Ximena Sariñana Rivera is a Grammy-nominated Mexican singer-songwriter and actor. Sariñana's musical career was launched in 2008 with the release of her first studio album Mediocre, an adult contemporary pop-rock/vocal jazz album that has been critically acclaimed and nominated for various awards,
XING was a male group from South Korea that was active from 2006 to 2009. It made it into the list of the Top 5 Most Anticipated Artists In 2007. The members of Xing were changed many times before the group completely disbanded.
Xilent is a dubstep, electro house and drum & bass music producer residing in the UK. He is best known for his track "Choose Me II", released on May 16, 2011, which peaked at #1 spot on Beatport's Dubstep chart and stayed in the Top 5 for 3 months. The track was also selected as Zane Lowe’s “Nex
Xiu Xiu is an American avant-garde group originally from San Jose, California. The band is the brainchild of singer-songwriter Jamie Stewart, who has been its only constant member since its inception in 2002. As of 2009, his bandmate has been Angela Seo. The band's name is taken from the 1998 Chines
Ximena Abarca is a Chilean pop singer and actress. She debuted in 2003 as a solo artist at the Chilean TV show Protagonistas de la Musica. She studied at the Luis Jara Academy. She won the first place in the TV show. She released her first studio album in 2003 entitled "Punto de Partida" under the W
XIII. Století is a Czech band from Jihlava playing gothic rock and hard rock. Initially, the band's style was post-punk, and the name back then was HNF - Hrdinové Nové Fronty. The band is mostly popular in Poland.
John Sellekaers is a Canadian-born musician and audio mastering engineer. Born in 1973 in Montreal he later moved to Brussels. John has released over 40 records under various aliases on famous labels such as Ant-Zen, Hymen Records, Nova Zembla and Disques Hushush. His style range from experimental m
Xiong Rulin is a singer from China. When he was a junior high school student, he passed ten-tier piano exam in China. In 1997, he earned money at bar to keep his life balanced.In 1999,He became a TV host of 昆明 television. In 2000, he took his personal concert. During 2003 and 2006, he studied in
シンリシュープリームは、日本のロックミュージシャン。 2002年3月にデビューアルバム"Tomorrow Never Comes"をイギリスFatCat Recordsよりリリースした。アンドリュー・ウェザオールよりTHE XINLI INCIDENTと評された鮮烈なサウンドが特
The Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra Chinese: is based in Xiamen, Fujian Province, the People's Republic of China. It is one of the top orchestras in China, and is the only non-state-owned and self-financing orchestra in the country. Founded in 1998, XPO plays the majority of its concerts at Music Isla
Xie Jingxian is a Han Chinese pianist from Shanghai. She is also known by her English name, Jane Xie.
Xiang Gao is Chinese violinist. Gao is currently a Professor of Music at the University of Delaware.
Xiang Xiang is reportedly the most popular Internet pop star in China of 2005. Her birth name is Wang Jinmei. She is perhaps most famous for her song Song of Pig, the title track of her first solo album. Xiang Xiang is also known for remaking the song Mice Love Rice, turning it into a hit on the Int
XII Alfonso of Douze Alfonso is een Franse muziekgroep uit Bordeaux, die sinds 1995 actief is. De band rondom de gebroeders Claerhout speelt muziek die grotendeels is in te delen bij progressieve rock, maar hun albums zijn niet onder een noemer te vangen. Zo is het album The Last Frontier pure progr
Xiao Huang-Chi, is a blind Taiwanese Tai-pop and Mandopop artist. Xiao Huang-Chi emerged in the Tai-pop scene after winning the Best Tai-pop male artist 2008 award in the Golden Melody Awards. Congenital bad eyesight led him to see the world with difficulty for 10 years. Excessive use of remaining v
XIT is a Native American rock band that released two albums in the 1970s on the Motown label, and regrouped in the 1990s as a new and different group under Tom Bee. They performed a 30th anniversary reunion concert and released a DVD, XIT: Without Reservation, in 2002.
Xiang-Dong Kong is a Chinese pianist. He was one of the young musicians featured in From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China. Kong was Gold Medalist at the 1988 Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition. In 1992 he won the Sydney International Piano Competition.