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Natalia Lafourcade (born Natalia Lafourcade Silva on 26 February 1984 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican pop singer and songwriter. In 2005 she released Casa, her second CD, but this time as Natalia y La Forquetina (the name of her band). Since she was very young, Natalia had a great interest in music, partly because her parents were musicians. At three years old she began to sing and at four, she realized that she wanted to be an artist. She attended Instituto Anglo Español, a Catholic middle school. In her childhood and adolescence she studied painting, flute, theater, music,...
Boom Boom Satellites are an electronic duo formed in Japan in 1990, and had disbanded in 2016. The band is made up of bassist/programmer Masayuki Nakano and guitarist/vocalist Michiyuki Kawashima. They also have a support member, Yoko Fukuda, who plays drums at live performances. They first debuted in Europe in 1997 with their first single, "4 A Moment of Silence" which received rave reviews from such definitive European music magazines as Melody Maker, which compared their debut impact to those of The Chemical Brothers' and The Prodigy's. The band blends the energy of rock with the meticulousness of electronic music....
Musical groups in three genres have shared the name The Four Aces. 1. The Aces, initially known as "The Four Aces" were a Jamaican vocal group who are best known for their work with Desmond Dekker, but who also recorded without him. The initial line-up of the Aces was Clive Campbell, Barry Howard, Carl Howard, and Patrick Howard. The group came to the attention of Dekker, who supported them when they auditioned for Leslie Kong at Beverley's studio in 1965. The producer employed the group as backing singers for Dekker, recording many hits with him including "The King of Ska"...
There are four bands by this name; 1. Satellites is an experimental rock group formed in Mallorca (Mediterranean Sea) in 1996. 2. Satellites is a UK post rock band formed in 2008, whose ep 'Shorelines' shows up on this page. www.myspace.com/satellitesbanduk 3. Satellites are a UK based band formed in 2010, who have released an EP titled 'New Eyes', available to download at http://satellitesuk.bandcamp.com. 4. Satellites is in fact not a band but one man, Englishman Johnny Vic aka John Garrison who lives in Copenhagen. He writes, plays and produces as Satellites. More information can be found on https://www.facebook.com/satellites01 http://www.satellites01.co.uk/...
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There are six groups with this name: 1) The Four Horsemen were a band that had brief popularity in the late 1980's and early 1990's. They were based out of Hollywood California. Their 1st full-length CD, called "Nobody Said It Was Easy", was produced by legendary producer Rick Rubin. Their fame was fleeting but full of tragedy. Their original drummer Dimwit passed away from a drug overdose on September 27, 1994. Frank C. Starr was killed by a drunk driver while driving his motorcycle down Sunset Strip. Original Members: 1991: Nobody Said it was Easy Frank C. Starr, Dave Lizmi...
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