Electro Tango

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About Electro Tango

This site is an unofficial web site of this new genre called electrotango or electronic tango. Its only purpose is to show the main exponents of this increasing movement arised in the beginning of the 21st century, This kind of music has, as a common artistic concept, the mixture between rhythms from Río de la Plata and the different expressions of the electronic music of our time, together with the numberless variants that every group adds to this unique and exquisite style which is already being listened all over the world.Come in and see.


Sarah Anne

Being a guitarist has always been my passion and I am realizing my dreams here.


James Enids

I am a part of the vocals here. All of us have a significant role to play in the team.


Andy Madiba

Being a drummer I will always have to give my blood out to get the best out of me and i believe that is where success lies.


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Top 10 Highest Paid Male Singers.


While becoming a singer remains a dream for many, a few do achieve it and even fewer of them get to be at the top of the list where they have it all: Name, Fame and Money. The industry is not easy and there always remains a week-to-week cut-throat competition to top the charts every week. At the end of the day there is only one who gets to top the charts. These are the numbers that bring in the money. Let’s take a look at the highest paid male singers:

10) Garth Brooks: The net worth of Garth Brooks is $350 million. He is probably the most commercially successful artist in country music history and a man who changed the Nashville sound as much as any who came before or after him. The singer made country cool on a national level with shows that were as alive and rowdy as rock concerts

9) Michael Jackson: Even after death, the pop star’s net worth is probably more than many alive singers. His songs like ‘Beat It’, ‘Thriller’, ‘The Way You Make Me Feel’ are still heard in the bars and discos. The King of Pop earned $50 million a year through the 1980s and 1990s.

8) Jimmy Buffett: With an estimated net worth $400 million, Buffett has been drawing his faithful Parrotheads and their battery-powered margarita blenders to amphitheaters every summer since 1976.

7) Sir Elton Hercules John: Sir Elton John has an estimated net worth of $450 million. In 2011, Elton John, 67, formed a new music company called the Rocket Music Entertainment Group and the following year he launched Rocket Sports Management.

6) Jay-Z: The rap-star’s net worth is $475 million. His songs and collaborations are always at the top of the charts. He is married to one of the most influential lady on the planet. Life could not be better for Jay-Z.

5) Sean “Diddy” Combs: With a net worth of $550 million, he was ranked the most paid singer by Forbes in 2017. The major highlight of his career will always his role in ushering in hip-hop’s late-1990s “jiggy” era via Bad Boy Entertainment.

4) Bing Crosby: The man who sang “I haven’t had time to be a millionaire” was worth $550 million. Crosby ranked among the 10 richest Americans in the 1930s—before he sang “White Christmas” and became one of the biggest movie stars of the ‘40s.

3) Bono: No surprises here, the lead singer of U2 has an estimated net worth of $600 million. The soulful lyrics by the band, the soothing music and the hard work they put into their careers all paid off for the band.


2) Paul McCartney: Worth $800 million, Paul McCartney is the most successful composer and recording artist of all time. The English singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and composer. He gained worldwide fame as the bass guitarist and singer for the rock band the Beatles.

1) Andrew Lloyd Webber: With a net worth of whopping $1.2 billion, Andrew Lloyd Webster earned his net worth through the composition of 13 musicals, a set of variations, a couple of film scores and a Latin Requiem Mass and has been one of the most commercially successful musical composers of all times.

Tips On-stage Performance When Singing.


Singing is a hobby for many and most of these people aspire to pursue this as their career. However, there lies a huge difference in singing alone in a room, singing in a studio and singing on-stage. Singing on the stage becomes much more than singing, it becomes a performance in itself and singers should keep the following in mind while performing on-stage:

Covering the Stage:

Moving around the stage is an integral part to the performance as it helps the audience spot you and it also will help you in feeling the vibe of the audience and connecting with them. Engaging with the audience is necessary for any performance to be successful.


Any performance only gets refined through practice. Practicing on the stage gives the performer an idea about what to expect. It also helps in soothing down the nerves.

Body Language:

You have one set of eyes, looking out at the crowd and countless eyes looking back at you. Under such a situation, it is important to maintain body language and exude confidence. Make eye-contact with the audience, engage and express the emotion of the song.

Overcome the Stage Fright:

Dancers are often taught this technique to overcome their stage fright. They are told to pick a spot and look towards it while their performance. It is referred to as ‘spotting’. It is a subtle technique and cannot be noticed when there’s a huge crowd in front of you.

Remembering the Lyrics:

With so much going on, it becomes difficult to remember the lyrics while on-stage. The exhilarating experience of being on-stage alone leads professional singers to forget their own lyrics. It is advised to sing the lyrics without a blink, in the sense that, sing your lyrics fast enough that you don’t get time to think or get nervous about it.

Be Prepared for your Show:

Say for like three days before your performance, start your preparations. Drink as much water as possible. Take proper rest. Do not eat junk food, do not consume alcohol. Smoking is strictly prohibited as it directly affects the throat. Small steps like these would prepare you big time for the show.


Watch Yourself Rehearse:

Even if the singing sounds great, on-stage singing is more than just that. You need to take a proper look at how you come across while singing. Setting up a camera and watching the performance helps in this case. Do you slouch while singing? Are you cutting off your breath? How does the spotlight hit you? All these questions can be answered just by watching yourself rehearse.

These are some of the basic tips any singer needs to keep in mind before hitting the stage. If followed properly and if the singer himself/herself has the proper skills then the show would obviously be a massive hit.