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Mario is actually two different artists:

Mario is an R&B artist from the US. He began his career with the Biz Markie cover, "Just a Friend 2002", the lead single to his self-titled debut album, which went Gold without much critical praise. A few years later, he had a huge hit with the smooth, soft and silky Scott Storch-produced "Let Me Love You". It was one of the biggest songs of 2005, holding a 9 week run at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 over the summer. His sophomore album, "Turning Point", was generally received better than his debut and went platinum. He was acting in a movie called "Step up" story about artschool students 2006. He was Miles, one of the students.

The second one is a folk/indie mexican singer, hailing from Culiacán, Sinaloa, and whose debut, How to make independent friends, released by the well-respected mexican indie label Happy-fi records was an instant independent hit in his country.

His real name is Mario López (no relation to the actor of the same name) and he currently plays keyboards in mexican alternative band Niña.

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By : Andrew Vaughan

As the whole world begins to focus on The United Kingdoms capital city the evangelical music fan in me has ben reminded of the feature I wrote here a couple of years ago on a few of London’s rock and roll hotels. A lot of questions followed, mostly music fans and tourists wanting more specific information.

So, with the Olympics here and with thousands of you heading to London for the sports fiesta, this American based “Londoner” doesn’t want anyone to miss out on a huge opportunity to discover some of London’s greatest musical landmarks. So the next few Music City 411 blogs are going to see me waxing lyrical about the music heritage of my hometown. And for anyone visiting for the first time and wanting to spend some time exploring London’s musical history I’ve highlighted some safe and top-rated music-flavored hotels to make your trip as easy and rewarding as possible. I’ve stayed, eaten and drank in all the places I talk about and traipsed every street been in every venue mentioned and ridden every bus train and taxi recommended.

So let’s start where it all started. The Beatles!


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