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Terence Trent D'Arby
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    (March 15, 1962- )
    Resides in Milan, Italy
    Recorded 'Introducing The Hardline According to Terence Trent D'Arby (1987),' 'Neither Fish Nor Flesh (1989),' 'Symphony or Damn (1993)' and 'Vibrator (1995)'
    He went AWOL from the army in 1983.
    He dissed his birth country, the United States, in an acceptance speech at the 1988 Brit Awards.
    He lost the 1988 Grammy for Best New Artist to Jody Watley.
    In 2001, he changed his name to 'Sananda Maitreya' after it came to him in a dream.
    His strong vocals and stage presence were compared to Jackie Wilson and Sam Cooke.
    He took home the 1989 Grammy for Best R&B Male.
    In 1999, he collaborated with INXS at the opening of Sydney's Olympic Stadium.
    He supports AIDS charities.

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