Citations with the tag: SINGERS
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- British artists ride high on overseas seasonal charts.
// Music Week; 1/8/2011, Issue 1, p16
The article reports on the rise of British singers at overseas seasonal hit charts.
- Repeat performance.
Cooper, C. // Essence (Essence); May90, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p144
Compares and contrasts several contemporary black female singers with earlier counterparts. Nancy Wilson and Anita Baker; Odetta and Tracy Chapman; Diana Ross and Jody Watley; Gladys Knight and Regina Belle; Patti LaBelle and Stephanie Mills; Ntozake Shange and Queen Latifah.
- Breaking Loose.
Leshko, Adriana; Eakin, Emily; Hong, Catherine // Harper's Bazaar; Aug2001, Issue 3477, p101
Features U.S. singers Res, Lina and Alicia Keys.
- Girl trouble.
Wurtzel, E. // New Yorker; 6/29/92, Vol. 68 Issue 19, p63
Discusses the evolution of women musical rock performers from the 1960s to the present and how even though great strides have been made by female bands to achieve the equality and respect of their male counterparts, more still needs to be done. Wide range of female singers; Tracy Chapman's...
- Good-bye, Kenny Rogers, hello, Wagoneers.
Tosches, N. // Texas Monthly; Oct88, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p114
Analyzes the trend changes in country music since the first recording of `Sa llie Gooden' and `Arkansas Traveler' by Eck Robertson and Henry Gilliland in 1922. Includes descriptions and pictures of up-and-coming country singers; The fall in popularity of old favorites. INSET: Discusses where...
- One brick shy of a load.
Patoski, J.N. // Texas Monthly; Oct88, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p122
Brief profiles of seven country music bands or solo performers whose gimmicks make them `just a little different' from more conventional country performers.
- Magnet musicians.
Patoski, J.M. // Texas Monthly; Feb91, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p68
Compares the ditsy stage styles, magnet high school careers and visual arts careers of popular Texas singer/songwriters Sara Hickman and Edie Brickell.
- Singers recycled.
Davis, P.G. // New York; 8/21/89, Vol. 22 Issue 32, p130
Discusses how recent releases preserve the great voices of past and present. Reports on the CD market and how historical releases outnumber newly recorded performances.
- Boy meets girl singer.
Ohrent, D. // Esquire; Sep88, Vol. 110 Issue 3, p58
Describes the different types of female singers that can be classified as girl singers. Style; Rhythm; Purity of voice.
- The new American singing.
Ohrent, D. // Newsweek; 12/2/85, Vol. 106 Issue 23, p90
Forget the past. We're in a new `golden age' of American singing. The stars, including Kathleen Battle and Carol Vanes, currently appearing in the Metropolitan Opera's new production of `The Marriage of Figaro' are young, attractive, gifted actors and the toast of audiences worldwide.
- The hot new singers.
Ohrent, D. // Ebony; Dec1988, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p82
Presents some new solo and group singers. Tracy Chapman, 24; Al B. Sure!, 19; Keith Sweat; Siedah Garrett, 26; Pebbles; MAC Band; Bobby Brown; Suave; Tony! Toni! Tone; Guy.
- Show biz brothers show off.
Ohrent, D. // Ebony; Oct1990, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p116
Discusses several well-known brother acts in show business. The Winans gospel group; Rapper M.C. Hammer's family management team; Pop group called After 7; Jazz-singing Calloway brothers; The Neville brothers.
- What's in their walkman?
Kirchner, Jill // Glamour; Jun93, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p130
Presents singers and their preferred singers. Billy Joel; Sade; Bruce Hornsby; Jon Secada; Mary-Chapin Carpenter; Neneh Cherry.
- Music, music everywhere.
Newman, Melinda; Morris, Chris // Billboard; 8/7/93, Vol. 105 Issue 32, p10
Lists acts who generated rave reviews during New York stint last July 1993. Liz Phair; Pavement; Pavement; Mammoth Records' Bats; Japanese experimental noise act Boredoms; Boston alternative fourpie Dambuilders; Punk act Buzzcocks.
- 10 THINGS We discovered last month�.
Newman, Melinda; Morris, Chris // Director (00123242); Apr2010, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p66
The article features various news stories and issues of interest in Great Britain in March 2010, including the offer by Greek singer Nana Mouskouri to give up her pension to help in solving her country's economic problems, a 36% drop in sales of instant coffee from 2005 to 2009 due to consumers'...
- Farewell, Miss Fremstad.
Newman, Melinda; Morris, Chris // Wilson Quarterly; Spring98, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p141
Reviews the article `An American Singer,' by Peter G. Davis, found in the October 1997 issue of `The Yale Review.'
- Love songs are back-with a handsome look.
Newman, Melinda; Morris, Chris // Ebony; Nov1989, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p122
Photo essay with brief text featuring eight black male singers whose trademarks are their handsome looks and love songs. Includes El DeBarge; James Ingram; Grady Harrell; Jonathan Butler; Others.
- WHO AM I? WIN A BEAUTY PRIZE PACK.
Newman, Melinda; Morris, Chris // Woman's Day (Australian Consolidated Press); 11/29/2010, Vol. 62 Issue 48, p100
A quiz based on the identification of a Scotland based singer is presented.
- The it list/Music.
Newman, Melinda; Morris, Chris // Entertainment Weekly; 06/26-07/03/98, Issue 438/439, p56
Presents information on a listing of popular singers in the entertainment industry around the world. Names of the singers; Details on their careers; Plans of the singers; Comments from the artists.
- Bistro bits.
Sander, Roy // Back Stage; 3/10/95, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p11
Focuses on singers in New York city. Profile of singer and guitarist Eric Hansen; Peter Howard's showcasing of his musical entertainment talents; Performance of male singers in clubs.
- Pop music: Now a woman's world.
Dickerson, James // Glamour; July97, Vol. 95 Issue 7, p81
Reports that it is not unusual to turn on your radio and hear ten songs in a row by female solo artists like Alanis Morissette and Tori Amos, or women-led groups like `No Doubt' and the `Spice Girls.' Record sales for the first quarter of 1997; Percentage of female solo artists making `Rolling...
- Singer's choice.
Davis, P.G. // New York; 5/22/89, Vol. 22 Issue 20, p66
Discusses various female operatic singers. Soprano Dawn Upshaw, 28; Soprano Susan Dunn and Gwyneth Jones.
- TOP POP CATALOG.
Davis, P.G. // Billboard; 1/24/2004, Vol. 116 Issue 4, p57
Presents a tabular representation of the top pop music artists in the U.S. as of January 24, 2004.
- Aussie artists attracting attention.
Baker, Glenn A.; Eliezer, Christie // Billboard; 9/30/95, Vol. 107 Issue 39, p55
Features rising Australian singers. Includes Silverchair; Diesel; Christine Anu.
- Singing At Suburban House.
Livshin, Vera // Baltimore Jewish Times; 8/17/2012, Vol. 327 Issue 7, p43
The article discusses the highlights of the Night at the Copa Singers, a live show hosted by Suburban House in Pikesville, Maryland.
- Navajo singers to perform in Oman.
Livshin, Vera // Navajo Times; 7/5/2012, Vol. 51 Issue 27, pD-2
The article announces that the Chinle Valley Singers are scheduled to perform at the Sultanate of Oman at the Dofar Municipality Recreational Center in Oman on July 11, 2012.
- Soundtracks, singers fuel optimism for future hits.
Waleson, Heidi // Billboard; 12/23/95, Vol. 107 Issue 51, p50
Presents information on singers and their soundtracks for 1995 classical music. `Immortal Beloved'; Changing of classical music conductors.
- China clamps down on lip-synching.
Waleson, Heidi // Asian Pacific Post; 11/20/2008, p19
The article reports on the statement of Chinese ministry of culture that China plans to punish all singers who lip-synch during performances.
- High notes.
Christiansen, Rupert // Vanity Fair; Sep92, Vol. 55 Issue 9, p218
Presents photographs of and information about six rising stars of American opera. Soprano Deborah Voight; Mezzo-soprano Dolora Zajick; Baritone Vladimir Chernov; Soprano Ruth Ann Swenson; Tenor Frank Lopardo; Soprano Patricia Schuman.
- Top albums A-Z (listed by artists).
Christiansen, Rupert // Billboard; 8/20/94, Vol. 106 Issue 34, p105
Presents `Billboard' magazine's alphabetical list of artist in the top 200 albums for the week of August 20, 1994.
- Crooner edition.
Cerio, Gregory; O'Donnell, Paul // Newsweek; 5/23/1994, Vol. 123 Issue 21, p6
Presents conventional wisdom on springtime in Washington, where the Hill is alive with the sound of music. Players include B. Streisand, T. Bennett, F. Sinatra, M. Jagger, Madonna and D. Sawyer.
- PARIS WHO?
Cerio, Gregory; O'Donnell, Paul // NW; 2/9/2004, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p42
Discusses rumors about the purple mark found in the neck of singer and "Australian Idol" contestant Robert Mills, during a road tour with his fellow idols.
- Veterans reign in Spain.
Llewellyn, Howell // Billboard; 7/9/94, Vol. 106 Issue 28, p50
Features Spain's best-selling music artists in the 1990s. Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo Del Silos' compact disks (CD) of Gregorian chants; Gloria Estefan's `Mi Tierra'; Mecano's `Aidalai'; El Ultimo De La Fila's `Astronomia Razonable'; Miguel Bose's `Bajo El Signo De Cain'; Rosario's `Le...
- Opera Singers of the Past.
Llewellyn, Howell // World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2008, p206
A list of opera singers in the past is presented which includes Frances Alda, Pasquale Amato and Marian Anderson.
- Lady Jazz.
Denton, Beau // Sarasota Magazine; Apr2011, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p23
The article reports on the performance of Lady Jazz at Divino Restaurant in Sarasota, Florida.
- Cari-Folk's 'Tep Ova Makka'
Abdul, Raoul // New York Amsterdam News; 3/4/2004, Vol. 95 Issue 10, p25
The article reports that, the prize-winning Cari-Folk Singers brought a program entitled "Tep Ova Makka" to Evander Childs High School in the Bronx, New York. Founded in 1973 at Excelsior High School in Kingston, Jamaica, the group's main purpose is to keep authentic traditional Caribbean folk...
- GOSPEL FEST.
Abdul, Raoul // New York Amsterdam News; 6/26/2008, Vol. 99 Issue 27, p23
Several photographs of gospel singers are presented.
- DIVAS IN TRAINING.
Venable, Malcolm; Serpick, Evan // Entertainment Weekly; 02/15/2002, Issue 639, p68
Assesses the chances of four women vocalists in succeeding in the music industry.
- WORDS OF ONE SYLLABLE DEPT.
Venable, Malcolm; Serpick, Evan // New Yorker; 10/17/1959, Vol. 35 Issue 35, p180
An excerpt from an article on opera singers published in an issue of the "Syosset Advance" newspaper in 1959 is presented.
- Singing Bocelli's praises.
Stuart, Andrew // Music Week; 1/21/2006, Issue 3, p9
The article profiles Andrea Bocelli, an Italian tenor. The superstar tenor hails from Tuscany, Italy whose worldwide album sales loom large in the picture of the contemporary record industry. He was a court-appointed junior defense lawyer. His career in singing began in 1992. He has...
- From Another World.
Dryden, Konrad // Opera Quarterly; Summer2004, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p422
Features soprano Magda Olivero. Family and career background of Olivero; Characteristic of the vocal performance of Olivero on stage; Factors that influence the performance of Olivero.
- A Conversation with Christiane Oelze, Part 2.
Holmes, Leslie // Journal of Singing; May/Jun2004, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p499
Interviews soprano Christiane Oelze, regarding her focus in singing and ideals in partnering with other musical artists in Germany. Appearances at Covent Garden and Glyndbourne; Involvement of meditation, tai chi and getting massages in her regimen; Inclination to sing the cabaret songs.
- McCormack, John.
WILLIER, STEPHEN // St. James Opera Encyclopedia; 2001, p496
An encyclopedia entry for tenor John McCormack is presented. She was born on June 14, 1884 in Athlone, Ireland. He studied with Vincent O'Brien in Dublin, Ireland, and with Vincenzo Sabatini in Milan, Italy. He was an extremely popular and beloved recitalist and had a very distinguished operatic...
- Melchior, Lauritz.
SIMS, MICHAEL // St. James Opera Encyclopedia; 2001, p509
An encyclopedia entry for tenor Lauritz Melchior is presented. He was born on March 20, 1890 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He studied as a baritone with Paul Bang at Copenhagen Royal Opera School and debuted as Silvio in I pagliacci. He reigned as the king of Wagnerian tenors throughout his career...
- To bleed or not to bleed.
Kane, Karen // Canadian Musician; Jul/Aug99, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p60
Provides tips on how to deal with singers playing acoustic guitar at the same time. Role of recording engineers for inspiring the creativity of artists; Need to consider the use of direct box for the guitar sound; Importance of room acoustics.
- Keeping your voice healthy.
Kane, Karen // Canadian Musician; Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p32
Presents tips regarding ways to keep one's voice healthy. Maintenance of soft speech; Greater use of voice to improve strength; Avoidance of stress.
- yelling can be Beautiful part 2.
La Brie, James // Canadian Musician; Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p32
The article offers step-by-step instructions for singers on what to do before their performance.
- IS REALITY POP SET TO EAT ITSELF?
Talbot, Martin // Music Week; 9/14/2002, Issue 37, p3
Comments on the emergence of pop singers. Type of music produced; Names of music artists; Careers of singers.
- Trio to record charity version of Nessun Dorma, Classical Brits.
Talbot, Martin // Music Week; 5/15/2010, Issue 19, p2
The article reports on the decision of singers Blake, Camilla Kerslake and Howard Goodall to perform the aria "Nessum Dorma" at the 2010 Classical Brits on May 13, 2010.
- THE RETURN OF AN OUTLAW AND SOME FRIENDS.
Block, Adam // Advocate; 11/8/88, Issue 511, p63
Presents news concerning male singers in the United States as of November 1988. Dance hit of Marc Almond; Benefit concert of Billy Bragg; Performances of Johnny Langford and Marc Riley.