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News & Views

08:01 AM Monday 12/15/08 |   |

"American Idol," Morrissey, Cliff Richard and the worst Christmas songs of all time in News. Stereophonics, Nine Inch Nails, Carrie Underwood, David Byrne, Kylie Minogue and Amy Grant / Vince Gill in Views.

News …

New season of "American Idol promises the same mix of "good, bad and ugly" - USA Today

Eva Mendes wants to get naked … with Morrissey - The Sun U.K.

  • Morrissey

    Embarcadero Marina Park, San Diego.
    June 3, 2007

    (Paul Parks)

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The worst Christmas songs of all time? - NBC Bay Area

The many faces of Cliff Richard - Daily Mail U.K.

Views …

Stereophonics in Nottingham - "Almost every song was honoured by a tantalising guitar solo, and the violinists and cellist gave the music a dazzling power." - Evening Post U.K. / ThisIsNottingham

Nine Inch Nails in Las Vegas - "The band consistently pushed the needle into the red on songs like 'March of the Pigs,' which pulsed with more testosterone than an NFL locker room." - Las Vegas Review-Journal

David Byrne in Miami - "Byrne, lean and wired as ever at 56, with a shock of white hair, led a vibrant, stripped down band: bass, drums, percussion, keyboards, and three singers; plus three marvelous dancers who tumbled and boogied in post-modern pop exuberance, often with the singers or Byrne himself." - Miami Herald

Carrie Underwood in Gainesville, Florida - "Clutching a glittering microphone, she immediately opened with two high-intensity songs before backing off the gas, just a bit, with her hit, 'Wasted.'" - The Gainesville Sun

Amy Grant and Vince Gill in Worcester, Massachusetts - "Backed by a crackerjack 11-piece band, the married couple's warm, nearly two hour performance was a cozy reminder of the joys, and occasional melancholic pangs, the holidays can bring." - The Boston Globe

Kylie Minogue in Sydney, Australia - "And then we are back to Kylie World where ever song is a party and the star herself looks to be having almost as much fun as the crowd." - The Daily Telegraph (Australia)

They Say It's Their Birthday … (Or so says Associated Press)

Ernest Ashworth is 80
Tim Conway is 75
Cindy Birdsong (The Supremes) is 69
Dave Clark (The Dave Clark Five) is 66
Carmine Appice is 62
Paul Simonon (The Clash) is 53
Doug Phelps (Brother Phelps; Kentucky Headhunters) is 48

  • Kentucky HeadHunters

    Ohio's annual Jamboree in the Hills gets to rockin' with some help from singer Doug Phelps and the Kentucky Headhunters . The four day event featured more than 20 artists. [Photo: AP / Times Leader].
    July 15, 2004

    (AP / Times Leader)

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Comments

  1. Bucky D. Hellkatt wrote:

    09:40 AM, Dec 15, 2008

    Cyndi Lauper assaultzes my ears! mrow!