The Phantom of the opera was directed by Joel Schumacher and written by Gaston Leroux from his novel that has same title. The music was directed by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
The phantom of the opera was released on 23 December 2004 (Singapore). It’s actually a story about someone who passion with his own voice and Her love became his obsession. Her refusal became his rage – The Phantom of the opera itself has been Nominated for 3 Oscars. Another 5 wins & 27 nominations. Read the rest of this entry »
like the name of the group “On my own”, the title of the song sound similar too Les Miserable or Misery. Almost all the lyric and the song they release were telling about the sorrow and pain and deep love.
In 2001, the band finished the demo and he got the producer signed to Reprise Records all within a few months of meeting them. “Used” then had to change their name to “The Used” when it was discovered that a Boston band had already taken that name. Since then, The Used have released two platinum studio albums. With the personnel they have, On Bert McCracken – Lead Vocals, Piano andQuinn Allman – Guitar, Backup Vocals, Jeph Howard – Bass, Backup Vocals Dan Whitesides – Drums Greg Bester – Touring Gutarist – Played with band on tour in early 2000s but has returned to his native country. Branden Steineckert – Drums, Backup Vocals – Branden was kicked out of the band in the summer of 2006. Dean Butterworth – Drums – Dean recorded the drums for Lies for the Liars after Branden was kicked out of the band. Read the rest of this entry »
On My Own – The line up remained unchanged until September 12, 2006 when announced that Steineckert was no longer the drummer of The Used. The Used expressed that they needed to move forward without him but owed him a great deal of gratitude for all his hard work over the years. All the same, they wished him the best for his future endeavours. Later that year, it was announced drummer Dan Whitesides from the New Transit Direction replaced Branden Steineckert. Steineckert has since joined Rancid to replace former drummer Brett Reed. Read the rest of this entry »
The movie and the lyric of the soundtrack is unique. Pokemon is actually a story or a movie for children that has special message about friendship, the strong of believes, future, hope and imagination.
POKEMON is actually abbreviation of Pocket Monsters (Poketto Monsut) that produced from Japan animation. In English version, this serial was produced by Alex and Matt Production and distributed by Viz Media. Pokemon was directed by Kunihiko Yuyama, and for English version by Norman J Grossfeld Read the rest of this entry »
Mayer grew up in Connecticut listening to pop radio until, at age 13, he discovered blues music when a neighbor gave him a Stevie Ray Vaughan tape. Mayer picked up a guitar, and within two years he was performing at local blues bars stunning audiences with his mature playing. But he soon realized that the world of guitar virtuosity was not for him.
“There’s this really distracting glory in wanting to be the best guitar player because all that really is, is copying somebody, seeing who can play ‘Sky Is Crying’ better than the next guy,” Mayer says. “I wanted to be listenable and play tunes that other people could play but not the way I play them.” Read the rest of this entry »
Brian McKnight was born on June 5th, 1969 at Buffalo NY who knows that this person who is brilliance as a writer, musician and producer place him in an exceptional category, is actually love American Gigolo movie as one of his favorite. He also like to read and his favorite book is Down These Mean Streets by Piri Thomas And his Favorite Artists are Stevie Wonder, The Artist, Michael Sembello Read the rest of this entry »
If you are a big fan of 70’s song, you must know Peter Frampton as was one of the biggest arena rock stars of the ’70s. Peter Frampton was born April 22, 1950, in the town of Beckenham in Kent and He was making his name largely on the double-LP concert set Frampton Comes Alive. Frampton has become one of other ’70s rock artists such as Kiss, Cheap Trick, etc.) that could break through to a wide audience with a live album. Read the rest of this entry »
Faith Hill (Audrey Faith Perry) was born on Sept. 21, 1967, in Jackson, Miss. Adopted at only a week old, she grew up in the small town of Star. She sang in church growing up and moved to Nashville at 19 to pursue a country music career. Hill’s first Music City job was selling T-shirts at Fan Fair. She later landed an office job with singer-songwriter Garry Morris, from Nashville company. Morris heard her singing along with the radio and asked her to perform on demo tapes. Hill’s first professional gig was singing backup for songwriter-musician Gary Burr, who would later become her co-producer. She was discovered by a Warner Bros. executive while singing with Burr at Nashville’s famed Bluebird Cafe. Read the rest of this entry »
Britney Jean Spears who was born in rural Louisiana (Kentwood) on December 2, 1981, from Jamie and Lynne Spears has full name Britney Jean Spears. However now she has three different name, Brit, PInkey and the princess of Pop.
As she is also known as a great dancer on almost all of her video clip, that’s maybe because when she was a child, Britney attended dance classes, and she was great at gymnastics, winning many competitions and the like. Read the rest of this entry »