Natalie Jean is an award winning singer/songwriter performer. She is a Voting Member with the Recording Academy. She has been nominated over 100 times for her music and has won numerous awards. She writes and performs for many genres, which would include Jazz, R&B, Blues, Dance, Pop, Country, Rap, Heavy Metal, Americana, and Contemporary. … [Read more...] about Natalie Jean Releases New Album – Where Do We Go From Here?
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"But one of the ugly things that he does, as you know, is he tries to divide our people up based on the color of our skin or where we were born or our religion or our sexual orientation or whatever. That's what he does," Sanders said. "We're trying to bring people together, not divide them up." … [Read more...] about Bernie Sanders slams Bloomberg at Las Vegas town hall, says billionaire trying ‘to buy this election’
As for the current state of rock music, which appears to be in decline, Banks offers, “That might be because there’s not as much space on the radio for rock music, but I think rock will survive and it is out there because it’s fun playing instruments, it’s fun being in the basement with a live drummer and making a ton of noise. And the live experience of a rock concert is something that is unmatched. So I think it will always survive. Right now, the moment with the popular mainstream has definitely moved away from rock, but I don’t think it’s going to kill rock.” … [Read more...] about The Wu-Tang Clan Fucks Wit Hillary Clinton
But with roughly 40 percent of voters set to cast their ballots on Super Tuesday, when a third of all delegates are allocated, the coming days and weeks may be the last, best shot to slow Sanders’ momentum. And some campaigns do seem to be showing a new sense of urgency. Bloomberg, having intentionally skipped the first four contests, has already invested heavily in many of those states, spending $124 million on ads, according to the Los Angeles Times. His campaign has also increasingly targeted Sanders by name. … [Read more...] about Savage Bloomberg or Criticize Bernie? Dems Like the Easy Option
Reality contestants in particular can be particularly vulnerable to suicide. In 2016, the New York Post reported that 21 former reality participants, all seemingly from the U.S., had taken their own lives. The list included Bachelor Nation alums Alexa “Lex” McAllister, Gia Allemand, and Julien Hug, as well as Real Housewives of Beverly Hills husband Russell Armstrong. Last March, British tabloid The Sun reported that dozens of reality stars have taken their own lives across the globe. After multiple contestant suicides, Love Island itself instituted new therapy protocols last summer. … [Read more...] about Could ‘Love Island’ Host Caroline Flack’s Death Urge a Reality TV Reckoning?