There used to be a time when television providers could offer you tons of channels – each devoted to non-stop music of a particular genre. In fact, according to www.expertsatellite.com, this particular vendor offers over 80. People would choose a channel and let it stream while they went about their business.
Then things got even better!
In-Demand services starting covering live concerts and offering those to homeowners who couldn’t afford to make the trip. Now people can enjoy concerts in their own living room and while it might sound convenient, not everyone is happy.
There are some people who believe that the “concert experience” is one reserved specifically for the event. In other words, in order to get the most out of it, you have to BE THERE. However, this calls into question what the concert is even about.
Ideally, first and foremost, fans should be going to concerts to hear the music – not see a show. The show is the icing and if people can experience what they are meant to take away from a concert (i.e. “the music”) then why shouldn’t they save a couple hundred and have the concert in the living room?
The minute a “music fan” loses their love of the actual music is the minute some serious re-evaluations need to be made.
Lady Gaga thrilled her fans after she appeared in public this week for the screening of “The Great Gatsby.” She had been missing in action since her fateful decision to cancel her “Born This Way” tour.
Onlookers said the Lady Gaga looked fabulous although she was a bit on the thin side. On her wing was Vampire Diaries best buddy, Taylor Kinney. Publicists said her attendance at the flick was a date night for her and her beau.
Attendees at the film said the Read the rest of this entry »
Canadians Who Made it Big in the U.S.A
Many Americans are unaware of how many Canadian singers have become sensations in their nation.
The current Canadian singing champ is probably pop star Justin Bieber. Nineteen-year-old Bieber was actually born in London, but he grew up in Ontario. Like so many of his fellow Canadians, he’s a hockey fan.
Before Bieber’s time, Celine Dion, a French-speaking native of Quebec, burned up pop charts with her powerful voice, impressive range and penchant for ballads. Her Read the rest of this entry »
Singer-songwriter and recording artist Carly Rae Jepsen was born and raised in Mission, British Columbia. Most of us know her from her hit song “Call Me Maybe” that debuted in Canada in September of last year and in the United States back in February of this year.
Justin Bieber, who is also Canadian, had a hand in introducing Jepsen’s music to the U.S. After tweeting about Call Me Maybe, it didn’t take long for listeners to fall in love with the pop song, which made the number one spot on the Billboard