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Elton John, The Police, Patsy Cline, Public Enemy And More Inducted Into the Grammy Hall Of Fame. 26 new songs will be inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame this year. Songs from Elton John, The Police, Patsy Cline, Neil Diamond, and Public Enemy will be added to the already over 1,000 songs that make up the prestigious list. Songs must be over 25 years old and exhibit historical significance, including The Eurythmics “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This).
Speaking of Grammy’s…. Demi Lovato will perform at it! earlier this week Lovato took to social media to announce it. “I told you the next time you’d hear from me I’d be singing” - which will be her first live performance since her drug overdose and hospitalization back in July 2018. Lovato went on to share that a new album is coming, but she’s not in any rush to release it or reveal a timeline for when fans will hear new songs.
Jennifer Lopez And Shakira Reportedly Not Getting Along Ahead of Super Bowl Halftime Show. A source told blogger, Love B. Scott, “Right now, the halftime show in the works is running way longer than the allotted time. The NFL, along with the powers-that-be are trying to solve the issue.” The possible reason for the long performance times could be due to Lopez and Shakira performing separately instead of together for most of the performance as originally planned. According to the source, things got “chilly” when Shakira was added to the halftime show after Jennifer Lopez had been confirmed.
Billie Eilish Confirms She Will Sing The Next 'James Bond' Theme Song. On Tuesday (January 14), Billie Eilish confirmed the rumor that she will be singing the theme song to the new James Bond film, No Time to Die. “No Time To Die” JAMES BOND. AND I AM SINGING THE THEME SONG. WHAAT,” she captioned a photo of the 007 logo. Eilish now becomes youngest artist (18yrs) in history to write and record a James Bond theme song. (this is the 25th Bond movie; in theaters April 10)
Mandy Moore Announces First Album In 11 Years! Before the huge success of the tv series THIS IS US, Mandy Moore was a pop star. At the age of 15 years old, she released her 1st song, which became a #1 hit, “CANDY”. She toured with N’SYNC, BACKSTREET BOYS and of course landed leading roles in movies. Now, she’s stepping back into her singing roots and going on tour, coming to Portland on May 5 @ Roseland Theater. Her new album comes out March 6 and newest single called “Save a Little For Yourself.”
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