Sarah McLachlan McLachlan, McLachlan Sarah, McLauchlan, S McLachlan, S. McLachlan, S.McLachlan, Sara Ann McLachelan, Sara Ann McLachlan, Sara McLachlan, Sarah, Sarah Ann McLachlan, Sarah Mac Lachlan, Sarah Mac Lahan, Sarah MachLachlan, Sarah MacLachlan, Sarah MacLaughlin, Sarah Mc Lachlan, Sarah McClaclan, Sarah McLachen, Sarah McLaughlan, サラ・マクラクランCanadian musician, singer and songwriter. Born: January 28, 1968 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. She founded Lilith Fair, a tour which showcased female musicians in the late 1990s. Known for the emotional sound of her ballads, some of her popular songs include "Building A Mystery", "Sweet Surrender", "Adia", "Angel", and "World On Fire". Her best-selling album to date is Surfacing, for which she won two Grammy Awards and four Juno Awards.
Alphabeat Alpha BeatPop-rock group originating from Silkeborg, Denmark. Originally named "Sodastar", but they changed the band's name to avoid confusion with a German group already called "Sodastar". In 2007, the group released their debut album "Alphabeat" in Denmark. Their 2008 album "This Is Alphabeat" was released worldwide, and although it contained many of the same tracks as the original 2007 release, the tracks now in general had a more polished/mainstream pop sound. Until 2012, the group released two additional albums, "The Spell" in 2009 and "Express Non-Stop" in 2012, before going on a hiatus. During the hiatus, several of the band members released music from their own projects. In early 2019, the group reunited, released the single "Shadows" and announced a European tour.
TV Rock T.V. Rock, TV ROCK, TV RocksAustralian dance music duo consisting of Grant Smillie and Ivan Gough.
Rudy Dr R Van Gelder, Dr Rudolph Van Gelder, Dr. R van Gelder, Dr. R. Van Gelder, Dr. R. von Gelder, Dr. Rudolf Van Gelder, Dr. Rudolph Van Gelder, R. Van Gelder, R. Vangelder, R.Van Gelder, RGV, RNV, Rudi Van Gelder, Rudolf Van Gelder, Rudolph Van Gelder, Rudolph Van Geller, Rudy, Rudy V. Gelder, Rudy Van Gelder, Engineer, Rudy VanGelder, Rudy Von Gelder, RVG, Van Geider, Van Geidua, Van Gelder, Vangelder, VG, ᴠᴀɴ ɢᴇʟᴅᴇʀ, Руди Ван ГельдерRudy Van Gelder (born November 2, 1924, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA - died August 25, 2016, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, USA) was an American recording engineer who specialized in jazz and became widely regarded as one of the best engineers in recording history. He started recording artists such as Miles Davis and Cannonball Adderley in the early 1950's, in his parents' living room (also known as the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey). It wasn't until 1959 that he opened his studio, the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and along with Alfred Lion, changed the way jazz was being recorded. In the fifty plus years that Rudy was active, it is estimated that he recorded, mixed and mastered over 2000 albums not only for Blue Note and Prestige, but also for Verve Records, Impulse!, CTI Records and many other labels, having developed a close partnership with producer Creed Taylor. Van Gelder can be identified as the Mastering Engineer on vinyl by the stamp "RVG" (for Mono) or "RVG STEREO" or "VAN GELDER" in the runout section.