Moby DJ Moby, DJ摩比, Evil Ninja Moby, M Oby, Mob9, Mobey, Mobi, Möby, Moby (as Jim Biscuit), Moby., Moby's, Mody, R.M. Moby, The Little Idiot Moby, モービーBorn: September 11, 1965, Harlem, New York, NY, United States. One of electronic music's most visible and talked-about figures, Moby's career comprises many years of work and many musical twists and turns. His career stretches all the way back to early rave and acid-house releases in the late 80s and early 90s as U.H.F. and Voodoo Child, through to his much loved/hated R&B/blues/pop/techno sample cut-ups of today. His most notable tracks from his early days include "Next Is The E", "Everytime You Touch Me" and "Into The Blue", and the classic "Go", as well as his early albums "Ambient" and "Early Underground". He was managed by Marci Webber. A brief outing into more rock-oriented territory came with 1996's "Animal Rights", followed by "I Like To Score" in 1997, highlighting his past movie score contributions (most notably a remix of the "James Bond Theme"). In 1999 and 2000, Moby found unprecedented pop success with the album "Play" and the slew of singles and radio tracks that came from it ("Honey", "Run On", "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?", "Natural Blues", "Porcelain", "Southside", and more). Among other things, his appearance as a DJ in the foyer of the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards (wearing a gold suit and playing two golden copies of "Play") led many people to decry him as a sellout. Nonetheless, his follow-up album "18" tinkered very little with the "Play" sound and still received a mostly positive reception in 2002. Besides the many faces of his music, Moby also gathers controversy for his outspoken religious, dietary and animal rights views, as well as persistent rumors that his live shows are mostly pre-recorded. Every Moby release from the mid-90s onward has borne the text "Animals are not ours to eat, wear or experiment on. Thanks to Christ."
Cher Chér, Cherilyn, Cherilyn (Cher), Cheryl, Sher, シエール, 雪兒Born May 20, 1946 in El Centro, California. American entertainer (singer, actress, TV host, director, producer, author, activist) whose career stretches back to the 1960's (see Sonny & Cher). She enjoyed fairly consistent solo success with various styles of music, launching hits throughout the decades such as 'Bang Bang', 'Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves', 'Half Breed', 'Dark Lady', the disco outing 'Take Me Home'. After a five year hiatus from recording and touring to concentrate on film roles, Cher came back to music in 1987 with a rejuvenated style and successes like 'I Found Someone', 'If I Could Turn Back Time', 'Just Like Jesse James' or her retake on 'The Shoop Shoop Song'. In 1998 Cher released the Metro produced 'Believe', which became her biggest selling single ever, reaching number 1 in the UK (where it still holds the crown of best selling single by a female artist), the US and across the world. The successful album of the same title spawned three more hit singles. Cher has won a Grammy Award, an Emmy Award, an Academy Award, three Golden Globe Awards, among several other honors. She has sold over 100 million records worldwide to date. She is the only artist to date to have a number-one single on a Billboard chart in six consecutive decades, from the 1960s to the 2010s. Married to Gregg Allman, from 1975 to 1979. (see Allman And Woman) Fronted the band Black Rose, in 1980-81.
Sheryl Crow Cheril Crow, Cherryl Crow, Cherryl Crowe, Cheryl Crow, Cheryl Crowe, Crow, Crow Sheryl Suzanne, Crow, Sheryl Suzanne, Crowl, S. Crow, S. Crown, S. S. Crow, S.Crow, Sherel Crow, Sheril Crow, Sherryl Crow, Shery, Sheryl, Sheryl Suzanne Crow, シェリル・クロウAmerican musician, singer, songwriter and actress born February, 11, 1962 in Kennett, Missouri. Daughter of Wendell Crow.