Month: May 2016

Adele Calls Out Fan For Filming Her In Concert

Adele Calls Out Fan For Filming Her In Concert The singer is obviously big on being “right here, right now.” During her show this past Sunday (May 29, 2016) in Verona, Italy the singer stopped the show and said, “Yeah, I want to tell that lady as well, can you stop filming me with a video camera because I’m really here in real life. You can enjoy it in real life, rather than through your camera,” Have you ever caught yourself filming something and looking through the view-finder only to realize, it’s as if you’re not even there? Adele...

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X-Men: Apocalypse Tops Weekend Box Office (May 27 – 30, 2016)

X-Men: Apocalypse Tops Weekend Box Office (May 27 – 30, 2016)     This week May 27 – 30 Last week May 20 – 22 Weeks Out So Far             1 X-Men: Apocalypse $ 80,000,000   1 $ 65,300,000 2 Alice Through the Looking Glass 34,174,000   1 26,997,000 3 The Angry Birds Movie 24,500,000 38,155,177 2 18,700,000 4 Captain America: Civil War 19,717,000 32,939,739 4 15,379,000 5 Neighbors 2 11,190,000 21,760,405 2 9,100,000 6 The Jungle Book 9,235,000 10,944,350 7 7,111,000 7 The Nice Guys 8,145,000 11,203,270 2 6,515,000 8 Money Monster 5,375,000...

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Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine Gets Real about Alcohol, Her Father Influence and Regrets

The singer says her dad Nicholas, who was a British advertising executive shaped her musical palette at a young age with a diet of the Velvet Underground, the Smiths and the Stones. “He was excited when I got to sing “Gimme Shelter” with Mick Jagger. He said, “You know, I always thought that was the song you were supposed to sing. She told Rolling Stone magazine the best part of success is experimenting and getting lost in just creating but success has another side. The singer says, When I got off tour a few years ago, I tried to...

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Steve Hackett Says He Didn’t Gravitate to Later-works of Genesis @HackettOfficial

Steve Hackett Says He Didn’t Gravitate to Later-works of Genesis The Guitarist wasn’t in the band then, he left in 1977 but told eonmusic, “I’m more drawn to the early stuff”, before conceding: “I like the production on the later stuff; the slickness of it, but then I think that in the early days there were a lot more layers.” As for all the success that Genesis received in the 80’s and 90’s the guitarist says they were a “well-oiled-machine” by then and he had to remind himself why he left. Hackett wanted to explore musically and go a...

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