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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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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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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Moriss – her Pygmalion

Dalida’s path to the dream

December 25, 1954, Cairo Airport. A young brunette with an amazing figure experiences the most important event in her life. Between the airports of Cairo and Paris, her dreams are carried on the wings of the plane, cutting the border between east and west. Yolanda Gillotti leaves her home, family, friends and rushes to a fabulous city, where her dreams of a film career must come true. Continue reading

BEAUTY TALANTA BARBARA STRAYSAND
At the same time, Barbara sang (she had a beautiful voice in her school years) in a filthy night cabaret. For self-taught it was a good result. “No one ever…

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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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