Siobhan Fahey
singer and songwriter
Siobhan Fahey
Siobhan Fahey is an Irish musician and founding member of the 1980s British girl group Bananarama, and later formed the BRIT Award and Ivor Novello award winning musical outfit Shakespears Sister.
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Free Pussy Riot
Amnesty International - over 3 years
18 July 2013 Urge the Russian Authorities to release the Nadya and Masha immediately. Seven members of the Russian band Pussy Riot, Russian Federation, January 2012. © Игорь Мухин More than 100 internationally renowned musicians have joined a worldwide call for the release of the two jailed members of the Russian feminist punk group Pussy Riot ahead of their parole appeal hearings this week by signing an open letter calling for their release. Join them and sign the petition below. OPEN LETTER Dear Masha and Nadia, As the one-year anniversary of your trial approaches, we are writing to assure you that, around the world, people are both still thinking of you and working for your release. Although you were the most visible of the protesters, we know that there were many other young people who have suffer ...
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Google News - over 5 years
David A. Stewart woont samen met Siobhan Fahey (ex-Bananarma) in de Verenigde Staten. De zangeres zelf leeft in Schotland. Beiden houden echter weinig of geen contact meer met elkaar. In 1983 was dat wel anders want The Eurythmics waren niet alleen een
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Le tube de l'été 1982 "Come on Eileen" (Dexys Midnight Runners) - La Provence
Google News - over 5 years
... dès les premières notes de "Come on Eileen" et se remémorent illico le clip dans lequel le rôle de la blonde fiancée en salopette de Rowland était tenu par Marie Fahey, la sœur de Siobhan Fahey, ex-chanteuse de Bananarama et des Shakespear's Sister
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Album Review: Nightmare & the Cat – Nightmare & the Cat EP - Consequence of Sound
Google News - over 5 years
As the progeny of Dave Stewart of The Eurythmics and Siobhan Fahey (Bananarama), Sam and Django Stewart may already hold an all-access pass to stardom. A step up certainly helps an emerging band by creating buzz and expectations, but at the end it's
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NIghtmare And The Cat: Nightmare And The Cat EP Review - IGN
Google News - over 5 years
Featuring the sons of Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) and Siobhan Fahey (Bananarama), there is little surprise that the debut EP from LA-based Nightmare And The Cat already sounds like a seasoned band. Sam and Django Stewart marry their
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We heard a rumour… - Sydney Star Observer
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Dates have yet to be announced, but the group — made up of Keren Woodward and Sara Dallin since fellow founding member Siobhan Fahey left in the late ’80s — will be here in October/November, according to the website of Australian touring company
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Nightmare & The Cat Release Debut EP, Visit The UK - This Is Fake DIY
Google News - over 5 years
The band is chock full of rock pedigree, Sam Stewart formerly of Blondelle and his brother Django of Midnight Squires, as well as the two sons of Eurythmics' Dave Stewart and Bananarama's Siobhan Fahey
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Siobhan Fahey
  • 2014
    Age 55
    In 2014 she joined the line-up of Dexys Midnight Runners for some shows, including at Glastonbury Festival.
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  • 2009
    Age 50
    Fahey performed her first live show in almost 15 years as Shakespears Sister in Hoxton, London on 20 November 2009.
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    In 2009, Fahey decided to resurrect the Shakespears Sister name and released a new album.
    More Details Hide Details Entitled Songs from the Red Room, it was released on her own record label, SF Records and included various singles she had released under her own name in recent years.
  • 2008
    Age 49
    In 2008, Fahey appeared in the Chris Ward-written and directed short film What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor (based on the life of artist/model Nina Hamnett, self-styled "Queen of Bohemia"), with Fahey playing the role of Hamnett opposite actor Clive Arrindel, Donny Tourette (frontman with punk band Towers of London) and Honey Bane (former vocalist of the punk band Fatal Microbes).
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    On 13 November 2008, Fahey performed at the Pirate Provocateur Extravaganza launch party for the new Agent Provocateur winter collection, and for the release of Dirty Stop Out's new album Cuntro Classics at KOKO in London.
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  • 2005
    Age 46
    Fahey's track "Bitter Pill" was partially covered by pop band The Pussycat Dolls in their 2005 debut album PCD.
    More Details Hide Details The verses (which were slightly altered) and the overall sound of the song are from "Bitter Pill", but added in was the chorus of Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff". The song was renamed "Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)" and a remix was included as a B-side to their hit single "Beep".
    Fahey's most recent single (under her own name), "Bad Blood", was released on 17 October 2005.
    More Details Hide Details In 2006, Fahey's website stated that she had been writing for other people; these include (former Sugababe) Siobhán Donaghy and Kylie Minogue, though neither of these endeavours made it to the final cut.
    In 2005, Fahey independently released The MGA Sessions, an album recorded with frequent collaborator Sophie Muller in the mid-1990s.
    More Details Hide Details The music was recorded for a film which ultimately was never made. Only 1000 copies of this release were pressed.
  • 2002
    Age 43
    Fahey continued to make music into the new millennium. She had an active website from 2002 until July 2007.
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    Fahey reteamed with Bananarama again in 2002 for a "last ever" reunion at the band's 20th anniversary concert at G-A-Y in London.
    More Details Hide Details The trio performed "Venus" and "Waterloo".
  • 1998
    Age 39
    She also briefly re-joined Bananarama in 1998 to record "Waterloo" for the Channel 4 Eurovision special A Song for Eurotrash.
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  • 1997
    Age 38
    In 1997, Fahey appeared opposite Martin Dunne in the Irish short film Pinned.
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  • 1996
    Age 37
    In 1996, Fahey continued as Shakespears Sister by herself and released the single "I Can Drive".
    More Details Hide Details Intended as the first single from Shakespears Sister's third album, and her first record since her split with Marcella Detroit, the single performed disappointingly (UK number 30) which prompted London Records not to release the album. Following this, Fahey left the label and after a lengthy battle, she finally obtained the rights to release the album (entitled #3) independently through her own website in 2005.
  • 1993
    Age 34
    After two successful albums, tensions began to rise between Fahey and Detroit and they split up in 1993.
    More Details Hide Details That year, Fahey admitted herself into a psychiatric unit with severe depression.
  • 1988
    Age 29
    In 1988, frustrated with the direction she felt Bananarama were heading, Fahey left the group and formed Shakespears Sister.
    More Details Hide Details Initially, Fahey effectively was Shakespears Sister, though American singer/songwriter Marcella Detroit later became an official member making the outfit a duo. The band was nominated for numerous awards and showed a darker, more sophisticated side to Fahey, who often appeared in the band's music videos and on-stage as a vampish glam figure.
  • 1987
    Age 28
    Fahey married Dave Stewart of Eurythmics in 1987 but divorced in 1996.
    More Details Hide Details The couple have two sons, Sam (born 1987) and Django James (born 1991). The two brothers formed a musical band called Nightmare & The Cat. As an infant, Sam Stewart appeared in early Shakespears Sister videos for "Heroine" and "You're History". Django Stewart is also an actor. Prior to her marriage to Stewart, Fahey was romantically involved with Jim Reilly, the drummer for the Northern Irish punk rock band Stiff Little Fingers and Scottish singer Bobby Bluebell of The Bluebells, with whom she co-wrote the UK No. 1 "Young at Heart". a Since their inclusion on Songs from the Red Room, an album by Fahey's solo project Shakespears Sister, these songs are now usually credited as 'Shakespears Sister' rather than 'Siobhán Fahey'.
  • 1958
    Born on September 10, 1958.
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