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All HistOry and Page numbers are Given belOw....... sO that yOu find them eaisly...

Page # 1
Ustad Baray Ghulam Ali Khan
Adnan Sami
Sonu Nigaam
Page # 2
Himesh Reshammiya
Lata Mangeshkar
A.R Rehman
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Melody Queen Noor Jehan
Ali Zafar
Atif Aslam

Page # 3
Sunidhi Chauhan
Anu Malik
Michael  jackson
Talat Mahmood

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Ustad Baray Ghulam Ali Khan

The death of no other classical musician in recent times has had such a stunning effect as the passing away of Ustad Baray Ghulam Ali Khan had in April 1968 on the world of Indian music. AIR was flooded with poignant tributes and homages from great musicians, musicologists and music-lovers from all over the country.

The great maestro used to say: "Music is to me more than my food. It is my only life and I cannot live without it. I would rather die with a song on my lips than live without music." Years ago, he had to undergo a serious goitre operation after which he was advised complete vocal and physical rest by his surgeon-friend. Hardly 24 hours had elapsed when he burst into a taan covering 3 octaves! When his surgeon affectionately admonished him for it, his childlike reply was: "I had to see if my voice has been affected. Without it, what use is my life to me?"

When Baray Ghulam Ali was stricken with paralysis in 1961 his admirers all over the country felt deeply grieved not only for themselves, but even more for the great Ustad for whom life without music would be nothing better than the silence of the tomb. Those who had seen his utter helplessness after the stroke, had no hope of hearing his wonderful singing voice again. But after some time, excited rumours spread that he was going to stage a come-back, rumours that seemed too good to be true. But he proved how mind can truimph over the body. There he was on the stage- "frail in body, but exuberent in spirit, looking like a disabled lion - still majestic in his deportment, a twinkle in his eyes, and that impish smile on his lips". Music circles took the lead in restoring his self-confidence. In his programme (relayed by AIR) after receiving the Presidential Award, he seemed to have set a challenge for himself by singing Khayals and Tarana (in Yaman) - just to reassure himself that his taans had at least not been "crippled" by the stroke.

Another of his "come-back" appearances was in the Fourth Music and Dance Festival (1967) sponsored by the Goverment of Maharashtra. He had to be brought on a chair and seated on the stage before the curtain went up. He was surrounded by his various accompanists and admirers on the stage; but he refused to start singing. Reason:- "You have switched off all the audience lights and I can see no one in the dark. How can I feel like singing unless I have a darshan of my dear listeners who have come from far and near in their affection for me?" A glimpse of the adoring crowds, and he broke into his inimitable Khayal in Rag Chchaya ("Jo kare Ram Kripa") full of [The kHayAl in Chhayanat is actually "Sugreeva Rama Krupa" - RP] devotional fervour. For the true musician, there is only one God - by whichever name you address Him. The great artist that he was, Ghulam Ali was not interested in political and religious differences. He knew of only two categories of humanity - music-lovers and the uninterested ones. "I know only one thing - Music ! I am little interested in other things. I am just a humble devotee of God and Music."

Ghulam Ali not only believed in the divine origin of music but also in the story that music came into his family when one of his Pathan ancestors (Fazl Peerdad Khan) migrated to Hindustan from Ghazni, became a Fakir, and worshipped the Goddess of music for years among the lonely mountain-tops of the north until one day she appeared before the music-mad devotee and blest him. "Music will run in your family from generation to generation". Peerdada handed over his ilm to Miyan Irshad Ali Khan (great-grandfatber of Ghulam Ali) from whom it came to Id Mohammad Khan (Ghulam Ali's grandfather), to father Ali Buksh, uncle Kale Khan, and on to Baray Ghulam Ali. Their Gharana was known as the Kasur Gharana.

Born in Lahore in 1901, Ghulam Ali's musical gifts were evident at an incredibly early age. As an infant he once wailed in the same pitch in which his father and his famous uncle Kale Khan were singing! Reminiscing over his childhood, the Ustad once said: "I do not know at what age I began to master the 12 notes. This much I can say. At the age of 3 or 4 when I started talking, I had some idea of the 12 notes. I learnt sargam as a child learns his mother-tongue."

Recognising the musical potentialities of the child, Ali Bux put him, at the age of seven, under the tutelage of Khan Sahib Kale Khan of Patiala for the next ten years. After the Khan Sahib's death, Ghulam Ali continued his training under his own father. Both his uncle and father bad received good training from Khan Sahib Fateh Ali Khan, the court musician of Patiala.

What fired him with a feeling of challenge was a small incident. When Kale Khan died, a certain musician made a caustic remark that "music was dead with Kale Khan." This put young Ghulam Ali on his mettle. In his own words: "For the next five years, music became my sole passion. I practised hard day and night, even at the cost of sleep. All my joys and sorrows were centred on music."

Ghulam Ali was gifted with all the attributes of a great musician: musical lineage, sound training and high artistic sensibility. "To me the purity of the note is the supreme thing", he used to say. Ghulam Ali also had the privilege of receiving talim from Ashiq Ali (who belonged to the Gharana of Tanras Khan), and from the late Baba Sinde Khan. Some people detected shades of Ustad Wahid Khan's charming style in his Khayal alap.

Whether it was a Khayal with a courtly theme, a Thumri with wistfully romantic word-content, a playful Dadra or a soulful Bhajan, Ghulam Ali Khan could always put his heart and soul into the song. We have no dearth of great traditionalists and purists who can impress the intellect by their technical mastery. But what is music without a soul! Ghulam Ali's music was "the best imaginable blend of appeal and technique." Few could touch the listeners' hearts as he could. No wonder, that no other classical vocalist earned such country-wide adulation as he did. Among his many contributions to Hindustani music, the outstanding one is that he opened the eyes and ears of contemporary musicians and music-lovers to the prime importance of voice culture and voice-modulation and the supreme value of emotion in music. "A voice is not just a ready-made gift from the gods. One has to earn it, polish it, and gain absolute command over it by Sangeet Sadhana" - he used to say.

A remarkable fact in Baray Ghulam Ali's life was his transformation, in the early part of his life, from the role of a Sarangi player to that of a vocalist. This experience really enriched his taans and we admire him all the more for it, but somehow Ghulam Ali never liked to be reminded about that -early phase of his life!

The amazing pliability of his voice, his unpredictable swara-combinations, the incredible speed of his tans, and the ease with which he could sway his audiences by his emotional renderings - these were some of the qualities which became the envy and despair of many a rival.

As I sit and recall the numerous concerts of Baray Ghulam Ali that I had the good fortune to attend, I find that there was not a single rasa that he could not bring to life through his music. Such was the power of his music that be it summer or winter, if be chose to sing Basant and (or), Bahar, he could conjure up before the audience, the entire beauty, youthful exuberance, bursting buds, and blossoms, the poignancy of separation and the entire atmosphere of Spring. Suddenly he would wave the magic wand of his music, and when he started that peerless Desh of his "Kali Ghata ghir aye Sajani", the audience could almost hear the rumbling of thunder (in the deep, growling mandra notes) see the flashes of lightning (in his sweeping taan), and share the beloved's agony of separation (through the exquisite meends) and so on. In his Thumri "Naina more taras rahe" (in Jangla Bhairavi), he could bring out the entire longing of the eyes to behold the "Pardesi balam." What passion cannot music raise and quell! He sang strictly within the traditional framework, but what varied emotions he could pour into his dignified and devotional Khayals (like "Mahadev Maheshivar", or "Prabhu ranga bheeni"), sensuous thumris like "Yadpiya Ki aye", or "Tirchh najariya ke Baan"), poignant Dadras (Saiya bolbolo) playful Horis, and soulful Bhajans. By his richly expressive style, he has silenced the detractors of classical music who argue that it is "dry and flat," and therefore, sans appeal. This pained Ghulam Ali, who used to say - "This is because generally our musicians are more interested in technical virtuosity. But really, emotion is the very soul of our music which has the power to express the subtlest nuances of feeling". He proved his point by his own style. "From the heart of the singer to the heart of the listener" was true in the case of his music. For the rare perfection and popularity that he brought to the Punjab ang Thumri, he has been rightly called "the King of light classical music". He had cultivated a full and splendidly modulated voice that charmed listeners. It was a soothing, polished voice that could float effortlessly over the 3 octaves, in slow long glides (meends) or in faans of inimitable speed.

It is true that Ghulam Ali belonged to a long and illustrious musical lineage - the Patiala Gharana. But it was his genius that chiselled off all the harsh crudities and angularities of the once dry Patiala Gharana, and lent it such a rare polish and glow that today it has achieved countrywide popularity. Baray Ghulam Ali Khan has left behind not only hundreds of singers trying to emulate him, but also thousands and thousands of music-lovers who cherish his music. No other North Indian vocalist ever attracted such large audiences in the South as did Baray Ghulam Ali Khan.

Baray Ghulam Ali never tried to win the approbation of those classical purists who judge the excellence of a perfor mance by the length of delineation of each raga. His aim was to appeal to the hearts of the millions who heard him. He would say: "What is the use of stretching each raga for hours? There are bound to be repetitions." He was one of those rare musicians who was an adept in matching his music to the mood and tastes of his audiences. Indeed, few classical musicians have equalled his shrewd knowledge of audience-psychology. He used to give brief renderings of ragas at big conferences because he rightly felt that too elaborate alaps and badhat might sound tedious to the uninitiated who form the bulk of big gatherings. However, he inevitably poured out his sweetest art at exclusive private soirees. It was at the great Vikram Samvat Conference in Bombay that Ghulam Ali shot up to dizzy heights of fame. It was an unforgettable occasion. All the shining jewels of Hindustani classical music like Aftab-E-Mausiqui Ustad Faiyaz Khan, Ustad Alladiya Khan, Kesarbai and all the rest of the brilliant galaxy were present.

Young Ghulam Ali's performance made him the sensation of the day. Those who heard him on that occasion still rave about the Khayals in Pooriva, and Marva and the Thumris that he rendered then.

At his abode, wherever he used to stay, whether Bombay, Delhi, Calcutta or Hyderabad, he was surrounded by his admirers all the time, and the Swarmandal was always with him. Every few minutes he would break into song to illustrate a point he was making. A firm believer in the debt that classical music owes to folk music, he could, with amazing dexterity, demonstrate the simple folk tunes like a real villager, and then suddenly sing out its fully polished classical counterpart in a scintillating manner! No wonder his admirers were always crowding around him throughout his waking hours. An ample, corpulent figure with a handlebar moustache, his face would become lighted up with expression as he sang, and music enriched with unsurpassed melodiousness would flow out of this great maestro.

During the Ustad's last stay in Bombay (prior to his departure for Hyderabad and his last fatal attack), my brother, a devout BGA fan, in the course of his Cochin-Bombay-Calcutta flight, had a few hours' halt in Bombay, before taking a plane to Calcutta. It was 11 pm when he reached Baray Ghulam Ali Khan's place. Yet, with joy, the Ustad showed his hospitality, not by serving tea and sweets but by something more precious. "Bring my swarmandal," he said to his son Munawwar. "Let me sing awhile for my dear guest." My brother was overwhelmed by the great artiste's humility, affection, and his utter absorption in music. One of my brother's most cherished. possessions today is an old autographed Swarmandal of the Ustad.

Baray Ghulam Ali was not only everyone's favourite, but the favourite of many musicians. When the news of his death spread (April 1968), great contemporaries like Begum Akhtar, Siddheswari Devi, Bhimsen Joshi, Dilip Chandra Vedi and a host of others spoke out in their grief over the "irreparable loss". Siddheswari Devi looked nostalgically at a group-photo in which she sat next to the great maestro after a grand music conference in 1936, and said in a tearful voice: "The like of Baray Ghulam Ali Khan will never come. There will not be another like him."

Begum Akhtar who had known him since long, paid her tribute thus: "I have never seen such a rare combination of greatness and simplicity. When I first heard him, I felt that I was hearing real music for the first time. He was my honoured guest for several months in Calcutta. He used to sing all day long. In fact, music was his sole interest in life, In sorrow he would draw solace from music. In joy also he would burst into song. What a rare musician!"

Under his pen name, Sabrang, he has left numerous lilting compositions - khayals and thumris. Sabrang had only one passion in life - Music.

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Adnan Sami

Adnan Sami Khan(born August 15, 1973) is a popular British-born Pakistani singer, musician, pianist, actor and composer. Born to an Indian mother and a Pakistani father, his style merges Indian and Western styles and instrumentation and ranges from classical to jazz to modern pop-rock. He was awarded MTV's 2001 "Breakthrough Artist of the Year".


Sami was born, reared and educated in Britain. His father, Arshad Sami Khan, was a Pakistani diplomat and had training in composing classical and jazz music.[citation needed] Sami attended Rugby School and studied at the University of London. He had played piano since his childhood and so studied music in school and in college. Indian singer Asha Bhosle spotted talent in a ten-year-old Sami at an R D Burman concert in London, and encouraged him to take up music as a career. Sami then went on to learn Indian classical music from Mahraj Khatak, a Pakistani classical singing teacher and dancer. Sami further learned from Indian Santoor maestro, Pandit Shivkumar Sharma, and became one of the first people to play Indian classical music on the piano and electric piano.

Sami's parents and younger brother now reside in Houston, Texas. He was married to Safa Galadhari and has a son from another previous marriage with Zeba Bakhtiar.


Sami's vocal albums are consistently successful in sales, each one selling more than a million copies. His album Kabhi To Nazaraan Milao, it became the all-time largest selling independent album in India upon release. It remained number one on the music charts for an unprecedented 78 weeks, and Khan followed that album with Tera Chehra, which sold several million copies all over the world. His latest album is "Kisi Din" which is also a big hit.
Awards and accolades

Sami has won many international awards, including the "Nigar Award", the "Bolan Academy Award", and the "Graduate Award". He was given a "Special Award of UNICEF" and a United Nations Peace Medal for a song he wrote and performed for Africa. He was invited to be a member of the jury of the prestigious music festival "Voice of Asia" competition, held annually at Almaty, Kazhakstan - the jury comprises top music composers of the world. Sami has recently been featured in a documentary, commissioned by the Foreign and Common Wealth Office of Great Britain, about ten people from the sub-continent who have influenced the Asian culture in the UK over the last fifty years.

Reviewing a piano solo performance Khan gave on Channel 4 in the UK, Keyboard Magazine declared him the "Keyboard Discovery of The 90s". Swedish radio and television referred to him as the "fastest keyboard player in the world."[citation needed] Sami has performed for prestigious music festivals to sold-out stadia of his solo concert tours all over the world in over forty countries.[citation needed]

As a classical concert pianist, Sami has had the honour of giving "solo" Royal Command performances before the King of Sweden and King Hussein of Jordan. He has also performed before Heads of State and Government such as President Mitterrand of France, the President of United Arab Emirates, the President and Prime Minister of India, the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan, the President and Prime Minister of Khazakhstan, the Prime Minsiter of Kyrgystan, the Prime Minister and Christina of Sweden.[citation needed]

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S O N U   N I I G A A M
Date Of Birth : 30th July 1973, Faridabad, India...

Sonu Nigam was born July 30, 1973 in Faridabad, Haryana, India,[1] is a playback singer whose songs have been featured in numerous Bollywood movies. He has also released numerous Indi-pop albums. He changed the spelling of his last name from Nigam to Niigaam to reflect an auspicious number in astrology.

Early life

Born in Faridabad, Sonu moved to Delhi with his family. He attended J.D.Tytler School. His father Agam Kumar is also a singer, Sonu also has two younger sisters, of which One, Neekita Nigam is a singer. At the age of four and half Sonu started singing Rafi's numbers at concerts where Sonu's father performed. Discovered and promoted by Gulshan Kumar of T-Series, who gave him his first break. Soon due to his recordings Sonu moved from Delhi to Mumbai to pursue his career, at the age of 19.


Sonu started his career singing covers of Mohammad Rafi songs. His first movie as a playback singer was (Janum) which was a major flop in (1990). This film was not officially released due to some reason but some considered it as a flop. Again he got his big break as a playback singer in Gulshan Kumar's film (Aaja Meri Jaan) and then "Accha Sila Diya Tune" (also sung in Gujarati) from Bewafa Sanam (1996). At this time, he also started hosting Sa Re Ga Ma, a television singing talent competition that became one of the most popular shows on Indian television. Thereafter, the offers poured in, albeit slowly at first. He shot to fame with the song "Sandese Aate Hai" from Border (1997). In the initial stages, he was type-cast as a Rafi-sound-alike. The image was transformed after his brilliant rendition of "Yeh Dil, Deewana" in the film Pardes (1997). Since then, he has created a unique trademark style of his own.

Over the years, Sonu Nigam has become a major force in the music industry. He has released a number of pop albums including Mausam, Sapnay Ki Baat, Kismat, Deewana, Jaan, Yaad, Chanda Ki Doli and Colours of Love, as well as a Punjabi album 'Pyar'. Besides SaReGaMa, he has also hosted Kisme Kitna Hai Dum and been a judge on Indian Idol. Sonu has also acted in a few films as well, namely Jaani Dushmaan alongside Sunny Deol, Manisha Koirala and Akshay Kumar as well as other actors, Kash Aap Hamare Hote where he plays the lead opposite Juhi Babbar daughter of Raj Babbar who too is in this movie and lastly Love in Nepal with Flora Saini and Sweta Keswani, where he plays the lead again but opposite Flora. However it is to be said that all three films have not done terribly well at the box-office. Recently though, he started hosting his own radio programme called Life Ki Dhun With Sonu Nigam on Radiocity 91 FM, where he has had the opportunity of interviewing industry greats, including the legendary Lata Mangeshkar. This radio show is available on the net. His future projects include a semi-classical album, an English album and an album covering 18 of the greatest Mohammad Rafi songs (recently announced).

Sonu has sung playback for countless Hindi movies. As well, he is a popular playback singer for many regional movies, singing effortlessly in many languages from Kannada, Punjabi to Bengali to Telugu, and many more.He is very famous in South Indian movies especially in Kannada.

Sonu will be touring North America in aMay/June 2007 in a star-studded show called the Incredibles with singing legend Asha Bhonsle, as well as current singing sensations Kunal Ganjawala and Kailash Kher.


On 17th July, 2007 Sonu Nigam stunned the bollywood industry by announcing that Subhash K Jha, a film journalist, was forcing him into homosexual relationship and pressuring him by constant critisism of his work, singing and acting. Subhash however denied any such thing and is said to be consulting his lawyers for legal action against Sonu.


    * 2005, Swaralaya Yesudas Award, for his outstanding performance in Music.

    * 2005, MTV Immies - Best Pop Album, for his self-composed album titled "Chanda Ki Doli".

    * 2005, Star Screen Award Best Male Playback, for the song "Dheere Jalna", from the film "Paheli"

    * 2004, MTV Immies - Best Male Singer, for the song "Main Hoon Na", from the film "Main Hoon Na"

    * 2004, National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer, for the song "Kal Ho Naa Ho", from the film Kal Ho Naa Ho

    * 2004, IIFA Best Male Playback Award, for the song "Kal Ho Naa Ho", from the film Kal Ho Naa Ho

    * 2003, Filmfare Best Male Playback Award, for the song "Kal Ho Naa Ho", from the film Kal Ho Naa Ho".

    * 2003, Zee Cine Award Best Playback Singer- Male, for the song "Saathiya", from the film "Saathiya"

    * 2003, IIFA Best Male Playback Award, for the song "Saathiya", from the film "Saathiya"

    * 2003, MTV Immies - Best Male Singer, for the sing "Saathiya" from the film "Saathiya".

    * 2002, Filmfare Best Male Playback Award, for the song "Saathiya", from the film Saathiya.

    * 2002, Zee Cine Award Best Playback Singer- Male, for the song "Suraj Hua Maddham", from the film "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham"

    * 2002, IIFA Best Male Playback Award, for the song "Suraj Hua Maddham", from the film "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham"

    * 2001, Star Screen Award Best Male Playback, for the song "Tanhayee", from the film "Dil Chahta Hai"

    * 1998, Zee Cine Award Best Playback Singer- Male, for the song "Sandese Aate Hai", from the film "Border"

Memorable Hits

Accha Sila Diya   =   Bewafa Sanam    =  1994
Yeh Dil Deewana  =    Pardes    =  1997
Sandese Aate Hain   =   Border   =   1997
Satrangi Re  =    Dil Se   =   1998
Zindagi Maut Na Ban Jaaye   =   Sarfarosh  =    1999
Mere Humsafar   =   Refugee  =    2000
Panchhi Nadiyan   =   Refugee  =    2000
Tanhayee   =   Dil Chahta Hai   =   2001
Suraj Hua Maddham    =  Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham  =    2001
Saathiya   =   Saathiya   =   2002
Mera rang de Basanti   =   The Legend of Bhagat Singh  =    2002
Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna   =   The Legend of Bhagat Singh   =   2002
Kal Ho Naa Ho, Movie   =   Kal Ho Na Ho   =   2003
Ghum Shuda   =   Chalte Chalte   =   2003
Main Hoon Na   =   Main Hoon Naa   =   2004
Tumse Milke Dil Ka Hai Jo Haal   =   Main Hoon Na   =   2004
Chak De   =   Hum Tum  =    2004
Do Pal   =   Veer Zaara   =   2004
Kyon Hawa   =   Veer Zaara  =    2004
Tujh Sang Bandhi Dor   =   Dev (film)   =   2004
Jeene Ke Hain Chaar Din   =   Mujhse Shaadi Karogi   =   2004
Aaja Soniye   =   Mujhse Shaadi Karogi   =   2004
Sun Zara  =    Lucky: No Time for Love   =   2005
Chori Chori   =   Lucky: No Time for Love   =   2005
Piyu Bole   =   Parineeta   =   2005
Soona Man Ka Aangan   =   Parineeta    =  2005
Halka Halka Sa Yeh Sama      Chocolate      2005
Just Chill   =   Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya   =   2005
Falak Dekhoon   =   Garam Masala   =   2005
Ada   =   Garam Masala  =    2005
Dheere Jalna    =  Paheli   =   2005
No Entry (Ishq Di Gali Vich)  =    No Entry  =    2005
Mere Haath Mein   =   Fanaa   =   2006
Dil Wich Lagya Re   =   Chup Chup Ke  =    2006
Dekho Na   =   Fanaa   =   2006
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna   =   Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna   =   2006
Tumhi Dekho Na   =   Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna   =   2006
Pyaar Ki Ek Kahani   =   Krrish   =   2006
Koi Tumsa Nahin  =    Krrish   =   2006
Pal Pal Har Pal   =   Lage Raho Munna Bhai   =   2006
Bande Mein Tha Dum  =    Lage Raho Munna Bhai   =   2006
Humko Maloom Hai   =   Jaan-E-Mann   =   2006
Ajnabi Shehar  =    Jaan-E-Mann   =   2006
Sau Dard Hain    =  Jaan-E-Mann   =   2006
Behka Diya Humein   =   Umrao Jaan  =    2006
Aaj Ki Raat   =   Don   =   2006
Anisuthide Yaako indu   =   Mungaaru Male   =   2006
Mungaru Maleye      Mungaaru Male   =   2006
Salaam-E-Ishq   =   Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute To Love  =    2007
Tenu Leke   =   Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute To Love   =   2007
Apne   =   Apne   =   2007
Bhae Bhor   =   Dharm   =   2007


Sapnay Ki Baat 
Pariyon Se 
Chanda Ki Doli     
Colours of Love   


Ustaadi Ustaad Ke
Hum se hai zamana 
Jaani Dushman   
Kaash..Aap Hamare Hote 
Love In Nepal   
Navra Maajha Navsacha (Marathi)    

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Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone was the third of eight children born into a large Italian family in Michigan. Her father, Sylvio Ciccone, was a design engineer for General Motors, and her mother was Madonna Ciccone. She died when Madonna was six years old.

Madonna attended the University of Michigan on a dance scholarship for two years before heading to New York City to become a ballet dancer. She danced for the Patrick Hernandez Revue before teaming with Dan Gilroy to form the band, Breakfast Club. She later formed the band, Emmy, with Stephen Bray. Their first two singles, "Everybody" and "Physical Attraction" became club hits in New York. The next single, "Holiday," became her first Top Ten hit. Since then Madonna has had a spectacular career in show business as a singer, actress, and producer. Through her ability to evolve with the audiences, she has had more number one singles than any other female artist, eleven in all. Her song, "Rescue Me" off of THE IMMACULATE COLLECTION, became the highest-debuting single by a female artist in U.S. chart history, entering at number 15. She has won numerous MTV Music Awards, five Grammys, and a Golden Globe for her performance in EVITA. In 1992 she signed with Time Warner to create her own record label, Maverick.

Madonna continues to record music and act in films, splitting her time between Los Angeles, New York, Miami, and London. She has a daughter, Lourdes Maria, whom she calls "Lola" and is expecting another baby in late 2000.


1958 She was born in Bay City, Michigan. (August 16)

1964 Her mother died of breast cancer.

1977 She moved to New York City.

1979 She became part of the Patrick Hernandez Revue.

1980 She formed the band Emmy with Stephen Bray.

1982 She was signed by Sire Records.

1983 MADONNA - album

1984 LIKE A VIRGIN - album; VISION QUEST - film

1985 She married Sean Penn.; DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN - film

1986 TRUE BLUE - album; SHANGHAI SURPRISE - film

1987 WHO'S THAT GIRL - album & film; YOU CAN DANCE - album

1989 She and Sean Penn divorced.; LIKE A PRAYER - album; BLOODHOUNDS OF BROADWAY - film


1991 TRUTH OR DARE - documentary

1992 She won a Grammy for Best Music VideO


1994 BEDTIME STORIES - album


1996 EVITA -album & film; She won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture for EVITA.; Her daughter, Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon, was born. (October 14); GIRL 6 - film

1998 RAY OF LIGHT; She won three Grammy Awards for RAY OF LIGHT in the categories, Dance Recording, Pop Album, and Music Video.

1999 She won a Grammy for a Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media for "Beautiful Stranger."

2000 THE NEXT BEST THING - film; MUSIC - album; She announced in March that she is due with her second child.

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