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T Bone Burnett’s NYC Tribute to Bob Dylan, With Sara Bareilles and Oscar Isaac Among the Cast, Is Worthy of a Bard: Concert Review
A.D. Amorosi There’s a handsome backstory to Friday night’s concert “The Town Hall and T Bone Burnett Present a Tribute to Bob Dylan” — produced in partnership with the Bob Dylan Center — that went beyond present-day artists merely doing a set of covers. Dylan. New York City’s Town Hall. The two go hand-in-hand like whiskey and soda. In 1963, when the bourgeoning poet-folkie could no longer be confined by Greenwich Village’s coffee houses, his shrewd then-manager Albert Grossman chose the civic hall built by the League for Political Education to mark Dylan’s major league debut and unite his social consciousness with commerce for the first (but not the last) time.Dylan and T Bone Burnett also go hand-in-hand like whiskey and pretty-much-anything. Not only did Dylan pluck Burnett to be a guitarist on his legendary Rolling Thunder Revue tour of the late 1970s, Burnett recently produced Dylan’s one-off recording of “Blowin’ in the Wind” for Burnett’s Ionic Original acetate-format project with an auction price of nearly $1.8M. (Burnett is also linked to Town Hall with his smart co-production of 2013’s “Another Day, Another Time at the Hall”) in celebration of the Coen Brothers’ cinematic ’60s folk love letter “Inside Llewyn Davis.”
Seth Meyers - Busy Philipps - Sara Bareilles - Marc Silverstein - Busy Phillips' embarrassing mishap with child Birdie is too good to miss: 'I had this whole dilemma' - hellomagazine.com
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Busy Phillips' embarrassing mishap with child Birdie is too good to miss: 'I had this whole dilemma'
MORE: Busy Philipps stuns in crochet bikini as she gives new family update following split from husbandThe star recently stopped by Seth Meyers' late night talk show, and opened up about how a near outing to see A Strange Loop on Broadway with her child, Birdie, almost took a very awkward turn.The actress recalled to the host how she had been so excited to see the show, and when she realized her good friend and co-star Sara Bareilles was there, she texted her to let her know she was going with Birdie.WATCH: Busy's emotional family reunionMORE: Busy Philipps shares glimpse of first night out following separation announcementWhile the Broadway star surely appreciated the heads up, she was so concerned about Birdie coming and seeing some rather explicit scenes, she immediately called the mom-of-two.She quickly told her: "Do you know what it's about babe? It's, like, pretty mature…" However, the White Chicks star didn't back down, saying: "Well Birdie's like a teenager, it's going to be fine."This prompted the singer to make things explicitly clear, admitting that in the very first song the cast announces that there would be a sex scene on stage, and Busy went on to hilariously announce to Late Night viewers: "They deliver! They don't disappoint!"A post shared by Late Night with Seth Meyers (@latenightseth)The hilarious almost-disasterShe went on to recall to Seth her struggle over how to handle the situation, saying: "I had this whole dilemma," and joking how Birdie does watch Bridgerton, but not with her.MORE: Busy Philipps looks astounding in striking combinationMORE: Busy Philipps and husband Marc Silverstein confirm split after 15 years of marriageEventually she lucked out, resolving to a "communication is key" method,
Nicole Scherzinger - Nick Cannon - Robin Thicke - Ken Jeong - Jenny Maccarthy - Sara Bareilles - 'The Masked Singer' Crowns Season 7 Champion -- See What Superstar Took Home the Golden Mask Trophy! - etonline.com
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'The Masked Singer' Crowns Season 7 Champion -- See What Superstar Took Home the Golden Mask Trophy!
 season 7 crowned an all-new champion on Wednesday! After some truly breathtaking performances from the final three contestants, one costumed crooner ended up walking away with the Golden Mask Trophy!Going back to tradition — after having a finale with just two contestants last season — this season's big showdown pitted the top three singers against one another for an ultimate musical showdown.The Prince, The Ringmaster and The Firefly — who all happened to be from Team Good — each took to the stage to sing their hearts out, with The Prince kicking off the evening.The frog-costumed crooner wowed with a stunning performance of Coldplay's «Viva La Vida» that garnered a well-earned standing ovation from the panel and the audience.However, with this being the final, all three contestants brought their A-game, and Firefly upped the ante with a sultry, jaw-dropping rendition of «Bag Girl» by Usher. She showed off her moves and danced with the panel, leading panelist Nicole Scherzinger to gush, «Tonight, at this finale, you are the one to beat.»The Ringmaster then took the stage and brought the first round of the finale to an emotional close with a powerful performance of Sara Bareilles' «Gravity» that saw her hitting some truly next-level high notes.
Katy Perry - Bruce Springsteen - Lionel Richie - Ryan Seacrest - Thomas Rhett - Michael Buble - Luke Bryan - Carrie Underwood - Flo Rida - Melissa Etheridge - Gabby Barrett - Sara Bareilles - James Arthur - Noah Thompson - Leah Marlene - Carrie Underwood, Michael Bublé, Sara Bareilles, More to Perform on ‘American Idol’ Season Finale - variety.com - USA
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Carrie Underwood, Michael Bublé, Sara Bareilles, More to Perform on ‘American Idol’ Season Finale
Thania Garcia This weekend’s season finale of “American Idol” is cooking up to be a star-studded event with performances by season four winner and current mentor on the program, Carrie Underwood, as well as Michael Bublé, Thomas Rhett and Sara Bareilles, among many others.The three-hour special will also welcome judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan to the stage with additional performances by Ben Platt; Earth, Wind & Fire; Deana Carter; Flo Rida; Melissa Etheridge; Tai Verdes; “Idol” alum Gabby Barrett and James Arthur.This season’s three finalists — Noah Thompson, HunterGirl and Leah Marlene — will perform for one last time in hopes of bringing home the winning title, with one round dedicated to the music of Bruce Springsteen. Sunday night’s (May 15) episode of “American Idol” included performances from Fritz Hager and Thompson — both of whom had tested positive for COVID-19 in the weeks prior.Although Thompson made it through, Hager and Nicola Bozzo were eliminated during the semi-finals.Marlene expressed the most shock with the results of the finalist lineup following her performances of Journey’s “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” and Underwood’s “I’ll Stand By You.” She fell to the floor as her name was revealed by host Ryan Seacrest.Sunday night’s episode also featured a performance from Finneas who sang his funky pop single “Naked.”Season 20 of “American Idol” will wrap on Sunday, May 22 starting at 8 p.m.
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