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Stereo nation burst on the scene a decade back, but had now faded away. One is expecting a comeback by this Punjabi singer
Chris Rhea is a singer who is still active.He appeared on the scene in the eighties of the last century. Chris Rea may not be as popular now than in the eighties but he has sold more than 30 million albums world wide and that by itself is no mean achievement. He remains a top singer a...
Celine Dion has a truly marvelous and unique voice. You know when you are listening to her sing. One of the reasons that I enjoy listening to Celine sing is that her songs are generally happier in nature and leave you with a feeling that everything will be okay.
Four of my all-time Favorites from the pen of Hoagy Carmichael, he wrote so many fabulous songs it was hard to pick out just four, but sometimes when I am in my Favorite old chair, with a glass of 12 year old malt Whisky I flick the button on my CD player, and just sit back and listen...
Very rarely we find some unique and astoundingly compiled pages on Internet. Funom Makama has published such an astoundingly beautiful and musical page at Wikinut in an amazing manner to everyone's surprise. This article is a short review of Funom Makama's well-researched paper abou...
The song "What a wonderful World" has been revamped and re-released many times, and each time it was in the face of world strife. the first time was at the time of race riots across 100 cities in the states, there was even the fear of civil war, the violence included attacks on Jewish...
A short article on the New Zealand crossover tenor who stormed the classical chart and is poised to do the same with the release of his second Album later this year. "The youngest man in history to top the UK Classical Chart".
This is a review of Jack Johnson's album, "Brushfire Fairytales". It's a laid-back acoustic collection of songs made for easy-listening.
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