George Michael iconic British music star, and the iconic London Auction house Christie’s for the once in lifetime view of the music star’s Art collection before being auctioned for charity. Items from George Michaels Art Collection were displayed for public exhibition and auctioned at Christie’s in London. It raised £11.3 million pounds for charity. Attracting some 15 000 visitors.
Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody On the 3rd of June 1976, Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody single went Gold, selling over 1 million records. Freddy Mercury wrote the Song, famously featuring no chorus and epic Operatic sections. The record label advised the band the song would not get airplay because it was too long. The good news, the song […]
Kate Bush, Singer, songwriter, performer, dancer & record producer
The legendary British Punk Band, The Sex Pistols, played their first Gig at St Martin’s School of Art on the Charing Cross Road. The gig was arranged by Bass player Glen Matlock who was a student at Saint Martins School of Art, until 1974. Sex Pistols Gig 50p Tickets for the gig went for 50p. […]
Stereoscopic – the world in 3d Brief look at this very fine single day Exhibition contain Dr Brian May’s collections – Impressive if you are a fan of technical things and of course Brian May
99 ultimate Halloween Song list – In modern times, Halloween songs does appear to be very much a 20th and 21st century formulation, we put together this 99 ultimate Halloween song list, and yup we have failed to stock with songs from the last 2,000 years. The good thing about Halloween, it has survived the […]
On September 21st, 1971, a music television show called “The Old Grey Whistle Test” aired for the first time in the United Kingdom. The show would go on to become one of the most influential music programs of the 1970s, and its impact on the music industry is still felt today. “The Old Grey Whistle […]
In 1977 Marc Bolan, a singer from Glam rock group T.Rex died in a car crash in London. The Singer, songwriter poet, a guitarist was only 29. Marc Bolan was born on 30th September 1947, in Hackney London. Died -16/9/77 Barnes, Richmond upon Thames. Hits Include “Ride a White Swan” – 1970, “Children of the Revolution” […]
2014 Singer, songwriter, performer, dancer & record producer; Kate Bush 1st live comeback in 35 yrs.
Freddy Mercury wrote Bohemian Rhapsody for the Queen Album ‘Night at the Opera’, at 355 seconds or 5 minutes 50 the single track was almost twice as long as a single from a decade earlier. The song would become a stadium anthem and not leave the public vote of best song for decades to come, […]