since Amerie first debuted in 2002 with the smash single “Why Don’t We...

AMII STEWART

Amii Stewart

Washington, D.C., vocalist Amii Stewart came whooping and shouting into the spotlight with an amazing though unconventional cover of Eddie Floyd's "Knock on Wood." Her boisterous vocal, coupled with a non-stop arrangement and equally unrestrained backing vocals, topped the pop charts in 1979 and reached number six on the R&B side. Stewart, who was in the...

AMINE

Amine

Adam Aminé Daniel, professionally known as Aminé, is an American hip hop recording artist from Portland, Oregon. He is best known for his commercial debut single, "Caroline.”   In August 2015, Aminé signed a record deal with Republic Records. On March 9, 2016, he released his debut single, called "Caroline". On June 1, 2016, he...

AMY GRANT

Amy Grant

Although Amy Grant cannot claim to have invented the contemporary Christian music (CCM) style of gospel music, she did the most to popularize it in the 1970s and 1980s before successfully crossing over to pop music in the '80s and early '90s. When Grant came along as a teenager in the mid-'70s, "inspirational" (i.e., white) gospel music was a tiny subgenre, its...

AMY HOLLAND

Amy Holland

Singer Amy Holland scored a Top 30 hit with her soft rock track "How Do I Survive" in 1980. The song, taken from her album Amy Holland, was produced by Doobie Brother Michael McDonald and featured several notable musicians of the time, including Mike Porcaro, Tom Scott, and Bill Payne. She had a minor hit two years later, singing a duet on "Ain't Nothing Like...

AMY LEE

Amy Lee

Amy Lynn Hartzler (née Lee; born December 13, 1981), better known as Amy Lee, is an American singer-songwriter and classically trained pianist. She is co-founder and lead vocalist of the rock band Evanescence. Her influences range from classical musicians such as Mozart to modern artists like Björk, Tori Amos, Danny Elfman and Plumb. Lee was born to...

AMY WINEHOUSE

Amy Winehouse

North Londoner Amy Winehouse first burst to prominence in October 2003, aged 20, with her universally acclaimed, platinum-selling debut Frank. That record was her grand and suitably blunt-speaking break-up record, sometimes a little bitter, with a maturity in the vocal delivery that was never less than sweet.  Frank won Amy a battalion of fans...

ANASTACIA

Anastacia

"You can tear me apart, you can rip me to pieces/ Try breaking me down, but I'll never be beaten / You can say what you want, but I'll never believe it/ Because I can't be defeated." Anastacia, 'Defeated', from the new album Heavy Rotation. Anastacia is back. And since she's never been a woman to do things by halves, when she talks about a...

ANDRA DAY

Andra Day

Cassandra Monique "Andra" Batie, who goes by the stage name Andra Day, is an American soul, R&B, jazz, blues, disco, and pop singer.   Her debut album, Cheers to the Fall, was released on August 28, 2015. The album was produced by Adrian Gurvitz and Raphael Saadiq, and featured Questlove, James Poyser of The Roots, DJ Jazzy Jeff and The...

ANDREW GOLD

Andrew Gold

Best remembered for his mid-'70s smashes "Lonely Boy" and "Thank You for Being a Friend," pop singer/songwriter Andrew Gold was born in Burbank, CA on August 2, 1951. The son of composer Ernest Gold (who won an Academy Award for his score to the film Exodus) and vocalist Marni Nixon (the singing voice of Natalie Wood in West Side Story and Audrey Hepburn in My...

ANDREW MCMAHON IN THE WILDERNESS

Andrew Mcmahon In The Wilderness

Andrew McMahon is a singer/songwriter. He was the vocalist, pianist and primary songwriter for the bands Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin and performs solo both under his own name as well as moniker Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. On April 30, 2013, he debuted his first solo work, entitled The Pop Underground, followed by his debut album Andrew...

ANDY GIBB

Andy Gibb

Once the Bee Gees experienced a career revival with the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack in 1977, the Gibb brothers' younger sibling Andy began his own solo career. Following his brothers' disco style, Andy Gibb's first three singles ("I Just Want to Be Your Everything," "(Love Is) Thicker Than Water," and "Shadow Dancing") all hit number one. Three more...

Andy Grammer

Andy Grammer

You know the feeling. It’s that familiar warmth that washes over you in the first 20 seconds of your favorite song. That little reminder in your ears letting you know today is going to be a good day. Once the hook of Andy Grammer’s “Keep Your Head Up” hits, you’re already halfway there. It’s that kind of infectious groove that sets the tone for...

ANDY KIM

Andy Kim

Andy Kim enjoyed major success on the pop charts as a singer, songwriter, and producer in the 1960s and ‘70s before experiencing a career resurgence in the new millennium. Born Andrew Youakim, he was the son of Lebanese expatriates who had settled in Montreal, Canada and run a grocery store. As a youngster, Youakim developed a passion for music, and when he...

ANDY TAYLOR

Andy Taylor

British guitarist Andy Taylor rose to staggering heights of fame with Duran Duran in the mid-'80s. The son of a small-village fisherman, Taylor taught himself guitar, bass, and drums and began playing professionally at age 13. He'd already gigged with several bands (even releasing an A&M single, "Teenage Girls," with the group Motorway) when he answered a...

ANDY WILLIAMS

Andy Williams

Easily the most solid and long-lasting vocalist of his era, Andy Williams' laid-back delivery and expansive voice has charmed audiences for decades, from his first appearance with a brother quartet into his seventh decade of performance as the head of his own dinner theater in Branson, MO. Born in Wall Lake, IA, Williams sang in his church choir and later...

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