Singers - A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Elliot Easton

Elliot Steinberg

Born: 18 December 1953

Member of the now disbanded group "The Cars".

Sheena Easton

Sheena Shirley Orr
Born: 27 April 1959
Bellshill, Scotland

Pop diva of the 1980s. First female artist to score two simultaneous Top Ten hits in the UK with "Modern Girl" and "9 to 5".

Duke Ellington

Edward Kennedy Ellington
Born: 29 April 1899
Washington DC
Died: 24 May 1974 (cancer)

Best known for his orchestras most famous number, Billy
Strayhorn's "Take the A Train". One of the finest figures of American jazz.

Missy Elliot

Melissa Elliot
Born: 1 July 1971
Virginia, USA

Rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer, dancer and actress. Missy is a 5-time Grammy Award winner.


Marshall Bruce Mathers III
Born: 17 October 1974
Kansas City, Missouri

Rapper of the hit "The Slim Shady LP". Performed with Elton John at the 2001 Grammy Awards. Pays his estranged wife USD$2,740 per week in child support, she says it's not enough!


Eithne Ní Bhraonáin
Born: 17 May 1961
Gweedore, Ireland

Mystical pop singer, 1988 album "Watermark" established her as a singer of sweet, mystical multi-layered tunes.

David Essex

David Albert Cook
Born: 23 July 1947
London, England

Pin-up teen idol of the 1970s. Two #1 hits in the UK.

Gloria Estefan

Gloria Maria Fajardo
Born: 1 September 1957
Havana, Cuba


Erik Schrody
Born: August 18, 1969
Long Island, New York

One-time member of House of Pain, regained popularity by re-inventing himself as "if Neil Young or Willie Nelson, or Johnny Cash was a b-boy."


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