In 1996 the song “Don’t Let Go (Love)” became the R&B/pop vocal group En Vogue’s sixth number one on the US R&B chart. To date it’s been their biggest international single peaking in the top ten of many countries.
Italian-French model-turned-singer Carla Bruni signed with City Models in 1987 aged 19. Twenty-nine years later her successes show no signs of abating.
It’s hard to believe that the song “She Drives Me Crazy”, recorded by the English group Fine Young Cannibals, was released twenty-eight years ago.
Abba and Celine Dion are among a handful of international stars whose music careers were directly launched into the spotlight following wins in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Not surprisingly music critics have found it difficult to place the music of Benjamin Clementine into one specific genre.
American blues guitarist and singer Robert Cray sits comfortably in the Blues Hall of Fame. The five time Grammy Award winner has led his own band in addition to setting his mark with a distinguished solo career.