Marcy de Luna, Houston Chronicle Updated 11:39 am CDT, Monday, October 15, 2018 Country icon Willie Nelson ans supermodel Kate Upton sport the same look. Country icon Willie Nelson ans supermodel Kate Upton sport the same look. Photo: Photo Of Herb Kelleher And Willie Nelson Courtesy Of Southwest Airlines. Photo Of Justin Verlander And Kate Up By Ronald Martinez, Getty Images. Kate Upton on the field after the Astros game 7 ALCS championship victory against the Yankees Kate Upton on the field after the Astros game 7 ALCS championship victory against the Yankees Photo: Ronald Martinez, Getty Images Kate Upton on the field after the Astros game 7 ALCS championship victory against the Yankees Kate Upton on the field after the Astros game 7 ALCS championship victory against the Yankees … [Read more...] about Who wore it best: Willie Nelson or Kate Upton?
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David Bauder, Ap Media Writer Updated 10:06 am PDT, Thursday, October 4, 2018 This combination photo shows David Byrne performing at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans on April 29, 2018, left, and Janelle Monae performing in Los Angeles on June 28, 2018. Byrne ends each show on a serious note calling attention to minority victims of violence by covering Janelle Monae's "Hell You Talmbout." Monae says she was touched by the gesture, and believes the song's message needs to be heard by every audience. less This combination photo shows David Byrne performing at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans on April 29, 2018, left, and Janelle Monae performing in Los Angeles on June 28, 2018. Byrne ends ... more Photo: AP Photo: AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 This … [Read more...] about Why David Byrne started covering a Janelle Monae song
Detroit Free Press staff Published 10:46 p.m. UTC Aug 31, 2018 A weeklong celebration of the life of the Queen of Soul ends today as Detroit and the world say a final goodbye to Aretha Franklin. Freep.com will carry a live stream here from before the service through the procession. 6:43 p.m.: Franklin's casket and mourners are filing out of the church. 6:41 p.m.: Jennifer Holliday is at the podium to sing as pallbearers move Franklins casket. Holliday, a singer and actress, played Effie White in the 1981 Broadway production of “Dreamgirls.” Holliday made news in 2017 after she backed out of singing as part of President Donald Trump’s inaugural events. Earlier in the day: Doris Watkins, 91, and Ann Sledge, 76, are out on the avenue of the fashions to pay their respect to the queen. The duo were decked out in Aretha shirts and black baseball caps that they adhered print out of Aretha and cancer pink ribbons to. … [Read more...] about Live stream: Franklin’s casket leaves church
Movies: The Bergman Century Through June 7: The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul brings a 16-film retrospective of one of world cinema’s greatest auteurs, Ingmar Bergman. In honor of Bergman’s 100th birthday, the retrospective includes “The Seventh Seal,” “Cries and Whispers,” “Hour of the Wolf” and “Persona.” For showtimes and information: mspfilm.org.— Kathy Berdan Family: Valleyfair Amusement Park Through October, with water park opening Saturday: Valleyfair has a new attraction for its 2018 season. Delirious is a family thrill ride described like this: “Riders board the 24-person train where they begin to rock back and forth. The train gains momentum and races around the inside of this 7-story track, eventually slowing to hold riders suspended upside-down; the ride then reverses direction. Delirious will be capable of completing 10 revolutions in less than a minute, producing a high intensity ride … [Read more...] about Best in Minneapolis-St. Paul entertainment for Memorial Day weekend and beyond
Levitation Fest band the Black Angels helps close out the festival with a Sunday show at Stubb’s. Contributed/Alexandra Valenti Thursday-Sunday: Levitation. The psych-rock festival has moved from outdoors to nightclubs, with big shows including Electric Wizard at Stubb’s on Friday, Ministry at Emo’s on Saturday and Wooden Shjips at Empire on Sunday. Check out our full preview: Levitation sends psych sounds through Red River Cultural District Friday: Mobley “Fresh Lies” release at Waterloo Records. The adventurous electro-pop artist doesn’t consider this new release an album. Instead, he thinks of it as an album-sized excerpt of an ongoing project, his exploration of the relationship between man and country cast as a romantic love song. This idea is as old as the traditional Irish ballads that are a latent influence on his work, but the specifics make the concept potent: He’s a black man in modern America. The release, cast as volume one, … [Read more...] about Weekend music picks: Eric Church, Mobley, Blackheart finale, more