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MessageSujet: BARBARELLAS   Jeu 3 Fév - 18:49

Barbarellas

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Nouveau groupe formé par les soeurs Jumelles de SHANE LYNCH

Edele and Keavy Lynch – best known globally as the singing/dancing lyricists for the most successful Irish girl band of all time, B*witched – have grown-up physically, come of age musically and are stomping back onto the music scene as one of the most compelling and captivating acts that the industry has ever seen – introducing Barbarellas.

As Barbarellas, the twins have been carefully reconstructing their sound, chiseling and pruning their music so that it reflects who they truly are now. After four-years of meticulous work and perfecting, the result is a sizzling hot metamorphosis of womanhood, with lyrical wisdom and an enriched sound that demonstrates a true coming of age from these once pop-tweens. The girls invited ex-chairman of Sony, Paul Burger, to see their live performance and he was instantly transfixed and undertook management of the band. “I found their performance so musically compelling and so choreographically sexy that I instantly knew this was a project that I had to get behind. Since then we’ve spent time putting together the label, finding the right producer, working on all the elements necessary to break a sophisticated pop act in the current environment.”

Barbarellas is a musical expression of who the Lynch twins really are now. The girls diligently showcased their sound to live audiences across the UK, experimenting with what really strikes a chord with the public, adapting and fine-tuning their songs to ensure that they’d be fully accepted as mature artists. “Barbarellas isn’t a manufactured band that’s been handed a bunch of songs to perform. Barbarellas is who we really are, the sound and lyrics came from within and the image just came naturally. Barbarellas is a natural extension of ourselves, we don’t think people will be shocked at the change – our life has moved on and we’ve grown up.”

Barbarellas made their debut public appearance in September 2010 at the prestigious Miss Ireland award ceremony where they performed 3 of their new songs. Although the venue was swarming with Ireland’s greatest beauties, all eyes were on the Barbarellas who, quite literally, brought the audience to a standing ovation of cheers and shrieks as they performed tracks from their forthcoming debut album, ‘Night Mode’.

For the Lynch twins, pop success seems nearly a God-given right. Their elder brother, Shane, is known to the world as one of the members of Boyzone and Keavy and Edele are best remembered as the twins from B*witched who were the first international girl band to score 4 consecutive Number 1 singles with their first releases in the UK. For them, singing, dancing and writing music was something that came naturally from their earliest possible memories. “It never occurred to us NOT to write, sing and dance. It was just something that we loved and always did”, comment the girls.

Born in Dublin, Ireland, the girls are part of a happy, busy six-sibling clan. Their parents didn’t believe in restraints on talent and Keavy & Edele were given the freedom to try out as many activities as possible, from gymnastics, dancing and singing right through to synchronized swimming. But as twins, the girls always felt a strong sibling bond and by the time they were 10-years-old they were already displaying a joint talent for singing and dancing, which fit like a jigsaw as soon as the girls merged their acts together. Keavy & Edele instinctively knew that the world of entertainment was where their future was heading, and by the time they were 16-years-old, they were both seriously teaching dance at their local dance academy, whilst writing their own songs during any spare moment that they had.

But it was when Edele decided to set up her own band that the magical hand of fate waved its wand of success. Teaming together with Keavy and recruiting two other friends from their dance academy, the girls took their new musical creation, along with a fist-full of original pennings, to music producer, Ray Hedges. The chemistry was electrifying, Ray was completely blown away by the singing-dancing-writing teenage talent before him and instantly B*witched were born.

By 1998, B*witched were enjoying success across Europe and North America and smashed all industry records as their first four singles all topped the UK charts, making them the first ever Irish group to achieve this feat. Achieving phenomenal success on both sides of the Atlantic, B*witched co-headlined the Nickelodeon tour alongside 98 Degrees and also performed in the US alongside NSYNC and Britney Spears and were even recreated as singing dolls by Yaboom Toys. Added to which, the band also performed the theme tune for the animation of ‘Sabrina The Teenage Witch’, a track which was also written by the twin sisters. The success of the band was underpinned by the outstanding Lynch lyrical talent as the girls co-wrote some of their biggest hits including, ‘C’est la Vie’, ‘Rollercoaster’, and ‘Jesse Hold On’ with their bandmates. Two albums and a string of No1s later, B*witched were the most sought after girl band of the time.

In 2002, the band split and Edele and Keavy went their separate ways. Keavy threw her talent at writing musicals and performed in pantos across the UK, whilst Edele quickly hooked up with leading writing-production stable, Xenomania, where she co-wrote on hit singles including ‘Some Kind of Miracle’ for Girls Aloud (Sound of the Underground album) and ‘Situation’s Heavy’ for the Sugababes (Three album). Edele later settled down into family life, marrying husband Michael Barratt in 2006 and giving birth to a daughter in 2007 and a baby boy in 2010.

But these hard-working, talented twins never lost sight of the fact that their true strength shone when they worked and performed together and a few years later Keavy and Edele teamed forces and focused their attention on an exciting new project that was to become Barbarellas. As Edele comments, “I think people were always afraid to touch us after B*witched. We’d become so entrenched in the band, that when we were seen together nobody could get past seeing us as B*witched. We needed to spend time apart and let the B*witched tag wear off a bit before we could actually come back and work together as sisters”.

As Barbarellas, the Lynch sisters have finally returned and stand ready to inject fresh excitement into the pop world. 2011…get ready for the almighty Barbarellas!






Barbarellas - Body Rock


No,
Drop you head down ignoring the sound
I know you hear me talking
I can feel the cushin on the ground
Your nervous fever …
Talking to me, you’re not looking to me
That just sais to me, that you kick and see
I’m hooking it up, tell me was she good?
Tell me was she worth it?
Is she good as me?

Let your body rock, …
Let your body rock, little minute …
Let your body rock, I don’t wanna stop
Who the hell wants to talk, not me

Take a messing on your thing, cause you’re about to strike again
It’s a habit
Leave, leave with whatever you can, there’s the issue of your name
You can have it

Talking to me, you’re not looking to me
That just sais to me, that you kick and see
Find More lyrics at www.sweetslyrics.com
I’m hooking it up, tell me was she good?
Tell me was she worth it?
Is she good as me?

Let your body rock, …
Let your body rock, little minute …
Let your body rock, I don’t wanna stop
Who the hell wants to talk, not me

It all what you know, just bring it on home
It’s all what you know, don’t keep talking, no more talking
Don’t keep talking, keep your talking to yourself

Let your body rock, …
Let your body rock, little minute …
Let your body rock, I don’t wanna stop
Who the hell wants to talk, not me X 2
Don’t keep talking, no more talking
Don’t keep talking, keep your talking to yourself



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MessageSujet: Re: BARBARELLAS   Ven 4 Fév - 6:17

merci annie!!c'est pas mon truc mais ca peut marché!!!

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MessageSujet: Re: BARBARELLAS   Dim 17 Avr - 17:45

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MessageSujet: Re: BARBARELLAS   Lun 18 Avr - 5:18

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