by the CITY OF EL PASO, TEXAS – MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT·TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2020 In an ongoing effort to suppress the spread of COVID-19, the City and the County of El Paso have issued a “Stay Home, Work Safe” Order for the area that will go into effect at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, and be inLeer más
People magazine says Meghan Markle has scored her first voiceover gig. She is voicing a new Disney documentary titled “Elephants.” It will start streaming on Disney+ on April 3rd. The documentary follows an African elephant named Shani.
Hall & Oates star John Oates tells American Songwriter that he is using the coronavirus quarantine to recharge and relax. “Self-isolation has, in a way, given me a chance to disconnect from the creative process. It’s not something I would normally do. All of a sudden, I’m realizing that I never really take a break. ButLeer más
Billy Joel tells the San Diego Union Tribune that writing music was always a battle for him. ”I liked the process of writing songs. I always liked the feeling of having written. Writing was always a battle for me, but I loved when the battle was over.It’s a vicious cycle, the feeling of having been productiveLeer más
Jon Bon Jovi tells The Guardian that singing his hit songs over and over depresses him. ”Do I really need to sing ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ one more time? Yes. Forever and ever, yes and the thought of that depresses me. I have to reconcile that.”
Roger Daltrey tells the BBC that The Who has no plans to do any online concerts during the coronavirus quarantine. ”The idea of doing an online concert really suits musicians who are very independent. It doesn’t suit old rock ‘n’ roll elitists like me. I don’t think I have tuned my own guitar to go onLeer más
Bryan Adams tells The Morning Call that he started limiting his interviews after reporters began spreading rumors about his love life. ”There was my supposed affair with Lady Diana. My supposed affair with Tina Turner. It’s so ridiculous! Because of that, I don’t do many interviews.”
Bruce Springsteen tells CBS that he writes as many songs as possible to make up for his singing voice. ”Yeah, I never cared for my voice. I still don’t listen to it. It always sounds like I’m just waking up or something. I don’t know. That’s why I have to write. I have to write orLeer más