There are at least six artists named "Regina":
1. A Finnish indie pop band
2. A Bosnian pop-rock band (also known as Grupa Regina)
3. A Dance music artist, Regina Aparecida Saraiva
4. A Dance music singer Regina Richards from New York,
5. An Ethno-pop singer Regina from Slovenia,
6. A Danish children's artist.
7. An Indonesian Idol winner of season 7 (Should Refer to Regina Ivanova)
In 2005 Regina released their highly acclaimed debut album Katso maisemaa released by a Finnish label Next Big Thing, and was chosen in several polls as one of the best albums of the year. Their follow up album, Oi miten suuria voimia!, was released in the beginning of 2007, and was similarly a highly acclaimed success – being nominated for the Finnish Grammy award, Emma, in the Critic’s choice category. In the end of 2007, Regina independently released a Christmas single, Näinä mustina iltoina, that immediately became an indie hit, also beyond Finland’s borders.
Puutarhatrilogia, the third studio album by the group, was released in the beginning of 2009 by a traditional Finnish indie label, Johanna Kustannus. It has been a critically praised album, and the first single, Saanko jäädä yöksi?, was chosen as the best song of the year 2008 by a critics poll in Rumba, the biggest music magazine in Finland.
2.Regina (also known as Grupa Regina), band from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, very popular at the beginning of the 90's. They had a hit in 2006 with the album "Sve mogu ja" (I can do it all!). They represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 .
4. Regina Richards, who uses the stage name Regina, is a dance music singer born in Brooklyn, New York. She is best known for her hit "Baby Love", which hit #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1986.
5. Regina is Regina Aparecida Saraiva. She recorded hits like "Day By Day", "You And Me", and the album "Situations".
7.Regina Ivanova is an Indonesian Idol winner from Season 7
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