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Alicia Keys Elated to Raise $3 Million through Her Black Ball Charity Event

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Author: Chakma A


In line with major events, Alicia Keys self-hosted annual charity Black Ball which was scheduled for November 3 in New York was announced well in advance. Now that the event, having successfully concluded is reported to have raised a staggering $3 million; all the proceeds going to benefit the singer’s own non-profit Keep a Child Alive Foundation which is dedicated to helping HIV/AIDS victims in the African continent.

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Mary Magdalan: Full Frontal VIisual Assault

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Author: Zachary Anderson

Mary Magdalan is a true fighter.

In the past two years Magdalan has single-handedly sold over 30,000 records and has topped out over 1 million downloads all from the confines of her Hollywood apartment and without a single stitch of assistance from a record label or big time management firm.



Now Mary enters a new chapter of her career with her new album DIGI.N3RV. "This album saved my life", exclaims Magdalan of her new CD. "When I went into the recording process for this album I knew that if I was to re-create some of my older music that I might not make it through". The album shows yet another side of Mary Magdalan and is a head first dive into future sounds by combining dubstep, hip hop & electro with subtle layers of rock on this 14 song disc.

In order to keep up with major players in the industry Mary decided to do a full on visual assault for DIGI.N3RV and has filmed four music videos for songs off of the album which she will drop every two weeks for the next two months. "My goal was to do music videos for every song on the album, which I still may end up doing", says Mary of her upcoming video releases. The first music video to be released is "The Wicked Ones," a dubstep/hiphop body mover filmed on location during her most recent 35 city US Tour. Videos for other songs off of DIGI.N3RV including "Rudegirl", "Hollywood" and "Electro Fashion Punk" will be released throughout September and October.

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Dance Group Blue Stars

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History

Since I was a little girl, I danced everywhere I heard music. Dancing was and is still an important thing in my life! I had the chance to be part of some dancegroups where I made my experiences. I also had my first danceduo and some dance-courses at school where I invented some choreographies. It was a great feeling to see people dance my choreographies. But it was also a very exciting time when I was part of other dancegroups. I enjoyed it very much and I don’t regret any minute of it.

But now, I decided to create my own dancegroup.
And that was the beginning of "Dancegroup BLUE STARS"!

I hope you will enjoy our shows, because the greatest gift a dancer can have, is to see the crowd having fun during the show.

My dream became true!!!

P.S.: I want to thank my husband, my family and my friends who always stood behind me during the planing and founding of my own dancegroup!

Thank you all!

Vanessa



For reservations: (+352) 691 / 78 56 46

 
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Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival 2011 - Disturbed, Godsmack, Megadeth, Trivium

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On May 8th of this year I had the pleasure of seeing Godsmack headline the first ever Welcome to Rockville festival in Jacksonville Florida--It would turn out to be the most incredible concert I've ever seen and Godsmack, headlining a bill featuring 20 other rock and metal bands, would prove the strength of their first album in the new decade, The Oracle.

Our tendency to slough off music and artists at the beginning of each decade to make room for the next generation has actually proven beneficial for Godsmack. The Oracle shows that this band, who have survived changing musical trends in the past, have lost none of their ability to continue to grow musically while at the same time maintaining a sound that is unique in its power and aggression, a sound that is distinctly Godsmack

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Avant et après d'Amy Winehouse

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Author: Natalie Wood
Les Grecs disaient: «Ceux que les dieux aiment Die Young".

Quand London Jewish rock chanteuse Amy Whinehouse a rejoint le panthéon des «Forever 27 'Club'  les gars sur le mont Olympe l'ont accueilli à bras ouverts.

Quelques heures après sa mort soudaine à la maison, les médias ont été en proie à des hommages somptueux - et les spéculations de montage - la façon dont c'est arrivé.

La réponse facile est que sa structure légère ne pouvait plus tolérer le battement constant de la drogue, la boisson et les lignes avec ses amants et amis.

Les fans sur les sites de réseaux sociaux ont également fait valoir que sa peine a été due en partie au divorce de ses parents et à une vie splitée comme un enfant. Mais je n'ai pas vraiment croire que ce soit le cas. La vraie raison doit être plus complexe.

Je ne suis pas convaincu qu'elle a voulu être en bonne santé que sa maladie émotionnelle était ce qui a conduit à son art. Elle avait plusieurs chances de reprise, mais a refusé tout.

Durant l'été 2008, elle était censée aller au centre médiacal Barzilai , Ashkelon, en Israël sur un parcours de désintoxication. Mais elle a nié que c'était son intention et n'a jamais fait le voyage, bien que le Dr André Waismann, qui dirige la clinique, affirme que son patient doit récupérer dans son intégralité, que alors la dépendance est généralement considérée comme un problème social et psychologique, et estime qu'il est neurologique.

L'image split (ci-dessus) montre que Winehouse une personne saine et un squelette fragile après des années de sévices auto-infligés avaient pris leur péage. Je crois qu'elle a préféré se voir comme ça parce que c'était l'auto-preuve de son succès artistique comme une anorexique choisit de rester malsaine mince en raison de la «grosse» image projetée dans n'importe quel miroir au cours de laquelle il ou elle peut regarder.





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