- Melissa Graham
Melissa Graham Birth name Melissa Ashley Graham Also known as Queenie, Diva, Wiggy Born 10 October 1975 Origin Coventry, England Genres Pop, Dance Occupations Singer DancerTV Presenter Paramedic Years active 1995–present Labels Jive Records 1997–1999 (Girl Band)
Zomba Records 2000–2003(Solo)
Associated acts Solid HarmoniE
Melissa Ashley Graham (born 10 October 1975 in Coventry, England) nicknamed Diva, Queenie, or Maggie is an English singer who is most famous as a lead singer and a member of the 90's English girlband Solid HarmoniE. She joined the group in 1995 and had success in the following few years until their split up in 1999. Solid HarmoniE enjoyed considerable success and popularity in Germany, Netherlands, and few countries like Philippines, Japan, Hong Kong in Asia where they had toured on different occasions during 1997-98.
Melissa started a solo career in 1999 and started a new album in the Netherlands where her former band had been cordially received by the fans. Her first single Bulletproof was released on 6 November 2000 in Germany and it was recorded to reach 89 of German top 100. Shortly after two more singles Welcome To My World and Hello World (Belle Perez Cover) were released which were reasonable successful in the Netherlands. She was still to finish her solo album as of 2003, but her album was never released due to some unresolved issues with her recording company. Melissa was also known to have posed for FHM magazine and appeared as part of the Summer Babes collection. She left her pop career after her dad became ill and died of cancer, she is now a successful song writer and has written her first number 1 which she wrote for girl band Raffish (pop Idol winners) based in Holland.
Year Title Chart Albums with Solid HarmoniE 1998 Solid HarmoniE Singles with Solid HarmoniE 1996 "Got 2 Have Ya" - 1997 "I'll Be There For You" 1998 "I Want You To Want Me" 1998 "I Wanna Love You" 1998 "To Love Once Again" Singles (Solo) 2000 "Bulletproof"
- #89 Germany
2001 "Welcome to My World" 2001 "Hello World"
- ^ a b musicline.de German PHONONET GmbH. Retrieved: 30 June 2011
- ^ zobbel.de Chart Log UK. Retrieved: 30 June 2011
- ^ dutchcharts.nl Albums. Hung Medien. Retrieved: 30 June 2011
- ^ a b c d Chartstats.com Chart Stats. Retrieved: 25 April 2008
- ^ a b c d dutchcharts.nl Singles. Hung Medien. Retrieved: 30 June 2011
- ^ SwedishCharts.com "I'll Be There For You" page. Retrieved: 3 November 2006
- ^ LesCharts.com "I'll Be There For You" page. Retrieved: 3 November 2006
- ^ SwissCharts.com "I Want You To Want Me" page. Retrieved: 3 November 2006
- ^ FinnishCharts.com "I Want You To Want Me" page. Retrieved: 3 November 2006
- ^ NorwegianCharts.com "I Want You To Want Me" page. Retrieved: 3 November 2006
- ^ SwedishCharts.com "I Want You To Want Me" page. Retrieved: 3 November 2006
- ^ SwedishCharts.com "I Wanna Love You" page. Retrieved: 3 November 2006
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