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Martin Solveig

Martin Solveig had been ranked 29th in the 2011 DJ Mag Top 100 DJs popularity poll. He has collaborated with Dragonette, Kele of Bloc Party, and Madonna.
Martina McBride (born Martina Mariea Schiff, July 29, 1966 in Sharon, Kansas) is an American country music singer.
Martina McBride released her honky tonk-flavored debut album The Time Has Come in 1992. Her first big hit was the single “My Baby Loves Me” from her more pop-oriented second album, 1993’s The Way That I Am. She became even more visible in 1994 with the crossover success of her anti-domestic violence anthem “Independence Day”, also from this album.

In 1995 McBride released the album Wild Angels; “Safe in the Arms of Love” and the title track were country hits, later being her first #1 hit. Her 1997 album Evolution sold over two million units, and included an adult contemporary crossover hit in “Valentine” as well as four number one or number two country hits. The album Emotion came out in 1999; “I Love You” was a big hit in both country and adult contemporary circles. So was the socially conscious “Love’s the Only House”, a trend that would continue with 2003’s “This One’s for the Girls”, which would become the theme song for the 2005 NCAA Women’s Basketball championship tournament. This was followed by the hit singles “How Far” (written by fellow country singer Jamie O’Neal) and “God’s Will”.

Martina was ranked #29 for her music video Anyway on the countdown "Top Videos of 2007".
Martina McBride performed "Concrete Angel" on the 46th Annual Grammy Awards in 2004.
Martina McBride did a special guest appearance on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition featuring the Nutsch Family in Febuary of 2006.
In 1984, Martina McBride formed a rock band called the "Penetrators."
In 1984, Martina McBride worked in a Dairy Queen.
Loretta Lynn is Martina McBride's idol.
Martina McBride's youngest daughter Ava Rose Kathleen McBride, weighed in at 7lbs 7oz and she was 19.5" long.
Martina McBride's husband John was a crew member for the legendary Garth Brooks.
Martina McBride sang background vocals for a Big & Rich song called "Live this Life."
Martina McBride used vocals from her daughter Emma "cooing" on her song "This Uncivil War."
Martina McBride was honored to sing the National Anthem at the 2003 basketball NBA All-Star game.
Martina McBride has released 8 albums. They are The Time Has Come in 1992, The Way I Am in 1993, Wild Angels in 1995, Evolution in 1997, Emotion in 1999, Greatest Hits in 2001, Martina in 2003, and Timeless in 2005.
Martina McBride was named CMA’s Female Vocalist of the Year in 1999, 2002, 2003 and 2004.
Martina McBride has sold over 15 million albums.
Martina McBride has twenty top ten singles, including "Wild Angels," "Independence Day," and "A Broken Wing."
The first album that Martina McBride produced on her own is called Timeless.
Martina McBride appeared on a special called Hairdos and Heartache: The Women of Country Music on A&E on April 7, 2006.
Martina McBride appeared at the Grand Ole Opry on June 3, 2006, for a tribute show honoring the late Ray Charles.
Martina McBride hosted for Lifetime Television for the whole month of May 2006.
Martina McBride sang "This One's For The Girls" on Katie Couric's final broadcast of The Today Show.
In June of 2005, two people bid $20,000 each for studio time with legendary Martina McBride.
In June of 2005, Martina McBride helped bring in $144,571 while being the host of The Annual YW Celebrity Auction.
Martina was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 1995, by Loretta Lynn.
Martina married John McBride in 1988.
Martina is the third child of four, and was considered a nerd, because she loved to read and she wore glasses.
Martina is 5'4.
Martina's dad, Daryl Schiff, fronted a band called The Schiffters, playing local dances in small towns in south-central Kansas on the weekends. Martina began singing with the band at about age seven and later also played keyboard until graduating from high school. After attending one semester of college, she decided to go back to making music full-time, so she moved to Hutchinson, Kansas to sing in the band of some family friends. A year later, she moved to Wichita and sang with several local rock bands.
Delaney Katharine was born December 22, 1994. Emma Justine, was born March 29, 1998. Ava Rose Kathleen was born June 20, 2005. John and the girls almost always travel with Martina when she is on the road. The only exceptions are a few week-day dates during the school year; John stays home with the girls so they don't miss too much school. They catch up with Martina on the weekend.
She worked for Garth Brooks selling t-shirts.
On her 1997 album Evolution, the first track is a recording of Martina singing "I'm Little But I'm Loud" at a 4-H convention. The song was recorded by her mother in 1973 when Martina was 7 years old.
As a child, Martina first became interested in music by playing keyboards in her family's band called The Schiffters.
McBride is a four-time Country Music Association (CMA) Female Vocalist of the Year winner. She shares this honor with four-time winner Reba McEntire.


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