Musical Wunderkind
Reginald Kenneth Dwight, so was christened his child Stanley and Sheila Dwight when he was born. From early childhood Reggie showed an interest in music. This was facilitated by the…

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Honored "rocker" Tina Turner
Anna May Bullock has never heard such amazing music in her life. From that moment on, she was seen at the club every evening, and soon, together with Ellin, they…

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Montserrat Caballe
Montserrat Caballe is destined to be the last of the caste of great opera divas of the twentieth century. At one time, Maria Callas was assigned the epithet Divine, and…

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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 than one hundred million of her records. Twelve times the singer was awarded the most prestigious American music Grammy award. Newspapers wrote: “Ella Fitzgerald can even sing a telephone directory.” She considered herself another instrument in the orchestra and said: “When I sing, I mentally put myself in the place of a tenor saxophone.” Continue reading

JOHN LENNON - IDLE FOR ALL TIMES
The first signs of a craving for music came from John in the mid-1950s, when Liverpool embraced a massive passion for skiffle. By this time, he was already decently playing…

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GRAND SCENE RAPHAEL
Rare vocal, fantastic energy of creativity and the magnificent choreography of Raphael can not be compared with any known world performer. The idol of millions, the god of musical Olympus,…

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Eternal youth Cher
Temperamental singer can hardly be called beautiful in the classical understanding of beauty. But, you see, the Lord so generously rewarded her with charm and talent that it would be…

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Robertino Loretti
The life of the young Loretti spun in a kaleidoscope. Tours followed one after the other, the plates came out in millions of copies. They were sold in the USSR.…

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