THE SHAMMAN DONOVAN PHILIPS LITCH
Once the press called Donovan "the troubadour of England in the sun." And he claims that he is a "seller of hope." And with the money, he bought an island…

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In free swimming
In 1976, Edita P'eha decided to organize her own ensemble, the music director of which was a graduate of the Leningrad Conservatory Grigory Kleimits. singer Edita P'eha The first performance…

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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

KING OF EURODISCO THOMAS ANDERS
Thomas Anders does not flash every day on TV, you rarely see his interviews in newspapers, now he often records his songs in a duet with various foreign performers and…

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From amateur to popularity
From the first class, Sofia began to sing in the school and church choir, but the latter could have ended with the exception of the pioneers. The young artist worked…

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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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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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