Obama drops his summer playlist

-barack-obamaThe playlists — one curated for daytime and one for nighttime — feature music from a wide range of singers and genres, and is available on the official White House Spotify account.
The music was “hand-selected” by the President, according to the White House, and includes classics from Aretha Franklin, Miles Davis and Prince, along with more recent artists Common, Jay Z and Wale.
The playlist also showcases artists who have performed at the White House including Janelle Monae, Sara Bareilles and Esperanza Spalding.

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Nick-CaveNick Cave & The Bad Seeds will release a new album 09.09.2016 as “Sceleton Tree,” This is the first joint project of PD 2013. The day before the release of this album will see the light of day and the movie “One More Time With Feeling“, who signed as a director Andrew Dominik. The film consists of interviews with the band members, Nick Cave narration, as well as recordings with the creation of the songs from the new album.Read More »

Ultra Singapore

David-Guetta-Ultra-Miami-2015-billboard-1548-720x340Have you experienced this year’s Ultra Party? This year, under the organization of the Ultra Party organized in 20 countries worldwide. After a magical week with the Ultra in July in Croatia, this whole factory of fun moving to a completely different part of the World in Singapore! Each variation also brings more international visitors to the flagship festival in Miami, and trust us when we say the Asian attendee presence these last few years has been very strong.Read More »

Iron Maiden in Split, Croatia

Fans enthusiastically argued that even be better than a few years ago at the Zagreb Arena. Packed hall clapping and singing is accompanied performers from the first song from the new album “Book of Souls’.

Singer Bruce Dickinson at the very beginning and joked with the people of Split, apologizing because the British were kidnapped Croatia best football coach, Slaven Bilic, adding that they would return it – once.Read More »

Look Coldplay, Michael J. Fox Play ‘Back to the Future’ Songs

michael-j-foxChris Martin saw his “dream come true” Sunday in New Jersey, when actor Michael J. Fox joined Coldplay onstage to cover the Penguins’ “Earth Angel” and Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode” – two tracks Fox’s classic character Marty McFly performed at the “Under the Sea” dance in Back to the Future.

Martin’s son Moses asked his dad to play something from “both of our favorite movie, Back to the Future.” Coldplay complied, easing into the silky doo-wop classic “Earth Angel,” as Martin crooned and strummed an acoustic guitar. Fox walked onstage midway through the track and played a brief, tentative guitar solo – but the actor looked more comfortable with the rock classic “Johnny B. Goode,” nailing Berry’s bluesy tone.Read More »