Considered an overstuffed turkey, but for those of us who loved it, it’s cancellation was a tragedy.
In honor of Thanksgiving, a Broadway turkey whose recipe got tinkered with until it started to taste good. And now a movie!
Harry Styles is back with a new song, “Lights Up”. The video released a few weeks back was dancey, going down like a delicious cocktail, previewing his new album “Fine Line” that’s coming December 7th. But it was his appearance on SNL, where in the skits he proved to be an able comedian, that the song “Lights Up” really stood out in a more meditative, soulful rendition. This guy is a major all-around talent, unleashed from the shackles of boybandism,
Amidst a Spice Girls tour this year, Mel C (or Sporty Spice) appeared at a plethora of Pride Festivals with Sink the Pink, an LGBTQ collective. Now they’ve recorded a song called “High Heels”. Take a listen. I always thought Mel C had the best and most distinctive voice out of all the Spices, and have loved her solo albums, so happy to see she’s still making music.
Get the new Pet Shop Boys single “Dreamland” which is a banger, but also flip the record over for more delights.
Coldplay “Everyday Life”: This band gets a lot of grief but someone’s buying their records, so whatevs. I love them, always have. They don’t seem to care, just chugging along, in for the long haul, producing crowd-pleasing music. They’re back now with a double album, due Friday. “Mad About You”: 20 years after the original series ended, they’re back. However, I’m not sure exactly how to see this. It’s available on Spectrum Originals? And presumably playing on a refrigerator somewhere?
Just a huge amount of fun to watch! Next stop, world domination!
Although most in America lost track of George Michael after “Listen Without Prejudice Vol. I”, he remained a huge star everywhere else. His 1996 album “Older” spawned five Top-3 singles in the U.K. (including two number ones). And he was hugely prolific in terms of releasing one-off singles and participated in many collaborations. For anyone clamoring for more unreleased George Michael music, there is a treasure trove of released tracks that weren’t heard here except by the faithful scouring the