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Michael Kiwanuka (UK)

Michael Kiwanuka is a British musician of Ugandan heritage who writes songs combining soul and rootsy folk influences and sings them with a deep, husky soulful voice. After signing with Communion Records, Kiwanuka recorded his debut EP, Tell Me A Tale, with the help of Paul Butler from The Bees, who took the Muswell Hill, London native to his Isle of Wight studio to record the songs. The record came to the attention of Adele who invited Kiwanuka to support her on the singing star’s 2011 European tour. The BBC announced on January 6, 2012 that Kiwanuka had won their Sound of 2012 poll, an annual survey of music critics and industry figures to find the most promising new music talent. Read more on La...

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Maria Solheim (NO)

Maria Solheim is a Norwegian singer-songwriter / folk artist. She signed her first record deal with the label Kirkelig Kulturverksted in 1999 at the age of 17, and her first album was released two years later. She frequently tours Norway and Germany.

Her discography pr. today:

Will There Be Spring (2006)
Frail (2004)
Behind Closed Doors (2002)
Barefoot (2001)

She is also known for her small feature on the song Paradigms from Extol's album Synergy. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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