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Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Christina Aguilera, Beyonce, & Alicia Keys Pay Tribute At Kobe's Memorial Service With Stirring Live Performances!




Christina Aguilera, Beyonce, and Alicia Keys pay gripping and emotional tributes at Kobe's Memorial Service Funeral in our neck of the woods of Los Angeles.

Thee ladies of ceremony unraveled stirring live performances all of which included Christina Aguilera soaring with ‘Ave Maria’.

Beyonce delivered a powerful performance of singles ‘XO' and 'Halo’. Alicia Keys did a spellbinding rendition of Beethoven’s ‘Moonlight Sonata’.











Careful What You Wish For Cause You Just Got It! Seasoned Divas The Pussycat Dolls Set Ablaze Strutting Medley & New Single On "Saturday Night Takeaway" With A Hilarious Twist Ending!






Seasoned goddesses and all-around playful legend Divas, Pussycat Dolls, sparked sizzled and pizzazz in an earth-shattering and fire escape worthy performance on thee‘Ant & Dec’s Saturday Takeaway’ show this very past weekend.

Thee uber-popular and fantastic UK program are ratings smash overseas. Thee bionic performers unleashed a memorable medley along with their current new single ‘React.’

A catalog worthy of throwing an evening of sexy flirty dance fun on a night out on the town. Thee dazzling gals dusted off their boogie boots once again since debuting their first performance n 10 years back in December of 2019.

However, what really added thee maraschino cherry on top was thee addition of both hilarious comic hosts. Adding a joyous and silly performance art piece element to the live show really initiated an authentic audience grabber. A marketing promo triumphant ditty indeed.

Dig out all the heat right below!












Selena Gomez Radiantly Delievers An Endearing Version Of Her Single 'Rare'!






Selena Gomez's radiantly delivers an endearing version of her single 'Rare'!

As stated by one of our trustee musique sources:

"Selena Gomez strips things all the way down in a new unplugged performance of "Rare," the title track from her recent No. 1 album.

The song, recorded live from the Village Studio, finds Selena accompanied only by a sparsely strummed acoustic guitar and a single female backup singer, giving a new emotional spin to the lead track from the album, which dropped in January.

The unadorned take on "Rare" is in stark contrast to the more visually stunning offiical video, which she says in a pop-up version of the clip was shot in nature after she found inspiration during her philanthropic trip to Kenya with the WE organization.

The live clip opens with Gomez rehearsing and joking around with her crew before diving into the introspective lyrics. "Baby, you’ve been so distant from me lately/ And lately/ Don’t even wanna call you baby/ Saw us getting older/ Burning toast in the toaster/ My ambitions were too high," she sings.

This is the second treat from Sel this week, as she dropped the fan-favorite "Feel Me" on digital platforms last week, finally giving Selenators a chance to grab the song she played on her 2016 Revival tour, which was only avaialbe on a Rare vinyl sold at Target.

Watch the "Rare" live performance below." - Billboard.com










Zephrying 50 Years, The Stooges Roll Out Their 50th Anniversary "Fun House" Box Set!




Zephrying 50 Years, The Stooges roll out their 50th-anniversary "Fun House" box set!

"The Stooges will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Fun House with a massive box set, out July 17th on Rhino.

According to one of our musical sources:

All seven tracks of Fun House, released in July 1970 and produced by ex-Kingsmen Don Gallucci, will be newly remastered on two LPs, cut at 45 rpm. In addition, the complete sessions — which Rhino first released as a seven-CD box set in 1999 — will be released on vinyl for the first time.

In total, the box set will feature 15 LPs and two 7-inch singles of “Down On The Street”/”I Feel Alright,” released in two different mixes. A live performance of the band performing in New York City in 1970 is also included.

The deluxe edition also includes a 28-page book of rare photos and liner notes, with an essay by Henry Rollins. The book also includes words by Flea, Joan Jett, Thurston Moore, Tom Morello, Steven Van Zandt, Duff McKagan and others. A slipmat, posters, prints and a 45 adapter complete the edition. It’s limited to 1,970 individually numbered copies, after the year it was released; it’s currently available for pre-order.

The 50th anniversary of the LP will also be celebrated with an exhibit at Third Man Records Cass Corridor in Detroit, running from July 17th to August 7th. Admission is free, and includes objects, images and music from the band’s private collections.

Iggy Pop released his 18th studio album, Free, last fall. He’ll perform at the annual Tibet House benefit concert at New York’s Carnegie Hall on February 26th, alongside Patti Smith, Phoebe Bridgers, Margo Price and others." - Rollingstone.com











 
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