Watch: Daniel O'Donnell performs Co Armagh gig in storage unit BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Country music legend Daniel O'Donnell has performed in Portadown...in a storage unit. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/entertainment/music/watch-daniel-odonnell-performs-co-armagh-gig-in-storage-unit-38520536.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article38520537.ece/2865e/AUTOCROP/h342/Daniel_ODonnell001.jpg Email Country music legend Daniel O'Donnell has performed in Portadown...in a storage unit. Hundreds turned out on Saturday for the free gig at Storestuff in Brownstown Business Park, which is owned by his son-in-law Gavin Shields. The performance could be one of his last shows locally as the singer has vowed to cut back on the number of live shows he performs, saying he wants to spend more time with his family. Mr Shields (39), is married to Siobhan, the daughter of Daniel's wife Majella. Daniel also performed a short set at the Country Comes to Town Festival in Portadown … [Read more...] about Watch: Daniel O’Donnell performs Co Armagh gig in storage unit
By Joey Guerra Published 11:28 pm CDT, Saturday, September 21, 2019 Fans at Toyota Center to see Carrie Underwood performs during the Cry Pretty Tour in Downtown Houston, TX on Saturday, September 21, 2019 Fans at Toyota Center to see Carrie Underwood performs during the Cry Pretty Tour in Downtown Houston, TX on Saturday, September 21, 2019 Photo: Jamaal Ellis, For The Houston Chronicle Photo: Jamaal Ellis, For The Houston Chronicle Image 1 of / 52 Caption Close Image 1 of 52 Fans at Toyota Center to see Carrie Underwood performs during the Cry Pretty Tour in Downtown Houston, TX on Saturday, September 21, 2019 Fans at Toyota Center to see Carrie Underwood performs during the Cry Pretty Tour in Downtown Houston, TX on Saturday, September 21, 2019 … [Read more...] about Carrie Underwood is still an idol for Houston fans
The internet can sometimes be useful, it can help historians find volumes of Shakespeare once owned by John Milton. But can Twitter solve one of the greatest mysteries of the nineties and decode the lyrics to Seal’s hit, “Kiss From A Rose?” Well, one twitter user has a theory. This a pretty bold claim, but is it just crazy enough that it might be right? The song has always been kind of a riddle of the sphinx when it comes to meaning. I’ve always loved the it and put my own interpretation over the lyrics that seem to be about a transformative relationship, but I, innocent as I am, never thought it was about drugs. So when I read that tweet, my mind was more than a little, uh, blown. And I wasn’t alone. If Ava DuVernay is considering it, we have to investigate. “Kiss From a Rose” gained popularity in the US after it was played over the credits to Batman Forever in May 1995/ The jam however was not composed for the movie, so we can eliminate any … [Read more...] about Wait, Is “Kiss From A Rose” Really About…Cocaine?!
PUBLISHED: 21:00 20 September 2019 Gareth Newnham Swing Fever will play a benefit gig for Samaritans on Sunday. Picture: Swing Fever Swing Fever A Weston jazz band will be playing a lunchtime charity show in aid of the Samaritans this Sunday. Six-piece jazz maestros Swing Fever play a mixture of classic jazz styles and popular music.Lead by trumpeter Mac Kirby, the band has performed all over the globe, including at the famous Hong Kong jazz club Ned Kelly's.More recently the group has stayed close to home, playing at many venues in and around Weston, and are regulars on the seafront, playing as part of the resort's summer concerts.Swing Fever play the Sass Bar, in South Parade on Sunday, at 1pm.Entry is free, but donations to the Samaritans are welcome. … [Read more...] about Swing band play Samaritans benefit at the Sass bar
PUBLISHED: 14:14 20 September 2019 Sam Frost The music of punk legends will be performed at Weston's Grand Pier tonight (Friday), with a trio of top-class tribute acts set to wow the crowd. Punk On The Pier will take place at the pavilion, in Marine Parade, at 7.30pm - offering fans a chance to go back in time.Topping the bill are The Sex Pistols Experience, who will take the anarchic energy of Johnny Rotten and co to the pier. The Ramonas, an all-female tribute to legendary New York rockers The Ramones, will also take to the stage, with top tunes Blitzkrieg Bop and I Wanna Be Sedated certain to get an outing.The line-up is rounded off by The Clash Tribute London, who will reel off unforgettable hits London Calling and Rock The Casbah.Hollie Otley, the pier's events manager, said: "For anyone who grew up in the 1970s and 1980s, this is a night not to be missed."Tickets, priced £16, are available at www.conciergeuk.co.uk/event/punk-on-the-pier … [Read more...] about Punk night at Weston’s Grand Pier ‘not to be missed’