Page Too Report for 03/06/2018
Tiffany Thomas, who was at the concert when shots rang out, was inspired to start a Facebook group--'58 Survivors 1 Last Set"--for fellow survivors of the horrific event.
"After it happened, all I could think about was Jason Aldean," Thomas told 13 Action News in Vegas about that fateful night. 'I kept thinking like he was up there, he was on that stage, he was singing for us."
Another Route 91 survivor, Gina McKin, joined the group, and soon the women had an idea: a Shutterfly book that they would make specifically for Aldean.
The 91-page book is loaded with photos from the event before the shooting destroyed the festival and so many lives of those in attendance.The ladies are sending the book and some other gifts along to Aldean with the request for Aldean to return to Vegas for a special show for Route 91 survivors and the families of the victims. Read morehere.
Wayne fires off plenty of his signature fiery punchlines and verses, seemingly taking a shot at embattled Cash Money head, Birdman, and the recent foreclosure on his Miami mansion:
"No one man should have all that power if he can't afford to pay the light bills." Listen to Lil Wayne's latest, "Vizine," which naturally contains explicit lyrics,here.
The girl's family are currently embroiled in a legal battle for her right to pain medication, which hospital staff said could damage her liver. Ed met Melody when he agreed to spend time with her in the hospital two years ago. Since then, the legal trouble around her medication has increased strain on her family, reports NME. Melody's parents say access to pain medication will help improve their daughter's quality of life.
"I'd rather Melody had one more year filled with happiness than five years of pain," Melody's mother Karina Driscoll told The Mirror. "It's only now we realize how few rights we have as parents but we won't give up."
Rett Syndrome affects a victim's ability to speak, walk, eat and breathe easily, and is marked by "near constant repetitive hand movements while awake."
The Driscolls will raffle off Sheeran's guitar to help offset their expenses. Read morehere.
Joining him on the tour will be high-energy hip-hop duo, Rae Sremmurd. The Atlanta star will launch the tour, appropriately enough, in Atlanta on Sept. 6. Glover wraps up the jaunt Sept. 30 in Vancouver, Canada.
Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, March 9 at 12pm local time. A variety of presales open starting Tuesday, March 6. See the dateshere.
"Today…No Excuses gets official dance moves!!," Trainor posted on Twitter. "I learned a Zumba routine and tried my first Zumba class! it was AWESOME! So we released an official choreo video and now you can sing and dance along to my new song!! Thank you Zumba!!"
The fun new routine finds Trainor and a dance crew working out the new moves to the track, perfect for millennial wedding receptions and any stray rom-coms that might be hitting the big screen in the coming months. Get a head-start on learning the slick moveshere.
"I'm so proud of my dad and so glad his music is still being enjoyed and recognized in the music community. He always put his heart and soul into every song he ever sang," said Ashley Campbell.
Written by Nelson 57 years ago, "Funny How Time Slips Away" was recorded for Campbell's Grammy -nominated farewell album, Adiós, released in June 2017 via UMe to rave reviews. The collaboration between longtime friends takes on a new gravitas as the two trailblazers reflect back together on where the years went. Hailed by Rolling Stone as "a marvelous, albeit heartbreaking, tribute to their enduring love and respect for one another," the song is even more significant following Campbell's death last year from Alzheimer's. In November, the collaboration won the Country Music Association Award for Musical Event of the Year. Stream the songhere.
The humorous clip finds Sia mentally going through her to-do list (as heard in voice-over), while her assistants diligently go about putting together her outfit.
As Sia thinks about getting her dedicated assistants flowers, she realizes that she can't ask them to buy flowers for themselves. "Yeah, it's not really a gift then, it's a job," she ponders to herself.
And that's where Google Assistant comes in. Watch the very funny cliphere.
"Spicy" also features an appearance from fellow New York rapper Fabolous, who uses the occasion to fire a crude shot a Blac Chyna. Lil Kim debuted the track last weekend (March 3) at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, walking into the ring with Wilder to the song before as he defended his title against contender Luis Ortiz.
"I was so honored to have walked out with the heavyweight champion of the world, Deontay Wilder," Lil Kim said in a press statement. "To introduce my new song 'Spicy' on one of the biggest nights in boxing history was epic. Deontay Wilder is such an amazing person and a true champion!"
Wilder lauded the rapper with an Instagram post where he shouted her out for being the first woman to walk out with a fighter. "Salute to the homie Lil Kim for her Amazing job last night and also placing herself in The History Books for the First Female to bring a fighter out, yet alone A World Champ Ever in World History," Wilder wrote. "Women are showing the world each day how powerful they are and limitless to what they can accomplish." Check out "Spicy"here.
Liam Payne, Flo Rida, Zedd will headline SlimeFest, with Dance Moms/Youtube star Jojo Siwa set to host the show. Attendees can also expect lots and lots of ooey-gooey slime.
Plenty of Nickelodeon faves are set to make onstage appearances, with Kel Mitchell and Benjamin Flores Jr. (Game Shakers), Riele Downs and Ella Anderson (Henry Danger), and Breanna Yde (School of Rock) scheduled to greet the crowd. Read morehere.
Monroe worked with producer Dave Cobb (Brandy Clark, Chris Stapleton) on the release and the two creators bonded over Elton John LPs and Glenn Campbell's "Wichita Lineman," which helped to mold Sparrow.
"I knew I wanted to work with Dave," Monroe says in a press release. "All of his records are consistently awesome and classic, timeless, old and new all in one. Country music is a wide genre, and that's OK. I don't even know what genre this record is, but I know it's me." See the tracklistinghere.
To celebrate the playwright and composer's 70th birthday, Lana participated in Unmasked: The Platinum Collection--a compilation of covers from Webber's extensive catalog of show tunes.
For the album, Lana recorded "You Must Love Me," originally written for the film version of Evita which starred Madonna. Webber won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for the track and Madonna has performed the song on a number of subsequent world tours. On the record, Lana brings her signature breathy, cinematic flair to the stirring ballad.
The singer called making the record in honor of Sir Andrew "a dream."
"Andrew Lloyd Webber has been one of my primary inspirations in music, so to do a cover of one of his songs is a dream," she said. 'I especially love this particular song, You Must Love Me, because of how unique the melody is. I've been incredibly inspired by all of Andrew's work from Phantom of the Opera to Evita." Listen to Lana's takehere.
Both five-second clips feature rapid edits and double-exposures of a beautiful brunette in an open field. 'On The Loose" is from Horan's 2017 solo debut Flicker.
He tweeted, "'On The Loose ' video out 6th of March !" and "'She's on the loose '" Check out the accompanying teaser clips
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