In the immortal words of Homer Simpson: Save me Jebus. It’s X Factor liiiiiivvvveee with Dominic Bowden
REVIEW: Rodriguez TSB Bank Arena, Saturday, March 16 Sixto Rodriguez recorded two albums and was promptly forgotten until last year’s Oscar-winning documentary Searching For Sugar Man told a truth-is-stranger-than-fiction version of some of the events leading to a comeback. He was huge in South Africa but the film forgets that he’d already toured Australia and had some following in New Zealand.
A young man with tattoos covering one arm rolls hundreds of marijuana joints in the half-light of a shack, perched on a hillside in a Medellin slum. A 9mm pistol and a .38 revolver lie on his work bench.
He got a standing ovation before the orchestra even played a single note.
One of America’s pre-eminent political power couples made a rare joint appearance Friday, when Bill and Hillary Clinton took the stage at the former president’s Clinton Global Initiative conference. “I want to begin by expressing my extreme indebtedness to the Clinton Global Initiative, to all of you who participated, for giving me the first chance I have had in a week to see Hillary,” Bill Clinton told the audience of social activists and business leaders at the closing session of CGI, a week-long conference designed to find solutions to global problems through public and private partnerships.
Roger Federer exclusively told CNN that the stunning shot he executed in his U.S.
The rumored Beatles songs were a no-show, but Steve Jobs — Apple’s own rock star — is back.
An archaeological dig in Jerusalem has turned up a 3,700-year-old wall that is the largest and oldest of its kind found in the region, experts say. Standing 8 meters (26 feet) high, the wall of huge cut stones is a marvel to archaeologists