Operations - for good luck Peggy Lee
Her career prospects became clearer when she went to Minneapolis, where she began to sing in the dining room of the Radisson Hotel. At the same singer Peggy Lives, she…

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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…

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Claude Francois - Non-extinguishing STAR FRENCH SCENE
The career of a nightclub singer is no longer satisfying Claude. World fame beckons him, but first the singer decided to conquer Paris. At the end of 1961, he and…

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Shaman on Stage Jim Morrison

In Jim’s personal life, an important event also occurred: he met Pamela Carson. She will be devoted to most of his poems and many of the songs. The popularity of the group increased. One of the leading critics of the time, Richard Goldstein, called Jim “a street bully, ascended to heaven and embodied in a boy from a choir.” He dubbed him a “sexy shaman” and announced that The Doors begin where they finished the Rolling Stones. Continue reading

Ladder of success Vitaly Kozlovsky
The first fateful decision and the first step to fame were modern pop dances, which he has been practicing since he was eight years old. Almost immediately after graduating from…

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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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