Benefit show – Slimming Pills Review http://slimmingpillsreview.com/ Thu, 19 May 2022 01:25:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.png Benefit show – Slimming Pills Review http://slimmingpillsreview.com/ 32 32 Joe Piscopo and Haley Reinhart headline benefit performance at Woodstock Opera House https://slimmingpillsreview.com/joe-piscopo-and-haley-reinhart-headline-benefit-performance-at-woodstock-opera-house/ Thu, 12 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/joe-piscopo-and-haley-reinhart-headline-benefit-performance-at-woodstock-opera-house/ Release of broken robots Wood Dale-based rock band Broken Robots embark on their next chapter this spring and summer, delivering the first in a series of musical releases on Friday with a high-intensity show at Martyrs’. The band – Kat and Tony Baker, Lonnie Phillips and new drummer Anthony Friedli – still retain their semi-grungy, […]]]>

Release of broken robots

Wood Dale-based rock band Broken Robots embark on their next chapter this spring and summer, delivering the first in a series of musical releases on Friday with a high-intensity show at Martyrs’. The band – Kat and Tony Baker, Lonnie Phillips and new drummer Anthony Friedli – still retain their semi-grungy, groove-heavy, industrial-influenced sound on the first new single, “Sunshine”, but with a new levity as the according to Kat.

“We’ve all changed as people,” she pointed out, “but that’s us, so it’s still kind of dark. But it’s about wanting to be a ray of sunshine in the world. “

More outings from the upcoming “Season 3” EP will drop throughout the year, and fans can hear them all when the Robots perform on Friday, featuring Chicago indie-punk band Nora Marks, rock duo Heet Deth and the Jacky Legacy Quartet.

8 p.m. Friday, May 13, at Martyrs’, 3855 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. $10. (773) 404-9494 or martyrslive.com.

Broken Robots opens its upcoming EP “Season 3” for a single release Friday, May 13 at Martyrs’ in Chicago.
– Courtesy of Anthony Friedli


Experimental family vacations

With a recent EP and new single “Old Kentucky Home” in the pipeline for a June release, indie rockers Jake Chatfield and Bob Crandell are returning to where their musical dreams began: Libertyville. The duo, Family Vacation, try something different this time with a stripped-down set and new instrumental arrangements, joined by Urbana, Illinois, rockers Kangaroo Court.


        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

9 p.m. Friday, May 13, at Mickey Finn’s, 345 N. Milwaukee Ave., Libertyville. $5. (847) 362-6688 or mickeyfinnsbrewery.com.


Libertyville-born Family Vacation returns home for a show at Mickey Finn's on Friday, May 13.

Libertyville-born Family Vacation returns home for a show at Mickey Finn’s on Friday, May 13.
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The scene hits Aurora

Break out the skinny jeans and band tees for a night out as LOUDERNOW, the Midwest’s first emo and pop-punk tribute band, hits Aurora for a celebration of all things loud, punk and fun.

9 p.m. Friday, May 13 at The Piazza, 85 Executive Drive, Aurora. $9.99 for general admission; table packages available. (630) 978-2088 or piazzaaurora.com.

Laughter and melodies

TV, film and comedy star Joe Piscopo headlines the Woodstock Opera on Saturday, joined by Haley Reinhart, a Wheeling native and former ‘American Idol’ contestant, for an afternoon of laughs and of songs. The show will help raise funds for McHenry American Legion Post 491.

3 p.m. Saturday, May 14, at the Woodstock Opera House, 121 W. Van Buren St., Woodstock. $40 to $65. (815) 338-5300 or woodstockoperahouse.com.


Jake Denny and his band Blue Car play an EP release show at Subterranean Downstairs on Saturday May 14th.

Jake Denny and his band Blue Car play an EP release show at Subterranean Downstairs on Saturday May 14th.
– Courtesy of Emily Kae Photography


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Hailing from central Illinois, Jake Denny channeled ’90s alternative rock with his single “White Noise Static” when he first moved to town in 2021. Now a student at Columbia College and an artist in his own right on the Chicago music scene, soulful-beyond-his-years Denny and his band Blue Car will celebrate the rest of his new EP “I Don’t Actually Own a Blue Car” on Saturday night, joined by fellow musical CXPITAL, Samuel Aaron and Dad Hat.

7 p.m. Saturday, May 14, at the Underground Basement, 2011 W. North Ave., Chicago. $12. (773) 278-6600 or subnet.

Pop and funk with Chicago favorites

Two hot Chicago bands team up to deliver the funkiest of jams and catchiest indie pop when The North 41 and The Mild West team up for a weekend of high-energy rock. The Mild West has new releases in the works, and fans can get a first listen during the Saturday night show.

9 p.m. Saturday, May 14, at Martyrs’, 3855 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. $25. (773) 404-9494 or martyrslive.com.

• Brian Shamie is a multi-platform Daily Herald editor and local music junkie. Email him at bshamie@dailyherald.com, find him on Facebook, or follow him on Twitter (@thatshamieguy) or Instagram (@chicagosoundcheck). He also keeps an eye on the Chicago music scene at chicagosoundcheck.com.

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Dressage Association of Southern California Benefit Show off to a Breezy Start https://slimmingpillsreview.com/dressage-association-of-southern-california-benefit-show-off-to-a-breezy-start/ Sat, 07 May 2022 18:05:52 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/dressage-association-of-southern-california-benefit-show-off-to-a-breezy-start/ Today’s CDI Grand Prix winner Steffen Peters described competing at Galway Downs as an “honour”. The Tokyo Team USA silver medalist’s compliment was echoed by many of the 300 entries here for the Spring Benefit CDI 3*, CPEDI and the Dressage Association of Southern California’s National Dressage Show. Organized by Equestrian Concepts, the competition is […]]]>

Today’s CDI Grand Prix winner Steffen Peters described competing at Galway Downs as an “honour”. The Tokyo Team USA silver medalist’s compliment was echoed by many of the 300 entries here for the Spring Benefit CDI 3*, CPEDI and the Dressage Association of Southern California’s National Dressage Show.

Organized by Equestrian Concepts, the competition is presented by Four Winds Farm and the Perrigo CPEDI is presented by Adequan® and the United States Equestrian Federation.

Picture – Steffen Peters and Suppenkasper (The West Equestrian.com)

Warm and progressively windy weather greeted competitors from Southern California’s thriving dressage scene and far beyond, including Maine, Arizona, Utah and Colorado.









Kathleen Raine and Figaro (Photo: TheWestEquestrian)

Steffen was delighted with the Suppenkasper test, especially the relaxation and flow. “We’re sometimes called adrenaline junkies, but I’m a flow junkie,” he explained. “It was one of his best attempts. It was relatively easy and he was so easy with me. I felt we became one and that’s a nice feeling.” And one that earned them a 76.848%.

It was only their second release of the year and Steffen felt the break was a boon to “Mopsy’s” mood. Relaxation seems to be the modus operandi of the famed Dutch Warmblood these days, Steffen said. “He’s been so confident and relaxed since Tokyo.” Because of the result? “Who knows! I certainly told him several times that he won a silver medal.”

“It’s always been fantastic to be here,” he continued of the competition, which takes place just an hour from his home in San Diego. “Over the last three or four years they’ve made so many improvements. Every time you come here there’s another arena with a good footing, another covered VIP area, etc. It’s very much like a show international.”

There was no resting on laurels. “It’s a huge preview of the attractions to come. It wasn’t a show where you could afford not to take risks. Hopefully we can replicate that feeling in Aachen.” This CDIO at the end of June would be the first of several stops on the American team’s European tour before the world championships in Denmark.

Nick Wagman, San Diego, CA, and Don John finished 2nd with 69.761%, followed by Matthew Cunningham, San Diego, CA, and Ribery 27 with 65.5%.

The Grand Prix Ground Jury consisted of Magnus Ringmark, Freddy Leyman, Maria Collander, Jane Weatherwax and Birgit Epskamp-Valkenborg.

St. George’s Prize

Kathleen Raine, Murrieta, CA, and Figaro topped the CDI Prix St. Georges class with a 70.196 from judges Magnus Ringmark, Maria Collander and Jane Weatherwax. “I’m very happy with the progress of the 8-year-old and I think he’s been very solid in the Small Tour,” said Kathleen. “He was a bit scary at first, but then he recovered and he was with me the whole time.”

She foresees a ‘bright future’ for the Westphalian, hopefully starting with Saturday’s Intermediate 1. Rebecca Rigdon, Cardiff by the Sea, CA, and Iquem were second at 68.824%, and Laura Decesari, Tucson, AZ, and Flower-Power were third on the same score.

Amateur rider Eric Grimm of Irvine, Calif., called his Prix St. Georges test on Carlos Ramirez one of the best of their year-long partnership. “I really liked our pirouettes, which can normally be a problem. He had a lot of power today.” Retired after his 30-year career as a colonel in the US Army, Eric put his extra free time to good use in the arena, under the watchful eye of his trainer and wife, Faith Grimm. The extra work was reflected in their 60.685% drive.

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Mia Rodier-Dawalo and Jayden

Mia Rodier-Dawallo and Jayden (Photo: The WestEquestrian)

International para-dressage competition took center stage in the Grand Prix arena at midday and riders were grateful for the chance to test their progress on an international stage and advance their quests. .

“The west coast is part of the route to world championships and other international competitions,” exclaimed Mia Rodier-Dawallo of Santa Barbara. Mia and the “horse that came straight out of my childhood dream”, Jayden, scored 67.323% in the CPEDI 3* PARA Team Test Grade II.

Jayden, aka “Pudding”, looks like the imaginary friend Mia summoned to deal with the bad times of her childhood. When Mia saw him at trainer Patty Mayer’s Balliwick House, the rider was immediately struck by his resemblance to the equine companion she had dreamed of years ago. It was for sale, but not in Mia’s budget. Instead, friends and strangers collected his purchase price and the rest becomes history. They have already completed their applications for the World Championships and the Festival of Champions. “Patty and Jayden made all my dreams come true,” Mia said after her ride.

Mia got her start at the Ride On Therapeutic Riding Center in Newbury Park, California. She shares that bond with Genevieve Rohner, Park City, UT, the 14-year-old who scored 64.167% on the FEI CPEDI 3* PARA Grade IV team test with Patty Mayer’s Cato.

According to family tradition, Geneviève announced her desire to participate in the Olympic Games at the age of 5. She was an ice skater at the time and her mother said she would have to give up everything else to pursue that goal. “I said no.’ I want to spend more time riding,” says Geneviève. And that is exactly what she has been devoting her time to for the past five years.

Tokyo Canadian Paralympian Winona Hartvikson made her trip from British Columbia more than worthwhile. She and Onyx’s fluid and energetic effort scored a 70.238 in the FEI CPEDI 3* PARA Grade I team test.

The CPEDI jury was composed of David Schmutz, Freddy Leyman and Birgit Epskamp-Valkenborg

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Ellanor Boehning and Sir Junior

Ellanor Boehning and Sir Junior (Photo: TheWestEquestrian)

Sixteen-year-old Ellanor Boehning continued her quest for a spot in Region 7 of the North American Young Riders Championships by completing the Young Riders Team Test with Sir Junior. The Hanoverian was a surprise birthday present last fall, and the new pair made their CDI debut this winter in Wellington, Florida. “He’s gained a lot of confidence from the great atmosphere there, and he’s a confident horse that goes to new places – unless there are things that snap.” There were things that moved this afternoon. “He was a little scary by C, but he handled it really well,” the San Diego resident said.

Lucienne Bacon, Atherton, Calif., and Do Re Mi were second at 62.108% and Charlotte Dunn, Deer Mountain, Utah, and Golden Noir were third at 59.324%.

Also targeting the NAYC, Tiggy Gates and Shadows Dream had a great run at 67.010% in the Junior Team Test. “Our test was a little tight, and we’re working on it,” the Industry, ME driver said. “The atmosphere is quite intense in there, and he handles the pressure and the atmosphere like an absolute champ.”

Josephine Hinnemann, Murrieta, CA, and Copa Cabana MRF scored 66.263% for second place in this class and Katherine Nayak, Tuscon, AZ, and Gaspacho finished third with 63.081%.

Jane Weatherwax, Freddie Leyman and Birgit Epskamp-Valkenborg served as Junior and Young Riders judges.

The action continues throughout the weekend with qualifiers for numerous championships, from Grand Prix and Intermediate Championships I to the FEI World Breeding Championships for Young Horses.

Full results are available at foxvillage.com.

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Reggae band High Hopes will perform a benefit show for Hingham’s Lacrosse https://slimmingpillsreview.com/reggae-band-high-hopes-will-perform-a-benefit-show-for-hinghams-lacrosse/ Tue, 03 May 2022 09:00:23 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/reggae-band-high-hopes-will-perform-a-benefit-show-for-hinghams-lacrosse/ Jay N. Miller The connection between reggae music and lacrosse is rarely explored, but on Saturday night Hull’s C-Note will host another edition of a special South Shore reggae/lacrosse alliance. The reggae group from the South Shore high hopes will give a benefit concert for the Hingham Youth Lacrosse Programall profits going to promote the […]]]>

Jay N. Miller

The connection between reggae music and lacrosse is rarely explored, but on Saturday night Hull’s C-Note will host another edition of a special South Shore reggae/lacrosse alliance. The reggae group from the South Shore high hopes will give a benefit concert for the Hingham Youth Lacrosse Programall profits going to promote the sport in the city.

This is the third time the club has held such a fundraiser, and the second time High Hopes has headlined. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the show will go on until the last beat, but tickets will not be sold at the door. For this event only, tickets must be purchased in advance through Hingham Boys Youth Lacrosse, via its Venmo@Hingham-boys-youth-lacrosse, and all tickets are $30.

The show is a chance to help a local youth charity and it’s something of a re-emergence for High Hopes. Not only did the sextet encounter the same lack of gigs that nearly every other musician encountered during the pandemic, but the band also had to undergo personnel changes. Add it all up and it looks like the band, which has thrilled audiences across the East Coast for two decades, is entering a new chapter, with new members and a revitalized attitude.

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Stabbing Westward, Combichrist and More to Perform Benefit Show for Pigface’s Charles Levi https://slimmingpillsreview.com/stabbing-westward-combichrist-and-more-to-perform-benefit-show-for-pigfaces-charles-levi/ Fri, 15 Apr 2022 13:25:25 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/stabbing-westward-combichrist-and-more-to-perform-benefit-show-for-pigfaces-charles-levi/ Lawrence Floyd April 15, 2022 – 06:25 According to Facebooka charitable benefit, My life with Thrill Kill Kult, will take place today, April 15, at the Chicago Metro to celebrate and support Charles Levi, legendary Chicago musician and bassist […]]]>





Stabbing Westward, Combichrist and More to Perform Benefit Show for Pigface's Charles Levi







According to Facebooka charitable benefit, My life with Thrill Kill Kult, will take place today, April 15, at the Chicago Metro to celebrate and support Charles Levi, legendary Chicago musician and bassist who struggled with health issues. Stabbing Westward, Combichrist, Chris Connelly and Martin Atkins are some of the artists performing that day along with many other heavy hitters in the lineup.

Combichrist, who just dropped their recent video release for “Not My Enemy,” will present an old-school electro set. The event will also feature an all-star band with Project .44’s Louis Svitek and Duane Buford.

Levi was hospitalized Oct. 2o21 after being found unconscious on the floor, according to mxdwn, which adds, “His GoFundMe details the various resulting medical issues and his dire financial situation.”

Stabbing Westward has done other charity work covering The Beatles’ “Come Together” alongside other artists to raise funds for UNICEF Ukraine. Their last album Chasing Ghosts, reviewed by mxdwn, was their last in over two decades.

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John Legend to headline benefit show at UBS Arena https://slimmingpillsreview.com/john-legend-to-headline-benefit-show-at-ubs-arena/ Wed, 13 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/john-legend-to-headline-benefit-show-at-ubs-arena/ This Memorial Day weekend, Northwell Health will salute active duty service members, veterans and their families at its annual “Side By Side: A Celebration of Service” event featuring a concert by the singer-songwriter John Legend at UBS Arena at Belmont Park in Elmont in May. 29. Jason Derulo will be the special guest. “Memorial Day […]]]>

This Memorial Day weekend, Northwell Health will salute active duty service members, veterans and their families at its annual “Side By Side: A Celebration of Service” event featuring a concert by the singer-songwriter John Legend at UBS Arena at Belmont Park in Elmont in May. 29. Jason Derulo will be the special guest.

“Memorial Day weekend is a time each year to reflect on the sacrifices that so many Americans have made in our country’s history,” said Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell in a statement. “We must never take for granted the freedoms we enjoy in this country or forget our heroes in the armed forces who will stop at nothing to protect those freedoms. We are honored to host ‘Side by Side: A Celebration of Service’ for these same reasons – to honor our military.

The concert will be preceded by a public block party on May 28 at Manhattan’s Flatiron Plaza hosted by actor Alfonso Ribeiro with special appearances from Questlove, Broadway stars and the Northwell Health Nurse Choir. There will also be games and food selections.

Tickets for the benefit concert go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. via ticketmaster.com. All proceeds will go to fund Northwell Health’s military programs. For more information about the event, visit: SideBySideNYC.com.

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‘Intimate Apparel’ at Northlight; School of Rock benefit show https://slimmingpillsreview.com/intimate-apparel-at-northlight-school-of-rock-benefit-show/ Thu, 07 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/intimate-apparel-at-northlight-school-of-rock-benefit-show/ “Clothes” resumes Two years after the COVID-19 pandemic forced Northlight Theater to cancel its revival of Lynn Nottage’s “Intimate Apparel” on its first day of airing, director Tasia A. Jones’ production resumes with most of its original cast intact. This includes Mildred Marie Langford, who plays Esther, a black seamstress in Manhattan in 1905 who […]]]>

“Clothes” resumes

Two years after the COVID-19 pandemic forced Northlight Theater to cancel its revival of Lynn Nottage’s “Intimate Apparel” on its first day of airing, director Tasia A. Jones’ production resumes with most of its original cast intact. This includes Mildred Marie Langford, who plays Esther, a black seamstress in Manhattan in 1905 who creates beautiful underwear for her clientele until she is distracted by a marriage proposal from a Caribbean man to whom she wrote. Felicia P. Fields is new to the cast.

Previews at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14 and 21; 8:15-16 April; 7 p.m. April 17; 7:30 p.m. April 20 at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie. The show opens April 22. $30 – $89. COVID-19 precautions: Proof of vaccination and wearing of mask required. (847) 673-6300 or northlight.org.

school rock

Check out some of the opportunities for rising rock stars when educators from the Glenbrook School of Rock perform at Arlington Ale House on Sunday to raise money for the school. The School of Rock Staff Show will also feature students from Northbrook School (3139 Dundee Road, Northbrook) on stage with their musical mentors.

5 p.m., Sunday, April 10, at Arlington Ale House, 111 W. Campbell St., Unit 3, Arlington Heights. $20, with proceeds going to the School of Rock scholarship fund. Get course and program information from the school at (224) 904-ROCK or experience.schoolofrock.com.

]]> Darius Rucker sets date for 2022 Darius & Friends benefit show https://slimmingpillsreview.com/darius-rucker-sets-date-for-2022-darius-friends-benefit-show/ Wed, 06 Apr 2022 16:14:46 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/darius-rucker-sets-date-for-2022-darius-friends-benefit-show/ For the 13th year, Darius Rucker will bring his friends together for a good cause. The country singer has announced that his annual Darius & Friends benefit concert will return to the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Monday, June 6. The show is a major fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and has raised […]]]>

For the 13th year, Darius Rucker will bring his friends together for a good cause. The country singer has announced that his annual Darius & Friends benefit concert will return to the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Monday, June 6.

The show is a major fundraiser for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and has raised over $2.5 million over the years. Rucker – who performs alongside other country artists at the event – says it’s something he looks forward to every year.

“I can’t wait to be back at the Ryman with all of our friends from St. Jude,” he shares. “This show is always a highlight of the year for me because not only does it raise money for a very important cause, but it also allows me to bring some of my best friends together in Nashville for a fun night of amazing music. “

Fans will find out who this year’s “friends” are when Rucker announces the full lineup in the coming weeks. Over the years Jason Aldean, Brooks & Dunn, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Ashley McBryde, Kenny Rogers and many more have joined the series.

Darius & Friends is part of supporting the “Beers and Sunshine” singer in St. Jude. Nearly 15 years ago, Rucker pledged to continue their work to end childhood cancer after visiting the hospital.

“You see these kids who are sick, and they’re so happy to be there, because their caregivers are so loving and generous,” Rucker said in Nashville. tennessian diary in 2021, reflecting on his first visit to the facility in 2008. “And then you find out nobody ever gets a bill. It blew my mind. I was just like, ‘We’ll find a way to help you guys as much as i can.

Tickets for this year’s Darius & Friends show will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. CT on Friday, April 8 at AXS.com.

PHOTOS: Watch Darius Rucker and friends perform to raise funds for St. Jude in 2021

Darius Rucker and some of his famous friends took to the stage in Nashville on Aug. 17 to raise money for St. Jude at his annual Darius & Friends benefit concert. Rucker’s 12th annual event brought together Jason Aldean, Brothers Osborne, John Daly, Keb ‘Mo’, Runaway June and Elvie Shane, raising over $410,000 and bringing his career total to over $2.5 million collected for St. Jude.

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Breland taps Kane Brown and more for benefit show https://slimmingpillsreview.com/breland-taps-kane-brown-and-more-for-benefit-show/ Tue, 29 Mar 2022 15:15:03 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/breland-taps-kane-brown-and-more-for-benefit-show/ Breland hosts a benefit show to support young people in need, and he brings along some of his A-Lister friends from around the country. The one-night-only event, billed as “Breland & Friends,” will take place at Ryman Auditorium on April 12. Special guests of the evening include Kane Brown, Russell Dickerson, Mickey Guyton, Lady A’s […]]]>

Breland hosts a benefit show to support young people in need, and he brings along some of his A-Lister friends from around the country. The one-night-only event, billed as “Breland & Friends,” will take place at Ryman Auditorium on April 12.

Special guests of the evening include Kane Brown, Russell Dickerson, Mickey Guyton, Lady A’s Charles Kelley, Tyler Braden, Restless Road, RaeLynn, Seaforth and Brittney Spencer. Proceeds from the show will benefit the Oasis Center, a Nashville-based nonprofit that supports young people through counseling, a short-term housing program, access to university and more.

“Oasis Center does incredible work with youth in crisis, and their impact on the community of Nashville and beyond is unparalleled,” Breland said in a statement. “I can’t think of a better place to celebrate and fundraise for this amazing organization than the Mother Church itself. Every artist I have with me at the Ryman represents the same selfless ideals as the Oasis Center, and I’m so excited to share the stage with them.”

Breland has worked with several of his guest artists before: He and Guyton dueted a version of Breland’s “Cross Country,” and he and Brown brought their vocal talents to a Crossroads CMT episode led by curious country rapper Nelly. Guyton and Spencer will also appear alongside Breland in an upcoming Amazon Music documentary highlighting the evolution of country music from the perspective of its black artists.

Tickets for “Breland & Friends” at the Ryman are available for purchase now.

Best Country Albums of 2021 – Critics’ Choice

This list of the best country albums of 2021 was curated by the staff of Taste of Country, with the help of fans and considering industry praise and mainstream accessibility.

Best Album of the Year is a traditional country record that makes subtle efforts to include more progressive fans. Elsewhere, find the projects of a dynamic mix of artists and visionaries.

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Viral video: Watch Ram Charan’s wife Upasana enjoy RRR benefit show with fans: The Tribune India https://slimmingpillsreview.com/viral-video-watch-ram-charans-wife-upasana-enjoy-rrr-benefit-show-with-fans-the-tribune-india/ Fri, 25 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/viral-video-watch-ram-charans-wife-upasana-enjoy-rrr-benefit-show-with-fans-the-tribune-india/ Hyderabad, March 25 The most anticipated big budget movie “RRR” has finally hit theaters, setting records and breaking some. Ram Charan’s wife, Upasana Kamineni Konidela, who watched the film with fans on Friday, was seen enjoying the film to the fullest. Ram Charan, who tries out Rama Raju in ‘RRR’, watched the film’s benefit show […]]]>

Hyderabad, March 25

The most anticipated big budget movie “RRR” has finally hit theaters, setting records and breaking some. Ram Charan’s wife, Upasana Kamineni Konidela, who watched the film with fans on Friday, was seen enjoying the film to the fullest.

Ram Charan, who tries out Rama Raju in ‘RRR’, watched the film’s benefit show with his fans at the Bramaramba theater in Hyderabad.

Ram Charan had also taken his wife, Upasana Konidela, to see the film at the theater, along with the fans.

During the film, Upasna has become a Charan fangirl, as she is seen throwing the papers on screen, as she enjoys the show. The visuals have gone viral on social media.

Check out this video that is making the buzz on the internet:

Here’s another view of the fun she had at the multiplex:

SS Rajamouli’s “RRR” director also has Jr. NTR, Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgn, Samuthirakani, Shriya Saran and others in prominent roles.

Produced by DVV Danayya, the epic action drama has music by MM Keeravani.

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Ukrainian benefit show at Strand in Lakewood attracting diverse support https://slimmingpillsreview.com/ukrainian-benefit-show-at-strand-in-lakewood-attracting-diverse-support/ Wed, 23 Mar 2022 09:01:12 +0000 https://slimmingpillsreview.com/ukrainian-benefit-show-at-strand-in-lakewood-attracting-diverse-support/ The phone hasn’t stopped ringing at the Strand Theater in Lakewood. It’s because everyone wants to get involved in the Voices for Ukraine benefit event on Sunday, March 27, said Strand Executive Director Gary Schiavone. “There’s no more room (on stage) – it’s just a wonderful thing,” Schiavone said. “Everyone will be wearing costumes. It’s […]]]>

The phone hasn’t stopped ringing at the Strand Theater in Lakewood.

It’s because everyone wants to get involved in the Voices for Ukraine benefit event on Sunday, March 27, said Strand Executive Director Gary Schiavone.

“There’s no more room (on stage) – it’s just a wonderful thing,” Schiavone said. “Everyone will be wearing costumes. It’s going to be glorious – it really is.

Schiavone talks about the area’s ethical dance and music groups who will be wearing costumes. We’re sure participating rockers Eddie Testa, JT Bowen, The Wag, The Killer Joe Band and more will be wearing their best stage gear.

Halyna Lojko wraps a tree in the colors of the Ukrainian flag on February 24 at her home in Morganville.

“We have the Podhalanie dance group (from Clifton) – they are going to dance with the Polish children because we don’t have enough space anymore, so the Poles are splitting their time with this group,” Schiavone said. “There should easily be 100 dancers so it’s going to be awesome.”

Things started to roll when Kasia Pawka from Polish Complementary School in Lakewood called Schiavone.

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