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Star Named Recording Artists & Bands

Star Name Bands & Original Hit Recording Artistes from the 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's, 00's right through to Current Chart Names! Your favourite celebrity singers!
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Ben Volpierre-Pierrot was the lead singer of Curiosity Killed The Cat, a band that had a number of Top 40 Singles in the UK together with a No.1 in the UK Album Chart, “Keep Your Distance”.   The band was noted for its stylist videos and the model good looks. As well as its jazzy and funky pop sound combined with Ben’s silky-smooth vocals. Curiosity Killed The Cat, Celebrity Singers, Albums Chart, Top 40, Recording Artists, Lead Singer, Headlines, Favorite Celebrities, About Uk
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Ben Volpierre-Pierrot was the lead singer of Curiosity Killed The Cat, a band that had a number of Top 40 Singles in the UK together with a No.1 in the UK Album Chart, “Keep Your Distance”. The band was noted for its stylist videos and the model good looks. As well as its jazzy and funky pop sound combined with Ben’s silky-smooth vocals.
"Midge Ure was a class act! Everyone was up on their feet in awe of a truly stunning performance!" - Sunshine Festival Midge Ure, John Fox, Much Music, Rich Kids, Guitarist, Awe
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"Midge Ure was a class act! Everyone was up on their feet in awe of a truly stunning performance!" - Sunshine Festival
The Ivy League were a big presence on the music scene during the 1960’s. The trio was famous for blending their catchy popular tunes and falsetto singing voices into hugely successful songs and during the decade were in the charts with their hits ‘That’s Why I’m Crying’, ‘Funny How Love Can Be’ and ‘Tossing & Turning’. Singing Voice, The Voice, Cover Band, Ivy League, Indie Rock, Motown, Love Can
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The Ivy League were a big presence on the music scene during the 1960’s. The trio was famous for blending their catchy popular tunes and falsetto singing voices into hugely successful songs and during the decade were in the charts with their hits ‘That’s Why I’m Crying’, ‘Funny How Love Can Be’ and ‘Tossing & Turning’.
Often considered as one of the earliest 'rock groups' The Tremeloes have a music industry history that spans back to the 1950's. Dave Munden and Rick Westwood, original members of the band, are joined by an eclectic mix of dedicated musicians and vocalists bringing their classic hits to their fans, old and new. The Tremeloes, Rock Groups, Live Events, Music Industry, Sixties, Old And New
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Often considered as one of the earliest 'rock groups' The Tremeloes have a music industry history that spans back to the 1950's. Dave Munden and Rick Westwood, original members of the band, are joined by an eclectic mix of dedicated musicians and vocalists bringing their classic hits to their fans, old and new.
Marmalade first came to the attention of the record buying public in 1968; they had their first two releases in May and October of that year, and both did well in the charts. However, it was a cheeky cover of The Beatles Ob La Di La Da that eventually got them the number 1 slot. It stayed in the top position for three weeks in December of that year. (By the way, if you're familiar with the Ob La Di song the chances are now we've put it into your head it's likely to stay there all day, sorry) Barry Gibb, Night Fever, Disco Dance, Marmalade, By The Way., The Beatles
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Marmalade first came to the attention of the record buying public in 1968; they had their first two releases in May and October of that year, and both did well in the charts. However, it was a cheeky cover of The Beatles Ob La Di La Da that eventually got them the number 1 slot. It stayed in the top position for three weeks in December of that year. (By the way, if you're familiar with the Ob La Di song the chances are now we've put it into your head it's likely to stay there all day, sorry)
Da, ba, da, dan, dee, dee, dee, da, nee, na, na, na.. be my baby…………  If we were to start humming this tune for you, you’d recognise it instantly, Whigfield’s mega-hit “Saturday Night” was a smash hit in 1994, in fact, she’s in the Guinness Book of Records for the first artist to go straight to number 1 in the UK singles chart.  Her tune is internationally famous, and people all over the world have been dancing and singing along to it for years. It’s safe to say it was a phenomenon! Charlotte, Uk Singles Chart, Guinness Book, Saturday Night
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Da, ba, da, dan, dee, dee, dee, da, nee, na, na, na.. be my baby………… If we were to start humming this tune for you, you’d recognise it instantly, Whigfield’s mega-hit “Saturday Night” was a smash hit in 1994, in fact, she’s in the Guinness Book of Records for the first artist to go straight to number 1 in the UK singles chart. Her tune is internationally famous, and people all over the world have been dancing and singing along to it for years. It’s safe to say it was a phenomenon!
Kym Mazelle, the frontwoman of the band, brought the lyrics of Soul II Soul’s music to life with her wonderful voice. Often called the First Lady of House music, Kym doesn’t just sing, her powerful voice wraps itself around you and is equally suited to soul, funk, house music, disco, and pop as it is to R&B.  It’s no surprise that she’s been a major figure in popular music for over three decades. Female Soul Singers, Female Artists, Beautiful Old Woman, Beautiful Black Women, Black Legends, Donna Summer, Curvy Girl Lingerie, Electronic Dance Music
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Kym Mazelle, the frontwoman of the band, brought the lyrics of Soul II Soul’s music to life with her wonderful voice. Often called the First Lady of House music, Kym doesn’t just sing, her powerful voice wraps itself around you and is equally suited to soul, funk, house music, disco, and pop as it is to R&B. It’s no surprise that she’s been a major figure in popular music for over three decades.
Clem Curtis was front man to the world famous Clem Curtis & The Foundations and the voice of the well-loved 'Build Me Up Buttercup'!   The Foundations were the first multi-racial band in the United Kingdom and were hugely popular throughout the 60's and 70's. Clem Curtis is now legendary in the music industry and held at the highest esteem by his peers and the younger generation alike. World Famous, Better Love, Buttercup
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Clem Curtis was front man to the world famous Clem Curtis & The Foundations and the voice of the well-loved 'Build Me Up Buttercup'! The Foundations were the first multi-racial band in the United Kingdom and were hugely popular throughout the 60's and 70's. Clem Curtis is now legendary in the music industry and held at the highest esteem by his peers and the younger generation alike.
The Boomtown Rats are an Irish new wave band that had a variety of Irish and UK hits between 1977 and 1985. The group is led by vocalist Bob Geldof alongside Garry Roberts, Johnnie Fingers, Pete Briquette, Gerry Cott and Simon Crowe. The Boomtown rats broke up in 1986 but have recently reformed in 2013 without Johnnie Fingers and Gerry Cott. The Boomtown Rats, I Dont Like Mondays, Uk Hits, Rat Boy, Bob Geldof, Dun Laoghaire, Uk Music
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The Boomtown Rats are an Irish new wave band that had a variety of Irish and UK hits between 1977 and 1985. The group is led by vocalist Bob Geldof alongside Garry Roberts, Johnnie Fingers, Pete Briquette, Gerry Cott and Simon Crowe. The Boomtown rats broke up in 1986 but have recently reformed in 2013 without Johnnie Fingers and Gerry Cott.
One of the key members of the wave band Ultravox, guitarist/vocalist Midge Ure began his professional music career with Salvation, a Glasgow-based group that became the bubblegum band Silk in 1974.  Midge Ure left the band to join The Rich Kids, a punk-pop group. The Rich Kids only released one album, 1978's Ghosts of Princes in Towers, before breaking up later that same year. He joined Ultravox again and helped made them a mainstream success. Children’s Rights, Uk Charts, Psychedelic Rock, Save The Children, Stars
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One of the key members of the wave band Ultravox, guitarist/vocalist Midge Ure began his professional music career with Salvation, a Glasgow-based group that became the bubblegum band Silk in 1974. Midge Ure left the band to join The Rich Kids, a punk-pop group. The Rich Kids only released one album, 1978's Ghosts of Princes in Towers, before breaking up later that same year. He joined Ultravox again and helped made them a mainstream success.
The Big Country broke massively worldwide with the release of the album’s classic singles ‘Fields Of Fire’, ‘Chance’ and signature song ‘In A Big Country’, which went on to become massive worldwide hits, selling over 2 million copies and driving ‘The Crossing’ to 3 prestigious Grammy nominations in the USA. New Wave Artists, Hip Hop Artists, Duran Duran Duran Duran, Fun Boy Three, Scottish Bands, Laurie Anderson, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Johnny Marr, Paul Weller
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The Big Country broke massively worldwide with the release of the album’s classic singles ‘Fields Of Fire’, ‘Chance’ and signature song ‘In A Big Country’, which went on to become massive worldwide hits, selling over 2 million copies and driving ‘The Crossing’ to 3 prestigious Grammy nominations in the USA.
Toyah is one of our most versatile and popular personalities whose vibrance and energy has won over many audiences in a career spanning thirty-nine years. Toyah has amassed thirteen top 40 singles and recorded twenty albums. Willcox, Punk Princess, Women In Music, Stage Play, 80s Music
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Toyah is one of our most versatile and popular personalities whose vibrance and energy has won over many audiences in a career spanning thirty-nine years. Toyah has amassed thirteen top 40 singles and recorded twenty albums.
Tony Christie had three hits in 1971, beginning with "Las Vegas" which reached number 21 in the UK, and went on to have two hits including “I Did What I Did For Maria”, which reached number two and “Is This The Way To Amarillo which sold more than one million copies by September 1972, and was awarded a gold disc. Number 21, Gold Disc, One In A Million
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Tony Christie had three hits in 1971, beginning with "Las Vegas" which reached number 21 in the UK, and went on to have two hits including “I Did What I Did For Maria”, which reached number two and “Is This The Way To Amarillo which sold more than one million copies by September 1972, and was awarded a gold disc.
Suzi Quatro was raised in a musical family, including 3 sisters and one brother, who all played various instruments. Suzi herself made her debut on stage playing bongo’s in her father’s jazz band, "The Art Quatro Trio". Female Guitarist, Female Singers, Frida Abba, Women Of Rock, Estilo Rock, Guitar Girl, Rock N Roll Music, Joan Jett
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Suzi Quatro was raised in a musical family, including 3 sisters and one brother, who all played various instruments. Suzi herself made her debut on stage playing bongo’s in her father’s jazz band, "The Art Quatro Trio".
Stacey Solomon is a singer / song writer and was known for coming third on The X Factor. After X Factor was over Stacey pursued her dream touring all over Europe.   When Stacey was on The X Factor she amazed the judges with her version of ‘What A Wonderful World’ back in her first audition. Stacey made right through to the live final where she came third against second place Olly Murs and the winner Joe Mcelderry. Joe Mcelderry, Dance Floor Lighting, Stacey Solomon, Olly Murs, Judges
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Stacey Solomon is a singer / song writer and was known for coming third on The X Factor. After X Factor was over Stacey pursued her dream touring all over Europe. When Stacey was on The X Factor she amazed the judges with her version of ‘What A Wonderful World’ back in her first audition. Stacey made right through to the live final where she came third against second place Olly Murs and the winner Joe Mcelderry.