Her first six singles in the UK all reached the top five, but by the 1990s Kylie was determined to shed her good-girl image, and in 1993 she left Stock Aitken and Watermen. Kylie later said of that time: "I was very much a puppet in the beginning. I was blinkered by my record company. I was unable to look left or right." … [Read more...] about Kylie Minogue celebrates turning 47
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Day is pictured with her third husband, Martin Melcher, in 1955 (left). They were together for 17 years but a series of catastrophic investments made by him left her penniless. He died in 1968. She stood by him until his death. She is shown with her fourth and final husband, the restaurateur Barry Comden, right, in 1976. They divorced in 1982. He said he was tired of being looked over by her for her 14 dogs … [Read more...] about Hollywood mourns one of its greatest stars as wholesome screen icon Doris Day dies of pneumonia aged 97
So it's that time again, Christmas time is here again, ain't been round since who knows when. When I started in the Music Biz back in 1985 in Des Moines, Iowa at 'RecordShop' Valley West, I started making Rock 'N Roll Christmas Cassettes to play in my store since there were not many Rock 'N Roll Christmas albums out back then, and in 1999 I started making Christmas CDs. And since 2017 I began to make Rock 'N Roll Christmas Radio Shows! So now it's time for Mr. Zero's Annual Xmass Shows. This year has been a unique opportunity! As I have 3 different radio shows on 2 different stations, pretty cool huh ? So I am going to give you a breakdown on all 3 radio shows ... and away we go: … [Read more...] about Christmas Time x3 on the Radio From Mr. Zer0’s To YOU !
Around 1995, Hellhammer reconnected with Necrobutcher and Deathcrush-era singer Maniac to re-form the group with a new recruit on guitar who called himself Blasphemer. They had hoped to continue with Ruch, as well, but his prison sentence prevented it. In 1998, they crossed paths with Csihar at a festival in Milan and asked him to sing the De Mysteriis cut “From the Dark Past” with them. It was the first time he realized the immense impact the album had on music fans. “The fans were totally crazy about it, and I saw friends from Italy who were into De Mysteriis,” he says. “I always thought it was gonna be a good record. And then I started to meet other bands who liked the album, and I realized this album, it’s strong and more profound.” He officially re-joined the group in 2004, and they have since put out two albums, 2007’s Ordo Ad Chao and 2014’s Esoteric Warfare. … [Read more...] about Mayhem’s Long, Dark Road to Reviving a Black-Metal Classic
Aside from the time tight deadline were there any major obstacles making Unden!able?Paul: There were moments we felt like we hit a creative brick wall and I think that happened to Chad more than any of us. There was a moment when we had 12 tracks laid down and we had three songs with lyrics. It was like, “Why is it taking so long?”Gray: Dude, I had just had shoulder surgery. The first week of that was so, so painful it made me want to put a gun to my mouth. I was just sitting there on my couch knowing those guys were writing. I was in a sling for six weeks so I experienced complete muscle atrophy. Three weeks into that process I went to Vegas to start working on the record. I was in a lot of pain and discomfort. I was doing physical therapy and then going into the studio so it was a real tough time and I had a slow start. … [Read more...] about Hear Hellyeah Cover Phil Collins With Lost Dimebag Darrell Guitar Performance