“I LOVE the food and more specifically, lukamades!”, she wrote
"Bohemian Rhapsody" for the exciting story of the band.
The premiere of one of the most anticipated films of the fall is coming. Bohemian Rhapsody has been holding the fans of the great Queen and Freddy Mercury for months. Is the movie really good? Judging from the trailer, the director totally nailed it.
Japanese entertainment giant Sony on May 22 unveiled a $1.9-billion deal to buy industry titan EMI Music Publishing, which has the rights to songs by the likes of Queen and Pharrell Williams.
This Monday's installment of Gagarin 205's Gimme Shelter series of films on music is dedicated to Queen and its legendary frontman, Freddie Mercury. The first screening, at 7.30 p.m., is "Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender," a 2012 documentary by Rhys Thomas for the BBC bringing together archival footage, interviews, clips from concerts and personal information.
From guitars to sketches for iconic album artwork, an immersive Pink Floyd retrospective at London's Victoria and Albert Museum traces the half-century career of the famous British band.
Featuring around 350 objects including instruments, musical scores and album covers, the show is the "biggest exhibition ever" about the group, curator Victoria Broackes said.
There are some narrow-minded people who consider heavy metal artists to be…shallow or even untalented, able to sing properly only their own music genre.
Well, for all those, here is a rare video of Iron Maiden’s vocalist Bruce Dickinson singing at a British TV charity in the mid 90s, Tom Jones’ classic song “Delilah”!
Cypriot-American cover girl Mary Angela Barnett (known to the world as Angie) was there at the birth of a legend. She helped David Bowie create Ziggy Stardust and together they had Zowie, but at the end they were bitter enemies. Speaking of her life with the legend, she told Daily Mail that sex, drugs and fame destroyed their relationship.