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Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler says Ozzy Osbourne “desperately wants” to play one final show - www.nme.com - Birmingham
nme.com
18.06.2024 / 07:57

Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler says Ozzy Osbourne “desperately wants” to play one final show

Black Sabbath‘s Geezer Butler has said Ozzy Osbourne “desperately wants” to play one final show with the band.Last month, Osbourne revealed that he would “jump at the chance” to perform another Sabbath show with co-founder Bill Ward. The drummer backed out of participating in the group’s reunion dates between 2012 and 2017 over an “unreasonable” contract.Butler confirmed later in May that he and Osbourne had “agreed” to play one last concert. It came after the Prince Of Darkness’ wife and manager, Sharon, said Ozzy was planning “two more shows to say goodbye” before he fully retires.

BLACKPINK’s Rosé signs to The Black Label - www.nme.com
nme.com
18.06.2024 / 04:53

BLACKPINK’s Rosé signs to The Black Label

BLACKPINK singer Rosé has officially signed to The Black Label, headed by the K-pop group’s longtime producer Teddy Park.Today (June 18), The Black Label confirmed in a press statement to SportsWorldi, via Soompi, that BLACKPINK’s Rosé had signed a “management contract” with the K-pop agency “based on deep trust between [The Black Label founder and] producer Teddy Park and artist Rosé”.“Rosé is currently preparing to meet global fans with new music, and she plans to engage in music activities worldwide in collaboration with a global record label going forward,” the label added. “We promise to provide full support to ensure that Rosé can be active in various fields.”Notably, Teddy Park has been the producer behind BLACKPINK’s biggest hits, including ‘Pink Venom’, ‘How You Like That’, ‘Kill This Love’ and more.

Has Joe Alwyn Ever Been To The Black Dog Pub Namedropped On Taylor Swift’s TTPD Album? He Says… - perezhilton.com
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15.06.2024 / 21:41

Has Joe Alwyn Ever Been To The Black Dog Pub Namedropped On Taylor Swift’s TTPD Album? He Says…

Was Joe Alwyn actually the ex who walked into “some bar called the Black Dog” after his breakup with Taylor Swift?

Joe Alwyn Subtly Responds to ‘The Black Dog’ Rumors in First Comments on the Taylor Swift Breakup - www.glamour.com
glamour.com
15.06.2024 / 20:07

Joe Alwyn Subtly Responds to ‘The Black Dog’ Rumors in First Comments on the Taylor Swift Breakup

didn't want to talk about in his new interview with .“I understand people’s curiosity," the 33-year-old actor said during his conversation with Nathaniel Goldberg, which was published on June 15. After all, Alwyn dated one of the most famous women in the world for and multiple songs on her most recent album, .

The Black Keys have reportedly signed to new management - www.nme.com - USA - Canada - Ohio
nme.com
15.06.2024 / 11:19

The Black Keys have reportedly signed to new management

The Black Keys have announced they have signed to new management following a public split from their former team.The band recently took to social media to claim they were “fucked” after their North American tour was cancelled and they split from their management on June 7. The Black Keys were due to play their ‘International Players Tour’ in the US and Canada from September to November this year, but it was reported late last month that the entire run of gigs had been abruptly scrapped, with no explanation provided.Amidst speculation the cancellation was due to low ticket sales, the band opened up about the tour, saying it was axed and re-planned in favour of smaller theatre venues as featured on their recent European dates.Billboard went on to report that the band had split from their management team, Irving Azoff and Steve Moir of Full Stop Management, in what was described as an “amicable parting”.Now, Rolling Stone have reported that The Black Keys have signed to Red Light Management, whose clients include The Dave Matthews Band, The Strokes and Chris Stapleton.

Teamsters, Basic Crafts Zero In On California’s Film & TV Tax Credit In First Week Of Negotiations With Studios; More Talks Set For Next Week - deadline.com - Los Angeles - California
deadline.com
15.06.2024 / 07:19

Teamsters, Basic Crafts Zero In On California’s Film & TV Tax Credit In First Week Of Negotiations With Studios; More Talks Set For Next Week

The Hollywood Basic Crafts have officially wrapped the first week of negotiations on a new three-year agreement with the studios.

‘Divorce in the Black’ Trailer: Meagan Good Fights for Freedom Against Her Husband in Tyler Perry’s Prime Video Thriller - variety.com - Taylor - county Shannon - county Story - county Anderson - county Lee - county Wallace
variety.com
13.06.2024 / 23:27

‘Divorce in the Black’ Trailer: Meagan Good Fights for Freedom Against Her Husband in Tyler Perry’s Prime Video Thriller

Jack Dunn Amazon MGM Studios has released the first trailer for Tyler Perry‘s “Divorce in the Black,” starring Meagan Good and Cory Hardrict. The thriller will be available to stream globally on Prime Video starting July 11.

Wave to Earth announce North American leg of 2024 ‘0.03’ world tour - www.nme.com - Britain - New York - USA - Texas - California - Florida - Canada - state Missouri - Washington - county San Diego - Colorado - city Columbia - Arizona - Utah - Washington - county Oakland - state Oregon - state Washington - county St. Louis - county Canadian - city Seattle, state Washington - county Summit - Denver - city Canadian - San Francisco, state California - city Salt Lake City, state Utah - city Austin, state Texas
nme.com
11.06.2024 / 03:59

Wave to Earth announce North American leg of 2024 ‘0.03’ world tour

Wave to Earth have announced the North American leg of their upcoming 2024 ‘0.03’ world tour, with concerts in the US and Canada.Wave to Earth announced their 2024 ‘0.03’ world tour today (June 11), starting with the concerts and dates for the North American leg. It’ll take place from September to November this year, with 25 shows across both the US and Canada.The band will kick off their tour on September 16 at the Vogue Theatre in the Canadian city of Vancouver.

Check out new Johnny Cash song ‘Spotlight’, featuring The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach - www.nme.com - Nashville
nme.com
07.06.2024 / 16:07

Check out new Johnny Cash song ‘Spotlight’, featuring The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach

Johnny Cash has been shared called ‘Spotlight’, which he recorded back in 1993 and has since seen contributions from The Black Keys‘ Dan Auerbach. Check it out below.Released today (June 7), the track is the latest to be released from ‘Songwriter’ – an album of previously unreleased songs by the late country music icon, which is set to be released later this year.As with all tracks on the forthcoming LP, the vocals for ‘Spotlight’ were originally recorded by Cash back in early 1993 at the LSI Studios in Nashville.

The Black Keys split from managers after cancellation of entire North American tour - www.nme.com - New York - USA - Canada - county Tulsa - Seattle - Ohio
nme.com
07.06.2024 / 10:39

The Black Keys split from managers after cancellation of entire North American tour

The Black Keys have reportedly parted ways from their management team following the recent cancellation of their entire North American arena tour.The band announced the ‘International Players Tour’ tour back in April, which included 31 dates across the US and Canada set for later this year. The shows were announced in support of their 12th album ‘Ohio Players’, which arrived on April 5.The duo – comprising Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney – were expected to kick off in Tulsa on September 17, with Seattle band The Head And The Heart set to support them at select shows.

Dr Michael Mosley update as cops say This Morning star left his phone behind before going on remote walk - www.ok.co.uk - Greece - city Athens
ok.co.uk
06.06.2024 / 17:21

Dr Michael Mosley update as cops say This Morning star left his phone behind before going on remote walk

Dr Michael Mosley, who makes regular appearances on This Morning, has been reported missing and police have confirmed he left his phone behind before going on a remote walk.The diet guru, 67, failed to return from a walk on the Greek island of Symi after setting off at 1.30pm on Wednesday, 5 June. His wife, Dr Clare Bailey, sounded the alarm at 7.30pm on Wednesday, as police fear he might have fallen from a height while hiking along St Nicholas Beach on the island. Local authorities in Symi tried to trace the route that Dr Michael was likely to have taken overnight but couldn't find him.

Abramorama Acquires Documentary ‘Join Or Die’ For North American Theatrical Release - deadline.com - USA
deadline.com
04.06.2024 / 23:07

Abramorama Acquires Documentary ‘Join Or Die’ For North American Theatrical Release

EXCLUSIVE: Abramorama has acquired North American theatrical distribution rights to the award-winning documentary Join or Die, a film about community in America, the loneliness epidemic and Robert Putnam’s famed “Bowling Alone” research on civic decline and renewal. Directed by sister-brother team Rebecca Davis (Netflix’s Explained) and Pete Davis (author of Dedicated: The Case for Commitment in an Age of Infinite Browsing).

Gkids Acquires ‘Dan Da Dan’, Popular Shonen Jump Manga-Turned-Anime For North American Distribution - deadline.com - USA
deadline.com
04.06.2024 / 19:35

Gkids Acquires ‘Dan Da Dan’, Popular Shonen Jump Manga-Turned-Anime For North American Distribution

Gkids has acquired theatrical, videogram and digital transactional rights to the new anime series Dan Da Dan. The acquisition serves as Gkids’ first engagement with a first-run series, following North American distribution of various famed retrospective series work. No release date is set.

‘America’s Burning’: Abramorama Acquires David Smick Documentary For North American Theatrical Release - deadline.com - USA - county Arthur - county Brooks - county Barry - city Douglas
deadline.com
03.06.2024 / 20:25

‘America’s Burning’: Abramorama Acquires David Smick Documentary For North American Theatrical Release

EXCLUSIVE: Abramorama has acquired North American theatrical distribution rights to the Michael Douglas-narrated documentary America’s Burning, directed by bestselling writer David Smick and produced by Ian Michaels.

Could The Who ever do an avatar show? Roger Daltrey responds - www.nme.com - London - New York
nme.com
31.05.2024 / 16:55

Could The Who ever do an avatar show? Roger Daltrey responds

Roger Daltrey has spoken about the chances of an avatar tour or show from The Who in the future.Earlier this year, the frontman’s bandmate Pete Townshend briefly mentioned the idea during an interview with the New York Times. The guitarist told the outlet that he wanted the group to “play every territory in the world” before they “crawl off to die”.But Townshend later explained that “The Who isn’t Daltrey and Townshend onstage at 80, pretending to be young”.

Nicki Minaj adds new North American dates to ‘Pink Friday 2’ tour - www.nme.com - Britain - London - Los Angeles - USA - Manchester - Las Vegas - Canada - Netherlands - New York - county Queens - city Miami - county Dallas - city Philadelphia - county York - city Amsterdam - county Cleveland - city Pittsburgh
nme.com
30.05.2024 / 09:49

Nicki Minaj adds new North American dates to ‘Pink Friday 2’ tour

Nicki Minaj has added more North American dates to her ‘Pink Friday 2’ tour for later this year. Find all the details below.The rapper and singer recently wrapped up a run of shows across the US and Canada before embarking on the current UK and European leg.

Breaking Baz: ‘Sherwood’s’ James Graham Hits West End With Alan Bleasdale’s ‘Boys From The Blackstuff’, Talks Europe-Set TV Thriller & Updates On Soccer Drama ‘Dear England’ - deadline.com - Germany - county Prince Edward
deadline.com
29.05.2024 / 22:03

Breaking Baz: ‘Sherwood’s’ James Graham Hits West End With Alan Bleasdale’s ‘Boys From The Blackstuff’, Talks Europe-Set TV Thriller & Updates On Soccer Drama ‘Dear England’

EXCLUSIVE: James Graham sets a mental timer of strictly 45 minutes for a conversation that will encompass tonight’s gala opening at London’s National Theatre — en route to a run at the Garrick Theatre — of his sublime stage adaptation of Alan Bleasdale’s landmark 1982 television drama Boys from the Blackstuff; followed by updates about the BBC TV version of his Olivier Award-winning soccer play Dear England, which will see him doing on-the-ground research at next month’s Euros in Germany; plus revelations about an epic new show he’s developing with House Productions that will explore the “mood sweeping across Europe.”

Justice expand North American tour with new October dates - www.nme.com - France - USA - Hollywood - Miami - California - Florida - Canada - Pennsylvania - Illinois - state Massachusets - Washington - Colorado - state Oregon - state Washington - county Pacific - city Seattle, state Washington - Philadelphia, state Pennsylvania - San Francisco, state California - Denver, state Colorado
nme.com
29.05.2024 / 08:11

Justice expand North American tour with new October dates

Justice have announced new dates for their forthcoming North American tour – check out the full list of dates and ticket info below.The French electronic duo – who will hit the road in support of their fourth album ‘Hyperdrama’, released in April – have added new dates in October for their sojourn through the US and Canada.This follows initial dates previously announced for New York, Washington DC and Boston, all of which have since sold out. Their North American tour will now begin in New York City on July 25 and end in Chicago on October 23.

Liam Gallagher “blown away” by ‘Definitely Maybe’ live production: “It’s like they’ve taken a photo of what’s in my mind” - www.nme.com - Britain - London - Manchester - Ireland - Dublin - city Sheffield
nme.com
28.05.2024 / 11:11

Liam Gallagher “blown away” by ‘Definitely Maybe’ live production: “It’s like they’ve taken a photo of what’s in my mind”

Liam Gallagher has revealed that he is “blown away” by the live production of his upcoming ‘Definitely Maybe’ tour, and described the stage as being almost identical to the image he had envisioned.The former Oasis frontman is due to play the Britpop band’s 1994 debut album in full across the UK and Ireland next month to mark its 30th anniversary. The dates will include four gigs at The O2 in London and the new Co-Op Live arena in Manchester, as well as further stops in Sheffield, Cardiff, Glasgow and Dublin.Now, with just days to go before the opening night, the singer has shared insight on the live production for the tour, and described it as being like “a photo of what’s in my mind”.“Production rehearsals tday for DM shenanigans CMON,” Gallagher wrote on X/Twitter yesterday (May 27).

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