Music from the UK – Hugh Laurie

Hugh Laurie, born in 1959 in Oxford, is a british actor, comedian, writer, film director and singer. His almbum ‘Let them talk’ became a #2 in the UK album charts in 2011. Listen to its piece “St James Infirmary”:

Music from Barbados – Rihanna

Did you ever notice that the glamour-pop singer Rihanna is from Barbados? I didn’t so far! But she was born in Saint Michael on Barbados in 1988. Today, she’s best known for pop, R&B and even dancehall and hip-hop music and as an actress. Of course, her music reaches the charts regulary and won already many awards. Here’s a great remix(I prefer the remix instead the original) of her song “Umbrella”. Updated song for you!

Music from the UK/Guayana – Ram John Holder

Ram John Holder (born 1934, Guyana) is a British actor. Holder began his performing career as a folk singer in New York. In 1962 he came to London and worked with Pearl Connor’s Negro Theatre Workshop initially as a musician, and later as an actor.

Holder is a talented musician, who has recorded a number of albums: Black London Blues (1969), Bootleg Blues (1971), You Simply Are… (1975) and Ram Blues & Soul. He has also released various singles and contributed to soundtracks for film and television, including three songs for the film adaptation of Take a Girl Like You.(wikipedia)

Music from the US – Soundgarden

Soundgarden is an US-american grunge rock band from Seattle, formed in 1984. Listen to their song “Non-State Actor”:

Music from Spain – Antonio Banderas

Antonio Banderas, born in 1960, is a very popular spanish actor and singer. Here’s his nice song “Cancion Del Mariachi”: