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Tin Tin video game trailer.

The Adventures of Tintin: The Video Game trailer – Video

In The Adventures of Tintin: The Game, players take on the role of Tintin, the intrepid reporter and hero of the action-packed movie directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by Sir Peter Jackson.
Developed in close collaboration with the filmmaking team, the videogame promises an authentic immersion into the movie’s enchanting environments and characters.

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Finally! A descent kiss between the Doctor and River. The death kiss. River Song (Alex Kingston) and the Doctor (Matt Smith) kiss during the Doctor Who episode “Let’s Kill Hitler”.

The Doctor Who reviews were up immediately after the show aired in the UK.  I had decided to avoid all spoilers and came to the show with an open heart and mind, ready to love/hate Steven Moffat. As the time ticked by, my will power started to erode and I decided to read a review.

It occurred to me that the reviewer and I had different goals. He was watching to write his review and get it up and into Google first. Mine was to hang on and run with the Doctor. How sad for him.
There IT was on my screen in black and off white!

Doctor Who “Let’s Kill Hitler” He Thought It Sucked!

It was hard to resist the urge to throw the laptop on the floor. I stopped reading and decided to  just wait.

Rule #1 Doctor Who Reviewers Lie!

He carefully pointed out and complained that Mels suddenly appeared in Amy and Rory’s life.  Well duh! Time can be rewritten. Then he dissected and ridiculed everything that didn’t seem to have a plausible explanation.

My advice to the reviewer?
If you’re wondering how he eats and breathes
and other science facts (la la la),
Then repeat to yourself, “It’s just a show,
I should really just relax.” (la la la)

Losillë Doesn’t Lie! Doctor Who Series 6 Pt 2 “Let’s Kill Hitler” Was Exhilarating Fun!

The episode was Steven Moffat at his convoluted, “I have to watch it 6 times to get all the subtle references.” best.

The synopsis is below. I am going straight to the good stuff.

Moffat included Alex Kingston‘s famous breast to the script! I love it. Alex Kingston’s breast have a career of their own.  She has perfect, non surgically enhanced breast and they have volumes written about them.  When River saw her new breasts she remarked she would be wearing sweaters. Moffat working her breasts in to the story was hilarious. If you would like to see her bare breasts, nipples and all click here.  Don’t click if you don’t want to see boobies.

Doctor Who Love/Life Timeline Chart River Song And The Doctor

When Alex Kingston comes on to a set everyone is in danger of being completely mowed down.  She exudes sexuality. In the past I was worried that Matt Smith might not have the acting chops to keep her from chewing up the scenery. Each time he meets her head on and raises the bar! Those two are absolute magic together.

Favorite part: When River was crawling on the Doctor stopping just short of a lap dance. Matt Smith was wonderful. He looks  turned on, terrified and completely befuddled. Intellect and reasoning can’t help him with an irresistible attraction and his brain seems to check out. The Doctor has no idea what to do with or about River Song.

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During the episode he called River Song is his bespoken. Yeah, I looked it up. Bespoken – an item custom-made to the buyer’s specification. The term historically was applied only to tailored clothing, shirts, and other parts of men’s apparel involving measurement and fitting.

How could he resist her?

Thanks to Monty Python the Doctor is able to ward off  River Song attack when sleight of hand switches her gun for a banana.

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Bonus: Caitlin Blackwood the little Amelia Pond.  Karen Gillan, who plays the grown-up Amy Pond, is her cousin in real life. That little girl is very talented.

Best quote: River Song: “I’m a psychopath. I’m not rude! ”

Juiciest Tidbit: The Doctor whispers in River Song’s ear as he is dieing and she says she thinks River already knows.

Worst part: When the Doctor is dieing,  River gives him the balance of her generation powers to save him.  The Doctor, Amy and Rory dump her! They take her to the hospital run by the Order of The Crazy Cat Lady and leave her!  Remember those Cats on New(15) New York? They used The Flesh to grow people for medical experimentation.

Plot 1:  We meet Amy and Cory’s free wheeling friend that blamed all historical calamities on the lack of intervention by the Doctor. When she finally meets the Doctor she kidnaps him at gun point to go back in time and kill Hitler.

Chaos, cops, kidnapped at gunpoint and all the Doctor got out of it was, “You never said I was hot?”

Plot 2: A shape shifting robot replaces a member of Hitler’s inner circle to get close enough to kill him. The TARDIS flies into the room and knocks over the robot and saves Hitler. Except the robot is really the spaceship,  Teselecta (anagram?) that punishes people for war crimes right before they die.  The spaceship shrinks people and beamed them into the spaceship/robot where they were terminated by very polite robots referred to as anti-bodies.

Plot 3: Amy and Cory’s life long friend is shot by Hitler regenerates and we find out Mels is Melody Pond who then becomes River Song. Alex Kingston is incredibly hot as she explores “River’s” new body.  Mels does not know she is River Song. It is wild and confusing. The Doctor and River face off in an amazing scene! How how I love those two.

There was chaos, confusion and Hitler locked in a closet and all the Doctor got out of it was, “You named your daughter after your daughter?”


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Sean Astin at his adorable best!

Sean Astin and Cheri Oteri in “And They’re Off ” trailer. The are the stars of a mockumentary about a horse trainer that is down on his luck. The trailer is worth watching to hear Astin’s character try to get his sayings straight.  Cast includes Martin Mull.

Red Carpet Premiere “Deep Blue Breath” Starring Sean Astin And Mentored By Elijah Wood At Make A Film Foundation Benefit

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The incredibly beautiful Alex Kingston talks about her role as River Song on Doctor Who and that wonderful, wonderful hair.

“Interviews usually upset me in one way or another.

I lead a very quiet life and never court publicity. I don’t go to a restaurant and let slip I’m leaving by the back door, like some celebrities.
My life isn’t interesting enough for anyone to hack my phone. I don’t agree with people opening up their lives to the public, but we’ve been brainwashed into thinking this is how it must be. I’m just not interested.
I wasn’t quite sure about accepting when I was asked to do two episodes. Living in America I hadn’t followed the resurgence of Doctor Who, but I cried when I read the script to Silence in the Library because it was such a sad story – River Song encounters the Doctor in the 51st century.
It’s similar to Audrey Niffenegger’s novel The Time Traveler’s Wife – two people who have great love for each other, but are never able to meet in the right space or time. The sadness was of a woman with a close connection to the Doctor who sacrifices herself to save his life. I didn’t expect to be asked back.”
Steven Moffat engineers it so we can’t understand. There are so many threads that tie up later and it’s only then you understand why you did or said a certain thing.

You have to trust implicitly he knows where he’s going. It’s clever. He knew River was Amy’s daughter but didn’t tell me because he felt I might empathise with her too much and be tempted to be more close, rather than maternal.”

The stories allow for a heightened form of acting. It’s not kitchen-sink drama and the dialogue can be quite challenging. The humour is very welcome and I love the fact that apart from the basic storylines there are all sorts of things people from different generations can pick up on.

They throw in sneaky references that go over the heads of children but parents and grandparents will understand. In the new episode, Let’s Kill Hitler, there’s a camera angle that directly references The Graduate, which film buffs will get immediately.

Doctor Who Ep 8 PREQUEL to Let’s Kill Hitler

Doctor Who and children that are fans.

“That’s its power. It’s part of their development, learning to conquer fear, which the programme does in an incredibly safe way. I remember at seven desperately wanting to see it but knowing I’d be terrified, so I’d either have a cushion in front of my face, or watch through a crack in the door.

Although I squirm when I see myself – I’m super critical – I watch now with my daughter [ten-year-old Salome]. She’s been on the set so tends to deconstruct it. That’s her safety net.


To be honest, Doctor Who fans are a mixture of crazies plus solid citizens, but they’re relentless. On ER I’d be asked just once for an autograph. For these fans once is never enough and I find that a little hard to handle.” She’s had a respite recently as the insecure middle-aged mistress of a prince in a brilliant production of Friedrich Schiller’s 18th-century play Luise Miller, at the Donmar Warehouse in London.

It was exhausting but also thrilling. I enjoyed every minute of it, although each time I came off stage I’d slump in the dressing room and have to gear myself up for the next powerful scene.

Her great hair that she hated as a child.

It’s served me pretty well, so I can’t be mean about it any more.

Kick Ass Doctor Who Trailer For Fall 2011 Series! More River and The Doctor Woo Hoo!
Her life.

I’m not sure where my home really is at the moment. I’m due to go back to the States, but I return here more frequently because I’m offered work. In America it’s thin on the ground, although I’ve made a film, Like Crazy, which won the grand jury prize at Sundance Film Festival, so there might be a bit more buzz.

I still consider myself English, and no matter how long – it’s 14 years – I’ve lived in America, enjoy it and have made lovely friends, I still feel an outsider. I understand how this country functions. There’s something in my body and my bones that makes me so comfortable. Just wandering through London I feel incredibly happy and at ease. I let the day take me wherever it leads.

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Read more about Alex Kingston and the interview on Radio Times.


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This video is a heart breaking look into what Amy is feeling.

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Vegas Rocks! Magazine Awards brings heavy hitters to Las Vegas for it’s second annual awards show.

Article by Suzanne Philips.  Photos by Larry Cunningham/CFM.

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Some of Rock Music’s heaviest hitters were in Las Vegas this weekend for the second annual Vegas Rocks! Magazine Awards ceremony.  Publisher Sally Steele brought together a diverse list of Rock legends and up and coming local bands to celebrate everything Rock.

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Billy Idol’s legendary guitarist Steve Stevens was on hand to accept the Legendary Guitarist award and Motley Crue’s Vince Neil accepted the Rock N Roll Lifetime Achievement Award.  Other celebs on hand included Guns and Roses’ Steven Adler, Skid Row’s Sebastian Bach and Motorhead’s Lenny Kilmister.

Sebastian Bach

The theme of this year’s ceremony was “Rock N Roll Guitar Heroes Unite!” and was held in the Elvis Showroom at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel and Casino.   The event was filmed for and was truly a night to remember.

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Hard-Fi – Killer Sounds – CD Album Review sampler video.

Hard-Fi – Killer Sounds – CD Album Review sampler video.

I have burned out on doing music reviews for the time being. While you are waiting for me to get back into the groove here are some of my favorites from around the web.

Hard-Fi – Killer Sounds – CD Album Review

This is an album that shows Hard-Fi slowly getting back to where they were in 2005. It may not please the most dogged of fans who think the band will never return to their glory days, but at least Hard-Fi are trying to show they’re still making an effort.

Killer Sounds is released in the U.K. tomorrow.

Read the complete review by   on WhatCulture.

The Hobbit’s Jackson and Walsh Help Free The West Memphis 3

Review: Rock the Bells gazes back while looking ahead

The sometime rapper/full-time fan represents the demographic sweet spot for the traveling hip-hop festival: 31 years old, weaned on rugged ’90s boom-bap rap and unabashedly nostalgic for the era when its raw and uncompromised iteration received a spot on the throne. The aesthetic defined by Q-Tip’s declaration, “Rap is not pop. If you call it that then stop.” Read the complete review by Jeff Weiss on Pop & Hiss.

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CD review  Grady Champion-Dreamin’

2010 international Blues Challenge winner Grady Champion proves the blues has a future with the release of fifth album Dreamin.’  Read the review by Rick J Bowen  on No Depression.

17-Year-Old Madison Rose Prepares For Her Explosive Debut LP ‘Aftershock’


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Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh step in to help fund the move to successfully release the West Memphis 3.

Sir Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh has used their money and influence and has helped end a successful seven-year legal fight to free three American men found guilty of murdering young boys.

The Hobbit director says he has no plans to use their story to make a movie.

Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jessie Misskelley were released from an Arkansas prison on Saturday after serving 18 years for the 1993 triple murder of  eight year old Scouts Steven Branch, Christopher Byers and James Moore.

The boys’ bodies were found naked and hogtied with shoelaces and tossed into a drainage ditch.

Misskelley and Baldwin were sentenced to live in prison. Echols was sentenced to death and sent to death row.

DNA tests in 2007, which failed to link the West Memphis Three to the gruesome crime scene, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled  there was clearly grounds to get a hearing into whether a retrial should go ahead.

Instead, the men walked free after after accepting an “Alford plea” to get Echols out of solitary confinement and off of death row.  The rarely used plea  allowed them to publicly proclaim their innocence in exchange for pleading guilty in court and most importantly giving up their right to seek compensation for a miscarriage of justice.

According to spokesperson for the couple Matt Dravitzki, to The Dominion Post  the director and his partner, producer Fran Walsh,   funded the extensive private investigation that led to the Arkansas Supreme Court ruling.

“Peter and Fran have funded seven years of investigation into trying to get these guys freed,” he said.  They saw [documentary] Paradise Lost eight years ago and that put them into action. It simply comes from them being in a position that they’re able to [fund] that. It’s humanitarian entirely – it’s philanthropic.”


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Freema Agyeman gets to play with 5 and 10.

Freema Agyeman the tenth doctor’s companion Martha Jones (Doctor Who Season 3) stars alongside Peter Davison, the Fifth Doctor  in Wed night’s (Aug 17) episode of Law and Order UK.

Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Wears A Sailor Hat Now. Sailor Hats Are Cool!

The remakes of Law and Order are fantastic. They use the same storyline but not the same dialogue and the changes are fascinating. You see how truly different our cultures are. Everyone is very so polite and good cop/bad cop is always hilarious. It is best to watch with close caption, sometimes it is hard to understand what they are saying.

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Martha Jones is a fictional character played by Freema Agyeman on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who as well as its spin-off series, Torchwood.  She is a companion to theTenth Doctor in Doctor Who, replacing Rose Tyler (Billie Piper). According to the character’s creator and executive producer Russell T Davies in his non-fiction book Doctor Who: The Writer’s Tale, the character of Martha Jones was created with the intention of appearing during the whole of the 2007 series, as well as make guest appearances in subsequent series and crossover appearances in Doctor Who’s two spin-offs; Martha subsequently made guest appearances on Torchwood series two and Doctor Who series four in 2008, and later made a cameo  during the Tenth Doctor’s two-part send-off “The End of Time” last year. Wikipedia

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Peter Davison (born Peter M. G. Moffett; on 13 April 1951)is a British actor, best known for his roles as Tristan Farnon in the television version of James Herriot’s All Creatures Great and Small and the fifth incarnation of the Doctor in Doctor Who, which he played from 1982 to 1984.

Davison was born Peter Moffett in Streatham, London, son of an electrical engineer who was originally from Guyana. The family then moved to Knaphill in Surrey.Before becoming an actor, he gained three O-levels at Winston Churchill School, St John’s, Woking, Surrey, and then had several odd jobs, including a stint as a mortuary attendant.

Davison studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama. His first job was as an actor and assistant stage manager at the Nottingham Playhouse.He chose the stage name Peter Davison to avoid confusion with the actor and director Peter Moffatt, with whom Davison later worked. Wikipedia





The Series Will Feature Series Alums John Barrowman, Eve Myles and Kai Owen; New Cast Members Mekhi Phifer, Bill Pullman, Alexa Havins, Arlene Tur; and Recurring Guest Star Lauren Ambrose

The Series Features Series Alums John Barrowman, Eve Myles and Kai Owen; New Cast Members Mekhi Phifer, Bill Pullman, Alexa Havins, Arlene Tur; and Recurring Guest Star Lauren Ambrose

John Barrowman Talks Torchwood



Torchwood’s John Barrowman Expresses Concern About Possible TV Band On Same Sex Kissing

At the end of last week’s “Torchwood: Miracle Day,” we learned that the forces behind The Miracle are blackmailing Gwen. They  want Capt. Jack, and they are threatening to kill her family if she doesn’t deliver him.
That cliffhanger leads into “Immortal Sins,” in which Gwen (Eve Myles) must decide whether or not to somehow exchange Jack (John Barrowman) for her father, husband and child.

Torchwood Miracle Day Announces Guest Star Line Up

The episode also reveals “a beautiful relationship between two men,” John Barrowman said at San Diego Comic Con, answering a question about whether or not the show being on the Starz network will sanitize Jack’s gay leanings. Obviously, the answer is quite simply no, which we learned as soon as Jack picked up that bartender in Episode 3.

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Doctor Who Series 6 Part 2 Trailer

CBBC is showing a slightly different version of the Doctor Who trailer for Series 6 Part 2, and it contains two new clips. One has the Doctor in glasses, whilst the other features the TARDIS trio looking over a balcony whilst the Doctor says, “This could be the most exciting thing I have ever seen!”

Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Wears A Sailor Hat Now. Sailor Hats Are Cool!

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Doctor Who star Karen Gillan Coming Back For Season 7

Is Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Gay? Daisy Lowe’s Playboy Photos Answer That Question!

The sixth series of British science fiction television series Doctor Who will be being shown parts. The first seven episodes were broadcast from April to June 2011 and the final six episodes are scheduled to start on August 27 of this year. Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill are continuing their roles as The Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams. The series continues story threads from Series 5, investigating the mysterious Silence that caused the TARDIS to blow upin “The Pandorica Opens” / “The Big Bang” plus the identity of River Song. Source Wikipedia

Doctor Who Love/Life Timeline Chart River Song And The Doctor

Photo of Karen Gillan as Amy Pond

Karen Gillan as Amy Pond

Karen Gillan – Doctor Who’s Amy Pond

Karen Sheila Gillan (Doctor Who’s Amy Pond) is a Scottish actress and former model that is best known for her current portrayal of Amy Pond in the British science fiction series Doctor Who.

Karen Gillan interview: Amy Pond Has A Secret

Karen Gillan was born and raised in Inverness, Scotland. Her father, Raymond John, a Day Centre Manager, and mother, Marie, still have a home in Kinmylies. She learned to play the piano when she was seven. She has no brothers or sisters and grew up as an only child. At a early age, she developed a passion for acting, joining several local youth theatre groups and taking part in a wide array of productions at her school, Charleston Academy.

When she was sixteen, Gillan chose to pursue her interest in acting, studying at Edinburgh’s Telford College. Later, she secured a spot at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts drama school in London on the BA (Hons) Acting degree course. Her cousin Caitlin Blackwood has portrayed the young Amy Pond in three episodes of Doctor WhoGillan moved to London when she was 18 years old to study at drama school.

Photo of Karen Gillan in her first appearance on Doctor Who. She players a soothsayer in "The Fires of Pompeii".

Karen Gillan was cast for the role of the Eleventh Doctor’s first companion, Amy Pond, on the British sci-fi series Doctor Who in May 2009. She made her first on-screen appearance as Amy Pond in “The Eleventh Hour”, which first aired on 3 April 2010. Karen Gillan had appeared in Doctor Who once before in the episode “The Fires of Pompeii”  in the role of a Soothsayer.  Source Wikipedia

Karen Gillan Coming Back For Season 7

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photographer: Jamie Kelly

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Exclusive Interview With Aaron Goodwin

“Affairs Magazine caught up with America’s favorite ghost hunter, Aaron Goodwin at Chicago’s Comic Con 2011. Aaron is part of the ghost hunting team on The Travel Channels hit show Ghost Adventures. We hung out over at Adams Artbox with Adam W. Michaels, the creator of Aaron’s ‘nightmare’ paintings. Meeting some ghost adventures fans and witnessing Aaron interact with them was definitely one of my weekend highlights.”

Aaron Goodwin Finds Fans New and Old at 2011 San Diego Comic Con

Thus begins Michelle’s great interview with “Ghost Adventures” Star Aaron Goodwin from the 2011 Chicago Comic Con.  The article has a ton of great information and photos.  Read the full article on Aaron Goodwin.

 “Ghost Adventures” Stars Take Over Comic Con – Part Deux

Thanks to Affairs Magazine for sharing with CFM!


Alana Lee


Even as Alana Lee’s debut video Butterflies keeps flitting around—with an incredible nearly 11 million YouTube views and counting—the multi-talented 14-year-old singer is getting ready to “Synchronize” with an equally infectious new single, dropping August 18, and a video to follow.

Signed to the innovative Long Beach, California label 37 Records, Lee ( has received a flurry of media and online attention recently, with notable coverage and/or interviews in OC Weekly, PopStar Magazine and, in addition to an American Perspective radio interview and a Young Icons TV segment, scheduled to air this September.

The singer also participated in an exclusive Ice Cream For Breakfast social and concert event to raise awareness for Give Kids The World Village, a magical resort for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. The event was hosted by Austin Anderson (Nickelodeon) and Savvy & Mandy (Radio Disney).

While the media was focused earlier this year on Rebecca Black’s now infamous song and YouTube video “Friday”—also written and produced by ARK Music Factory— Alana was building an enthusiastic fan base of her own with “Butterflies,” with a much stronger “like” ratio.

One of Alana’s more prominent fans showing love is celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, who featured the video for “Butterflies” on his website Perez TV. The track also broke through into the Top 100 Download charts on iTunes in seven countries.

37 Records’ roster currently includes one of San Diego‘s top electronic-pop bands White Apple Tree, Orange County, Calif.-based underground pop band The Gromble, Russian Songstress Nikki Forova, pop artist Kristen Trayer and Melody Zephyr and folk-pop singer Cathy-Anne McClintock.

The label is owned by Steven McClintock, a veteran singer, songwriter and music producer who won a BMI Award for a track in which he produced vocals for ‘80s teen pop singer Tiffany during her time of superstardom. McClintock also co-wrote “Synchronize” with Grammy-nominated lyricist Pamela Oland.

Alana played a big part in choosing the songs she would record for her EP out of over 100 suggested to her by McClintock. The collection will include “Synchronize,” “It’s Nothing Personal,” “This Is Me,” “Drive Me” and “Turn It Up.” There will also be a remix of “Butterflies.”

Guy Sebastian debute “Who’s That Girl”

Australian Pop icon Guy Sebastian, who recently debuted his infectious single “Who’s That Girl” featuring Eve in the U.S., reunited with his fellow Aussie friend and Extra TV co-host Renee Bargh on August 15 at The Grove in Los Angeles.

Also serving as a judge on X Factor Australia, Sebastian swooned new and long-time fans with a live acoustic performance of “Who’s That Girl” (including Eve’s rap!), then caught up with Bargh for an exclusive interview for Extra TV (check local listings). As he made his debut stateside this summer, Sebastian’s single went 4x platinum in Australia, making it the third highest selling single in the country’s history.

Guy Sebastian Charted #1 In New Zealand

It was also top selling song in 2010, and reached #1 on the New Zealand singles chart. Sebastian stopped by celebrity blogger Perez Hilton’s studio recently for a performance of the hit song, and is set to film later this month with Beta Records TV. Earlier this summer, Sebastian began his U.S. promotion in NYC with visits to the “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show” on Z100, Sirius XM Radio, Billboard Magazine, and the offices of GOOM Live.

Known for his dedication to numerous causes and charities, the multi-talented artist recently showed his support for the Somaly Mam Foundation at the L.A. launch party at SLS Hotel hosted by actress AnnaLynne McCord. The organization aims to raise awareness and money for victims of sex trafficking. For the latest music and news on Guy Sebastian, visit

Vegas Rocks Magazine is proud to announce the second annual Vegas Rocks Magazine Awards 2011! This event will be celebrating Vegas Rocks! Magazine’s 7th Anniversary of being in production. To mark this amazing event, they are holding the Vegas Rocks! Magazine Awards Sunday, August 21st, 2011.

This historic awards event theme this year is “Rock n’ Roll Guitar Heroes United” and will take place again this year inside the original home of rock, The Elvis Showroom at the Las Vegas Hilton. The event will be hosted by the Publishing Queen of Rock n Roll, Sally Steele, Vegas Rocks! Magazine founder/ CEO, and will truly be a night to remember for rock n’ roll! The event will be filmed live for for a worldwide broadcast!

The event will be preceded by a Grand Rock n’ Roll Royal Red Carpet media event with appearances featuring An All-Star Line Up Of Guests being honored and participating including: Vince Neil (Motley Crue), John5 (Rob Zombie), Marilyn Manson) Wayne Static (Static X), Steve Stevens (Billy Idol), Carmine Appice, Sebastian Bach (Skid Row), Lemmy Kilmister Motorhead, Headcat) Slim Jim Phantom (The Stray Cats, Headcat), Josie Stevens, Steven Adler (Guns N’ Roses), Chip Z’ Nuff, (Enuff Z’ Nuff) Franky Perez (Velvet Revolver), Gilby Clarke (Guns N’ Roses), Sean McNabb (Dokken) Athena Lee Kottak, Chas West (Bonham, Lynchmob), The Sin City Sinners , Ron Keel (Keel), Desmond Meeks(“America’s Got Talent”), Frankie Moreno, Otis Day (“Animal House”), Zowie Bowie, Nik Kai, The Atomic Souls and many more TBA! More than 50 local bands are also nominated for various categories.

See additional coverage on this event at and click on the VRMA link/page. View last year’s highlights at

The first Annual Vegas Rocks Magazine Awards 2010 greatly exceeded everyone’s expectations with some of the biggest names in the music industry participating and receiving awards including Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), Lita Ford, Lemmy Kilmister ( Motorhead), James Kottak (The Scorpions), Flavor Flav, Vinny Appice, Glenn Hughes and many many more. The Elvis Showroom last year at the Las Vegas Hilton was sold out (1200+) and filled to capacity for the event with some of the biggest names in the music industry in attendance. The Rock n’ Roll Royal Red Carpet also saw over 200 artists, celebrities and entertainers that night. Many national media outlets will be at the event’s Rock n’ Roll Royal Red Carpet this year and will be broadcast LIVE on!

DETAILS: Tickets are on sale now at the Las Vegas Hilton Box Office for $25 and available online at or by calling the hotel (800) 222-5361. For more information, visit

Event sponsors include Dollar Loan Center, Lucy Vegas, Nothing But Skulls, The Gun Store, Bust Out Bail Bonds, Chrome Gypsy Tattoos and Vegas Rocks! Magazine.

See it live at WWW.VEGASROCKSTV.COM at 6 P.M.! (PST)

CFM will be bringing you coverage of the event so check back next week for all the details!


Edward Russel (Doctor Who, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures) with Elisabeth Sladen (Doctor Who's Sarah Jane Parker).

Edward Russel (Doctor Who, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures) with the late Elisabeth Sladen (Doctor Who's Sarah Jane Parker).

Doctor Who‘s Edward Russel, Senior Brand Executive for BBC Wales productions Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sarah Jane Adventures, is walking from Cardiff to London.

Doctor Who Fans. Give Back! $1, $5 or $10

Donate Here: Walk  For Lis (Doctor Who‘s Sarah Jane Smith)

You don’t have to donate a lot!  They take PayPal and  $3 British donation is $5 US, a $6 British donation is the equivalent of $10 US and you can enter any amount into the donation page.

If each Doctor Who fan gave $l, think of how many people they could help!

$10 US enter 6 British. 10 British is $16.3880 US, 20 = $32.7760 US

His  is walking in honor of Elisabeth Sladen (Doctor Who‘s Sarah Jane Parker) for Meadow House Hospice. The NHS-funded facility cared for Elisabeth Sladen before she passed away earlier this year.

Elisabeth Claira Heath Sladen (1 February 1946 – 19 April 2011) was an English actress best known for her role as Sarah Jane Smith in the British television series Doctor Who. She was a regular cast member from 1973 to 1976, alongside both Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker, and reprised the role many times in subsequent decades, both on Doctor Who and its spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures.

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From running to rowing Matt Smith never stops. Here is looking oarfully cute playing 1948 Olympic gold medalist Bert Bushnell, one half of the rowing team that won the gold medal in the 1948 Olympics in London for the double scull.

Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Leaves The TARDIS

Idris is not upset she know  the Doctor will be back in the TARDIS soon.  Matt Smith has signed up for another seven episodes of Doctor Who.

Short Video Clip of Matt Smith Rowing Instead of Running here.

Seemingly unable to escape time travel, Smith will be starring in a BBC film about the 1948 Olympic rowing team Bert Bushnell and Dickie Burnell.

The drama tells the story of their relationship and how the two men from different backgrounds overcame their class differences to claim victory on the water.

Is Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Gay? Daisy Lowe’s Playboy Photos Answer That Question!

Bushnell’s daughter Sue said she was looking forward to watching the drama when it comes on the BBC to coincide with next year’s Olympics in London.  She said: ‘It will be very strange to see my father being portrayed by an actor, especially one who plays Doctor Who!’

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The incredibility beautiful super model Daisy Lowe. Princess Daisy is breaking the hearts of Doctor Who fans everywhere by capturing Eleven’s heart.

It was quite frankly humorous  when   the   inevitable, “Is he gay?”  question for Doctor Who‘s Matt  Smith turned up in Doctor Who discussions.   If  you are a  male  actor, you know  your career is going  well when ” gay”  speculation starts.

Judging by these photos, gay or straight Matt Smith is hitting way out of our league! Mere mortals can only sigh and love him from afar.

Daisy Lowe – Girlfriend of Doctor Who’s Matt Smith – Replaces Christina Aguilera

Daisy Lowe Playboy Photo Shoot

The   Mirror   UK   reports   that   “Lowe   and   behold,”   Daisy Lowe is  posing  for some sultry lingerie and nude photos for  an  up coming  Playboy spread.

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Daisy Lowe looking amazing  in  the  photos, describes her work  at  Playboy  as  “freeing”  –  and  loved  doing  the  shoot.

I’m   really   proud   of   being   the   poster   girl   for   curves,   I’m   proud   of   my   shape.   We   need   to   have   real   characters   that   women   can   relate   to   and   look   up   to.

If being a super model and Matt Smith girlfriend isn’t enough to make you hate her read on:
Lowe is a rock ‘n’ roll royalty.  Princess Daisy  insists her  life  is  “pretty   boring”  despite her  heritage.
Her mother is rock  chick  Pearl  Lowe (Powder).
Her  father is  Bush front man Gavin Rossdale.
Her step mother is Gwen  Stefani.
Her step father is  Supergrass‘ s  Danny Goffey.

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Moving  in  with  the  current Doctor,  Matt  Smith from the  Doctor Who series 6, has not changed her lifestyle. Princess Daisy says she  is  usually  in bed by midnight. (Well, she is getting in bed with Matt Smith.)

“I  guess  you  can’t  deny  my rock ‘n’ roll heritage, both my parents or all  four of  them have done well  in the   music   scene.”

Referring to her mother’s former heroin addiction she both kind and philosophical,

“But   when   it   comes   to   drugs   I   just   think,   Cool, thanks for learning  that lesson for me, Mum,  because  I  don t  want to learn that  stuff  myself.  People  think   “rock chick”  is code for parties hard  but  I don t.”

Sexy Adorable Matt Smith Playing ‘Doctor Who’ Video Game

More  Photos Here

More about Princess Daisy (Daisy Lowe):

Daisy   Rebecca   Lowe (born   27   January   1989)   is   an   English   fashion   model   who   has   modeled   for   editorial   photo   shoots   and   commercial   advertising   campaigns   and   has   worked   as   a   runway   model.
Lowe  began modelling  at the age  of  two,  and did  some   photo shoots   when   she   was   12   and   14   years   old.   At   15   she   was   approached   by   a   talent   scout   in   Camden  Town. Daisy Lowe is  signed  with  Select,  a   London  modelling  agency.   Source for Daisy Lowe‘s biography.

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Azita Ghanizada Alphas’ Rachel Pirzad “synesthete”, which allows her to enhance one sense while rendering her remaining senses temporarily useless.


The easiest way to describe “Alphas” is “XMen Light”.  Don’t misinterpret my X-Men reference as saying it is even close to being as good as X-Men. The word “mutant” is conspicuously absent and when I wandered into “Rosetta Stone” I found the story confusing.

The only reason I watch “Alphas” was because it was on after “Warehouse 13” and Ryan Cartwright (Vincent Nigel-Murray, Bones) pulled me into the episode. He plays Gary Bell  an “autistic,very socially awkward alpha who is able to read any and all waves in the electromagnetic field. This includes television broadcasts, radio signals, and phone texts.” It took reading the info on the website and watching  the episode a second time to understand it.

When I say I didn’t understand and had to watch it again I don’t mean in that wonderful  “that was soo complex I have to watch it again” kinda way. “Alphas” is sci-fi fluff. It’s interesting but isn’t going to tax your brain. You can watch “Alphas” while you play on FB without losing track of the storyline.

The last episode “Never Let Me Go” was an OK episode, fairly good story line and kept my attention up to a point. Azita Ghanizada, alpha Rachel Pirzad, did an excellent job falling into the clutches of an alpha mom with a broken heart.

Spoilers….I am channeling River Song.

In “Never Let Me Go” the alphas go to a town to find out why people are dying from an mysterious illness. It is an good plot not taxing on the brain but entertaining, right up to the point where Gary Bell shows up. I appreciate that they want to realistically portray autism but his role was distracting. It is like when there is a sex scene for no apparent reason. Gary’s over the top actions just made you wonder, “Why?”. Gary in the high school was when FB came into the picture. The character was obviously autistic in “Rosetta Stone” but not as distracting/annoying like he was in this episode.

Watch it.  It is pleasant. It has potential.

This is the explanation of the show from the SyFy “Alphaswebsite.

Alphas is an action-packed thriller from writers Zak Penn (The Avengers, X-Men: The Last Stand) and Michael Karnow. In the series, five ordinary people are brought together to form one extraordinary team of Alphas — people with the unique power to stretch the capabilities of the human mind giving them superhuman physical and mental abilities.

Operating within the Defense Criminal Investigation Service of the U.S. Department of Defense and led by preeminent neurologist and psychiatrist Dr. Lee Rosen (Emmy Award-winner and Academy Award-nominee David Strathairn), an expert in Alpha phenomena, the team investigates cases that point to others with Alpha abilities. As they work against the clock to solve this new brand of crime, they must prevent their own personality differences and disparate backgrounds from interfering with their ultimate mission to catch the enemy.

In addition to Academy Award nominee David Strathairn (Temple Grandin, Good Night, and Good Luck), the ensemble cast stars Malik Yoba (New York Undercover, Why Did I Get Married?), Warren Christie (October Road), Laura Mennell (Watchmen), Ryan Cartwright (Mad Men, Bones) and Azita Ghanizada (Castle).

Watch full/free episodes of “Alphas” here.

Though she counts her influences as everyone from Van Halen and The Beatles to Stevie Nicks, 17-year-old singer/songwriter dynamo Madison Rose ( channels her inner Joan Jett when—in dishing on her explosive debut full-length recording Aftershock—she boldly declares to the world “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll!”

“I truly feel that it picked me,” she says. “I didn’t just decide one day ‘Hey, I’m gonna sing rock music.’ The music just spoke to me loud and clear, and I listened. My writing and my personal style just evolved from there, now I eat, drink, breath, live Rock and Roll!”

Madison’s not rocking and rumbling alone. On tracks like the blistering lead single “Kissin’ In Your Cadillac” and the heavy duty emotional “Teenage Runaway,” she’s vibing with renowned surf-rock guitarist Gary Hoey and her multi-talented brother and musical partner in crime Justyn, dubbed “Justyn the Stuntman” for the many hats he dons (songwriter, bassist, guitarist, mentor) as he helps his younger sister hone in on her powerful sound.

With 16 solo albums and five Top 20 Billboard hits since the early ‘90s, Hoey has made numerous lists as one of the 100 Greatest Guitar Players of All Time. Over the years, Hoey has toured and traded licks with the likes of Brian May (Queen), Peter Frampton, Foreigner, Joe Satriani, The Doobie Brothers, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Eric Johnson, Steve Vai, Bret Michaels, Rick Derringer and Deep Purple.

Comparing her favorably to Jett, Pat Benatar and Lita Ford, Hoey says, “Producing Madison was a joy. Her work ethic and drive were amazing. To see such a young artist come up with such great songs is rare. She’s gorgeous and talented—and she can rock! Her new record is going to blow people’s minds.”

Those who remember a softer type rock of a different era might compare the creative dynamic of Madison and Justyn to that of the legendary Carpenters. In addition to playing bass on the album and lead guitar for her live shows, Justyn’s strengths as a songwriter complement Madison’s perfectly. “Joanna,” a track Madison calls an “epic ballad” for its 130 production layers (including a massive choir sound), represents the spirit of their collaboration. Unbeknownst to one another, he had written a beautiful melody and she had written lyrics—and they matched up perfectly. His strength is in the music and chording, while hers is in basic melodies and words.

“Any biography ever written on me would not be complete unless it included a few hundred chapters on Justyn,” she says. “It’s hard to put into words what a huge influence he has had on who I am as a person. My brother and I are two halves of a whole, inseparable on our journey through life. He is my best friend…someone to laugh with, cry with, dream with, create music with and so much more.”

Delving into their shared history, Justyn adds, “We have been collaborating unofficially, playing and singing since I was 11 and she was seven. Madison would organize summer and Christmas living room concerts for family and friends. I would play guitar and she would sing. We would mesh our musical ideas and explore from there. I was pursuing a career as a screenwriter and filmmaker after high school and didn’t consider pursuing a career in music until she kept getting more serious about her career. When she started getting opportunities to perform and record, she nudged me to get back into music and start working with her.”

Despite the obvious connection of being musical siblings, it’s hard to imagine Richard Carpenter taking his sister Karen to hear a band like Def Leppard the way Justyn did when Madison was 13. “That was the first concert I ever attended, and it changed my life,” she says. “The first time I heard the song ‘Animal,’ I knew I wanted to sing rock ‘n’ roll. It was one of those epiphanies you hear about. After that concert, I went home and wrote my first song and I haven’t stopped writing since.”

The lone cover tune on Aftershock is an exhilarating re-imagining of “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love,” from the debut album of Van Halen—the second concert Madison ever went to. In the last year, she had the opportunity to perform at the Key Club in L.A. with members of the band. “When I saw them for the first time,” she says, “it made me feel alive and I knew from that moment on that I wanted to sing, and perform music for the rest of my life. I don’t know, something in that moment just clicked, and I knew that’s where I needed to be, singing up on stage, rockin’ out in front of an entire arena. The way David Lee Roth commanded the stage, got the audience on their feet, rockin’ out, I thought, ‘I want to do that.’”

On the softer side of rock, Madison calls Stevie Nicks “one of the greatest songwriters of all time. “When I saw Fleetwood Mac, she really inspired me. After that show I went home and wrote at least a dozen songs. She sparked my creativity. One of them is ‘Teenage Runaway,’ a poignant song about the pain I felt trying to help a self-destructive friend who was running away not only in a physical sense, but from also from the emotional support in her life. All of the lyrics on the album were written in 2009, when I was 15.”

For Madison’s 16th birthday in early 2010, her family sent she and Justyn to L.A. to attend Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp—a dream come true that would allow Madison to mingle with her idols Bret Michaels, Lita Ford and Michael Anthony. Hoey was her camp counselor. Over the course of the week that Madison and Justyn were there, they got to know him and “simply just clicked.” They all talked about getting together someday to write music and kept in touch.

A few months later, Madison and Justyn attended a guitar clinic that Hoey was hosting a few hours from where the family lived in Florida. After the clinic, their parents talked to the guitarist about Madison’s dreams of putting together an album based on the lyrics she had written, and her need for a great musical collaborator. Hoey invited the whole brood to come up to his home studio in New England to see if they could make this album concept come to life.

In September 2010, the family loaded up their SUV with four small dogs, volumes of Madison’s lyrics, guitars, and clothes. They drove to New Hampshire to live for two months while the singer, Justyn and Hoey wrote all the songs for the project which became Aftershock.

“The three of us spent every long 14-hour plus day writing, laughing, collaborating and recording every track on my album in Gary’s home studio in the middle of the woods, in the middle of nowhere,” Madison says. “This was one of those moments in time that can never be duplicated—pure inspiration and creation and simply one of the best times of my life. Picture a cool fall day; leaves red and golden with the sound of wind blowing gently through them. Gary, Justyn and I are sitting in a circle on the carpeted floor, Gary with his guitar, Justyn with his bass, me with my lyrics. We jammed, the music just flowed and we had an amazing time. The first day in the studio, Gary looked at me and said, ‘We are going to write a hit song today.’ I thought, ‘Yeah, right, in one day.’ But by the end of the day, we wrote the music to the title track to the album, ‘Aftershock.’

“Gary was an amazing mentor to both me and Justyn,” she adds. “He was also a teacher, inspiration and a friend. I hope one day I can give back to a hopeful dreamer, the way Gary mentored and inspired me. My true goal is to inspire people with my music. Music is art, and just as when two people look at the same painting and see completely different things, when each individual listens to music they hear their own meaning to the songs, and feel their own unique experience.  If my music makes people happy, exhilarated, excited, reflective, melancholy, empowered, or makes them feel an emotional connection to the song then as a songwriter I have reached the pinnacle of success. Yet for all that, it’s onstage where I feel most at home and really come alive.”

Georgia Possum is  Tracy Hosey (bass), Israel Tyson (drums), Ron Lands (steel guitarist/guitar) and Jack Walker (vocals/guitar). They play country/blues/rock and a tinge of bluegrass.

Georgia Possum is Tracy Hosey (bass), Israel Tyson (drums), Ron Lands (steel guitarist/guitar) and Jack Walker (vocals/guitar). They play country/blues/rock and a tinge of bluegrass.

I have pretty much stopped doing music reviews because of time restraints but this one just had to be done!  Georgia Possum band was in a press release from Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park.  There was nothing going on so I went to YouTube and found their video to listen to while I worked.

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I usually listen to hip hop and rap music. My taste in music runs towards Eminem and 50 Cent BUT I am from the south and I embraced my redneckness years ago.

Georgia Possum got their name  after bass player Tracy Hosey caught a live Georgia possum with his bare hands and turned it lose in the band house one night.

Georgia Possum Band, Mike Mullis, Aunt Jackie Band At SOSMP

This is a very talented band with excellent vocals. Georgia Possum is the kinda band you can dance to. All. Night. Long.  Their music is also suitable for car dancing.

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In their “Boyz from da woodz”  song and video they fully embrace and celebrate redneckness.  The song goes from spot on to tongue-in-cheek with fun lyrics like ,” We don’t call women garden tools. (hoes)
When I saw the redneck drive by shooting, I damned near spewed my coffee.  If you are from the south, in the south, wish you were a southerner or just like to make fun of rednecks, you will like this video. It is the Complete Redneck, right down to the chickens in the yard and the dried up grape arbor. (I am pretty sure I am related to “Mama”.

Number 3. Gone but never forgotten.

Listen to more Georgia Possum songs on MySpace.

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The band is made up of Tracy Hosey (bass), Israel Tyson (drums), Ron Lands (steel guitarist/guitar) and Jack Walker (vocals/guitar). They play country/blues/rock and a tinge of bluegrass.
Georgia Possum is  Tracy Hosey (bass), Israel Tyson (drums), Ron Lands (steel guitarist/guitar) and Jack Walker (vocals/guitar). They play country/blues/rock and a tinge of bluegrass.

SPIRIT OF THE SUWANNEE MUSIC PARK, LIVE OAK, FLA – The Georgia Possum Band from West Georgia will bring its own unique sound to the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) Saturday, Aug. 13, in Live Oak, Fla. This same weekend Mike Mullis and the Aunt Jackie Band will rock the Music Hall Friday night, Aug. 12, while the free Suwannee Spirit Kids Music Camp will be held Friday – Sunday.

Families are urged to make reservations for the weekend, bring your children ages 5 – 17 to the free music camp on Friday night to register. By Sunday the children will present a concert in the afternoon! Parents MUST be onsite while the children are in music camp. Some fiddles, guitars, banjos, drums and mandolins are available for those students who do not have an instrument.

Aunt Jackie Band is Mike Johnson Lead Vocals and Box Picker Jim Douglas Lead Guitar,Pedal Steel, Fiddle, Mandolin, Kazoo and vocals Thom Duncan on Bass Pro Shop and vocals On the drums and vocals Pat Jarnagin.

Mike Mullis and the Aunt Jackie Band will kick off the weekend on Friday night, Aug. 12, with a rollicking event where you will have lots of fun, dance to your heart’s delight and just enjoy the food, fellowship and the evening!

Mike Mullis

Mike Mullis

The Aunt Jackie Band,  based in Gainesville, plays dates from North to Central Florida and has been together about 10 years. The four member band plays Southern and classic rock, country and blues music for your listening and dancing enjoyment with Mike Mullis holding down the drum section. Bring your dancing shoes and your desire to be entertained!(Whoa! The vocalist  for Aunt Jackie is AMAZING!, listen to them on My Space. Check out “My Time Has Come” Losillë)

Saturday night, Aug. 13. the Georgia Possum Band takes over the Music Hall stage with its first appearance at the SOSMP. Georgia Possum Band is not your every day country band. The members are all unique country boys who are proud to be from West Georgia and sing and play music about how they live in this Southern world.

Georgia Possum Video – The Perfect Redneck Drive By Shooting

The band is made up of Tracy Hosey (bass), Israel Tyson (drums), Ron Lands (steel guitarist/guitar) and Jack Walker (vocals/guitar). They play country/blues/rock and a tinge of bluegrass.

The band was formed a few years after high school by Jack Walker and Israel Tyson. Jack Walker is a man born dirt road poor and who has struggled through life’s challenges. Born and raised in the little rural town of Roopville, Georgia, population 250, he writes songs about hunting, fishing, God, faith, loss of love and loss of his beloved mother to cancer. Drummer Israel Tyson grew up in rural Crossplains, Georgia and has a country boy’s view of his world. Part mountain man, part madman, bass player Tracy Hosey has probably killed and eaten most anything that crawls and swims. The band got its name because he caught a live Georgia possum with his bare hands and turned it lose in the band house one night. That’s what the band members say they are – possums, night prowlers and survivors.

This unique group played as a three piece band for years with occasional guitar players coming and going till Nashville steel and regular guitar player Ron Lands sat in one night. He has played with a lot of Nashville stars and wanted to play with the Georgia Possums. He brought a sound and a feel the band had been seeking for years. Ron came from Oregon originally before moving to Georgia. He jokes that he was so poor growing up he had to wear his sister’s dress sometimes!

A new CD entitled “Boyz from the Woodz” was just released by Georgia Possums this summer. “We love people, and we hope they love us,” says Israel. “We never take our fans for granted. We have a dream, and God and people willing, we might just make it come true.”

Doors to the Music Hall open at 5 p.m. for dinner with shows beginning at 8 p.m. Admission to the Music Hall Friday and Saturday is $5 per person with the $5 deducted from your evening’s tab. The SOS Café and Restaurant will be open during these events and will have available from its regular menu delicious food and beverages at regular prices as well as weekend specials. Friday night special is all you can eat sirloin steak. Saturday night prime rib is featured at regular price.

For more information about the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park or to rent a cabin or the Treehouse for the weekend or a night, call 386-364-1683, email or go to You may also contact the SOSMP to inquire about any of the many exciting events coming up this year at the SOSMP such as the Labor Day Get-A-Way, Blackwater Music Festival, Thanksgiving dinner and Old Tyme Farm Days, Bear Creek Music and Art Festival, Jambando In The Park II, Raid On The Suwannee Civil War Re-enactment and much, much more!

The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is located at 3076 95th Drive 4.5 miles north of Live Oak, Fl off US 129 at the famous Suwannee River. The park is 4.5 miles south of Interstate 75 and 4.5 miles north of Interstate 10 off US 129. Keep an eye out for the SOSMP sign and white painted board fence!

Billy Boyd in his new movie "Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy". Starring Kristin Kreuk and Adam Sinclair
Billy Boyd in his new movie “Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy”. Starring Kristin Kreuk and Adam Sinclair

CFM Contributor and actress Penny Gibbs with Billy Boyd during the filming of “Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy”.
CFM Contributor and actress Penny Gibbs with Billy Boyd during the filming of “Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy”.

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Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy Starring Billy Boyd

Award-winning director and producer Rob Heydon has wrapped filming his latest project Ecstasy, a culmination of an 11-year journey. Based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, (the esteemed author of Trainspotting), Ecstasy combines Welsh’s provocative characters and superb story telling with shocking thrills and dark comedy, taking us on a journey into a crafty, drug fuelled contemporary satire on modern culture.

It’s been 11 years since Welsh first met Toronto filmmaker Rob Heydon to discuss the project. In that time, the film has had to recast a lead actor, move shooting to another country, and won and lost financing several times.

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Starring talent such as Kristin Kreuk, Billy Boyd, Adam Sinclair, Colin Mochrie and Dean McDermott,

the film captures Scottish writer Irvine Welsh as he entranced and shocked the literary world with his 1993 novel, Trainspotting. With more than 310,000 likes online, viewers can visit and

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Shot in Sault Ste. Marie and Toronto, as well as Scotland and Amsterdam, Ecstasy follows the romance between Heather (Canada’s Kristin Kreuk) and Lloyd (Scotsman Adam Sinclair) as they explore a chemical romance and discover whether their love for one another is real or not.

Surrounding Lloyd’s personal story is a widescreen thriller taking the audience on a journey through the power politics of both the clubber and gangsters, along with the good and the evil.

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“I want Ecstasy to be the most viscerally thrilling,

emotionally exhilarating and life-affirming film,” said Heydon adding, “The world of Ecstasy is challenging. Many of the events are violent and shocking, but above it all, I feel passionately this is a story of great hope, love and rekindling faith.”

Lloyd’s emotional experience is at the heart of this film. Every step he takes leads him deeper into the secret world of his faith and love, forcing him to confront himself and his own beliefs and prejudices. ever changing light, the film reflects the hypnotic essence of life that young people face today.

Ecstasy also features a soundtrack by Coldplay, Primal Scream, Tiesto, Deadmau5 as well as many Canadian Artists including Bonjay, The Mahones, Hawksley Workman and others.

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Heydon has researched all sorts of ecstatic experiences, from the Ecstasy drug itself to dancing in a state of trance.

“Everyone is texting and e-mailing, like time has sped up,” said Heydon. “Everyone is in a rush to get there quicker, to reach a transcendental state as fast as they can.” Heydon added, “If there’s a pill, they’ll take it. But what are the repercussions of that on their family, friends and society at large?”

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Rob Heydon has had a prolific career directing and producing over one hundred music videos and commercials. In 2003, Rob moved into feature films, shooting Go Further starring Woody Harrelson, which would win the Audience Award runner up prise at the Toronto International Film Festival. Heydon won a Juno Award for Best Music Video for Edwin’s Alive, which also won the People’s Choice Award at the Much Music Video Awards.

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