There are 2 artists/bands under the name of Mel & Kim: (1) British Dance-pop duo who worked with Stock Aitken Waterman and had hits in the 1980's with the singles "Respectable", "Showing Out", "F.L.M." and "That's The Way It Is".
Feargal Sharkey (born Sean Feargal Sharkey on 13 August 1958, in Derry, Northern Ireland, UK) is a singer who first found fame as the lead vocalist of pop punk band The Undertones (1975), famous for the hit single "Teenage Kicks".
The band Danny Wilson formed in 1986 in Dundee, Scotland by brothers Gary Clark (guitar/vocals), Kit Clark (guitar/vocals) and Ged Grimes (keyboards/vocals), the trio named themselves Spencer Tracy before settling on Danny Wilson - after Frank Sinatra's character in the movie Meet Danny Wilson...
David Grant & Jaki Graham were a duo from England who topped the charts in 1985 with two singles Could It Be I'm Falling In Love and the Todd Rundgren penned Mated. Several more tracks were recorded together but did not chart.
Tracey Ullman (born December 30, 1959 in Hackbridge) an English comedienne, was a pop star for a brief spell in the early '80s before resuming her focus on acting. She had six singles in the British Top 100 in a 19 month span from March 1983-October 1984. Melody Maker once described her retro '60s style sound as somewhere between "Minnie Mouse and the Supremes".
Altered Images formed in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1979, with founding members Clare Grogan (vocals), Gerard “Caesar” McInulty (guitar), Johnny McElhone (bass), Tony McDaid (guitar), and Michael "Tich" Anderson (drums).
The Colourfield were a British band formed in 1984 in Manchester, when former The Specials and Fun Boy Three frontman, Terry Hall, joined up with ex-The Swinging Cats members Toby Lyons and Karl Shale. Despite all three of them originating from Coventry, they made their homebase in Manchester.
Hot Chocolate was a British pop and soul band originally from Brixton, London, England that was most popular during the 70s and 80s, Formed by Errol Brown, the act had at least one hit every year between 1970 and 1984 inclusive, and their iconic song "You Sexy Thing" made the Top 10 in three decades. They were even affiliated with the Beatles' label Apple Records for a time.
Martha and the Muffins were a Canadian new wave synth pop band in the 1970s and 1980s. The group's initial line-up came together in Toronto in 1977, when David Millar asked his fellow Ontario College of Art student Mark Gane to help him start a band.