Nadeah Miranda, aka Nadeah, is the singer of The Lovegods, and since approximately 2008 also sings for Nouvelle Vague and Hollywood Mon Amour. She released her début solo album 'Venus Gets Even' September 2011.
Sianna Lee is an Australian alternative artist who was the driving force behind Melbourne band Love Outside Andromeda. Since her band has been put on permanent hiatus she's kept herself busy exploring the fringe boundaries where bands fear to tread with her debut release "Phoenix Propeller" .
New Single 'Lo-Fi' due out October 2011 Whilst Sophie Koh’s one-time wish to be a Playschool presenter never actually eventuated, she did manage to land herself on the set of Neighbours in 2010 for a musical cameo role. This opportunity led to a chance meeting with Australia’s indie-pop king, Ben Lee. A mutual desire to collaborate resulted in Sophie working with producer Brad Wood (Liz Phair/Pete Yorn/Smashing Pumpkins) at his leafy Seagrass studios in Los Angeles.
Bertie Blackman’s first encounter with her artistic self came as a child sashaying across her mother and father’s paint strewn studio floor. The daughter of iconic Australian artist Charles Blackman, not many musicians can boast a foundation of emotional expression like Bertie.
Bertie first stepped onto the scene with ‘Headway’ (2004), her folk-inspired debut album. The single ‘Favourite Jeans’ became Bertie’s radio breakthrough and saw her dubbed “Australia’s underground queen”.
2006 started with a bang for Felicity at the Tamworth Music Festival, with the new album My Life being launched to thousands of fans in the main street, sellout concert, named a finalist in Female Vocalist of the Year at the CMAA Awards and was invited to join friend Russell Crowe and his band The Ordinary Fear Of God, to perform a duet on stage at the Golden Guitars. Felicity has spent the past few years writing songs for this latest album. Her focus was to be lyrically honest, remaining unaffected by musical trends, and by doing this, shes managed to create her own unique sound.
Rihanna(born Robyn Rihanna Fenty on February 20, 1988) is a Barbadian singer with musical influnces from pop,R&B,reggae,dancehall,and dance.Rihanna became known around the world with chart hits such as "Pon de Replay","SOS","Unfaithful","Break it off2,and more recently with"Umberella"and"Shut Up and Drive.Rihanna was born in Saint Michael, Barbados to Ronald and Monica Fenty. Her mother is a Guyanese of Barbadian origin and her father is Barbadian.
Jen Cloher & The Endless Sea released their critically acclaimed ARIA nominated album Dead Wood Falls in 2006. They have toured with the likes of Josh Pyke, Ben Lee, Missy Higgins, Jose Gonzalez and MIa Dyson and played Homebake, Queenscliff, Falls, Feel Good and Harvest. For all the latest on this hot new songwriter and band go to www.jencloher.com
Belinda Carlisle (born August 17, 1958 in Hollywood, California) is the lead vocalist and a founding member of the all-female New Wave band Go-Go's. She is also a successful solo artist. A former high school cheerleader, Carlisle is the eldest of seven children. Early Career and The Go-Go's Carlisle's first venture into music was a brief stint as drummer for the punk band The Germs under the name Dottie Danger, although illness prevented her from ever performing with them live.
There is more than one artist with this name: #1 - Robin Fox makes experimental music and laser shows in Austrailia. #2 - Robin Fox is originally from Boston Massachusetts. She is the most famous DJ to come out of the Miami area. Not only does Robin Fox sing I see stars she also co-wrote the lyrics, but Robin Fox is the author for hundreds of other songs for other artists. I see stars is an original Trance Anthem on such stations as Music Choice. Fox lived in Tampa for three years and played in Orlando Florida as well as all the big Clubs in the Southern United states.