The live-streamed global event will also feature performances by other music stars
a chart of all the songs recognized by more than 90% of people
Cher Loves Joe
Cher has a great legacy… this show isn’t part of it.
the living legend first transgender woman born female
the worst of all was the terrible idea of all three Chers on stage simultaneously
all us ‘beautiful people’
Thoroughly enjoyable at 71!
I think about moving home to Denmark
I am talking about a period way before the digital age, where information was not available as it is now,… I got the chance to see the Los Angeles premiere of ‘The Wrecking Crew’ at Sonos Studios last Wednesday night, and I got the revelation: Hundreds of hit records of the 60s were recorded using the same collective of Los Angeles musicians
I was so surprised to see that 71-year-old Joni Mitchell becoming the new face for Yves Saint Laurent. The 70’s folk legend was photographed by Hedi Slimane for the designer’s ongoing music project, which has previously featured Ariel Pink, Courtney Love, Kim Gordon and Marilyn Manson
Oh Cher, you’re so hip. At age 68 shes the slutty grandma we’re glad we don’t have. More surgery’s than a conjoined twin and as delusional as a dementia patient shes up in arms about the park and her tweets are blatheringly endearing.
Can one star make that much difference in a musical theater production? It can when that one person is the sheer brilliance that is Jessie Mueller as Carole King, she sure can. A bravado vocal and acting tour de force that changed a mediocre jukebox musical story into what they were aiming for: the story of “Tapestry”. A great, star making performance
This isn’t great art and only occasionally is it great pop but it is great something else: it is a great hope for all our futures, a true meeting plays for gays and straights, young and old, Cherokee and Anglo Saxon, to join in a world where, much more than Lady Gaga for whom there is always an undercurrent of persecuted minorities, we are one nation under an Arena
Forget – Ben Watt – Another strong ballad off Ben’s new album, the Joe’s Pub gig is the same day as Mr. and Mrs. Carter and I am seriously considering passing on Jigga for him – A-
And now here she comes again, the woman, the legend, from Sonny and to disco diva, to half native American hippie queen who let the Stones sleep on her floor in 1964 through TV diva, divorcee, Mrs. Greg Allman, Studio 54 denizen of the demimonde, gay icon, Chastity’s Mom, and all round believer in life after love, at the Barclay on Friday. The one and only Cher.
Face The Crowd – Beady Eye – In the worst albums of the year sweepstake, the sophomore effort by Liam’s band is way up there. This song is remarkable in how little it has going for it – D+
Me, I love Cher if I don’t have to look or listen to her in 2013, Like, I love her in theory even if in practise you can put the blame for Lady Gaga and Madonna nearby her. Cher always seemed like a strong, irritating woman.
The John Newman album is so great that I don’t care if Arcade Fire sold more, it is the top of my charts. This guy is waiting to blow up big, his Bowery Ballroom gig early next year is impossible to get a ticket for and from every bit of film of him live I’ve seen it all, this guy is the real deal
Cher has been around forever. Dressed by Bob Mackie or as the half breed the airbrushed nip and tucker must have had enough skin removed to create a mini Cher…wait.. maybe that’s Gaga?