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Paul Charles Caravello, better known as Eric Carr, was an American musician who was the drummer for the rock band Kiss from 1980 to 1991. Caravello was selected as the new Kiss drummer after Peter Criss departed. He chose the stage name "Eric Carr" and took up The Fox persona. He remained a member of Kiss until his death from heart cancer on November 24, 1991, at the age of 41.
Boyd Tyrone Herndon is an American country music singer and songwriter. His music career began in the 1980s as a member of the Tennessee River Boys, a predecessor to the country band Diamond Rio. Herndon quit the band early on and gained his first national exposure as a competitor on Star Search. He then played at various honky-tonks in Texas. After signing to Epic Records in 1993, Herndon made his debut in 1995 with his number-one single, "What Mattered Most". This was followed that same year by the release of his first album, also titled What Mattered Most.
Revenge is the sixteenth studio album by American rock band Kiss, released on May 19, 1992. It is the band's first album to feature current drummer Eric Singer, following the death of former drummer Eric Carr in November 1991 and is the group's last album to feature musical contributions from the latter. Marking a stylistic departure from the pop-influenced glam metal which characterized much of the band's 1980s output for a heavier sound, the album reached the Top 20 in several countries, though it failed to reestablish the group back in the mainstream and its sales were equal-to or less than its predecessors, ultimately only being certified gold by the RIAA on July 20, 1992.
"True" is a song by English new wave band Spandau Ballet, released in April 1983 as the title track and third single from their third studio album. It was written by the band's guitarist/songwriter Gary Kemp to express his feelings for Altered Images lead singer Clare Grogan, influenced musically by songs of Marvin Gaye and Al Green he was listening to at the time, and lyrically by Green and The Beatles. It eventually reached number one on the UK chart in April 1983 and made the top 10 in several other countries, including the US, where it became their first song to reach the Billboard Hot 100.
"Silver Bells" is a Christmas song composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans.
"I Told You So" is a song written and recorded by American country music singer Randy Travis from his 1987 album, Always & Forever. It reached number one on the U.S. Billboard and Canadian RPM country singles charts in June 1988. Travis had first recorded it on his 1983 album Live at the Nashville Palace under his stage name "Randy Ray". It became a local hit and one of his most requested songs at the club. In 2007, the song was covered by Carrie Underwood on her album Carnival Ride. Her version was released in February 2009 and was re-recorded and re-released in March as a duet with Travis. Underwood's and Travis' duet peaked at number two on the U.S. country charts in 2009.
Who Do You Think You Are may refer to:
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Colette Mary Carr is an American musician and songwriter based in Los Angeles, California, United States. Carr's debut album, Skitszo, a collection of previously released digital EPs, was released on July 9, 2013. "Never Gonna Happen", the fifth single from the album, was released May 5, 2013, and reached the number eleven spot on Billboard's Dance-Club Chart. Her musical style has been compared to Dev and Little Boots.
Brandon Beal is an American singer, songwriter and producer. He gained recognition through his single "Twerk It Like Miley" which went viral through the app Dubsmash, and charted in 14 different countries including Denmark, Indonesia, and Malaysia. He later released the single "Golden" that featured Lukas Graham which also reached number 1 in Denmark, and charted in Sweden, Norway, and Germany. He also hit the number 1 spot in Denmark with the Christopher song "CPH Girls" that featured him.
Christopher Lund Nissen is a Danish singer from Copenhagen, signed to EMI Denmark. In November 2012, he won an award at the Danish Music Awards 2012. He was awarded New Thinker of the Year, given by Spotify as an innovation prize. Christopher has released five albums, the debut Colours (2012), followed by Told You So (2014), Closer (2016), Under the Surface (2019) and My Blood (2021). Christopher's songs include "Against the Odds, "Nothing in Common", "Told You So", "CPH Girls" and "I Won't Let You Down".
Adam Mitchell is a Scottish singer-songwriter, most notable for writing "French Waltz", which was a hit for Nicolette Larson; "Dancing Round and Round", which was a hit for Olivia Newton-John; and for his later co-writing work with Kiss on the albums Killers, Creatures of the Night, Crazy Nights, and Hot in the Shade.
Skitszo is the debut studio album by American singer-rapper Colette Carr, which was released as a whole on July 9, 2013 through Interscope. The album consists of four digital EPs, each featuring four songs, released two months apart. The full album includes all the songs from the EPs, plus four new ones.
Oh Baby, O Baby, Ooh Baby, Ooh Baby Baby, or Ooh Ooh Baby may refer to:
"Never Gonna Happen" is a single by American pop music singer and songwriter Colette Carr. The song was written by Carr, Martin Kierszenbaum, and Fernando Garibay. It was produced by Garibay and Cherry Cherry Boom Boom. It was released on March 5, 2013, as the fifth single from her debut album, Skitszo. The official music video was released on April 5, 2013. It became Carr's most successful song so far.
"Told You So" is a 2013 single by the Danish singer Christopher. It was released on Parlophone Danmark and is the title track of his same tilted album Told You So and pre-released in September 2013 in preparation for the release of the same-tilted album due 24 March 2014. The music video reminiscent of Michael Jackson The way you make me feel
"Who Do You Think You Are" is a song by American singer-songwriter and rapper Colette Carr from her debut album, Skitszo (2013). The song was written by Carr, Nadir Khayat, Novel Jannusi, Dov Elkabas and Ammerah Roelants and produced by RedOne and BeatGeek. It appears as the opening track from the album and was originally planned to be released as a single.
"Play House" is a single by American pop music singer and songwriter Colette Carr. It was released on January 22, 2016 as the second single from her second studio album, Believe in Us. The music video was released February 3, 2016. Lyrically the song talks about fantasizing about role playing with a love interest, having the perfect life "playing house".
"The World Turns All Around Her" is a song written by Gene Clark that was first recorded by the Byrds for their second album Turn! Turn! Turn! (1965).
Nathan Evans is a Scottish singer from Airdrie, Scotland best known for singing sea shanties. Evans first gained fame in 2020 by posting videos of himself singing sea shanties on social media service TikTok. In 2021, he released a cover of the folk song "Wellerman" which peaked at the top of the UK Singles Chart and also charted in several other countries.