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SJD

SJD

SJD


There is more than one artist called SJD. (1) A singer, songwriter and producer from Auckland, New Zealand. In his case SJD stands for his initials, Sean James Donnelly. He has been making music since 2000 and has released 7 albums: 3, Lost Soul Music, Southern Lights, Songs From A Dictaphone, Dayglo Spectres, Elastic Wasteland and the latest, Saint John Divine . His music is a blend of soul, electronica and pop-rock and he has collaborated with many other NZ musicians and groups, such as Dimmer, David Kilgour and Don McGlashan. Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist called SJD. (1) A singer, songwriter and producer from Auckland, New Zealand. In his case SJD stands for his initials, Sean James Donnelly. He has been making music since 2000 and has released 7 albums: 3, Lost Soul Music, Southern Lights, Songs From A Dictaphone, Dayglo Spectres, Elastic Wasteland and the latest, Saint John Divine. His music is a blend of soul, electronica and pop-rock and he has collaborated with many other NZ musicians and groups, such as Dimmer, David Kilgour and Don McGlashan.

Southern Lights was nominated for 6 awards at the 2005 b-Net Awards and won awards for Best Producer and Best Engineer at the 2005 NZ Music Awards. http://www.sjd.co.nz (2) A Bulgarian musician. His real name is Alexander Ivanov. Born in Sofia (Bulgaria) on January 18th 1990, he began his musical career in 2001 when he was only 11 years-old. Since then, he is producing music in almost every known genre (with some exceptions of course).

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