I never knew real people could be those people you hear on the radio, or see singing on TV, writes Tristan Prettyman on her MySpace.com page. Californian surfer and former Roxy model, Tristan Prettyman started playing music on and off from age 15. On her MySpace page she states that she knew she liked to play music, but because of her ADD she knew that she couldn't take lessons.
Marié Digby is a breath of fresh air to the music industry. If you're already familiar with Digby, then you've probably seen her on YouTube. Digby filmed many videos in her living room of just her singing and strumming her guitar. She became yet another YouTube phenomenon, was signed by a record company and lived happily ever after.
The Quick Center was packed with people of all ages; there were children and grandparents, students and adults, all excited to see the St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre's production of "Swan Lake" Friday night. Presented in three acts, Swan Lake tells the story of Prince Siegfried (Alexey Petrov), who is celebrating his coming of age and is informed by his mother, the Queen (Yliya Ilyina) that he must choose a bride at a Ball the next evening.
'Tell me why' The Beatles aren't on iTunes? If you have ever looked for your favorite Beatles songs on iTunes, you'll know that The Beatles are one of a few major recording artists whose songs are not available through online music services. There has been much speculation online about iTunes purchasing The Beatles.
Even with an all-star cast, including famed actresses Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman, "The Other Boleyn Girl," adapted from Philippa Gregory's historical novel, falls short of a movie worth viewing. "The Other Boleyn Girl" is a 16th century tragedy surrounding the two Boleyn sisters, Anne (Portman) and Mary (Johansson).
Talk about multiple personality disorder … Jeff Dunham does it all. "We're in New York on a Saturday night! Let's go crazy! Let's get a diet coke and go see a puppet show!" While ragging on a front-row patron receiving his drink order from the waitress, Dunham somehow summed up the evening for the 2,000 people at his first of two sold-out shows at the Nokia Theatre in Times Square this weekend.
Some of the most loved and remembered music from the '90s are from the angst-y female rockers who captured the spotlight with festivals like Lillith Fair. Although most of those artists have died down in popularity, Sheryl Crow is still rocking out, six studio albums and 10 Grammys later.
For the first time ever, Ham Channel members' talented work is available to anyone outside of the University campus via Internet. Fairfield's student-run television station, the Ham Channel, has been running independently of any outside television network.
Just like last year, Black Violin enticed a packed crowd of about 300 students at the BCC to get on their feet and raise their hands to the beat of the group's new and unique sound. Black Violin got the crowd moving to their favorite Gnarls Barkley, Nelly Furtado and Fugees tunes.
We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay! kicks off Theatre Fairfield's first production of the academic year with a bang. Written by Nobel Prize-winning playwright Dario Fo and translated by Ron Jenkins, "We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay!" is set in a town where prices have risen astronomically, leaving its residents unable to afford essentials.