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Woodstock Revisited

But as Elvis Costello said years latter “What’s So Funny About Peace, Love and Understanding”.

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American Idol Final Five -Scotty “The Body” Savol – A Statistic

After last week’s American Idol upset debacle, leaving the nation without the sexy, smarmy charms of Constantine Maroulis, tonight’s results show was a step closer to reality as we should know it: Scott “The Body” Savol and Anthony “Tutti-Fruitti” Fedorov as the bottom two. Finally, Scott Savol packed his big, …

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Why Scott Savol Sucks – In Simple Easy To Read Terms

I just can’t f*ucking believe that Scott “chip bigger than my ass” Savol is still allowed to exist on the AI dime. I mean really already, NEVER, EVER, has there been a bigger tool go so far on so little with such a horrible EVERYTHING. Nadia may be a little …

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Legends of Jazz – First Jazz Series on Network TV in 40 Years

PBS will air the first jazz series on network TV in 40 years with Legends of Jazz with Ramsey Lewis, which will debut on June 16, 2005 with a one-hour special, showcasing winners of the National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters award. The series premieres with Legends of Jazz: …

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Morrissey: Who Put The ‘M’ In Manchester?

On May 22, 2004, Morrissey celebrated his 45th birthday onstage in his hometown of Manchester, England. Highlights of this concert, which took place shortly after the release of the sublime You Are The Quarry, are preserved for posterity in this DVD, which was released simultaneously with a live CD from …

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Hot Stuff for Black History Month on the BET Networks

BET and sister network BET Jazz are delivering a diverse menu of special programming for Black History Month. Anchoring BET’s Black History Month fare is the annual CELEBRATION OF GOSPEL, back for its fifth year celebrating both the traditional and contemporary art form as sung by some of the biggest …

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Prince Concert Special Wednesday

Prince is taking over five networks for a 30 minute concert special on Wednesday: MTV, MTV2, BET, VH1 and VH1 Classic will simultaneously broadcast a 30-minute Prince concert special on Wednesday at 9 p.m. EDT ….The concert, recorded live last week before an audience at New York’s Webster Hall, includes …

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Feel the Love

Steve was right: last night’s episode of Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues, “The Road to Memphis,” was fun, powerful and very moving. Director Richard Pearce followed blues superstar B.B. King and mid-level blues veteran Bobby Rush in their respective tour buses as they and other performers converged on Memphis for …

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