FIRST LADY OF JAZZ ELLA FITSGERALD
In the 1950s, not one of the concerts in the White House took place without the participation of Ella Fitzgerald. During her life she recorded over 250 albums, sold more…

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THE LAST CHRISTMAS OF GEORGE MICHAEL
Georgios Kyriakos Panayotou, whom everyone knows under the name George Michael, was born on June 25, 1963 in North London. He was the youngest child in the family of a…

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MICHAEL JACKSON
Michael Jackson was the brightest pop star of all time. His talent was admired, millions of fans idolized their idol, and colleagues recognized his brilliant performing and dancing abilities. The…

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Whitney Houston: “A miracle is possible, if you believe”

Mother Whitney Houston Emily Drinkard and cousin Dion Warwick were singers. Whitney became a soloist of the church choir at the age of eleven. For the first time, Whitney attempted to perform as backing singer for Chucky Khan. For several years, Houston honed her vocal skills and took professional dance lessons. Then there were performances with his mother in a nightclub in New York. Continue reading

UNCONONENT KING ELVIS PRESLEY
The summer of 1954 stood outside ... On July 5, Elvis first crossed the threshold of Sun Studio as singer Elvis Presley as a professional performer. A month later, Phillips…

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Mireille Mathieu became the "ambassador of the French song."
Mireille Mathieu is a flawless page haircut, sleek eyebrows, invariably coral lipstick. She seems to be the same eternal impersonation of France as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and champagne.…

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