Archive for December, 2010
Music Hall and restaurant closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at Spirit of the Suwannee Music ParkAuthor: Curator Rosalita Moog
Article by Suzanne Philips
Photos copyright Larry Cunningham/CFM
The unique Liberty Silver was the first Black woman in Canada to receive a Juno Award and in fact won 2 Juno awards on the same night and has since made history as the only multiple Juno Award Winner and Nominee besides Bryan Adams. Having spent her entire life to date moulding her voice around Jazz, R&B, Soul & Gospel… that can expand 6-1/2 octaves. Famous Records is now proud to present this wonderful lady to the world with a NEW series of albums. From the basement mini-concerts as a young girl to opening up for Bob Marley at the Madison Square Garden, Liberty Silver has been singing around the world and touching lives by her musical stanza… She has sang for President Barack Obama and opened shows, among many others, for the likes of:- B.B. King, Celine Dion, The Temptations, Harry Belafonte, Natalie Cole, Jeffery Osborne, Gladys Knight & Oscar Peterson. Liberty Silver was also recently nominated for the Best Female Vocal and Original Composition Award at the Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards, honoring George Benson. Through her collaboration with Northern Lights on the “Tears are not Enough”, she received a Grammy! Read the rest of this entry
Lord of the Rings actor, Billy Boyd said:
“Gamu’s single with the Aberlour choir is a really strong contender for the number 1 spot this Christmas. Knowing that all the money made from the single will help vulnerable and disadvantaged kids is reason enough to buy it. I’d love to see the public get behind Gamu to make her fantastic single a hit this Christmas.” Source Gamu For Christmas
photos copyright Suzanne Philips
The Paley Center for MEDIA Announces PaleyFest2011 The Twenty-Eighth Annual William S. Paley Television Festival March 4–18, 2011, at Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, CA
The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is ready for the Christmas season with music and Suwannee Lights tour!Author: Curator Rosalita Moog
Science… or the way things worked before we invented God. The hilarious fourth live smash hit stand up show from Ricky Gervais, following his complete sell out-tour – filmed live at Hammersmith’s HMV Apollo.
It’s all about attracting new players — and convincing retired WoW warriors to come back for another hit. Although the game’s older lands hold plenty of nostalgia value, they were starting to show their age next to newer content. Overhauling them gives Blizzard’s designers the chance to hone the game’s experience for new players, introducing extra cinematics, tighter, more directed gameplay, and better visuals. And for the old hands, there’s nothing like a makeover — supplied courtesy of Deathwing, a vast, flaming dragon from Warcraft’s ancient lore — to put a new face on old regions. Read this article here.