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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Freddie Mercury
Many such musicians dreamed of such frenetic popularity that Freddie Mercury had. Even the legends of rock music considered him an outstanding performer and songwriter. It is no secret that…

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Marketable Marc Bernes
Mark Naumovich Neumann (this is the real name of the artist) was born in Nezhin on October 8, 1911. He spent his childhood in the family of an accountant, where…

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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

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…

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VICTOR CHOI - RUPOR CHANGE
Sometimes it is difficult for us to even explain how Viktor Tsoi could deserve such a nationwide love. He wrote music and sang songs that awakened people, removed from their…

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Perilous Lara Fabian
Lara Fabian's voice bewitches from the first chords of any composition. She can not be confused with any singer, so distinctive is her style. She goes on stage almost without…

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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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