Jules (aka Julie Gribble) 5. Jules (Belgian rock, blues & jazz band) 6. Jules (German Party musician) 7. Jules (English songer-songwriter) 1.
Jules is Ueli Schmezer He recorded the hits «I Want To» and «You and Me» Produced by A. D’Addezio, K. Röthlisberger, M. Georgiou and Th.
Maurhofer. 2. Jules (member of Negnoir Army) is a Haitian artist based in Boston, USA. He first appear on the scene as part of the group Jahmala under the name Ange de la Mort.
After the release of the band's debut album "Let's Party" in 1999, he started to work on his solo career. One year later, after deciding to use his first name as his artist name, he released his first solo album "H.B.O." produced by Madsol-Desar (who's works include productions for Talib Kweli and Last Emperor). Since then Jules has been performing all over the country (with his Negnoir crew) and appearing on other artists projects, including Madsol-Desar's mixtapes. He also released the mixtape "Im Nasyonal". 3.
Jules is a French singer. 4. Jules was the name by which Atlanta artist Julie Gribble released her debut album in 2003, Back Inside of Me, under the Pie Records label. Subsequent albums by Julie Gribble have been under the artist name of Julie Gribble (i.e. So Typical in 2005 and Echoes In My Head in 2006).
Julie Gribble has appeared twice on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and once on "The Tyra Banks Show." On Julie Gribble's albums, you can expect melodic, poetic lyrics and sultry vocals. 5. Jules is a Belgian rock, blues and jazz band from Ghent, Westkapelle 6. Jules is a German party musician. His first song was Eiskalt Heiß 7.
Jules is the stage name used by Julian Dickinson, a Cornish-born singer-songwriter based in Oxfordshire. His first album was Unweaving the Dream, consiting entirely of his own songs. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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