Wednesday, March 26, 2014

André Stevens-Thomas

A smooth silky sound, the first tenor of vocalist Andre Steven- Thomas, began his career in his high school choir where he stood out as a lyrical tenor. His musical versatility includes: Gospel to Pop, R&B and Jazz. His first professional gig started with the musical “Pippin” playing as the Lead Actor, to sold-out audiences in Europe and Asia. He has worked with greats such as Ella Fitzgerald, Lew Tabackin, Ray Charles, Morgana King, and Diane Schuur and headlined his own one-man show in England. He has toured Italy, France, Spain, Germany and Japan. He has performed to countless audiences with the USO Show and continues to enjoy his appearances with the newly formed Stevens-Thomas Group, on the CD SOMEBODY SOMEBODY LOVES

Internationally acclaimed stage and film performer ans  Vocalist:André Stevens-Thomas is no stranger to the entertainment world. He has performed since he was 5 years old and has an extensive background as a singer/songwriter and actor whose eagerness to win over and please his audiences never fails. He is ever present, his standards are high and his style is unique.
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Beverlie Brown

Beverlei Brown is a singer that in 2007 sang a duet with Justin Hawkins in their "Making Your Mind Up" entry in hope of representing the UK.

She was surrounded by controversy because that Scooch fans claimed that if she had performed the entry alone, she would have won.

Brown is now working on new material.
She recorded songs at the start of the decade such as "Part Time Lover" "Tell Me" and "Somebody Knows How You Feel", that all received some airplay on shows such as Trevor Nelsons Rhythm Nation on Radio 1.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Teena Marie

Remembering  Teena Marie aka Christine Marie Brockert,Mary Christine Brockert
born, March 5, 1956 in Santa Monica, California. She was the Motown protégé of the 1970s and '80s whose writing, production, and singing adroitly combined many genres (funk, rock, pop, R&B). Sadley passed away on December 26, 2010 in Pasadena, CA.

 Teena Marie, whose big, robust vocals. Many of her listeners wondered if she was a light-skinned African-American. Marie grew up in west Los Angeles in a neighborhood.  The singer/songwriter/producer was in her early twenties when, around 1977, she landed a job at Motown Records. It was at Motown that she met her mentor and paramour-to-be, Rick James, who ended up doing all of the writing and producing for her debut album of 1979. Switching to Epic in 1983, Marie recorded her fifth album, Robbery, and had a hit with "Fix It." In 1984, Marie recorded her sixth album, Starchild, and had her biggest pop hit ever with "Lovergirl." 

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