Zahler has worked as screenwriter, cinematographer and animator — and he’s in a death metal band, Vaughn says. The director, who also wrote Brawl, penned original songs for the film including an R&B tune that The O’Jays perform in the movie, Vaughn tells me. “He’s a real artist who’s combining a lot of these talents that serve him well.”
Following his many visits to Gibraltar Maxi Priest has co-written a song about the Rock. During his time here a video was produced showing much of what Gibraltar has to offer as a tourism destination.
The Artist also held a concert in Gibraltar last year, which is featured in the video.
The song was an idea put forward by Maxi Priest himself and the video was produced by Wright Tech Media of Gibraltar, in co-operation with the Gibraltar Tourist Board.
Minister for Tourism, Gilbert Licudi, QC, said: “It is encouraging to see an artist like Maxi Priest having such an affinity for Gibraltar and seeing him produce a song for us. The video shows much of what this unique destination has to offer and the song will no doubt be very popular. Maxi Priest’s video is a fantastic marketing tool that showcases some of Gibraltar’s most popular sites in the context of the song. I must thank my colleague Samantha Sacramento, Minister for Housing and Equality for having taken the lead on this project during her time as Minister for Tourism.” #VisitGibraltar
"Comedic pro Tom Kuntz, the talent behind celebrated work for Old Spice and DirecTV, directed the film, and Christopher Cross' light pop classic "All Right," provides a soundtrack to the tale."
Orange is as gifted a storyteller as he is a musician. He recalls the first time he saw The Commodores perform. Instantly, he knew he was witnessing something fresh and new. “They were different,” he says. “They were all dressed alike, and they were doing routines with a sound that would not wait.”
"It was a flashback to the 1970s and 1980s last weekend at the Wisconsin Center as the legendary band The Commodores helped raise more than $100,000 for Camp Hometown Heroes at the seventh annual Grand Slam Charity Jam. Check out the attached slideshow put together by Milwaukee Business Journal freelance photographer Kenny Yoo to see photos of the popular event."
"What links Snoop Dogg, Hot Since 82, and William Pitt? No, it's not the possibility that the unlikely trio might find themselves tangled up in a particularly torturous Only Connect question. No, William Pitt's never appeared on Snoop's YouTube channel huffing on a joint with Seth Rogen and Chris Tarrant, and Hot Since 82's only connection to the pair of them is that his grandad's called Will, and he once tried to rap "Gin and Juice" at a student house party before collapsing from shame. What brings a balearic icon, everyone's favorite stoner, and a bloke I'm pretty sure lives on a permanently-sailed boat party just off the Croatian coast is Dennis Edwards, The Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards' frontman."
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Inductee Jimmie Williams, who has been recording and touring with Rock and Roll Hall of Famers the O'Jays for approximately 40 years, is "proud to be able to represent from a great field of musicians from Philadelphia and New Jersey," saying, in an exclusive interview with the Philadelphia Tribune, "I felt overjoyed! I felt as though it was a very big achievement. I was trying to grasp the idea of even going into somebody's hall of fame.
The Concert Across America to End Gun Violence Will Include 350 Events and over 1,000 Artists Nationwide on Sept. 25 Featuring Prominent Musicians such as Jackson Browne, Eddie Vedder, Rosanne Cash, Ryan Cabrera, Vy Higginsen's Gospel Choir of Harlem, Sam Harris, Kenny Loggins, Don Felder, the Gay Men's Choir of Los Angeles and Many More
"But if Tuesday night proved anything, it's that The Commodores haven't needed Richie to sound good for the past 30+ years. Live, they get along just fine with Nicholas subbing in Richie's parts. "Three Times A Lady," in particular, was an impressive display of talent for the British transplant, whose diction and vocal control met at a smooth, buttery crossroads."
"As The Commodores came out on stage, they proved once again that they still know how to party and work a crowd even without Lionel Ritchie. Even though they only played a 45-minute set, they breezed through as many hits as possible. Comprising of original members Williams King, singer and drummer, Walter Orange, who sang the infamous "Brick House," and J.D. Nicholas; together, they are keeping the legacy and the spirit of The Commodores alive."