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VAMP TRANSVISION / Wendy James
Transvision Vamp was a group of alternative power pop and rock in the United Kingdom, which reached its greatest successes in the late eighties. Formed in 1986 by Nick Christian Sayer (guitarist and composer) and Wendy James (singer), they were identified as part of the genre "Blonde pop" or "Blonde wave", bands whose front was a female solo singer, usually blonde, accompanied by male musicians with black clothing and typically rocker. Transvision Vamp began its journey in 1986 when Nick Christian Sayer meets singer Wendy James, and proposes to interpret the songs he has composed. The initial training is completed with keyboardist Tex Axile, bassist Dave Parsons, and drummer Pol Burton. Both Axile and Parsons came from punk groups: the first, in particular, from The Moors Murderers; and the second, from The Partisans.
EDENBRIDGE / Sabine Edelsbacher
Sabine Edelsbacher is the vocalist of edenbridge, born on May 20, bullfighting, favorite band: Threshold, Shadow Gallery, Royal Hunt, Queen, Heart, Dare, Celine Dion, Sarah Brightman, DC Cooper, Mike Baker. Hobbies Photograph, paint, read, collage construction etc. Color Black, white, and all deep colors; Animals Kangaroo, Coala, Tigers; Dream of Life Bringing heaven to Earth with music. Philosophy of life? only the heart that one can see correctly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.Antoine de Santo-Exupery
JOT DOG / Maria Barracuda
Marisela Morales Rodríguez, better known as María Barracuda is a Mexican singer and songwriter born in Mexico City, living her childhood in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua. She has a degree in Communication Sciences from the Tecnológico de Monterrey. She is the vocalist of a pop group called "Jot Dog".
NEW YEARS DAY / Ashley Costello.
New Years Day is a punk pop band from Anaheim, California, where it was founded in 2005 by Ashley Costello, Keith Drover, Mike Schoolden, Adam Lohrbach and Russell Dixon. The band makes a punk pop music and their first album was released in May 2007, My Dear. NYD, as the group is also known, is led by vocalist Ashley Costello.
OLE OLE / Marta Sánchez
Olé Olé, pop music group formed in the early 1980s and whose ranks have passed several of the best known female voices in Spain, such as Vicky Larraz and Marta Sánchez, the latter still in force as a soloist. The story of Olé Olé begins in 1982, when in the CBS record they decide to create a new techno-pop group in the Mecano line. The one in charge to choose the members would be the Argentine producer Jorge Álvarez, also producer of the first Mecano albums.  This is how Luis Carlos Esteban, who came from the Trastos group, Emilio Estecha, the Plastic group and Juan Tarodo, meet. As a singer they chose a young woman with a powerful voice and enormous charisma, Vicky Larraz. The Argentine Gustavo Montesano would join shortly after. In his country he had been part of the rock group Crucis. The starting gun for Olé Olé would be No Controls, the song that Nacho Cano gives to the group. No controls is published in February 1983, it becomes an immediate success and throws the group to popularity. With this song the group broke through barriers and was a hit in Italy.
ASSUMPTIONS INVOLVED / Lidia Rodriguez
Presuntos Implicados is a Spanish group born in Yecla (Murcia) and based in Valencia, formed in the early 1980s. Since 2008, after the abandonment of Sole Giménez, the group is formed by Lydia Rodríguez, Juan Luis Giménez and Nacho Mañó . The global sales of the Alleged Involved race exceed three million copies of which, a million and a half, have been sold in Spain where they have received 14 platinum records. Alleged Involved began his artistic career in Yecla (Murcia) in 1983 when, after forming a funk band of eleven members and following the artistic concerns of Juan Luis, they recorded a model and tried to present it to the record companies operating in the market at that time . Shortly after, they were finalists of the Rock Spezial model contest and presented to the Don Domingo contest, created by National Radio of Spain and of which they were winners. This led them to record a record, In Transistor, where they appeared with the rest of the groups that had been classified. Thanks to this contest, they finally got the attention of the industry and recorded with RCA, already as a trio formed by Sole, Juan Luis and Pablo Gómez, the LP Danzad, Danzad, Damn mainly funky style. The differences of approach with the record company, which wanted a sound closer to very selling groups of that moment as Burma Objective, added to the inexperience of the group, made the album did not end with the desired result, although some songs like Miss Circuits arrived To be quite known in the nightclubs. Danzad, Danzad, Malditos is an album that, except for the three singles poorly promoted by the company, does not stand out at all in the group's history. Not only was the style and production poorly routed, but the tones were too low for a vocalist (thought as they were for Juan Luis) and he received very little support from the industry at the time, although criticism was quite optimistic about the trend electro-funk showing.
GO GO´S / Belinda Carlisle
The Go-Go's are a rock band formed exclusively by women formed in 1978. They made history as the first completely feminine group in pop music that played their own instruments and wrote their own songs, which came to the Billboard charts with an album #one. They emerged in the early 1980s and their unusual success contributed to the flourishing era of new bands and new music in the United States. His debut album "Beauty and the Beat" is considered a cornerstone of the "American new wave." At the beginning they only played pop punk and later they were defined as the distinctive sound of rock of 1980. They have five Top 40 hits.
BETTY CURSE / Betty
Here we have the new sensation in England. A teenage mix between Britney Spears and Marilyn Manson, halfway between the Gothic movement and the teenage bubblegum. A more sinister Avril Lavigne or a Siouxsie of the messenger generation. In any case, one more fruit of the emo generation that is sweeping the United Kingdom (with influence among big media stars like Victoria Beckham or Linsdsay Loham, yes).
LAS KETCHUP / Rocio Muños
They achieved musical success in 2002 with Aserejé, a theme that fuses flamenco and europop and became the summer song after reaching number one in the lists of many countries, including Spain, United Kingdom, Italy , France, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Netherlands, Portugal Switzerland, Germany, Romania, Argentina, Peru, Cuba, Uruguay, Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica. The song, which was called "The Ketchup Song" in non-Spanish-speaking countries, was accompanied by a characteristic choreography, and the lyrics reminded in its chorus of the first verses of Sugarhill Gang's Rapper's Delight song, obvious similarity that the composer of Aserejé, Queco, recreated in an original way making a parody of the previous one. During that stage, only three of the components appeared in the group - Lola, Pilar and Lucía - since the fourth, Rocío, was pregnant. In 2006 they appeared at the Eurovision Festival, with the single from Un blodymary
TEXAS / Sharleen Spiteri
Texas is an alternative and pop rock group originally from Glasgow, Scotland. Founded by Johnny McElhone in 1986, he debuted in March 1988 at Dundee University.
FANGORY / Alaska
Fangoria is a musical group formed by Alaska and Nacho Canut. Both had previously coincided in the Kaka de Luxe, Alaska and Dinarama and Alaska and the Pegamoides groups. His style of music is usually defined as electropop, or more defined by current generations as "avant-garde" pioneers of this style of music, in the early 80's. Fangoria has sold around 500,000 albums since it began in 1989. He has counted with great successes in the second half of his career, such as "I don't know what you give me", "Twisting words", "I watch life go by", "Criticize for criticizing" or "More is more".
THE THING THINGS / Katie White
The Ting Tings is a British indie pop duo, nominated for a Grammy Award, composed of Jules De Martino (drums, lead guitar, bass, vocals, piano) and Katie White (lead vocals, guitar, bass, bass drum, cowbell), and formed in December 2007. Four singles have been released to date under the Columbia Records label of the United Kingdom, including "That's Not My Name," which reached # 1 on the UK Singles Chart on May 18, 2008. His debut album We Started Nothing was released on May 19, 2008 and reached # 1 in the United Kingdom. The album has sold more than 2 million copies and 4 million in singles across the globe. In 2011 they will release their second studio album, entitled Kunst.
THE PRETENDERS / Christine Ellen Hynde
The Pretenders is an Anglo-American rock group that in its beginnings (1978) was part of the so-called new wave. The band was originally composed of its founder, composer, guitarist and vocalist Chrissie Hynde, guitarist James Honeyman-Scott, bassist Pete Farndon and drummer Martin Chambers. Honeyman-Scott and Farndon's deaths from drug use spoiled this training, and the many changes of musicians in later years have left Chrissie Hynde as the only permanent member and absolute reference of the group. Hynde's public activity has transcended the musical field and has stood out as an activist in favor of various causes.
LIMBO BEACH / Maria León
'Playa Limbo' is a Mexican pop music group with jazz dyes. They are originally from Guadalajara, Jalisco and their career has had some success since 2006, when their theme "The Echo of Your Voice" was placed as the main theme of the Aztec TV series, "Life is a Song." In March 2007 they were signed by Sony BMG and shortly after they released their first studio album entitled Hotel Songs from which they came off as simple "The Echo of Your Voice", "10 for 10" and "Time of You." The group tapatia ventured into television by lending its theme "A Hook to the Heart" to the soap opera of the same name broadcast on the Channel of the Stars of the Mexican television station Televisa. Its members are Maria León, former member of the Mexican pop group T d 'Tila, in voice and guitar, Jorge Corrales on keyboards and programming, Ángel Baillo on bass and vocals, and Servando Yañez on drums.
BANGLES / Susanna Hoffs
The Bangles was formed in Los Angeles, California in 1981, originally under the name of "The Supersonic Bangs," which was then shortened to "The Bangs." However, a New Jersey group also called "The Bangs" threatened to sue them, so they changed their name to The Bangles (because of their similarity to "The Beatles"). The members of the group's original line-up were: * Susanna Hoffs (guitar, vocals) * Debbi Peterson (drums, vocals, bass) * Vicki Peterson (guitar, vocals, bass) This training recorded a single at 45 rpm: Getting out of Hand b / w Call on Me. Annette Zilinskas became the bassist during 1982, in addition to playing the harmonica. With Ziliniskas, they recorded a long duration entitled "The Bangles" in 1982. The following year, Zilinskas left the group and was replaced by Michael Steele, who previously played with the group "The Runaways". The debut album of The Bangles (with the Columbia label, "All Over The Place" in 1984), brought out the pop roots of the group, capturing the attention of Prince, who wrote Manic Monday. With this theme, they reached # 2 in the United States. In 1986, the band's second full length appears: "Different ligth" (better crafted than its predecessor), which included Maniac Monday and Walk Like an Egiptian, which allowed the band to establish itself as a success on all FM radios and on MTV. In 1988, the album titled "Everything" appears. This was another multi-platinum hit, which included his best-selling single, Eternal Flame, but the working relationships between the members of the group had been damaged, and the group separated after this album. Thus, Susanna Hoffs began her solo career, and Vicki Peterson began a tour with "The Go-Go's" and "Continental Drifters." They also reached # 2 with the version of Simon and Garfunkel, Hazy Shade of Winter, included in the soundtrack of the film "Less Than Zero", and in the compilation Great hits of 1990. In 2000, they met again to They made a tour, and in 2001-2002, they recorded a new album: "Doll Revolution". A cover of Eternal Flame made by Atomic Kitten that reached # 1 in England. This album with songs like Stealing Rosemary, Ride the Ride, Nickel Romeo, and the single Something That You Said, was released in early 2003. The Japanese version of the album features additional songs. In May 2005, the members of The Bangles announced the departure of Michael Steele, however, the band did not announce whether it would be replaced or not. Much was rumored of a possible relationship between Prince and Susanna but it denied it. In the year 2000, the group was elevated to the Hall of Fame of Vocal Groups.
AQUA / Lene Grawford Nystrom
Aqua is a Danish-Norwegian group of pop and dance music, with great success during the last half of the nineties and the beginning of the 21st century. Its members are three Danes: René Dif, Claus Norreen, Søren Rasted and the group's vocalist is Norwegian Lene Nystrøm. The first three met Lene in 1994, which led to the creation of the group, performing in numerous discos and bars in Denmark and Norway.
MIRANDA / Juliana Gattas
Miranda! is a pop music group. The name Miranda! It is a tribute to the Argentine actor Osvaldo Miranda, protagonist of dozens of films like The boys from before did not use 1969 gum. Miranda! It was formed on July 27, 2001 and by singer Alejandro Sergi, singer Juliana Gattas, guitarist Leandro Fuentes (Lolo) and programmer Bruno de Vincenti. The band debuted on stage dancing topless in July 2001, and after a first season in which it appeared in recitals of independent proposals and electronic parties, Miranda! He won 3rd place in the 2002 Revelation category of the annual Rolling Stone magazine survey and was one of the 2002 Clarín Prize candidates for the show category, in the "Rock Revelation Music" category. Another of the awards he got in that first year was that Soda Stereo guitarist Gustavo Cerati voted the song "Magnet" as the best of the year in the Supplement S survey! of Clarín. In November 2002, he released his first album entitled Es lie, which was recorded at Alejandro Sergi's house. Then, it was edited by Secsy Discos in association with the Locomotion television channel. At the end of that same year, Osvaldo Miranda met the group in question, at a meeting at the Good Day Festival "Top" in a bar in the Argentine Capital.
HOLE / Courtney Love
Hole is an alternative rock / grunge band formed in Los Angeles in 1989. The band, founded by Courtney Love, Eric Erlandson (electric guitar) and Lisa Roberts, broke up in 2002. Lisa Roberts (bassist) abandoned the project shortly after start. The band had an alignment of three guitars for a period, the third being Errol Stewert, but the first album was made solely by Love, Erlandson, bassist Jill Emery and drummer Caroline Rue. Emery and Rue left the band in 1992, being replaced by Leslie Hardy and Patty Schemel respectively. Hardy also left after recording a single song: the single Beautiful Son, and was replaced by Kristen Pfaff in 1993. Kristen Pfaff died of an overdose in 1994, and Melissa Auf der Maur took her place from 1995 until the band was dissolved. In 1998 Schemel also left the band, and Samantha Maloney entered as a drummer. According to the count of "VH1's 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock" Hole is at number 77. His second studio album, Live Through This of 1994, was critically acclaimed, being considered one of the best albums of the decade of the 90s.
ATERCIOPELADOS / Andrea Echeverri
Aterciopelados was formed by Andrea Echeverri (vocalist and guitar) and Héctor Buitrago (bass, arranger and producer). Both composers have produced nine albums since joining in Bogotá. The music of Aterciopelados is considered a cultural melting pot that follows a path of personal exploration, of searching for its identity and its own sound. Aterciopelados was born when vocalist Andrea Echeverri who studied Fine Arts and specialized in ceramics, meets at the Universidad de los Andes de Bogotá, who would be her partner and later friend and partner Héctor Buitrago, who came from playing in Punk groups and to form and found the first alignment of the hardcore group La Pestilencia. Upon leaving this band, Andrea and Héctor entered the Bogotá underground scene. They founded their first group Delia and the Amino Acids, playing in their own bar and before audiences who already recognized the band. Some time later, Andrea and Héctor break their relationship, causing the group and the bar to disappear. Andrea continued in the fine arts, besides teaching and performing choirs in the Special District Group that belonged to Carlos Vives. Héctor for his part dedicated himself to work in radio. (vocalist and guitar) and Héctor Buitrago (bass, arranger and producer). Both composers have produced nine albums since joining in Bogotá. The music of Aterciopelados is considered a cultural melting pot that follows a path of personal exploration, of searching for its identity and its own sound. Aterciopelados was born when vocalist Andrea Echeverri who studied Fine Arts and specialized in ceramics, meets at the Universidad de los Andes de Bogotá, who would be her partner and later friend and partner Héctor Buitrago, who came from playing in Punk groups and to form and found the first alignment of the hardcore group La Pestilencia. Upon leaving this band, Andrea and Héctor entered the Bogotá underground scene. They founded their first group Delia and the Amino Acids, playing in their own bar and before audiences who already recognized the band. Some time later, Andrea and Héctor break their relationship, causing the group and the bar to disappear. Andrea continued in the fine arts, besides teaching and performing choirs in the Special District Group that belonged to Carlos Vives. Héctor for his part dedicated himself to work in radio.
AMARAL / Eva Amaral
Eva and Juan move to Madrid from Zaragoza, where Amaral is born in the mid-1990s. Eva Amaral as vocalist and composer and Juan Aguirre as guitarist and composer. The group's name is Eva's last name and was chosen by consensus. In 1997 they signed with Virgin-EMI and on May 18, 1998, their first self-titled album goes on sale, under the production of Pancho Varona. With a record in the street, Amaral was making his way through the music scene and gaining followers throughout the Spanish geography. His first album released 5 singles: Rosita, I'm going to kill you, I don't know what to do with my life, One more day and Afternoons. This album sold around 100,000 copies . In addition, that same year they made a special collaboration on the first (and only) album by Al Este del Eden: Eva with her voice in "Naive" and Juan with her guitar in "A simple song".
DESTINY'S CHILD / Beyonce
The group began its journey in 1990 under the name of Girls Tyme. Originally a duo, composed of Beyoncé Knowles and LaTavia Roberson, who participated with a rap song in the American contest "Looking for a star"; Although they did not win, the position of finalists influenced the decision of Mathew Knowless, Beyoncé's father, who left his job to fight for his daughter's dream: to be a star. In 1992, Kelly Rowland, goddaughter of Mathew, moved to the Knowles residence and ended up joining the project. But it would be in 1993 when Beyoncé met at the elementary school she would be the last member of Girls Tyme, later Destiny's Child, LeToya Luckett. This quartet composed of LeToya Luckett, Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé Knowles and LaTavia Roberson would spend several years performing in halls in their hometown (Houston, Texas) being the opening act for R&B artists such as SWV, Dru Hill and Immature. In search of a new name for training, Tina Knowles, mother of Beyoncé, was the one who proposed the name that would throw them to fame. His idea came from a phrase from the bible where the term "Destiny's Child" appeared, and it seemed a good idea to transform his daughter and her friends into the girls of destiny. In 1995 Destiny's Child are signed by Electra Records, although they were later dismissed. Finally, in 1997 Columbia Records offers a record deal to Destiny's Child, thus beginning a successful career for all its members.  Destiny's Child His first appearance was in the soundtrack of Men in Black with the song "Killing Time" (1997). Later, on February 17, 1998, they publish their first self-titled album "Destiny's Child". His first single "No, No, No" which was a half-time not very striking, but for the remix version of the song that ended up becoming the well-known "No, No, No" Part II made a collaboration with Wyclef Jean. The theme became a success, reaching # 1 on Billboard's R & B / Hip-Hop Tracks list and getting a third position in the Hot 100. The single sold about 1 million copies. His second single "With me" did not have such a good reception, which made many critics rate them as a "one-time" group, so the possibility of a second album was in doubt. Later, due to the success of his subsequent albums, the album has managed to reach platinum in the United States for more than one million copies sold, and around three million worldwide.
THE VERONICAS / Lisa and Jessica Origliasso
The Veronicas is an Australian pop rock duo, formed by identical twins Lisa Marie and Jessica Louise Origliasso, of Sicilian descent, who were born on December 25, 1984. The name is inspired by the character of Veronica Lodge (known in the countries Spanish speakers like Verónica del Valle) from Archie's comic strips. When Archie Comics learned of the duo's existence, they were sued for copyright infringement. In the end, they reached a promotional agreement, in which both parties would benefit. The group got a prominent appearance in the comic of their namesake Veronica, meanwhile, Archie Comics multiplied its sales and the publication (# 167) contained a collection card that included a code to download 4ever in MP3 format. A few months later, in the # 100 publication of "Archie and his friends," The Archies meet The Veronicas. The group also appears in the next edition (# 101), along with Archie, who - according to the comic strip - is his biggest fan.
THE CARDIGANS / Nina Persson
The Cardigans is a Swedish band formed in the city of Jönköping in 1992. The style of their music has varied from album to album. In their beginnings they could be framed within the indie, going through a pop more inspired by the 1960s and rock. Each of his recordings opened new markets and attracted the attention of new audiences. The Emmerdale album (1994) gave them a solid base in their home country and in some other countries, especially in Japan. But it was not before his second album Life (1995) that the audience and international critics responded. The band today is well known abroad for its single "Lovefool", from the album First Band on the Moon (1996). This single was included in the soundtrack of the film Romeo + Juliet by director Baz Luhrmann, assuring popularity of the band members. They have great success in Europe, Japan and America. Other of his most popular songs are "My Favorite Game" and "Erase / Rewind", both belonging to Gran Turismo released in 1998. In 2003, after 4 years without releasing an album, Long Gone Before Daylight is released. In 2005 they launch Super Extra Gravity. They have sold five million records worldwide.
BELANOVA / Denisse Guerrero
Belanova is a Mexican pop music group from the city of Guadalajara. The group is composed of vocalist Denisse Guerrero, keyboardist Edgar Huerta and bassist Ricardo Arreola. Belanova was formed in 2000, but they did not sign a record contract until 2002. They are currently considered one of the most popular bands in Mexico, and have a lot of fans in other countries in Latin America, Spain and the United States. Until then it has sold 1.3 million records with all their reissues
MECANO / Ana Torroja
Mecano was a Spanish pop music group active between 1981 and 1992, a period to which a fleeting reappearance must be added in 1998 that lasted just eight months from the edition of a double compilation album that included seven new tracks recorded for the occasion. The group was composed of Ana Torroja (voice) and the Nacho Cano brothers (programming, guitars, keyboards and vocals) and José María Cano (guitars, keyboards and vocals). Outside the group, but an integral part of the band, both for the studio sessions and for the direct ones, there were great musicians between bassists and drummers, among which Arturo Terriza, Manolo Aguilar, Nacho Mañó, Javier Quílez and the drummers Ángel Celada and Oscar Astruga.
NIKKI CLAN / Yadira Gianola
* Yadira Gianola: voice * José Antonio "Joe" Dabdoub: Guitar * Angel Yañez: Guitar * Alberto Espinosa: Bass and Choirs * José Carlos Fausto Monroy: Drummer The vocalist of the group, Yadira Gianola Gallo, married on September 18, 2010, in the city of Mexicali, Baja California. His fiancé is Eduardo Peregrina Ungson, with whom he maintained a relationship for 3 years.
THE 5th STATION / Natalia Jiménez
The Fifth Station was formed by Sven Martín in 2000 in the garage of his house, initially composed of six members, (Sven, Pablo, Miguelo, Carlos León, Mariluz Peñalver and María Arenas), who practiced their songs in local Madrid trial. Subsequently, Natalia Jiménez and Ángel Reyero would join the group. At the end of 2001, they recorded their first model with four songs and with the participation of the group's final formation: Natalia (voice and harmonica), Angel (guitar), Pablo (bass) and Sven (guitar).  Sony Music would then offer them the opportunity to travel to Mexico to record their first album
WITHIN TEMPTATION / Sharon Den Adel
Within Temptation is a Dutch musical group formed in 1996.  His style has evolved from the doom metal, the Celtic metal, the Gothic metal, among others, to the symphonic metal / symphonic rock as they themselves have declared.  Although the group is still often classified as Gothic, vocalist Sharon den Adel stated in an interview that he did not consider the band as Gothic.  To date, the band has sold more than 2.8 million copies worldwide
GARBAGE / Shirley Manson
Garbage is an alternative rock band from Wisconsin, the United States and Edinburgh, Scotland, formed in 1994  by Scottish singer Shirley Manson, and three American producers Butch Vig, Steve Marker and Duke Erikson, and have sold more of 14 million copies worldwide.  Garbage released a series of successful singles during 1995 and 1996, including the most important of his "Stupid Girl" career. His debut album, Garbage, sold more than 4 million copies and was certified double platinum disc in the United Kingdom, USA. and Australia. The band won the Breakthrough Artist award in 1996 at the MTV Europe Music Awards.  The band spent two years working on their next album, Version 2.0, released in 1998, which topped the chart charts in the United Kingdom and led him to deserve two nominations the following year as Best Album of the Year and Best Rock Album. Version 2.0 obtained very good sales, following the legacy of its predecessor. Garbage continued composing songs, until in 1999 they released the main theme for the nineteenth James Bond film, The World Is Not Enough.  Despite the appointment of one of his albums among the 10 Most Important Albums of the Year by Rolling Stone magazine,  Garbage released in 2001 his third studio album, Beautifulgarbage, which did not achieve the same commercial success that its predecessors achieved .  Garbage falls into an indefinite pause at the end of 2003, but once regrouped, they release their fourth studio album, titled Bleed Like Me, in 2005, which peaked at # 4 in the United States.  The band stops performing concerts to promote Bleed Like Me by entering an "indefinite break",  emphasizing that they did not separate, but wanted to continue their personal interests.  In 2006, Vig re-produced while Manson recorded an solo album. Garbage returns from his break in 2007,  releasing a Big hits called Absolute Garbage,  with the idea in mind of recording his fifth studio album in 2009. [13
BLONDIE / Deborah Harry
Blondie is a popular and influential American band of the seventies, an integral part of the so-called New Wave, and aesthetic and musical reference of the eighties pop. So far Blondie has sold more than 30 million records.  The members of Blondie's original line-up were Deborah Harry as vocalist, Clem Burke as drummer, Gary Valentine as bassist, James Destri as keyboardist and Chris Stein as guitarist.
BLACK EYED PEAS / Fergie
The Black Eyed Peas is an American R&B, pop and hip hop group, a six-time Grammy Award winner. Originally from Los Angeles, California, the group is made up of Will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo and Fergie. The group has sold more than 33 million records and more than 40 million singles. Black Eyed Peas is one of the eleven artists who has achieved Billboard Hot 100 number 1 and 2 at the same time. With 28 consecutive weeks at No. 1, the Peas push has broken the Usher record that was at the top for 19 weeks with the hits "Yeah!" And "Burn" in 2004. In 2001 they opened the grammy of the American academy.
T.AT.U / Lena Kitinia and Yulia Volkova
tATu (in Russian, tATy) is a Russian band formed in Moscow in 1999 by Ivan Shapovalov. The group consists of singers Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova and musicians Troy Mcubbin, Sven Martin, Domen Vajevec, Steve Wilson. It is the most successful Russian band of all time, having sold millions of their albums worldwide, the figure exceeds 26,000,000 records that managed to sell in just 9 years. tATu, in his 2003 documentary Anatomy of tATu made it clear that they were not lesbians, that this was just an image and that they really were not even though they support love without borders. In 2004 the group took a break after separating from its producer. In 2005 they launched Dangerous and Moving and Lyudi Invalidi. During 2006, tATu published a compilation album called The Best and then ventured on its own after negotiating its contract with Universal. On December 15, 2009, the duo virtually released their third album, Waste Management. And in February 2010, the physical album was released in Brazil, Argentina and Chile. In March 2009, the duo's manager announced that tATu would disintegrate permanently after releasing his latest single "Snowfalls", as both girls would begin their solo careers. However, both members have declared that their solo careers would not end with tATu, but that they would abandon that project for a while, and that later they would resume it.
NIGHTWISH / Tarja Turnen
Nightwish is a group of Symphonic Power Metal from Finland, known for its strong and melodic guitar riffs, organ and synthesizer atmospheres, powerful drums and clear bass sound that makes a good contrast with its philharmonic / orchestral support. Nightwish is considered the most representative and pioneer band of this musical genre, known throughout Europe, Latin America and Asia where they have performed two concerts. His musical genre is quite discussed. It should be noted that they are very recognized for having provided a great diversity of power metal qualities taking it to a very powerful level and at the same time combining the genre with symphonic metal, some touches of folk metal, thrash metal and some vestiges of heavy metal and gothic metal these being the ones who debate the etymology of his music. Nightwish is Finland's most successful band with more than 7 million copies sold worldwide, 1 silver disc, 11 gold discs and 30 platinum discs. Followed by the power metal band, Stratovarius, the second best known in Finland, within this genre.
EPICA / Simone Simons
One of the best known bands in the environment: As this beautiful redhead was not going to take her place, Simone Simons was born on January 17, 1985 in Limburg, Holland and is a Dutch mezzo-soprano and vocalist of the Dutch gothic metal band and Symphonic metal Epica. "I have been musically active since I was 10 years old. I played the flute for a year and then I had jazz and popy singing lessons for a year, when I was 15 years old someone gave me a nightwish record, I really liked it and then I decided to take classical music singing lessons, sing in a choir for a couple of months (2002) and since then it was and is Epica. "
THE EAR OF VAN GOGH / Amaia Montero
The Ear of Van Gogh, also known by its acronym LOVG or LODVG, is a musical group originally from San Sebastián, Spain. His career in the music world began formally in 1996. He was born formed by Pablo Benegas, Álvaro Fuentes, Xabi San Martín, Haritz Garde and Amaia Montero. The latter, vocalist and composer of the group since its inception, left the band to begin her solo career in 2007. Since 2008 she gives voice to the group Leire Martínez. Although they are usually identified as a pop genre band, this Donostiarra formation has played throughout its five studio albums with such varied genres as ranchera, bossa nova, dance or electronics. His style is also consistent with the so-called Donosti Sound or Sound of San Sebastián (term that alludes to the type of music that other pop rock groups from this Basque city have played so successfully, since the 80s).
NO DOUBT / Gwen Stefani
THE CRANBERRIES / Dolores O'Riordan.
The Cranberries is an Irish rock band, formed in Limerick in 1989 under the name of The Cranberry Saw Us, later changed by vocalist Dolores O'Riordan. Although it is often associated with alternative rock, the band's sound also incorporates elements of indie, indie pop, Rock, post-punk and pop rock . The Cranberries rose to international fame in the 1990s with their debut album, Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We ?, which became a commercial success and selling more than five million copies in the United States. The group was one of the most successful rock groups of the 90s and sold more than 14.5 million albums in the United States alone, while worldwide the figure rises to more than 40 million albums. The band has achieved four top 20 albums on the Billboard 200 (Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We ?; No Need To Argue; To the Faithful Departed and Bury the Hatchet)  and 20 singles in the post eight of the Alternative Songs
SIXPENCE NONE THE RICHER / Leigh Nash
The band began to take shape in the early 90's, when guitarist Matt Slocum met singer Leigh Nash in a church retreat and the two together decided to form the band. Initially the trio was completed with the incorporation of bassist TJ Behling. Matt Slocum was the one who chose the name of the band, from an illustration in the book "Mero Christianity" by CS Lewis The group recorded a demo in 1993 that led them to sign with the REX record house His first LP, "The Fatherless & the Widow, "appeared a short time later. With the addition of Tess Willey, guitarist, the new bassist JT Plasencio and drummer Dale Baker, Sixpence None The Richer would start his first tour before returning to the studio to record in 1995 "This Beautiful Mess", which was followed by the LP "Tickets for a Prayer Wheel "that same year. In 1997 they returned to take out another LP with the absences of Wiley and Plasencio. Two years later they achieved their greatest success with the single "Kiss Me" which was followed by another great success: "There She Goes", (cover of the English group The La's), thanks to its inclusion in the film She's All that. Despite the abandonment of drummer Dale Baker in 2001, the group gathered material for another new album. In the fall of 2002 Sixpence None The Richer returns with the EP Divine Discontent, in which they perform a cover of the song "Don't dream it's over".
PARAMORE / Hayley Williams
Paramore is an American rock band formed in Franklin, Tennessee in 2004, nominated for the Grammy Awards, composed of Hayley Williams (vocals), Jeremy Davis (Bass), Zac Farro (drums), Josh Farro (guitar) and Taylor York ( guitar). In 2005 they released their first album All We Know Is Falling, in 2007 they released their second album Riot! which was certified with the Platinum Disc in the United States and the United Kingdom, and with Gold in Ireland and New Zealand. His third work, Brand New Eyes was released on September 29, 2009 debuting at number 2 of the Billboard 200 selling 175,000 copies in its first week
EVANESCENCE / Amy Lee
He was born on December 13, 1981.En. Riverside, California, USA. He plays the Piano, He says that Haunted is the one who describes Evanescence, Ben discovered Amy, while playing 'I'd Do Anything for Love', She is Shaun Morgan's girlfriend, If she wasn't a singer, she was a Teacher. Amy, insulting Britney Spears, because she says she shows too much skin. He said, he would never undress. Amy wears blue and green contact lenses. Her natural hair is almost blond Brown. Her eyes are green ... She measures 5'2 (1.57). She says she hates the song My Immortal because she doesn't reflected in Evanescence's true painting. Her favorite artists are Tomi Amos, Nirvana, Michael Jackson, Björk and Coldplay. She is the daughter of Sara and Juan, a brother, Robbie (9), and two sisters, Carrie (14) and Laurie (12) .They called her Amy for a 70's song called "AMIE," During High School she composed songs with Ben and David Hodges. She loves the ocean. She loves to draw and paint. Amy would like to be a good cook, I would like to be an actress or painter. .His favorite holiday is Halloween, He hates fast food.He is allergic to lobster, and is almost in a coma to eat this.His passion is Chocolate, Instead of her favorite at Disney is ... Haunted Mansion (I went and I was dying 13 floors of madness ah), When I reached adolescence, I had complexes because I said what and she was fat., Her favorite movie is zombie movie is Dead Alive, Her favorite actor is Giovanni Rabisi, Her favorite era is Victoriana, She liked to die, until her mother called the police and there she screamed.