Saturday, August 19, 2017
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Lights - All Hail The Queen ... Aretha Franklin has her sights set on nightlife. Reportedly, the ‘Queen of Soul’ is planning to move back to her hometown of Detroit and open a nightclub. The 75-year-old singer currently lives in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Aretha, who announced earlier this year that she’s retiring, says of her latest venture,
"I’m interested in doing a small nightclub downtown, and he (Bruce Schwartz, Detroit relocation ambassador for Bedrock Real Estate Services) and I have been talking about this for a couple of years now and I’m just letting him know I’m still interested. In my retirement plan, I’d like to have a small club here in Detroit."
She already has a name picked out "It would be Aretha’s!"
She continues,"From time to time I would sing, and of course, I would have special artists come in to perform for the city that people in Detroit like — Detroit favorites."
The 'Aretha's' has a nice ring to it!!!
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
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DAMN - Legendary Singer, Actor, Arranger, Songwriter, Producer GLEN CAMPBELL transitioned today. Campbell's life was something straight out of a movie. He did it all, battled it all. 'Lineman For The County' , By The Time I Get To Phoenix' and 'Gentle On My Mind' were my favorite selections, but his entire body of work, was extraordinary. The country music singer Glen Campbell died Tuesday morning after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. He was 81.
A source close to his family said the singer died around 10 a.m. Tuesday in a Nashville facility for Alzheimer’s patients.Over the course of his 50-year career, Campbell released more than 70 albums and had a series of hits including “Gentle on My Mind,” “Wichita Lineman,” “Galveston,” “Country Boy” and his best-selling single, “Rhinestone Cowboy.”
His family released the following statement:
It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather, and legendary singer and guitarist, Glen Travis Campbell, following his long and courageous battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Campbell's wife, Kim, and daughter, Ashley, were on Good Day LA in June to discuss the singer's farewell album "Adiós" and shared with us their favorite Glen Campbell song. Today sadly a part of music died.
The streaming video giant announced Tuesday that the former CBS “Late Show” host has signed on to do a six-episode talk show that will premiere in 2018.
It will be Letterman's first series since retiring from late-night TV in May 2015 after a 33-year run across two networks. The 69-year-old comic’s only TV job since has been as host of an episode of National Geographic Channel’s “Years of Living Dangerously.”
“I feel excited and lucky to be working on this project for Netflix,” Letterman said in a statement. “Here's what I have learned, if you retire to spend more time with your family, check with your family first. Thanks for watching, drive safely.”
In the new series, which does not yet have a name, Letterman will conduct one in-depth interview with a guest per hourlong episode and will appear in segments produced outside a studio setting.
The show is being produced by RadicalMedia, which made the Netflix documentary “What Happened, Miss Simone?” and special “Oh, Hello on Broadway,” and by Letterman’s company Worldwide Pants.
Monday, August 7, 2017
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As Trevor Siemian struggles at Broncos training camp, second-year quarterback Paxton Lynch hasn’t been consistent enough to run away with the starting job.
Both of Denver’s quarterbacks have had up-and-down performances in camp, at times drawing criticism from coach Vance Joseph. A front-runner may emerge once preseason begins and Siemian and Lynch start playing in actual games, but the trend of camp thus far has been interceptions followed by more interceptions.
That has led Darren McKee, co-host of “The Drive” on 104.3 The Fan in Denver, to say that it’s time for the Broncos to sign free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick. “This QB play is unacceptable,” McKee said on Wednesday.
“This QB play is unacceptable,” McKee said on Wednesday.
Former Broncos slot receiver and fellow radio host Brandon Stokley suggested that offensive coordinator Mike McCoy could build the team’s offense around Kaepernick’s strengths.
“If the Broncos bring in Kaepernick, they can design a zone-read offense that works for both him and Paxton Lynch,” Stokley said.
Lynch has been more mobile in training camp than Siemian, and he’s already run a few zone-read plays at practice. If McCoy tailored his offense to Kaepernick’s strengths — something he did successfully with Tim Tebow — Lynch could take over the offense when he’s ready.
Denver was interested in Kaepernick last offseason and tried to trade for him when he was still employed by the 49ers. Broncos general manager John Elway wanted Kaepernick to take a significant pay cut, something the veteran quarterback was unwilling to do.
Denver went on to select Lynch in the first round of last year’s NFL draft, and Elway told the media that the team’s pursuit of Kaepernick had ended. With Lynch unable to run away with the starting job, though, perhaps the Broncos would consider Kaepernick once again.
When asked about Kaepernick in March, Elway said he “never says never” before adding that the team would likely go in a different direction at quarterback. Denver selected Chad Kelly with the final pick of this year’s draft and signed Kyle Sloter as an undrafted free agent. Kelly and Sloter aren’t competing for the starting job, though. Kaepernick would be.