Sparrow of France Edith Piaf and the giant Yves Montand
A huge role in the professional development of the singer and in his personal life played a meeting with Edith Piaf. After listening and the first joint performances, she was…

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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…

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Nadezhda Meyher-Garnovskaya - a half of "VIA Gra"
About how the dark-haired beauty got into a new girl group, now there are legends. There are two versions. First: in 2000, singer Nadezhda Meikher-Granovskaya Khmelnitsky came on tour with…

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Creating a duet

In 2004, the girl took part in the Black Sea Games festival, and in 2005 she went to London for the UBN Awards as the “discovery of the year”. Soon after, the young singer began to cooperate with the producer center Music-Motors. It all started with the selection of the repertoire. Together with producer Ruslan Minzhinsky, they began to look for a girl for songs and style. She even recorded an album, but it did not help. Continue reading

Whitney Houston: "A miracle is possible, if you believe"
Mother Whitney Houston Emily Drinkard and cousin Dion Warwick were singers. Whitney became a soloist of the church choir at the age of eleven. For the first time, Whitney attempted…

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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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Creativity Igor Talkov
Igor Talkov began writing songs since 1973. The first track was “I'm a little sorry.” After the singer Igor Talkovetoy, many different sketches were created, and in 1975 a ballad…

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Sarah Brightman's Magic Voice
What is the secret of the success of this green-eyed Englishwoman with a shock of gorgeous dark curls? Maybe the whole thing in the voice timbre? Or all the fault…

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