MeiDei Danish comedian feeds Ghost peppers to choir mid way through Christmas song, watch what happens : )
December 18 at 19:37 EST .
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MeiDei The "ghost peppers" inclusion caught my attention - wondering if Birdsnest has seen this as she has grown them & makes a ghost pepper jam or jelly. Funny how various the reactions were for the choir, some much affected others barely.
December 29 at 08:56 EST .
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MeiDei André Rieu & His Johann Strauss Orchestra performing "And The Waltz Goes On" in Maastricht. A Waltz composed by Sir Anthony Hopkins when he was 19 years old.
November 25 at 16:16 EST .
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MeiDei Wondering if Sir Anthony wrote other music I did some more research and found this: "On 31 October 2011, André Rieu released an album including a waltz which Hopkins had composed in 1964, at the age of 26. Hopkins had never heard his composition, "And the Waltz Goes On", before it was premiered by Rieu's orchestra in Vienna." From, annotated, interviews w/Hopkins vs. the unsubstantiated 19 y/o reference above. From Wikipedia: In January 2012, Hopkins released an album of classical music, entitled Composer, performed by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and released on CD via the UK radio station Classic FM.The album consists of nine of his original works and film scores, with one of the pieces titled "Margam" in tribute to his home town near Port Talbot in Wales.
November 26 at 10:26 EST .
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Safetydude I don't know if there are any Country Music fans out there, but Country Hall Of Fame member Me Me Me Mel Tillis died this week at 85. One song of his songs I remember from a long time ago is "Lying Time Again".
November 19 at 21:14 EST .
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MeiDei 5 friends from Texas: When Pentatonix broke into the music scene in 2011, their incredible skill and A Capella style took the world by storm. Their main body of work is primarily covers of existing songs, medleys and even some original material.The two time Grammy-winning group is solely supported by a mix of tight harmonies and extremely technical beatboxing skills, and the final result is always a treat to hear.
November 13 at 22:16 EST .
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MeiDei I didn't miss the Brass, Strings, Woodwinds, Percussion or Keyboard did you?
November 14 at 09:45 EST .
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StormCnter RIP, Fats Domino. I loved his music and never read anything detrimental about the man himself. We all know, don't we, that Dick Clark's wife gave Chubby Checker his performing name as a play on Chub's hero Fats Domino?
October 26 at 08:10 EST .
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MeiDei Now let's go silly/crazy/whatever - maybe it's a weird kind of day but this me made me laugh out loud a few times. I hope it makes you laugh too - if it offends I'll delete it.
MeiDei A side of Clint Eastwood totally new to me. Impromptu performance @ Carnagie Hall.
September 25 at 14:58 EST .
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GO3 Clint has been a jazz pianist for a long time. I think he performs a little in the movie The Line of Fire.
September 26 at 02:56 EST .
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MeiDei I'm not a jazz fan, I did like Conrad Janis back in the mid to late 50's, he used to play in one restaurant/club in NY that we were allowed to be in (underaged )- mostly what I would call dixieland - can still call up the sounds from memory. We went every time he was engaged there.
September 26 at 23:02 EST .
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GO3 Here is one of my movie favorites courtesy of the Mike Curb Congregation.