Today we close the J’s series – my favorite singers with the name starting with J – and I am afraid there are no girls making the top 5 on my list. But they will show up here eventually, just not on this series.
Well, the guy from today is another British (what a surprise!!) and yes, he is definitely the youngest to make the list. He signed his first contract after a fan uploaded a video to YouTube of him performing at an open mic in London and a week later he signed up with Republic Records A&R, releasing his first EP, Continue reading →
Today I’m gonna bring to you the fourth singer on the J’s series and I know, it is again a guy, sorry girls.
James Andrew Arthur, our fourth J is the third British, the youngest so far and he is the winner of the ninth season of the X-Factor (2012) – which made him the first contestant who’s been both: bottom two and winner.
His cover for the song Impossible of Shontelle became the fatest-selling The X-Factor winner’s single so far and it holds the best-selling winners single ever, overtaking Continue reading →
I’m alright and ready to bring another singer for you guys and this time is a guy who, at least for me, makes me feel at easy just by his name – probably because if I hear his name I immediately think about his music and his music makes me feel relaxed and in good mood.
Born in 1977, Jason Thomas Mraz is an American singer-songwriter and he started his career playing at the coffee house Java Joe’s in the neighborhood of San Diego where he performed once a week for nearly three years. Java Joe was also the place where he recorded his live acoustic album Live at Java Joe’s – the album contain songs like 1000 Things, You and I Both and Halfway Home, performing with percussionist Rivera and Continue reading →
Well, I said I was going to talk about her – the queen, the greatest voice and singer I’ve ever heard! – in a future post and I guess this is the future I was talking about.
I admit: I didn’t know her until few months ago but one sunny Saturday morning, my BF was listening to James Bond’s songs and he asked me if I knew who she was and I said no, so he played This Is My Life and the moment I heard her voice I thought that I missed everything about music until that moment. Since then I can say, for sure: “There’s perfect Continue reading →
I wasn’t sure about whom to write about first but as Miss Fucking Perfect is a long time known of this person of mine, I’ll write about the Queen Bassey in a future post, which means today is P!NK day!!! Although it is my daughter’s favorite, no, I am not talking about the color.
Alecia Beth Moore (born 8 September 1979) better know as P!nk, started as a member of Continue reading →