Elton John

18 Jun 19
Variety

Following on its statements last week that it will be filing a lawsuit on behalf of several Universal Music recording artists impacted by a 2008 fire that destroyed a huge number of master recordings, a Los Angeles law firm has requested a “complete inventory” from the company. Addressed to UMG CEO and chairman Lucian Grainge, […]

18 Jun 19
From the End of the World to Your Town

Elton’s 1974 album, Caribou, was a difficult one to create. Elton was under intense pressure to write and record all of the songs for the record in only ten days, since he was still under his two-album-a-year deal with This Record Company, and he had a tour of the Far East booked immediately after the […]

18 Jun 19
Lambert Legacy

Adam Lambert is desperate to play Elvis Presley in an upcoming biopic. Filmmaker Baz Luhrmann has been tapped to direct the flick, and Toy Story 4 star Tom Hanks will play the Heartbreak Hotel hitmaker’s longtime manager Colonel Tom Parker in the movie. Further details for the film have yet to be announced. Appearing on […]

18 Jun 19
Streaming Week

Litigation over the Universal Studios fire that reportedly destroyed up to 500,000 master recordings could be filed on behalf of affected…

18 Jun 19
The Literary Review

We are living a feverish moment. Politics are heated to the point of being carnivalesque. The planet is overheated and threatens to extinguish. Tempers are high, mores are in a freefall of correction. Education is on one end a riot of differentiation and individualized learning modes and on the other a gray carpet of professionalization […]

18 Jun 19
Instinct Magazine

The men on Top Gear are showing their support for LGBTQ people. Top Gear is one of the most popular reality shows on British television. The series reviews cars by hosting special races, motoring-based challenges, celebrity timed laps, and more. And now the show has announced, just in time for Pride month, the release of […]

18 Jun 19
Laughing Squid
Insider spoke with Michael L. Roberts, the vocal, piano and performance coach who prepared actor Taron Egerton for his role as Elton John in the film Rocketman. Roberts fondly recalled that Egerton had a wonderful voice, but didn’t know how to play the piano at all. Yet after training for just two hours a day for six weeks, Egerton readily embodied the distinct, flamboyant style of the legendary musician, both vocally and physically. From how to sing to how to play piano to how to move around on stage, there was a lot Egerton had to get right. We spoke with Michael L. Roberts, the movie’s pianist and vocal coach, about how he helped Egerton train for the role. Through weeks of rigorous training, Egerton was able to nail performances of such classic songs as “Rocket Man” and “Crocodile Rock.” The two even recorded a single together. Here’s the official video for the Elton John song ‘(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again!’ featuring Taron Egerton.
18 Jun 19
Aspie Diaries

Hey blog world! Summer is finally here! Now if only some heat and sun would come with it (#NewfieProblems!) I have a super busy one this year and am super excited for it! I’m going back to work very soon! Yay! This Saturday I return to work at Spirit of Newfoundland! This will be my […]

18 Jun 19
Daily Crossword Puzzle Solver

Welcome to Crossword Puzzle Answers. Our website is dedicated to Crossword Answers. We solve all the clues from publishers such as New York Times, LA Times, USA Today etc. Since you arrived at this particular page you are looking for the answer to Thomas Joseph June 19th 2019 Crossword Clues so without wasting your time […]