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Nina Hagen

Her real name is Catharina Hagen, she was born on March 11, 1955. She is a singer from Berlin, Germany. She was considered an opera prodigy by the time she was nine. She dropped out of school at 16 and joined a band. After politic...Read More

A Flock Of Seagulls

A Flock Of Seagulls gained popularity with their hit singles I Ran (So Far Away) and Space Age Love Song. They are also remembered by Mike Score’s distinctive haircut for the “I Ran” Video....Read More

Heart

Although originally formed as The Army, then White Heart, and finally Heart by the Fisher Brothers Roger and Mike, along with bassist Steve Fossen in the mid-60’s, Heart is most readily identified with the Wilson sisters, vo...Read More

Terence Trent D’Arby

D’Arby became famous in the 80s with his soulful single Wishing Well and looked poised to challenge both Michael Jackson and Prince with his brilliant album Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D’Arby, especiall...Read More

Grace Jones

Born on May 19th 1952 in Jamaica, Grace Jones became a popular icon in the gay clubs through out the 70’s and recorded three disco aboums, Portfolio (1977), Fame (1978), Muse(1979). As the 70’s came to a end and disco ...Read More

ABBA

Agnetha Falkskogg, Benny Andersson, Bjorn Ulvaeus & Anni-Frid “Frida” Lyngstad formed a musical partnership in their native Sweden in 1970. Together with composer/producer Stig Anderson ABBA literally conquered th...Read More

Color Me Badd

Color Me Badd was part of the first wave of Boy Band music that populated the airwaves in the 1990’s. I Wanna Sex You Up was one of the classic songs from the early 90’s that pitted young kids against their parents. It...Read More

Cathy Dennis

Though technically not a one-hit wonder since she charted with three different songs in the early 90’s most people remember singer Cathy Dennis for either Touch Me All Night Long or Too Many Walls. The fact that those two songs ...Read More

Gang of Four

Gang of Four was a postpunk band that wedded Marxist theory in their lyrics to James Brown-inspired funk mixed with punk attitude. Their debut album Entertainment! consistently ranks among the top five punk albums of all time and ...Read More

The Walker Brothers

Californians Scott Engel, John Maus, and Gary Leeds formed the Walker Brothers, and deliberately aimed for British success in the early ’60s. And they did. They hit the top of the British charts with Make It Easy on Yourself...Read More