The finale for the five-day America United themed event in a deeply and violently divided nation, Celebrating America has already made public that Justin Timberlake will be busting a move or two onstage. Demi Lovato, Ant Clemons and that other Garden State superstar Jon Bon Jovi will be performing also. … [Read more...] about Joe Biden’s Inauguration TV Special Adds Kerry Washington, Bruce Springsteen Eva Longoria & John Legend
All four verses of the national anthem
It's far from a pizza party, but the National Guard troops stationed in the nation's capital to keep the peace ahead of Inauguration Day are being treated to pizza on the reg ... thanks to thoughtful donors. … [Read more...] about Cargo Van Load of Pizza Delivered to National Guard Troops in D.C.
When “The Message” was added to the National Registry — the first hip-hop song to receive that honor — the Library of Congress noted, “If there is a single message that unites ‘The Message,’ it’s that living this life day in, day out comes at an enormous psychological cost that adds up. To hammer this home, the song ends with a brief skit where the group is arrested for no reason — a postscript that still reflects headlines at the time of this writing.” … [Read more...] about Duke Bootee, Rapper and Co-Writer of Hip-Hop Classic ‘The Message,’ Dead at 69
— Sidharth Malhotra (@SidMalhotra) January 15, 2021 Just like the Student Of The Year actor, Sanjay Dutt also saluted the courage and bravery of Indian soldiers and tweeted, "Saluting the courage and bravery of our Indian Army who has always stood strong, even in the most unfavourable conditions. We, as entertainers, can only try to portray your unparalleled commitment on the screens. Folded handsFlag of India #ArmyDay." … [Read more...] about Indian Army Day: Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn And Sidharth Malhotra Hail Our Brave Soldiers
Grohl also tweeted about the song on Wednesday, recalling his experience growing up in the D.C. suburbs as the threat of a Cold War loomed. “I had nightmares of missiles in the sky and soldiers in my backyard, most likely brought upon by the political tension of the early Eighties and my proximity to the Nation’s Capitol,” he wrote. “My youth was spent under the dark cloud of a hopeless future.” … [Read more...] about Foo Fighters Debut ‘Waiting on a War’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’