That's the consensus amongst music fans who are learning more about the Korean-pop boy band. After first gaining attention in the states at the Billboard Music Awards , the boy band also known as Bangtan Boys or Beyond The Scene continues to gain more and more followers and admirers. For those who aren't quite sure what all the excitement is about, we're here to help with a handy five things to know guide. Take a look below. Green Room Essentials : Before performing their hit single "DNA," you may be curious to know what these talented singers need to have in their dressing room.
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As she reached the crescendo of Over the Rainbow — the song which made her a global star aged just 17 — it was unknown to the audience that they were watching her final live performance. Four months later, 47 year-old Garland was found dead in Chelsea, London, after accidentally overdosing on the drugs she had self-medicated with since childhood. The rainbow is gone. Fifty years on, Garland superfan Ross Semple, 27, still listens to that Copenhagen concert religiously. He began watching her films, listening to her music and learning about her life.
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Velvet Goldmine is a musical drama film written and directed by Todd Haynes from a story by Haynes and James Lyons. It is set in Britain during the glam rock days of the early s; it tells the story of a fictional pop star, Brian Slade. The film utilizes non-linear storytelling to achieve exposition while interweaving the vignettes of its various characters. Set in , British journalist Arthur Stuart is writing an article about the withdrawal from public life of s glam rock star Brian Slade following a death hoax ten years earlier, and is interviewing those who had a part in the entertainer's career.
E arlier this summer, while England were licking their World Cup wounds and Cheryl Cole was recovering from malaria, the funniest TV adverts of appeared on our screens. They starred Andy Scott, the guitarist from the s glam rock band Sweet, in the unlikely role of an expert on van insurance. The winning mix of nostalgia and self-parody after explaining how easily a van insurance deal can be found, Scott exclaims "Sweet! Scott, 61, joins an illustrious band of unlikely rock stars who have made the leap to advertising, including Iggy Pop, John Lydon and Alice Cooper. But he admits luck was involved: the owner of the insurance company just happens to be a friend and a lifelong Sweet fan.