The series – which is set to kick off on Saturday 26th September – has been postponed by the Beeb amid the pandemic, and will see the four girls mentor different groups to find the next big deal in British music.
A hit at the Edinburgh fringe in 2018, Six has become one of London’s most popular new musicals, regularly packing out the intimate Arts theatre, where tribute drawings by its hardcore fans – know as the Queendom – hang in the foyer and there are themed cocktails at the bar. There have been Six karaoke […]
This quintessential episode is a true tribute to the gang of scientists’ devotion to Star Trek. The guys are heading to the Bakersfield Comic Con Convention cosplaying as their favourite ‘Star Trek: Next Generation’ characters when Leonard’s car gets stolen, leaving them stranded at a popular shooting location for the series where they stopped to […]
Directed by Varda Bar-Kar and executive produced by Quincy Jones, Andrew Young, Carlos Santana, and Kabir Sehgal, Fandango at the Wall follows the journey of Grammy-winning musician Arturo O’Farrill and Grammy-winning producer Sehgal in Veracruz, Mexico, where they recruit musicians for a live album recording at the U.S.-Mexico border wall.
Valdés left Cuba at the dawn of the Cuban Revolution. Landing in Spain, he toured with the Lecuona Cuban Boys. At a concert in Sweden, he met his wife Rose Marie and settled there. He kept a low profile in a restaurant bar, obscuring his talent and reputation, until Cuban sax player Paquito D’Rivera took […]
Fox News: What kind of relationship did you have with Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz after the show ended?Thibodeaux: I was actually best friends with Desi Jr. I was friends with Lucie Arnaz, too. We hung out as kids… We actually had a little band and played on “The Dinah Shore Show.” We were very […]
Opening up about filming, Jade told Metro.co.uk in May: “It’s been really interesting, because we’ve had to learn to do that ourselves, in terms of getting along and seeing the bigger picture, it’s making groups and seeing the energy.
Celia Cruz’s star quickly rose on stage and screen in Cuba after the fledging singer joined La Sonora Matancera, a band whose members included her future husband Pedro Knight, in 1950. Here she sings “Juancito Trucupey” on Cuban TV in 1956.
According to Variety, the LA studio features a 24-by-24-foot stage complete with remotely-operated cameras. Nanzer told The Verge that the new studio space in LA was largely built with Covid-19 protocols in mind. It’ll also feature a separate entrance for talent, on-site virus testing and of course, no live audience.
Roots-music trio Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band adds a fourth member in Dom Flemons for a high-octane cover of “Shake Your Money Maker.” The musicians convened at Sun Records Studio in Memphis in late 2019 to re-create the Elmore James blues standard, which they had first performed together as a jam at the Blues Music […]