On the eve of International Women's Day, actress Kareena Kapoor Khan shared the first picture of her newborn on her Instagram page and captioned it as, "There's nothing women can't do ❤️❤️ Happy Women's Day my loves ❤️ #InternationalWomensDay." Within an hour of beng uploaded, the picture received more than three lakh hearts on Instagram, and Kareena's followers are mesmerised to see her picture with her second child. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kareena Kapoor Khan (@kareenakapoorkhan) Just like Bebo's fans, her friends from the industry were in awe of her latest Instagram post and made sure to send love to it. In the picture, Kareena is seen embracing her second child. While Karisma Kapoor, Rhea Kapoor, Sophie Choudry, Amrita Arora left heart emoticons on Kareena's post, Saif Ali Khan's sister Saba Pataudi praised the Jab We Met actress and wrote, " You're a … [Read more...] about Kareena Kapoor Khan Shares First Picture Of Her Newborn On Women’s Day; Her Sister-In-Law Calls Her A ‘Rock’
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Same song, different verse — quite literally, it turns out. On Monday (March 8th), the University of South California’s Annenberg Institute released its latest report on music creator demographics, finding that women still make up meager percentages of artists, songwriters, and producers on music charts and award-nomination slates, marking “no meaningful and sustained increase” in the number of female musicians in the male-governed music-making business in close to a decade. The fourth annual report , conducted by USC ’s Annenberg Inclusion Initiative with funding from Spotify, examined the gender and race of artists, songwriters, producers, and other creators across 900 top songs in the last nine years; across 2012 to 2020, women comprised a total 21.6% of all artists, 12.6% of all songwriters, and 2.6% of all producers. Researchers Stacy Smith, Katherine Pieper, Marc Choueiti, Karla Hernandez, and Kevin Yao parsed data from the Billboard Hot 100 year-end charts and the Grammy … [Read more...] about Women in Music Dwindled in 2020
UPDATE (3/2): The members of Akron/Family and Miles Seaton’s widow, Leanne Pedante, have shared a new remembrance page honoring the musician, who died last month. The page also revealed that Seaton’s cause of death was a single-car crash on I-5 near Fresno, California on February 17th; it’s still unclear what exactly was wrong with the truck Seaton was driving when the crash occurred. In a statement, Pedante wrote, “In the days since his death, his family and friends have constantly shared the lessons that Miles left us with: to be present in the process rather than obsess over the product; to break your heart open and connect deeply with everyone you can; to see that it is never ‘either/or’ but always ‘both/and.’ The nightmarish reality that someone who so generously taught us all how to really live is now dead can’t be put into words. His family and I deeply appreciate all of the memories, reflections and kind words being shared by all he touched.” Related … [Read more...] about Miles Seaton of Experimental Rock Outfit Akron/Family Dead at 41
Akron/Family are a four-man band based in Brooklyn, of assorted rural origins (in Pennsylvania, California and upstate New York) and now roaming all over a wide, open space where antique folk balladry, primal drone and explosive improvisation meet and melt in a woodland psychedelia that answers an age-old musical question: What if Pink Floyd gave birth to Ummagumma in the Band’s basement at Big Pink? There is nothing retiring about the first nine minutes of Meek Warrior — “Blessing Force” is practically an album in itself, a mounting-hysteria suite of Hawkwind-like overdrive, healing-ritual chant and free-jazz blowing. The middle of the record (Akron/Family’s third, counting their 2003 split disc with Michael Gira’s Angels of Light ) is softer communion — pagan sing-along and log-cabin jamming — that turns wild and electric again in the ecstatic, tumbling rock of “The Rider (Dolphin Song).” Joining singer-instrumentalists Ryan Vanderhoof, Seth Olinsky, Miles Seaton and Dana Janssen … [Read more...] about Fricke’s Picks: What If Pink Floyd Gave Birth to Ummagumma in the Band’s Basement?
Woah! There's a triple bonanza for the Haathi Mere Saathi fans as Eros International showcases 2 brand new posters with its leading ladies, Shriya Pilgaonkar and Zoya Hussain. This especially on the occasion of Women's Day. Well, that's not all as the makers are also announcing the song, 'Dheeme Dheeme', which will be launched on 9th March. The makers have chosen Women's Day to present the strong female characters, Arundhati and Arvi from Haathi Mere Saathi played by Shriya and Zoya respectively. So celebrate Women's Day with these powerful and gorgeous ladies from Haathi Mere Saathi. Haathi Mere Saathi is a story inspired by multiple events and traces the narrative of a man (Rana Daggubati), who spends most of his life in the jungle, dedicated to protecting the ecosystem. Shriya and Zoya's characters too are seen fighting for justice for the elephants and the ecosystem. The film is directed by Prabu Solomon, an expert on films around wildlife. … [Read more...] about Haathi Mere Saathi Celebrates Women’s Day With New Posters Of Shriya Pilgaonkar And Zoya Hussain