Filmworker – Tony Zierra

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Filmworker

Tony Zierra

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: May 11, 2018


Leon Vitali was a rising British television actor when Stanley Kubrick picked him for the role of Lord Bullingdon in Barry Lyndon. That first encounter with the famed auteur proved decisive — he swiftly resolved to devote the rest of his life working for the director, this time behind the scenes, and took on just about every job available: casting director, acting coach, location scouter, sound engineer, color corrector, A.D., promoter, and eventually restorer of Kubrick’s films. Tony Zierra’s affecting documentary profiles the devoted “filmworker” — Vitali’s preferred job title — as he enthusiastically recounts his days with the notoriously meticulous, volatile and obsessive director. The experiences brought both tremendous sacrifice and glowing pride. Filmworker celebrates the invisible hands that shape masterpieces, reminding us that behind every great director, there is a Leon Vitali.

© © 2018 Kino Lorber

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Chet Baker Live in London Volume II (feat. John Horler, Jim Richardson & Tony Mann) – Chet Baker

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Chet Baker Live in London Volume II (feat. John Horler, Jim Richardson & Tony Mann)

Chet Baker

Genre: Contemporary Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: August 10, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Ubuntu Music

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Tech Support – Tony Hawk Answers Skateboarding Questions From Twitter

Tony Hawk uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about skateboarding. Will there ever be another Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater? What skateboarding trick was the hardest to learn? Are you ever too old to start skating?
Tony also demonstrates how to set up a new skateboard, how to apply griptape, how to do an ollie, how to boardslide, how to do a 540° McTwist and more.
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Thank Tony Soprano and Omar Little for today’s bingeworthy TV

The roots of the current Golden Age of Television run deep, but its seeds can be traced to a pair of HBO dramas that left their mark in the 2000s, for shared reasons as well as two very different ones: “The Sopranos,” because the series turned into an enormous mass-appeal hit; and “The Wire,” because it never did.


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Tony Hale’s Acting Process

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Rachel Brosnahan Attends 2018 Tony Awards Days After Death of Aunt Kate Spade

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Days after the apparent suicide of her aunt Kate Spade, the Marvelous Miss Maisel actress Rachel Brosnahan put on a brave face when she attended the 2018 Tony…


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Tony Awards 2018: Full List of Winners

Andrew Garfield, 2018 Tony Awards, ShowSara Bareilles and Josh Groban on Sunday co-hosted the 2018 Tony Awards, which honor the best of the Broadway stage.
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The Rake – Tony Wash

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The Rake

Tony Wash

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: June 5, 2018


A group of teens are tormented by a mythical creature.

© © 2017 The Rake Movie, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Korg Volca Mix – The Expert Guide – Tony Horgan

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Korg Volca Mix – The Expert Guide

Tony Horgan

Genre: Music

Publish Date: May 23, 2018

Publisher: Tony Horgan

Seller: Tony Horgan


Tony Horgan returns with another amazing Expert Guide, which explains everything you need to know about the Korg Volca Mix in his trademark easy-to-read style. The illustrations, audio demos, step-by-step guides and practical tips will turn you into an expert too. Every control and feature is covered, including cable connections, the Dynamics effect, creating an effects loop and the Lo/Hi Cut section.  The full chapter list: 1. About this book – Hello 2. Connections – Basic set-up – Connect instruments – Sync connections – Listening and recording connections – Effects loop connections (send and return) – Direct effects connections – Connect multiple Volca Mix units – Power connections 3. Width – Creating a stereo image from mono sources 4. Dynamics and Speed – How the Dynamics effect works 5. Tempo, Play and Sync – Control the tempo of each unit 6. Send effects and Aux In – Send knob – Send Out – Send / return effects – Aux In 7. Faders, Mute, Volume, speakers – Setting channel volumes – Setting the main volume level – Muting channels – Speakers 8. Lo/Hi Cut – Using low / high cut 9. Global parameters – Global parameters 10. Further reading

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Vol 1 Created by GodVogue – Tony, Curd

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Vol 1 Created by GodVogue

Tony, Curd

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: May 6, 2018

Publisher: GodVogue

Seller: Tony Curd


This is a Sample LookBook for all brands. Creating a new outlook for Designers and brands!

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Tina Fey, Denzel Washington and others celebrate their Tony nominations

The theater community honors the newest class of Tony nominees. Rough cut (no reporter narration)


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The two productions are among top nominees for Broadway’s Tony awards. Alicia Powell reports.


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Episode 20: Syria chemical attack and Tony Robbins’ apology

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Tony Robbins Issues Apology For Viral Comments Criticizing The #MeToo Movement

Self-help guru Tony Robbins has apologized for critical comments he made about the #MeToo movement in a video that went viral.


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Tony Robbins’ Company Sued for About $23k in Unpaid Jet Fuel

Tony Robbins needs to get motivated — to take care of the fuel bill for his private jet … according to a new suit. The famed life coach’s company, Tony Robbins Productions Inc., is being sued by a jet fuel company called Associated Energy Group for…

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Toe Unit: Karrine Steffans aka Superhead Praises Tony Yayo’s Toe Sucking Talents

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Infamous groupie turned author Karrine Steffans took to Instagram to praise the toe sucking skills of G-Unit rapper Tony Yayo. Yeah, this really happened. 

50 Cent dropped dime on his rap brethren by sharing a clip of one of Tony’s homie’s speaking to thee actual Superhead, and getting all the tea.

Besides calling it the “best toe sucking of all time” she also added Yayo had “dedication, purpose and promise” because he allegedly didn’t even take her Gucci shoes off.

Had she been walking around in these aforementioned Gucci shoes all day? Do you know how filthy the ground is? Now that’s just nasty.

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The Last Boy Scout – Tony Scott

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The Last Boy Scout

Tony Scott

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: December 13, 1991


Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Bruce Willis ("16 Blocks," "Sin City") and Emmy-nominee Damon Wayans (TV's "My Wife and Kids," TV's "In Living Color") team up as an ex-secret service agent and a former pro-football hero who uncover a web of intrigue and corruption in professional sports when they team up to investigate the murder of the football player's stripper girlfriend. Co-starring Academy Award, Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Halle Berry ("Gothika," the "X-Men" features), Noble Willingham ("City Slickers" movies, "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective"), Taylor Negron ("Punchline," "Fast Times at Ridgemont Hight"), Chelsea Field ("Extreme Justice") and Bruce McGill ("Wildcats"). Directed by Emmy-winner Tony Scott ("Man on Fire," "Spy Game," "Top Gun"), and written by Shane Black ("Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang," "Lethal Weapon" series).

© © 1991 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Tony Bennett Celebrates 90 – Tony Bennett

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Tony Bennett Celebrates 90

Tony Bennett

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: December 16, 2016

© ℗ 2016 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Cheek to Cheek – Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga

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Cheek to Cheek

Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 8.99

Release Date: September 23, 2014

© ℗ 2014 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment /Interscope Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Duets: An American Classic – Tony Bennett

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Duets: An American Classic

Tony Bennett

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 25, 2006

© ℗ /(C) 2006 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Rocktopia: A Classical Revolution – Live from Budapest – Rob Evan, Randall Craig Fleischer, Alex Alexander, Henry Aronson, Tony Bruno, David Aaron Carpenter, Matthew Fieldes, Xi.me.na Borges, Chloe lowery, Carrie Mana, Kimberly Nichole, Tony Vincent, Orchestra of the Hungarian State Opera, Hungarian State Opera Chorus & Jazz and More Choir

Rob Evan, Randall Craig Fleischer, Alex Alexander, Henry Aronson, Tony Bruno, David Aaron Carpenter, Matthew Fieldes, Xi.me.na Borges, Chloe lowery, Carrie Mana, Kimberly Nichole, Tony Vincent, Orchestra of the Hungarian State Opera, Hungarian State Opera Chorus & Jazz and More Choir - Rocktopia: A Classical Revolution - Live from Budapest  artwork

Rocktopia: A Classical Revolution – Live from Budapest

Rob Evan, Randall Craig Fleischer, Alex Alexander, Henry Aronson, Tony Bruno, David Aaron Carpenter, Matthew Fieldes, Xi.me.na Borges, Chloe lowery, Carrie Mana, Kimberly Nichole, Tony Vincent, Orchestra of the Hungarian State Opera, Hungarian State Opera Chorus & Jazz and More Choir

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: April 1, 2017


ROCKTOPIA is a revolutionary performance celebrating the fusion of classical music with classic rock. ROCKTOPIA LIVE IN BUDAPEST: A CLASSICAL REVOLUTION was filmed live at the world-famous Hungarian State Opera House in Budapest, conducted by Randall Craig Fleischer. The film features six world-class vocalists, five top notch rock musicians, the 40-member Hungarian Opera Choir and the 65-piece Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra. ROCKTOPIA delivers one-of-a-kind musical arrangements featuring the works of classical composers, rock bands and artists including Mozart, Journey, Handel, U2, Tchaikovsky, Heart, Beethoven, Styx, Foreigner, Rachmaninoff, Pink Floyd, Copland, The Who and more.

© © 2017 Rocktopia LLC

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The Heart of Man – Tony Anderson

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The Heart of Man

Tony Anderson

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: February 9, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Tony Anderson Music. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. Distributed by Catapult.

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Spy Game – Tony Scott

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Spy Game

Tony Scott

Genre: Thriller

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: November 21, 2001


Superstar Brad Pitt teams with Academy Award-winner Robert Redford in this pulse-pounding action thrill ride. When a top-secret, unauthorized mission goes bad, CIA agent Tom Bishop (Pitt) is captured – and sentenced to die. With just 24 hours to get him out alive, Bishop's boss Nathan Muir (Redford) must battle enemies abroad and the system inside the CIA to save his friend. Now, the clock is ticking and the race is on… as the deadliest game of all explodes into the spectacular, adrenaline-fueled thriller that ABC Radio says "Sizzles with suspense!"

© © 2001 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Cheek to Cheek (Deluxe Version) – Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga

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Cheek to Cheek (Deluxe Version)

Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 23, 2014

© ℗ 2014 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment /Interscope Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Duplicity – Tony Gilroy

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Duplicity

Tony Gilroy

Genre: Thriller

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: March 20, 2009


Oscar® winner Julia Roberts and Clive Owen star as two sexy spies-turned-corporate operatives in the midst of a clandestine love affair. When they find themselves on either side of an all-out corporate war, they'll put everything on the line to remain one double-cross ahead in a high-stakes game of cat-and-mouse. From writer/director Tony Gilroy
(seven-time Oscar(r)-nominated Michael Clayton) comes the film critics are raving about: "Roberts and Owen have sizzling chemistry in this instant classic." (Lou Lumenick, New York Post)

© © 2009 Universal Studios and Medienproduktion Poseidon Filmgesellschaft MBH and CO. KG. All Rights Reserved.

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Hellbound: Hellraiser II – Tony Randel

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Hellbound: Hellraiser II

Tony Randel

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: December 23, 1988


In 1988, it emerged as the shocking follow-up to the film that redefined the face of horror. Two decades later, it remains the most brutally original sequel in horror film history. Clare Higgins, Ashley Laurence and Kenneth Cranham co-star in this hit sequel from executive producer Clive Barker that experiences the flesh like no other. The time to play has come again: Surrender yourself to the infernal labyrinth of HELLBOUND: HELLRAISER II.

© © 1996 Lakeshore International Corp. All Rights Reserved.

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Iron Man: My Journey through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath (Unabridged) – Tony Iommi

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Iron Man: My Journey through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath (Unabridged)

Tony Iommi

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 21.95

Publish Date: December 11, 2012

© ℗ © 2012 Tony Iommi

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Michael Clayton – Tony Gilroy

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Michael Clayton

Tony Gilroy

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: September 28, 2007


Michael Clayton (George Clooney) is an in-house "fixer" at one of the largest corporate law firms in New York. At the behest of the firm's co- founder Marty Bach (Sydney Pollack), Clayton, a former prosecutor from a family of cops, takes care of Kenner, Bach and Ledeen's dirtiest work. Clayton cleans up clients' messes, handling anything from hit-and-runs and damaging stories in the press to shoplifting wives and crooked politicians. Though burned out and discontented in his job, Clayton is inextricably tied to the firm. At the agrochemical company U/North, the career of in-house chief counsel Karen Crowder (Tilda Swinton) rests on the settlement of the suit that Kenner, Bach and Ledeen is leading to a seemingly successful conclusion. When the firm's top litigator, the brilliant Arthur Edens (Tom Wilkinson), has an apparent breakdown and tries to sabotage the entire case, Marty Bach sends Michael Clayton to tackle this unprecedented disaster and, in doing so, Clayton comes face to face with the reality of who he has become.

© © 2007 Warner Bros. Entertainment. All Rights Reserved

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Tony Hawk Answers Skateboarding Questions From Twitter

Tony Hawk uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about skateboarding. Will there ever be another Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater? What skateboarding trick was the hardest to learn? Are you ever too old to start skating?
Tony also demonstrates how to set up a new skateboard, how to apply griptape, how to do an ollie, how to boardslide, how to do a 540° McTwist and more.
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True Romance – Tony Scott

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True Romance

Tony Scott

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: September 10, 1993


In Detroit, loner Clarence marries a call girl named Alabama, steals cocaine from her pimp, and tries to sell it in Hollywood. Meanwhile, the owners of the cocaine, the mob, track them down and try to reclaim it.

© © 1993 Morgan Creek Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Someone Like You – Tony Goldwyn

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Someone Like You

Tony Goldwyn

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: March 30, 2001


Ashley Judd brings irresistible fun to this sassy romantic comedy about a young woman looking for Mr. Right… in all the wrong places! Jane Goodale (Judd) is a talk show talent scout whose shaky love life drives her to study the curious mating habits of the male animal. Dizzyingly sexy complications ensue when her research turns her into a revered love guru – and lands her smack in-between hunky heartthrobs Hugh Jackman and Greg Kinnear.

© © 2001 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.

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A Tribute To Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers – EP – Tony Allen

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A Tribute To Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers – EP

Tony Allen

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: May 19, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Decca Records France

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Duets II: The Great Performances – Tony Bennett

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Duets II: The Great Performances

Tony Bennett

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: March 6, 2012

© © 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

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Mr Saukei And Tony Michaels

Tony is helping Mr Saukei shuffling some things around and the damn fool pulls his back. To make him feel better Mr Saukei gets right on top of that fine piece of ass. The dicks are rock hard and the fuckin is off tha chain fa sho! Mr Saukei makes that ass all his, mercilessly pounding away with sweat spraying all over the damn place. The two be gettin one hell of a nutilicious workout!

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The Heart of Man – Tony Anderson

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The Heart of Man

Tony Anderson

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: February 9, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Tony Anderson Music. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. Distributed by Catapult.

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Challenge Kiss: Have Tony And Camila Ruined Their Games?

‘Challenge XXX’ competitors Tony and Camila kissed during tonight’s episode.
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Tony Bennett Celebrates 90 – Tony Bennett

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Tony Bennett Celebrates 90

Tony Bennett

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: December 16, 2016

© ℗ 2016 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Batman: Endgame Special Edition (2015-) #1 – James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo & Tony S. Daniel

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Batman: Endgame Special Edition (2015-) #1

James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo & Tony S. Daniel

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: September 26, 2015

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


Batman Day is here! Celebrate the Dark Knight with BATMAN: ENDGAME SPECIAL EDITION #1! In this special edition issue, the Joker returns to Gotham City with a new mindset. After years of playing games, he's finally going to do what he's danced around for years. He's going to kill Batman. And he's going to do it using those who Batman loves the most: the Justice League. This special edition comic features the first chapter to BATMAN VOL. 7: ENDGAME—the biggest, boldest story that the #1 New York Times best-selling creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo have told to date—as well as an exclsuive, all-original 8-page prologue to BATMAN AND ROBIN ETERNAL #1 from the mind of Scott Snyder! This special edition comic is the first chapter to BATMAN VOL. 7: ENDGAME—the biggest, boldest story that the #1 New York Times best-selling creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo have told to date.

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Indy And Tony Michaels

Indy and Tony Michaels are interracial lovers who cant get enough thick, tasty man meat!

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Blond Sky, Tony James

Blonde Sky is new to this whole anonymous sex thing. She picked Dimino up at a club after using one of those new chat room things online and meeting him there. Now that they’re back at his place she’s a little worried that she might have made a mistake until he caresses her leg with such a luscious gentle touch that she feels herself lean into himi. His hand reaches further up and finds her shaven pussy getting juicy for him, so he dips down for a quick taste and finds her warm folds so inviting he has to drill her right away!

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Misha, Sasha, Tony

This is one truly lucky mother fucker right here! Porn stud Tony lies flat on his back as stunning identical twins Sasha and Misha take turns riding him. However, these sweeties also insist on receiving their own pleasure, swapping around from fucking their twats up and down on the pecker to sitting on Tony’s face, demanding oral pleasure! His pecker is leaking sperm continually as he tongues and fingers those moist twats – both of these divas are stunning, and they’ve also got hot, firm bodies and amazing sexual skills. He finishes the hotties in a hot missionary fuck they also don’t mind going slit to mouth on each others’ sopping pussies.

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Tony Robbins Explains How to Beat Trump

If you have been following my Master Wizard Hypothesis series, you know I called Tony Robbins the best hypnotist in the world. His job is motivating people to improve their lives, and apparently he is amazing at it. His persuasion skills trace back to famous hypnotist Milton Erickson, same as mine. Robbins has added lots of layers to that learning, but his understanding of how people are influenced is similar to my world view, and probably quite different from yours.

Many of you have asked me how to design a Linguistic Kill Shot that would take out Trump. I keep saying I don’t know how, because his defenses are so solid. His Trump persona can shake off almost anything.

But what does Tony Robbins think? Business Insider asked Robbins how Trump’s opponents can beat him. Listen to Robbins’ answer and tell me who he expects to be our next president.

Convinced yet? 

Oh, and I forgot to tell you I wrote a book that is relevant to the topic of our Moist Robot selves. 

Update: If you want to boost your blog traffic, try posting about Taylor Swift, followed closely by a post on how to keep Trump out of the White House. Traffic just spiked hard.


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American History X – Tony Kaye

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American History X

Tony Kaye

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: October 28, 1998


Academy Award-nominee for his leading role, Edward Norton (Fight Club, The Illusionist) delivers a searing performance as Derek, a former neo-Nazi skinhead whose life was almost destroyed by his own hatred–and who now struggles to prevent his younger brother Danny (played by Edward Furlong Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Pecker) from following in his footsteps.

© © 1998 New Line Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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The Walking Dead #1 – Robert Kirkman & Tony Moore

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The Walking Dead #1

Robert Kirkman & Tony Moore

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: October 3, 2003

Publisher: Image Comics

Seller: Image Comics, Inc.


Rick Grimes, Sheriff of a small town in Kentucky awakes in a hospital. Comatose after being shot while on duty, Rick finds the world abandoned of all things living and is faced with walking undead, who attack him on sight. He returns home to find his family, son Carl and wife Lori, gone. He meets his new neighbor, who points him towards Atlanta. After retrieving supplies from the abandoned Police Station, Rick sets off to Atlanta to search for his family. 

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EXCLUSIVE: Tony The Tiger Victim Of Food Terrorist Plot?

Is someone kidding around with beloved breakfast cereal mascot Tony the Tiger with a series of viral videos showing him helping a sex worker, a suicide bomber and a police officer who savagely beats a female suspect?

Or is a food terrorist trying to commit a cereal killing by making Tony look bad?

Kellogg Co. said it had nothing to do with what it called “offensive” videos posted this week showing its Frosted Flakes mascot behaving badly. Evidence uncovered by The Huffington Post suggests a well-known food activist, Jani Leinonen, may be involved.

The latest video shows a battered woman named Anna seated inside a California cafe.

“Last night I experienced the worst physical abuse of my life, for no reason,” reads a description of the video at tonyisback.com. “I feel so humiliated, betrayed, my whole body is aching. I am angry but I have not found the courage to fight back. I was so lost, but Tony came and encouraged me to go ahead with my plan to show people.”

Tony the Tiger, in the video, encourages Anna to go through with her “plan” by eating a bowl of sugary Frosted Flakes — “They’re grrrrreat,” he says in his trademark shout.

After eating a bit of the cereal, Anna stands up and shows she has a bomb strapped to her chest, which detonates as the video ends.

Actress Gina Ferranti shared a video still shot from the film on Instagram, The Huffington Post’s investigation shows. Ferranti lists the role on her acting resume, which identifies the director and production company responsible for “Tony.”

Ferranti, through her agent, declined to comment. The “Tony” listing on her resume was removed Friday night, after this article was published.

Ferranti’s resume identified the “Tony” director as Jani Leinonen, an artist from Finland who has been linked to a group of health-food activists called the Food Liberation Army.

The organization was responsible for the Jan. 31, 2010, theft of a life-size Ronald McDonald statue from a McDonald’s fast food restaurant in central Helsinki, according to NPR.org. The kidnappers threatened to decapitate Ronald unless McDonald’s answered questions about the quality of its food and its work ethics. Finnish police identified Leinonen as a suspect and  jailed him for 30 hours, according to a report on the art news website we-make-money-not-art.com.

Leinonen didn’t respond to a request for comment from HuffPost on Friday.

In her resume, Ferranti identified the company that filmed “Tony” as Route 1, a Los Angeles-based firm that provides production services. 

Route 1’s website says the company has worked with a number of well-known corporations, including Kellogg. Route 1’s show reel includes two commercials for Kellogg’s Special K products. The website was taken down after this article was published.

Route 1 recently shared a photo on its Facebook page that shows its ”amazing crew” with Jani Leinonen at the Malibu Pier.

“Thank you Tero, Jani, Anti, and Jani #2 for trusting us with your amazing project,” the post reads.

Route 1 says on Twitter it is a “sister company” of First Breath Films, which boasted of its “controversial” new films in a May 22 Facebook post: 

Route 1 responded to a HuffPost query on Facebook. An unnamed person wrote to say “my boss said to tell you” that Route 1 is a “service company” hired by artists and production companies and has “no say or input into the content in any way.”

Jason Lehel of First Breath Films on Friday night said his company “has nothing to do with the Tony shoot.”

A Kellogg spokesperson, who replied to questions without providing a name, said Friday that the company has no relationship with Leinonen, but didn’t say whether it had worked with Route 1.

“As a company grounded in the values of integrity and respect, we recognize people’s right to creative expression,” the Kellogg spokesperson said in an email. “We also believe these videos are offensive and make light of serious issues that deserve real dialogue. Tony is a beloved icon and we will protect the integrity of our brands and our characters.”

This article has been updated to include comments from Route 1 and First Breath Films and to note that the listing for the “Tony” video on Ferranti’s online resume and the Route 1 website both were taken down Friday night.

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Tony The Tiger Helps Sex Worker In Grrreatly Offensive Prank Video

Tony the Tiger typically helps young kids seize the day in his Frosted Flakes cereal ads. But a new prank video shows the cartoon mascot helping a distressed sex worker hook new customers.

In the video, which surfaced online Wednesday, two men argue about which one of them will patronize a 43-year-old sex worker named Candy.

“You can ride the baloney pony,” a man says as he counts a fistful of money in front of Candy.

“You can have her,” says the man’s unimpressed friend.

“No, I don’t want her,” replies the man with the money. “You’re stuck with her.”

The video cuts to a depressed Candy, who is walking down the street alongside her cereal pimp, who apparently has a position on sex work: “It’s gr-e-e-a-t!”

“I don’t care Tony, it’s such a stupid job anyway,” Candy tells the sugar-coated-cereal-pushing cartoon tiger.

Tony assures Candy she’ll “show them” and then encourages her to eat a “complete breakfast with my vitamin packed frosted flakes” and promises they’ll “bring out the tiger” in her: ”They’re grrrrreat.”

The video, which you can watch above, only gets more offensive from there. As tasteless as it may be for some, the video is apparently part of a larger prank. It appears to have originated from a new website called tonyisback.com, which as adweek.com points out, does a good job of mimicking the real Kellogg’s website.

“I’ve helped so many kids to solve their everyday problems over the years,” reads a statement on the website. “I contacted ten people who were children 30 years ago in my Frosted Flakes commercials, and asked them what their problems are now in their 40’s. See how I helped them!”

The website promises additional videos will be forthcoming.

“Wait till you see tomorrow’s video,” reads a message on the website. “It’s even better than Candy’s.”

The creators of the site did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Huffington Post.

However, the Kellogg Company did confirm Tony is not a sugar daddy.

“The website and video have absolutely nothing to do with Kellogg,” the company said in a statement emailed to The Huffington Post. “Tony is a beloved icon and we will protect the integrity of our brands and our characters.”

 

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Batman: Endgame Special Edition (2015-) #1 – James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo & Tony S. Daniel

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Batman: Endgame Special Edition (2015-) #1

James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo & Tony S. Daniel

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: September 26, 2015

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


Batman Day is here! Celebrate the Dark Knight with BATMAN: ENDGAME SPECIAL EDITION #1! In this special edition issue, the Joker returns to Gotham City with a new mindset. After years of playing games, he's finally going to do what he's danced around for years. He's going to kill Batman. And he's going to do it using those who Batman loves the most: the Justice League. This special edition comic features the first chapter to BATMAN VOL. 7: ENDGAME—the biggest, boldest story that the #1 New York Times best-selling creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo have told to date—as well as an exclsuive, all-original 8-page prologue to BATMAN AND ROBIN ETERNAL #1 from the mind of Scott Snyder! This special edition comic is the first chapter to BATMAN VOL. 7: ENDGAME—the biggest, boldest story that the #1 New York Times best-selling creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo have told to date.

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Ashby – Tony McNamara

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Ashby

Tony McNamara

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: June 30, 2015


Awkward Ed Wallis (Nat Wolff) moves to a new town with his single mom (Sarah Silverman) and needs help fitting in. Brainier than his peers, Ed figures playing high school football might be good way to make more friends, but his only new friend Eloise (Emma Roberts) thinks it's odd. When Ed gets an assignment to write an essay about someone from an older generation, he introduces himself to his neighbor Ashby Holt (Mickey Rourke) and the two embark on an unlikely, immediate friendship. Ashby's style of tough love takes some getting used to but, overtime, Ed learns a lot from Ashby including how to be courageous.which is very much needed when he learns his new best friend is a former CIA assassin.

© ©2015 Ashby, the Movie, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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The Silver Lining – The Songs of Jerome Kern – Tony Bennett & Bill Charlap

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The Silver Lining – The Songs of Jerome Kern

Tony Bennett & Bill Charlap

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 10.99

Expected Release Date: September 25, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

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In this digital age of the World Wide Woman (WWW), wherein an Instagram feed of a stylish stranger located on the other side of the planet is as transportive as unused frequent flyer miles, there is simply no dearth of beguiling international cool girls to discover and fall for.

Hence, why we poured over the timeline of South African style maven, Tony Gum. A native of Cape Town, South Africa, Gum maintains a highly curated page that reads, well, just as her bio decrees: “like a Wes Anderson palette” featuring her and her circle of equally creative friends.

Awash with pastels and dashes of bold American sportswear, the twenty-year-old makes references as disparate as the 1978 cult Jamaican movie Rockers and the New York Yankees with her personal style and artwork which often overlap. The aspiring photographer and model reimagines the very notion of branding with tongue-in-cheek flair; her “Coca Cola” series, for example, reconfigures the signature red flame bottles as everything from a headdress to a hotdog.

Here, she reveals her style influences, her favorite local shopping haunts, and what’s trending in Cape Town right now.

 



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She’s a big fan of Marni and South African designers, alike:

I’m in love with Consuelo Castiglioni designs [for Marni]; Celeste Arendse’s line, Selfi; and South African designer, Anees Petersen’s label, Young and Lazy.

My favorite local stores have to be the Corner Store CPT, Superbalist, and Merchants on Long, which stocks another favorite, MaXhosa by Laduma.

Wes Anderson nerds, Jamaican Rastafarians, and Tim Burton outcasts give her plenty of style cues:

I’m inspired by [director, Wes Anderson’s] choice of color, specifically in The Grand Budapest Hotel. My favorite movie moment comes from [Edward Scissorhands in] Tim Burton’s suburbia scene, when Edward Scissorhands and his mother drive through the highly stylized neighborhood. In both of these films, these incredible directors have made my love for pastel grow fonder. Rockers is [also] so brilliant! It’s a 1978 Jamaican film by Theodoros Bafaloukos that I discovered on Instagram.

 



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Reworking classic branded advertisements for present times has become her calling card:

Adidas is a classic brand that I’ve come to admire from a young age. I still remember how cool my brothers used to look pairing their Adidas sandals with their Adidas socks. I guess I have a thing for timeless brands and how they reenvision their advertisements.

Cape Town’s fashion and youth culture is brimming over with possibilities:

Almost everybody in Cape Town wants to be unique and there are many subcultures such as hip-hop heads, Pantsula devotees, hippies, grunge, dapper folks, etc. . . . Influences and microtrends of the diverse divisions are represented through accessories like bucket hats, unisex wide-brim hats, facial piercings, layered bracelets, and big bags.

 



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Cape Town’s coolest hangouts from the city’s It girl:

Yourstruly café is a charming hotspot for a lunch/dinner out or even a coffee date. A lifestyle district situated in Cape Town, Kloof Street specializes in gourmet food, homemade pizza, coffee, and fine art. The Waiting Room would be your best bet to spend your Friday night out filled with groovy music and good hip-hop to accompany the soul—it’s so swell.

First Thursday is an occasion to browse galleries till 9:00 p.m. and wander the city center. Basically, it’s a gateway to the works of fine artists as well as a social event for charismatic creatives.

 



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The Bourne Legacy – Tony Gilroy

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The Bourne Legacy

Tony Gilroy

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: August 10, 2012


The Bourne Legacy takes the action-packed Bourne series to an explosive new level. On the verge of having their conspiracy exposed, members of the government’s intelligence community will stop at nothing to erase all evidence of their top secret programs – even the agents involved. Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) must use his genetically-engineered skills to survive the ultimate game of cat-and-mouse and finish what Jason Bourne started. Also starring Academy Award® winner Rachel Weisz and Academy Award® nominee Edward Norton, critics are calling this a "thrilling, edge-of-your-seat heart-pounder” (Meg Porter Berns, WSVN-TV (FOX), Miami).

© © 2012 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Man On Fire (2004) – Tony Scott

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Man On Fire (2004)

Tony Scott

Genre: Action & Adventure

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Release Date: April 21, 2004


Hard-drinking, burnt-out ex-CIA operative John Creasy (Denzel Washington) has given up on life–until his friend Rayburn (Academy Award winner Christopher Walken) gets him a job as a bodyguard to nine-year-old Pita Ramos (Dakota Fanning). Bit by bit, Creasy begins to reclaim his soul, but when Pita is kidnapped, Creasy unleashes a firestorm of apocalyptic vengeance against everyone responsible.

© © 2004 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

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Tony Stewart Sued — Kevin Ward’s Parents … Tony Recklessly Killed Our Son

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Seasons – Tony Anderson

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Seasons

Tony Anderson

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 8.91

Release Date: April 15, 2014

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Days of Thunder – Tom Cruise, Donald E. Stewart, Robert Towne & Tony Scott

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Days of Thunder

Tom Cruise, Donald E. Stewart, Robert Towne & Tony Scott

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: June 27, 1990


From the engine roar and fever pitch of professional stock car racing, Days of Thunder explodes with the most spectacular racing action ever captured on film. Tom Cruise plays race car driver Cole Trickle, whose talent and ambition are surpassed only by his burning need to win. Discovered by businessman Tim Daland (Randy Quaid), Cole is teamed with legendary crew chief and car-builder Harry Hogge (Academy Award®-winner Robert Duvall) to race for the Winston Cup at the Daytona 500. A fiery crash nearly ends Cole's career and he must turn to a beautiful doctor (Nicole Kidman) to regain his nerve and the true courage needed to race, to win and to live.

© © 1999 Paramount Pictures.

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Live At Montreux 2011 Invitation To Illumination – Carlos Santana, John McLaughlin, Cindy Blackman-Santana, Dennis Chambers, David K. Matthews, Tommy Anthony, Raul Rekow, Etienne Mbappe, Benny Rietveld, Tony Lindsay & Andy Vargas

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Live At Montreux 2011 Invitation To Illumination

Carlos Santana, John McLaughlin, Cindy Blackman-Santana, Dennis Chambers, David K. Matthews, Tommy Anthony, Raul Rekow, Etienne Mbappe, Benny Rietveld, Tony Lindsay & Andy Vargas

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: January 1, 2013


On July 1st, 2011, Montreux hosted the reunion of two master guitarists Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin with their Invitation To Illumination concert. Both musicians have been regulars at Montreux across the years but this was the first time they headlined their own concert together. The show features most of the tracks from their classic 1973 album "Love Devotion Surrender" mixed in with a wealth of other material. The evening was a showcase of supreme musical virtuosity and spirituality and typified the approach of these two great artists. It is certainly a performance not to be missed.

© © 2013 Fondation du Festival de Jazz de Montreux, exclusively licensed to Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd

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Camden – Tony Tillman

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Camden

Tony Tillman

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 9.99

Expected Release Date: August 7, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Reflection Music Group

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Tony Bennett: MTV Unplugged the Video – Tony Bennett

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Tony Bennett: MTV Unplugged the Video

Tony Bennett

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: July 2, 1997


Tony Bennett has the amazing ability to take a song and make it his own. In fact, Time magazine said of Tony that there are "no definitive versions of songs, just definitive singers." Tony's appearance on MTV Unplugged, which is marked by its 20th Anniversary in 2014, was a watershed moment that began a sustained and unparalleled level of artistic and industry achievement highlighted by the album of the same name winning the Album of the Year Grammy, multi-platinum releases and a string of Grammy awards that followed. Tony Bennett's MTV Unplugged: The Video features 22 of Tony's greatest songs recorded in the unplugged setting. Also included are several bonus tracks — the music video for "Steppin' Out With My Baby" (from the Steppin' Out album) — plus exclusive interview footage featuring Tony Bennett, Elvis Costello and others.

© © 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Duets II: The Great Performances – Tony Bennett

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Duets II: The Great Performances

Tony Bennett

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: March 6, 2012

© © 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

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Tony Iommi Releases New Signature Model Guitar

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Top Gun (1986) – Tony Scott

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Top Gun (1986)

Tony Scott

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 14.99

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Release Date: May 12, 1986


A hip, heart-pounding combination of action, music and incredible aerial photography helped make Top Gun the blockbuster hit of 1986. Top Gun takes a look at the danger and excitement that awaits every pilot at the Navy's prestigious fighter weapons school. Tom Cruise is superb as Maverick Mitchell, a daring young flyer who's out to become the best. And Kelly McGillis sizzles as the civilian instructor who teaches Maverick a few things you can't learn in a classroom.

© © 2004 Paramount Pictures

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Hotline – Tony Shaff

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Hotline

Tony Shaff

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: January 1, 2014


HOTLINE looks at the intimate conversations that occur anonymously between strangers. From phone sex operators that buck industry standards by advertising their services with their real photos, to New York City's only suicide hotline that doesn't trace its calls, to the iconic spokeswoman of the Psychic Readers Network, Ms. Cleo, HOTLINE takes viewers behind the scenes and lets them eavesdrop on conversations that are intensely personal. While we are told that the telephone is an obsolete technology, many hotlines are experiencing record high numbers of calls. At a time when people spend more time on the internet and using mobile phones for reasons other than chatting, HOTLINE seeks to open up a conversation about how we deal with loneliness and isolation. . . and how sometimes the help and support we need can come only from a stranger.

© © 2014 Hotline, LLC

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A Wonderful World – Tony Bennett & k.d. lang

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A Wonderful World

Tony Bennett & k.d. lang

Genre: Vocal Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: October 30, 2002

© ℗ 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Duets: An American Classic – Tony Bennett

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Duets: An American Classic

Tony Bennett

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 25, 2006

© ℗ /(C) 2006 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Probable Cause – Tony Chicago

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Probable Cause

Tony Chicago

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: June 21, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Tony L.Russell

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Unstoppable (2010) – Tony Scott

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Unstoppable (2010)

Tony Scott

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: November 12, 2010


Oscar-winner Denzel Washington and Star Trek's Chris Pine team with action maestro Tony Scott in this non-stop thriller. A massive unmanned locomotive, nicknamed "The Beast" and loaded with toxic cargo, roars through the countryside, vaporizing anything put in front of it. A veteran engineer (Washington) and a young conductor (Pine), aboard another train in the runaway's path, devise an incredible plan to try and stop it — and prevent certain disaster in a heavily populated area.

© © 2010 Twentieth Century Fox

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The Taking of Pelham 123 – Tony Scott

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The Taking of Pelham 123

Tony Scott

Genre: Thriller

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: November 3, 2009


In "The Taking of Pelham 123," Denzel Washington stars as New York City subway dispatcher Walter Garber, whose ordinary day is thrown into chaos by an audacious crime: the hijacking of a subway train. John Travolta stars as Ryder, the criminal mastermind who, as leader of a highly-armed gang of four, threatens to execute the train's passengers unless a large ransom is paid within one hour. As the tension mounts beneath his feet, Garber employs his vast knowledge of the subway system in a battle to outwit Ryder and save the hostages. But there's one riddle Garber can't solve: even if the thieves get the money, how can they possibly escape?

© © 2009 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. and Beverly Blvd LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Rockshow – Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney, Denny Laine, Jimmy McCulloch, Joe English, Howie Casey, Tony Dorsey, Steve Howard Jr. & Thaddeus Richard

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Rockshow

Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney, Denny Laine, Jimmy McCulloch, Joe English, Howie Casey, Tony Dorsey, Steve Howard Jr. & Thaddeus Richard

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 15.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: January 1, 2013


In 1975 and 1976 Paul McCartney and Wings undertook the epic Wings over the World tour, the largest scale tour they would ever undertake as a band. From this tour came both the legendary "Wings over America" triple live album and the concert film "Rockshow". Although filmed on this tour at the enormous Kingdome in Seattle, "Rockshow", originally a cut down version of the concert, was not premiered until November 1980 in New York and April 1981 in London. It was released on Betamax and later on laserdisc. Now for the first time the complete full length concert is being made available fully restored from the original 35mm film and with restored & remastered sound, including a 5.1 mix for the first time. This is Paul McCartney and Wings live on stage in a concert that is destined to live forever!

© © 2013 MPL Communications Inc. under exclusive license to Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd

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Billboard 200 Chart Moves: Tony Awards Spur 78% Sales Gain for Cast Albums

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DC Sneak Peek: Deathstroke (2015) #1 – Tony S. Daniel & Peter Nguyen

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DC Sneak Peek: Deathstroke (2015) #1

Tony S. Daniel & Peter Nguyen

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: May 13, 2015

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


Slade Wilson reflects on his recent family troubles as he is drawn into another family's conflict—the Gods of Olympus! This ALL-NEW FREE 8-page preview by Tony S. Daniel and Jim Bonny leads right into the start of the “GOD KILLER” story arc in DEATHSTROKE #7!

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Movements of the Heart – Tony Anderson

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Movements of the Heart

Tony Anderson

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: August 20, 2012

© ℗ 2012 Catapult

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Channeling French Girl Cool on Broadway: The Story of the Costumes for Tony Favorite An American in Paris

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There is a powerful moment in the first act of Christopher Wheeldon’s Tony-nominated reimagining of An American in Paris, when the full dance company converges on stage, postwar customers and shop girls of the city’s iconic Galeries Lafayette. Amid the swirl of perfume bottles and bolts of vendeuse toile, arranged somehow imperceptibly in a row at the proscenium edge, there bursts forth a tableau of models posed down to the gloved fingertip, almost exactly like the iconic John French photograph of Christian Dior’s 1947 New Look collection. That was Mr. Dior’s clarion call to women for a return to beauty and femininity in a beleaguered city aching to rediscover its glory—on Wheeldon’s stage, the sight makes for a message equally as important to the lovelorn characters of this new production, widely considered a top contender for this year’s Best Musical Award.



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An American in Paris carries with it a long, beloved history, of course, based on George Gershwin’s work of the same name, and made classic in the Vincente Minelli film version starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron. To create his own vision of a liberated Paris, Wheeldon enlisted Broadway veteran Bob Crowley for the sets and costumes to tell the story of Lise, a young dancer played by Leanne Cope, and American GI painter Jerry Mulligan (Robert Fairchild).

Crowley’s efforts this season have garnered an impressive four Tony nominations: two for the set and costume design for An American in Paris, one for the sets in Skylight, and another for the Cheever-esque getups worn by Helen Mirren in The Audience.



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It is the idea of the Parisian woman, her confidence and ease in dressing, at that moment in her history that the costume designer so masterfully captures in his clothes, through the sculptured formality of the Dior silhouettes as well as Lise’s swingy skirts and dresses. “They just have it for free and it’s like it’s in the water they drink. I don’t know what it is,” says Crowley, when asked to speculate on just what “it” is about the enviable timeless cool of French style. “We have to work so hard at it, but they don’t.”

For him the true challenge was merging that elusive quality with the choreography of the show. “I can’t remember the last time there was this much ballet on Broadway and I think people are finding it really refreshing,” Crowley says.



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To get the right movement in the garment, so necessary for the dancers, Crowley looked to the synthetic fabrics that were just coming out at the time. “There was a lot of rayon. You know, that manmade fabric was coming through from the thirties, and that moves brilliantly as opposed to wool or a serge or tweed or anything like that. So all the fabrics move really, really beautifully.” The way Crowley’s nimble designs flicker on Cope’s birdlike body is a careful study in lightness and freedom, much like the hopes of Paris at the time, which was rediscovering itself after the darkness of the occupation, set to Gershwin’s music, written a full decade before the war.

The collaboration of director and costumer proved a perfect match as well. Wheeldon, a dancer who also choreographed the show, was acutely aware of the way the costumes would function on a dancer’s body, the flourishes and punctuation it can add to the choreography. Says Crowley: “I would show him [Wheeldon] the shapes and I would say, is there enough fabric in this skirt? Can she do everything in this?” Which, of course, is the true test of Parisian style.



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Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga: Cheek To Cheek LIVE! features live vocal duet and solo performances of jazz standards from the Great American Songbook performed by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga. Filmed on July 28, 2014, at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall, the special evening aired as part of the PBS Arts Fall Festival 2014 on THIRTEEN's Great Performances. The set includes "It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)," "Sophisticated Lady," "Lush Life," and "Anything Goes," from Bennett and Gaga's critically acclaimed #1 album Cheek To Cheek released on Streamline/Columbia/Interscope Records . The stars are joined by a 39-piece orchestra conducted by Jorge Calandrelli, soloists Chris Botti on trumpet and David Mann on tenor sax, and jazz musicians associated with both artists including members of Bennett's quartet, Mike Renzi, Gray Sargent, Harold Jones and Marshall Wood, and Lady Gaga's quintet, including Brian Newman, Paul Francis, Steven Kortyka, Michael Scott Ritchie, and Alex Smith. Presented here by LG Electronics USA in 4K Ultra HD resolution, the special features stunning set and lighting design from award-winning stage director Robert Wilson. Directed for television by David Horn, Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga: Cheek To Cheek LIVE! is a co-production of THIRTEEN Productions LLC and Interscope Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Mitch Owgang is a producer on the project, and Phil Hack serves as line producer. Additionally, Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga, Danny Bennett and Bobby Campbell are executive producers. For Great Performances, Bill O'Donnell is series producer and David Horn is executive producer. Great Performances is funded by the Anne Ray Charitable Trust, the Irene Diamond Fund, the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Arts Fund, the LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust, Rosalind P. Walter, The Agnes Varis Trust, The Starr Foundation, The Philip and Janice Levin Foundation, and PBS.

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Bakery Goofs By Making ‘My Little Tony’ Cake For Birthday Party

An Italian bakery has egg on its face after confusing a request for a “My Little Pony” cake for one featuring an obscure crooner named “Little Tony.”

When the employees of a pastry shop in Gangi, Sicily, were asked to make a birthday cake for a 9-year-old girl’s birthday party, they mistakenly heard “My Little Tony,” instead of “My Little Pony,” the Telegraph reports.

Consequently, the girl’s cake featured a bouffant-haired singer in a white jacket, not a bright pink pony with a blue mane.

The singer on the cake, “Little Tony” Ciacci, was an Elvis-style Italian singer popular in Great Britain and Italy in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

Since the girl had never heard of “Little Tony,” officials for Codacons, Italy’s consumer association, said the girl and her family would be within their rights to sue the bakery for a lot of dough, according to the Telegraph.

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Jazz Fest Day 3: Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett, Allen Toussaint, Pitbull & More

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Songlines world music awards honor Afrobeat pioneer Tony Allen

File photo of Nigerian singer Tony Allen performing at the Mawazine Festival in RabatBy Angus MacSwan LONDON (Reuters) – Nigerian artists spanning five decades of music-making took honors in Songlines magazine's 2015 awards, with Afrobeat pioneer and drummer Tony Allen winning Best Artist and Ibibio Sound Machine picked as Best Newcomers. The Malian father and son duo of Toumani Sidiki Diabate were named Best Group for their work highlighting the griot (story teller) tradition in the awards, announced on Thursday. The Kronos Quartet, usually associated with classical music, took the Cross-Cultural Collaboration award for an album embracing the music of countries ranging from Syria to China. Allen, 74, was nominated for his "Film of Life" album but the award was as much a recognition of his lifetime achievements, Songlines editor-in-chief Simon Broughton said.



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The Tony Nominations Are In!

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With the announcement of the 2015 Tony Awards nominations this morning, a busy and better-than-average Broadway season begins its crescendo toward Sunday, June 7, when the winners will be announced, in a ceremony broadcast on CBS and cohosted by Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming, from Radio City Music Hall. (IMHO, the Tonys, not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, should be known as nerd prom.)

The headline news from the nominations is the head-to-head battle for Best Musical between Fun Home, the heart-rending family drama in song based on the cartoonist Alison Bechdel’s graphic memoir of the same name, and An American in Paris, the airborne stage adaptation of the beloved MGM musical that brings ballet to Broadway, both of which received twelve nominations. Both are critical darlings and audience pleasers, but I’d put my money on An American in Paris simply because a buoyant love story between an American ex-GI and a French gamine set in post-World War II Paris probably has more commercial appeal than a bleakly comic account of a lesbian cartoonist’s coming to terms with her closeted gay father’s suicide in Reagan-era Pennsylvania, and Tony voters (unlike Oscar voters) tend to vote for the box office. That said, watch for Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron to win for Fun Home’s knockout score.



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I wouldn’t put much hope in the chances of the other nominees in the category, the bawdy Shakespeare musical Something Rotten! (ten nominations) and the dark Kander and Ebb adaptation of Dürrenmatt’s The Visit (five nominations). Other new musicals this season didn’t fare as well, nomination-wise, with Gigi receiving just one and It Shoulda Been You, Doctor Zhivago, Living on Love, and the critical flop-commercial blockbuster Finding Neverland earning a combined total of zero.

But forgive me if I doff my stone-hearted critic’s hat for a moment and put on my beaming sonny boy’s knee pants to report that the numeral that means the most to me is nine. That’s the number of combined nominations earned between the critically heralded revivals of On the Town and On the Twentieth Century, both of whose books and lyrics were written by my father Adolph Green and his partner Betty Comden, and boy do I wish that my dad were here to see two of his shows a) running on Broadway right next door to each other, and b) competing for Best Revival of a Musical. The third contender in the category is Rodgers and Hammerstein’s glorious The King and I, which earned an impressive nine nominations, and though a case could be made for any of the three to deserve to win, I can’t help but root for the family honor. If I had my druthers, the award would go to On the Town, the first musical by my father and Comden, Leonard Bernstein, and Jerome Robbins, which exudes youthful bravado and élan and features rapturous music by Bernstein that is as gorgeous as anything ever written for the stage. (Joshua Bergasse’s exuberant dances pay homage to Robbins, and the race for Best Choreography will be between him and An American in Paris’s Christopher Wheeldon.)



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Despite a number of very fine plays on the boards, this wasn’t a season for bold, groundbreaking new dramas. Nick Payne’s brainy and heartfelt Constellations, which I loved, failed to get nominated for Best Play, though Robert Askins’s hilarious and profane Hand to God, which originated off-Broadway to become a sleeper hit, did. (Peter Morgan’s The Audience also got snubbed.) Among the other nominees, I wasn’t as big a fan of Disgraced as everyone else was, and though I devoured Wolf Hall Parts One & Two as if I were binge-watching them on Netflix, for me the production carried the day more than the plays themselves. My pick is The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which though it also relies heavily on superb (and in this case eye-popping) stagecraft, is a beautiful and expert adaptation of Mark Haddon’s novel by the prolific Simon Stephens.

Similarly, I expect the recent Juilliard grad Alex Sharp to win Best Leading Actor in a Play for his fierce, moving performance of a boy who appears to have Asperger’s navigating a strange world, beating out a very strong field that includes Steven Boyer (Hand to God), Bradley Cooper (The Elephant Man), and Ben Miles (Wolf Hall Parts One & Two). And though the great Bill Nighy, who is nominated in the category for his crackling performance as an entrepreneur done in by love in Skylight, probably won’t win, Stephen Daldry’s superlative staging of David Hare’s politically tinged romance probably will (for Best Revival of a Play). And Skylight’s luminous Carey Mulligan, who is staking a claim as the finest stage actress of her generation, will battle it out for Best Leading Actress in a Play with the estimable Helen Mirren who, if she wins, will join the short list of actors to take home both an Oscar and a Tony for the same role (that would be Queen Elizabeth II).

My family loyalty comes out once again when it comes to Best Leading Actor in a Musical: I’d love to see the award go to Tony Yazbeck, who brings an effortless, large-hearted masculinity (and balletic athleticism) to his turn as the lovelorn sailor Gabey in On the Town. But the race will probably be a toss-up between Michael Cerveris, as a suburban dad with a dark secret in Fun Home, and Robert Fairchild, as the Yankee who’s gotta dance in An American in Paris. The most hotly contested category—and the hardest call—is Best Leading Actress in a Musical. It’s anyone’s guess whether the award will go to Kelli O’Hara, proving once again that she is our era’s most enchanting interpreter of Rodgers and Hammerstein in The King and I (it’s her sixth nomination), Kristin Chenoweth, who is giving the madcap performance of her career as a narcissistic 1930s movie star (is there any other kind?) in On the Twentieth Century, or Chita Rivera, who is showing, eight times a week, that she’s still got the stuff at age 82 in The Visit. Like all awards shows, the Tonys are too long and can often be dopey, but that’s the kind of drama that keeps theater nerds tuning in.

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“That’s My Momma!” James Andrews said of the Baby Doll dancing during his New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival set. His show was a family affair, with wife Karen Gant-Andrews belting out an “At Last” that would have done Etta James proud. Andrews’ grandfather was musician Jesse Hill, known for the New Orleans hit Oo Poo Pa Doo with its line: “I won’t stop trying til I create a disturbance in your mind.” With the ever-ebullient Andrews shouting: “Shake what your momma gave you!” to his momma Lois as she did just that, mission accomplished.

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James Andrews & The Crescent City All-Stars with Baby Dolls

It was a day of showmanship. A Lady Gaga impersonator front and center at the Gentilly Stage had his or her cheetah print umbrella, impeccable blond wig and attitude ready for Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga’s closing show. And that was before noon as the temperature edged into the upper 80’s.

Grammy winner and UNICEF goodwill ambassador Angélique Kidjo created a ripple in the crowd dancing through the audience, and by the end of her rollicking set a sizable chunk of the audience was pulled up onstage and dancing along with her. The powerhouse from Benin’s raised eyebrow at the man grinding out The Alligator on the Congo Square stage in front of her was worth the price of admission.

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Angélique Kidjo

“This song is about the end of the world so let’s dance like this,” said Sweet Crude’s frontwoman Alexis Marceaux to a crowd braving the mud flats in front of the Fais Do Do stage, continuing the dancing theme. New Orleans R&B queen Irma Thomas held court with “It’s Raining,” on the one day the rain finally held off.

Across the field, New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint parked his blue Rolls Royce stage-side, complete with license plate that reads: Songs. He earned the vanity plate, tearing through his hits “Working in a Coal Mine”, “Certain Girl”, “Southern Nights”, “Mother-in-Law” and many more resplendent in a blue sequined suit. His backup singers The Allettes took a fierce star turn on “Lady Marmalade.” The politically timely “Who’s Gonna Help a Brother Get Further” ended with Toussaint’s nod to his co-writer: “Elvis Costello sends his regards.”

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Allen Toussaint

Toussaint was followed by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, a duo who packed the audience all the way back to the edge of the racetrack. Bennett belted out his hits from “For Once in My Life” to The Good Life,” followed by Lady Gaga’s dreamscape version of “Bang Bang” and, of course, their duets. Bennett joked that everyone in the crowd ought to buy one of the duo’s album Cheek to Cheek “because she really needs the money.” If that’s true, Lady Gaga spent it on clothes. Her costume changes were continual – a bold move in a sweaty festival setting.

As the crowd continued to bottleneck I headed home to nurse a sunburn and play the weekend’s music on a continual mental loop – one way to wrap the day when the good life is creating the right kind of disturbance in your mind.

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Martha Wash And Tony Moran Get Free On A New Collaboration

2015-03-11-1426091268-852267-MarthaWashSinglecover.jpgWhat do you get when you put the soulful and legendary voice of Martha Wash together with the award-winning remixer and songwriter Tony Moran: A hit! Over the years the duo has made music together that not only found a place on dance floors across the world, but also on the charts. Last year their collaboration “I’m Not Coming Down” reached #2 on the Billboard Dance Club Charts. Now they’re back with a new anthem called “Free People.”

“In a time where people Photoshop their faces because they worry about if they’re too thin or too fat or too ugly or too dark, you should just care about the way you want to look for yourself. You have the power,” Moran says about the song he wrote and produced.

For years Wash has personified the message in “Free People.” From her early days with Sylvester with singing partner Izora Armstead to hits like “Just Us” as Two Tons O’ Fun and then later as The Weather Girls with “It’s Raining Men,” Wash has never let preconceived notions on image stand in her way. She set the music industry on fire in 1991 when she sang the lead vocals on C&C Music Factory’s #1 hit, “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now),” but failed to receive credit because her size was deemed unmarketable. She won a lawsuit, and by speaking up for herself, it is now mandatory for artists to receive rightful credits on albums and music videos.

“Free People,” which is already climbing up the charts, is a continuation of both Wash’s and Moran’s positive outlook on life. Over the years I’ve talked with Wash many times. When I begin asking her questions she starts giggling and says, “Lord, don’t you have enough info?” The fact is no matter how many times you speak to Wash, you always leave feeling inspired and free.

2015-03-11-1426091758-5396898-MarthaWashandTonyMoran.jpgTony, on your Facebook page recently you said of Martha Wash: “She is still undisputed.” What do you like about working with Martha?

Tony Moran: I’ve worked with a lot of artists over the years of all different calibers. She’s been able to find something that defines herself to generations older and younger. I know every time I cut a record with her, something good is going to come out of it.

Martha, what is it about Tony that you love?

Martha Wash: He’s worked with the best over the years and made hits for them. He’s been able to do that year after year. We just go in the studio and talk about what needs to be done and basically do it. We’re comfortable enough with each other that we can read each other and figure out where a song needs to go.

Tony: People are constantly being introduced to her voice. We are basically underdogs working together. It’s not like we have Clive Davis’ staff with us. We’re looking to put out good music in a time where music is in such a state of purgatory with streaming and mashups. The one thing you can really hold on to is an artist’s performance, and Martha has always been there to make herself available.

“Free People” is about being comfortable with yourself. Martha, Tony mentioned how new generations are always discovering your music. What would you like new and old fans to know about you? Who is Martha Wash?

Martha: Just little ol’ me. I’ve been around for a minute. I just like all types of music. Music has been the big mainstay for me as a person and an artist. As a child I could only listen to gospel music. Then as I got to be a teenager, I started listening to the radio, and I learned to appreciate all types of music–rock music, Motown and R&B. I’ve been an artist who doesn’t want to be put into one particular box. Although people know me for doing dance music, I’m always trying to move ahead of that and go into different types of music like my last album “Something Good.” It was pop and rock and people were really surprised I did that, but that was the direction I wanted to go in. I wanted to get out of dance music for a little bit to show people that I did other types of music.

And now you’re back with dance music! What keeps drawing you back in?

Tony: What pulls her back is that I know her address, and I’m there waiting outside wearing a street blanket with new material!

Martha: I’ll do a little bit of that [dance music], but the focus is still on other genres of music or something totally out of the box.

The gay community has consistently supported you, no matter what style you’re singing. Why do you think they have always been there for you?

Martha: I think it really goes all the way back to working with Sylvester and then Two Tons O’ Fun. It’s been good for over 30 years. They have been supportive of Two Tons O’ Fun, The Weather Girls and then the solo career. I’ve always appreciated that.

One of your hit songs is “Carry On.” Over the years how have you managed to do just that during some of the down times?

Martha: Oh, a lot of faith and a lot of prayer! There have been times when I thought of giving up. Then I think, “Okay, so you’re gonna quit; now what are you going to do?” I never came up with an answer, so here I am!

Do you ever get tired of singing “It’s Raining Men?”

Martha: Oh no! No! It’s a song that everybody is waiting to hear. I can do a whole show, but if I don’t sing that song, people get upset!

What is next for you, Martha?

Martha: Probably do some more pop and rock. I have a new song coming out with Evelyn Champagne King and Linda Clifford—The First Ladies of Disco. We recorded a song called “Show Some Love,” and it’s all about positivity. We have to show love to everybody. This world is really kind of crazy. We’ve gotten off the track of being nice to one and other and loving people. You have to show positivity to everybody regardless of who or what they are.

You’ve both always been able to convey that message.

Martha: I try, and you have to love yourself as well. Sometimes when you show kindness to someone else, it makes you feel better about yourself.

Tony: That’s my nature, too. Live and let live. I get so much satisfaction watching other people learning and doing their thing.

“Free People” is available now on iTunes. For more information on Martha Wash visit: www.marthawash.com. For more on Tony Moran visit: www.tonymoran.com
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The (mostly) true story of a Hollywood princess turned bounty hunter is told in this witty action-drama from director Tony Scott (True Romance, Man on Fire). Domino Harvey was the daughter of famed actor Laurence Harvey who passed on when Domino was only eight years old. Domino's mother, former fashion model Paulene Stone and renamed Sophie Wynn in the film, strove to give her daughter a comfortable life, but Domino was naturally rebellious, and after a contentious stint in boarding school, a brief career as a runway model, and a fling with the fashion business, Domino was looking for something more exciting. She found it when he met Ed Mosbey, an ex-con who had gone on to a successful career as a "bail recovery agent" in short, a bounty hunter. Ed also taught others how to join his profession, and Domino took his course and joined his team, along with Choco, a headstrong bail agent who took an immediate fancy to Domino. Domino, Ed, and Choco became a successful team successful enough that television producer Mark Heiss asked them to become the subject of a television reality series. However, it was after the cameras were turned on Domino that her life got truly crazy. Bail bondsman Claremont Williams III had hired Domino and her friends for a risky case, and soon Domino, Ed, and Choco were chasing missing men and money while landing in hot water with both the FBI and the Mafia. Domino was loosely based on Domino Harvey's real life story; sadly her personal life was as reckless as her career, and Domino died as a result of drug abuse on June 27, 2005, after this film was completed. Starring Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee Keira Knightley (Atonement, Pride and Prejudice), Mickey Rourke (9½ Weeks, Sin City), Edgar Ramirez (The Bourne Ultimatum, Vantage Point), Delroy Lindo (Gone in Sixty Seconds, Romeo Must Die) and Academy Award-winner Christopher Walken (The Deer Hunter, Catch Me If You Can€).

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Sixty years apart, the two performers showcase more than just their ‘Cheek to Cheek’ standards in Las Vegas before hitting Los Angeles and New York City

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Young Buck – Bring My Bottles ft. 50 Cent & Tony Yayo (Music Video)

So this is a bit surprising, a new G-Unit video. After the gangster rap group announced their reunion this summer, G-Unit kept the momentum going with an EP. Now, we have “Bring My Bottles”, a video for Young Buck’s single featuring 50 Cent and Tony Yayo. Are you ready for an album? Leave a comment below.



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We enjoy meeting and filming real-life, best friends. We really don’t make up the scenarios. What you see is real life. No script, just action, and a little bit of direction to keep these guys on track. So, in this film, our 3-film veteran Daylan Woods brought in one of his close friends, Tony Somerset. These guys met about 8 years ago in school and have been buds every since. Tony seems a bit nervous about getting naked and jacking it in front of his close friend, but no secrets among buddies, right?! Where he got a bit nervous was when we asked if they could jack each other and give blowjobs too! We didnt think he could do it, but.. well, youll see!
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Miles Davis Way: Chats with Erin Davis & Vince Wilburn, The Babys’ Tony Brock and Ryan Aderréy, Plus Gladshot and Adam Zwig

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A Conversation with Erin Davis and Vince Wilburn

Mike Ragogna: Let’s start with the street. It’s about time that Miles Davis got a street named after him, but why now? What brought it on?

Vince Wilburn: What brought it on? There was a lady named Shirley Zafirau, she is a neighbor on West 77th street and she’s very politically driven. She thought it would be very honorable if the city would grant uncle Miles a street named in his honor. So one of Mayor Bloomberg’s last bills to be signed before he left office was to pass this ordinance to have the street named after uncle Miles. So Shirley Zafirau was the one who really spearheaded it. She’s going to be at the event, we were out hanging “No Parking” signs last night. I don’t want to tell her age, but she’s really spunky and feisty. The family applauds.

Erin Davis: We’re very grateful to her.

MR: Erin, the US postal service’s Miles Davis stamp is the biggest selling specialty stamp to date, right?

ED: I wouldn’t be surprised! I know it sold a ton of stamps and was joint released with the post in France, so it was a really big honor for us to have this joint release with the two nations, the US and France. That was a long time coming, too, a lot of work and a lot of red tape, but the post office had a great team of guys working on that and they pushed it through once they got the artwork sorted out and everything. It was a great, great thing for the family.

MR: Another major thing is the bio pic that’s happening with Don Cheadle, Ewan McGregor and Zoe Saldana.

ED: Yeah, we’re thrilled about that. That’s also a long time coming. Vince?

VW: It took seven years and we’re finally going to production in Cincinatti in June, it’s Don Cheadle’s directorial debut, and then we have Zoe Saldana and Ewan McGregor cast. The script was written by Steven Baigelman and Don Cheadle.

ED: Steven Baigelman just finished the James Brown movie, he’s a great writer.

MR: Cool. Miles Davis has his own brand, people know his sound the second they think of his name, even though he went through several distinct styles. What is it from your perspective that made this music iconic?

ED: It’s unique, and what’s unique about it is that it changes over the years, it’s not just a sound. The Rolling Stones you can identify pretty quickly, and they’re often copied but you can always go back to them and say, “Oh, that’s something that The Rolling Stones did.” With Miles I think you identify with periods of his career, the styles he’s played in. You know his horn playing, you can pick up his phrasing because it’s just so sweet and melodic. It’s just the choicest notes, it’s never as many notes as youc an fit into a bar, it’s only the right ones. [laughs]

MR: Nice. And of course it’s emotional. Everything that came out of those lips came from the heart.

ED: Exactly.

MR: Vince, obviously you have a lot of stories about Miles, but do you have any that come to mind, something you watched him do or something about him?

VW: I always say this, but you’re talking about someone who was the first to wake up in the morning and last to go to sleep at night, driven by music. He would change close five or six times a day, his mind just worked in very creative ways and he was always thinking about the music, advancing the music, exploring new horizons with the music, never looking back. We played together for four years and each night was different. We called it Miles Davis University, he was the captain. We called him “The Chief.”

MR: He was the kind of improv, wasn’t he?

VW: Yeah, you could say that. He had structure, but he used to say, “Set up things.” There was structure with the improv. He would say, “I’ll tell you to play, not to practice.” You had to be ready, spontanaeity was the key.

MR: Erin, do you have any special stories with him?

ED: I’ve got a million of them. I think one story or one situation that kind of resonated for me often was that he wasn’t able to attend my high school graduation because he was on tour, but he called me up and he said, “You’re going to be in the band because John Bingham is leaving,” he was playing electronic percussion, and I didn’t really know anything about that, but I just kind of said, “Okay.” I was used to going on the road with him in the Summers, but on crew. I obviously always wanted to be in the band, but I thought more along the lines of I would play drums. But I said, “Okay,” and the day after I walked and got my diploma I was on a plane to meet up with them in New York. That whole tour when I played with him, the first and second tours I was just nervous the whole time because I wasn’t really comfortable with the electronic percussion, being complimentary to the drummer. I thought I was ruining the show for him. I had solos and I didn’t know what to play. He was very patient about it. I thought, “Man, he’s going to send me home after a week,” but he was very patient about it. One night I remember I was so tired of being stressed out that I just let loose and started hitting everything and playing and trying to remember all the chops I had and he was like, “You actually played pretty good today.” I think I just stopped being nervous and relaxed a little bit. Like Vince said, he never paid us to practice. It wasn’t about trying to be perfect, it was about taking yourself to a different place you haven’t been. Your highest form of expression. I wish I would have realized that earlier, I think I would’ve enjoyed it a lot more. But that’s probably one of the things I take away from him not being here, I wish I could talk to him about that experience.

MR: Can you remember if there’s any specific moment or event during your time with Miles that changed your outlook on music?

VW: Him being a leader, it teaches you how to interact with musicians. Both Erin and I are bandleaders and it taught us how to deal with our musicians on a certain level. Musicians are sensitive creatures, so to get what you want out of your musicians you have to treat them a certain way and then you can take them in your direciton. That’s one of the things that I learnerd from him, the way you treat musicians to get the best out of them. That stuck in my mind when I played with him and now I apply that to my band.

ED: I echo fully what Vince said. I watch Vince with his guys and it reminds me of how Miles, “Chief,” used to handle his guys, how he would deal with them. Vince said musicians are sensitive, sometimes things happen and guys do things on stage or on the bandstand or off stage, but Vince deals with his guys in the same way Chief used to. I was always surprised when I thought Chief would get very upset with somebody but he wouldn’t. You’ve just got to know how to deal with people. There were things that would upset him, mostly about which guys were playing, not what they were saying. The other thing that I learned from him that kind of changed things for me is that he really knew how to pick guys for the band. He picked guys that he thought were good players in whatever band they were in before. It didn’t have to be jazz or anything, if a guy was a good player he would ask them to join the band. I think a lot of people didn’t understand that, including other members of the band that he was fronting at the time. He would just build these great bands that would come together over time that always had great drummers, horn players, bass players, guys would come and go and I would always think he’d be upset when a guy would have to leave to play with someone else, but he would always wish them well. It was kind of like a family, it was really cool.

MR: Was he a big mentor?

ED: I think he would really be concerned about what was happening with his band before helping somebody else with their thing, but if you were in his band he would help you with your career going forward anyway. I think he was just trying to help you with things you might not be aware of, just furthering your own development. So in a way, yeah. He definitely did mentor a lot of people in that way.

MR: What are you guys working on right now?

VW: I’ve got a couple of artists, a kid named Jesse Campbell who was on The Voice, I’m doing some music with him, I’ve got a kid named Niles Rivers, Erin and I both have studios respectively in California. We’re always putting tracks together and calling each other, I go over to Erin’s and Erin scores movies and it freaks me out. I’m so proud of him, listening to his music and his tracks, we inspire each other. I have artists that I’m producing, and Erin can speak on his productions.

ED: Well, last year I produced the score for this documentary about Richard Pryor called Omit The Logic. I’ve done a couple film scores in the years before that myself, being a composer. I dabbled in some management, I was working with an artist called Gabriel Johnson, we still work together, but I’m taking more time to write music myself and get back into my playing. I play drums and I play a little guitar and bass, too. I’m kind of just working on a new project and I’m hoping to collaborate with a friend of mine who’s also a composer. We’re hoping to get together in the next few months to see what happens, but other than that we work with the estate a lot, the movie’s coming up and once in a while I’ll get a nice internet commercial or something I can do. Right now I’m just working on new material, I write different styles of music, sometimes it’s acoustic blues, sometimes it’s hard rock, sometimes it’s more something you would hear in a film. I’m just kind of working through a lot of different things right now and I’m enjoying it.

MR: Nice. You also worked with Kyle Eastwood in that supergroup Bloodline.

VW: [laughs] Supergroup…I like that. It was a supergroup!

ED: Yeah, that was back about twenty years ago I was in Bloodline with Berry Oakley, Jr, Waylon Krieger, and Joe Bonamassa who’s now gone on to great success, I’m so happy for him. I love seeing him out there in all the guitar magazines and seeing him on DirecTV all the time. I go to the guitar shop and half the stuff is his personal model of guitar or pedal or amp or whatever. It’s great to see, because I know he worked really hard at it. I think when we started he was fourteen, and now I know twenty years later he’s worked through it all, I’m really happy with him. Kyle’s project, we recorded a record in Paris a couple years ago, and that was great fun to work on because he’s a great friend.

MR: What advice do you have for new artists?

ED: The advice I would have for new artists these days is try to write what you write, don’t try to write what everybody else does. Just explore playing live as much as you can, get your group together and get tight with rehearsals and go play live. I’ve seen a lot of bands that are able to get shows but aren’t good at playing live because they don’t know what to do, they don’t know how to listen to each other or how to work in a club environment or even a larger venue. The last thing would be to get your social media numbers up because that’s how it’s working these days.

MR: Yeah. Vince, what about you?

VW: Don’t go on American Idol. Don’t go on these TV shows. Like Erin says, man, you’ve got to play. You’ve got to go through the trenches. You don’t want to be a one-hit wonder. I’m so sick of these artists who are in it for the money and then they’re out. They’re in for one album and then you don’t hear from them anymore. Think about longevity, think about starting at the bars or the clubs or whatever and play music with people you like to play with. Don’t be with these f**king put together bands, I hate it. I hate it, hate it, hate it. Play. You’ve got to play. Don’t autotune, it’s horrible. It bastardizes the music and people who want to be creative. That’s a whole other topic, man. Erin and I have the Miles Davis House in Austin, and man the bands who come through there just kill it. They play and Erin and I just smile, man. We’re high fiving each other. We had Lucinda Williams, it’s like, “S**t.” It doesn’t get much better than that. All these bands are killing. That’s where there’s a disconnect: There’s a disconnect between true artists and one-hit wonders. We love the true artists, the artists that are in the ditches, social media, grinding, playing, hitting all the clubs and the bars and paying their dues. Does that get my point across?

MR: I think so! [laughs] With American Idol and The Voice, sure, they’re fun to watch, but I think it also teaches generations of kids who are going to go into music into thinking that’s how you do it.

VW: Yeah, and they go in it for the money. Money is great, we love money, but love music first. If you kick ass on your instrument or you’re singing your ass off, the money will come. Shit, Bruno Mars was doing Elvis impersonations in Hawaii or something, but it prepared him for where he is now. I just used him as one example. He can share with you his struggles. His brother plays drums in the band, his brother was a police officer, he stopped playing drums to join the police force, and then when Bruno picked up he quit the police force to play with his brother. And he can play! I don’t consider Bruno Mars a one-hit wonder, but what do I know?

MR: I would never put him in that category.

VW: He kicked ass in the Super Bowl halftime, that’s enough for me. Dig this, Kanye West had to come up through the trenches, trying to get his demo played until Jay gave him a shot, and now look at Kanye West. He paid his dues. You’ve got to go through the trenches.

MR: I have to ask you, how did Kind Of Blue become one of the greatest albums of all time?

ED: I’m not sure! It’s one of those secret formulas. A lot of people I talk to, when my dad comes up they say, “Oh, I loved Kind Of Blue.” That’s not the only record they say, but that’s a lot of people’s introduction to jazz. It’s very easy on the ears without being easy-listening music. It’s nice to listen to. You don’t have to dig in right away to figure it out. Sometimes if you’re trying to listen to a bird solo and you haven’t really experienced a lot of jazz before you may not be sure what you’re listening to, but with Kind Of Blue I think you know what you’re hearing right away, you’re hearing something beautiful. You don’t need a degree to listen to it, you just need to be open minded. Most people put it on and they’re just like, “Wow, this is great.” That’s the essence of that record.

VW: I agree with what Erin said, you don’t have to scratch your head to digest it. It’s modal music, and to me it’s haunting in a beautiful way. “Blue And Green” is my favorite song. It’s was Miles’ mother’s favorite song. I can never get tired of listening to Kind Of Blue. Bill Evans, Cannonball, I talked to Jimmy Cobb this morning.

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MAXWELL’S COOL DEMON FROM GLADSHOT

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According to the Gladshot…

“We’re excited about our new ep, Maxwell’s Cool Demon. The title is a physics term, roughly, it means to turn information into energy… It’s produced by John Agnello, who we love working with. He also produced our debut Burn Up & Shine. He creates the best vibe to make music in. The songs are diverse: ‘Fun With Hydrangeas’ is about the conspiracy movies of the ’60s + ’70s; the title of the song is an obscure reference to a scene in ‘Manchurian Candidate’; ‘Corp Safe’ and ‘We Live in America’ both comment on the times…boarded up Main St. and the narrowing of the collective conversation in the media. We can’t wait to play these songs at The Delancey residency and the tour to follow this summer.”

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Mike Ragogna: Ryan, there’s an interesting quote made about your debut album What If. “If it was a movie, this promising singer/songwriter would be the self-assured lead character that possesses maturity, quiet confidence, leadership and, most of all, real talent.” How much of that is hype and how much is true…come on, you can tell me!

Ryan Aderréy: [laughs] Well, someone was hired to write all that, and I think they did a good job, but it’s all true. I think we’re bursting onto the scene and are doing it in a major way, so yeah, I’m going to say it’s all true.

MR: [laughs] What is your reaction to having a hit on Billboard?

RA: You know what, it doesn’t feel real. I woke up today and I looked at the framed picture of it we have hanging on our wall, and it really doesn’t seem like it happened. If you’d asked me a year ago if we’d be in this position, I would have told you you were crazy. It’s surreal, but I’m honored and really proud, and am happy all the hard work finally paid off.

MR: Tell me about the hard work that went into this. I want to hear the Ryan Aderréy story from Ryan Aderréy’s perspective.

RA: Sure. I started in this business just producing. At the time I was going to Boston University and was playing soccer, and music wasn’t really my main focus. It was always a passion and was there on the side, but it wasn’t my main focus. I started doing music, and when I graduated I got a little attention from the production so I thought, “Maybe I’ll pursue this a little bit.” I got a little frustrated because it was going nowhere. I was in the presence of world-renowned vocal coach Anita Wilson. She heard me sing – just joking around, it wasn’t even serious – and she said, “If you come and work with me and really stick with this, you can be a singer.” And that’s exactly what I did. For about two years I went every day to her for an hour a day, and the rest is history.

MR: How did you get to the point where What If came together, creatively?

RA: It took a long time. I work with a writing team that I’ve assembled, and some of these songs they began a long time ago, in the ’70s, and they never materialized. They were brought back to the forefront when we went a studio down in Miami and we tried out some productions and some engineers. We tested it with radio and the radio wasn’t responding to it, so we scrapped it. That was a year wasted. Then we came back and found producer Zach Ziskin. who’s a Grammy-winning producer who’s worked for Warner Brothers and Universal. He made the productions modern and fit them to our melodies and to our vibe with the words. It took about two years just for What If to even materialize, so it’s been a long road.

MR: I think a lot of people would relate to “Without Hope.” What was your relationship like with this person and how did it inspire you to want to write that song?

RA: I wrote that song based on the experiences on one of my best friends. He grew up struggling in a household with abusive parents, and I think that, to this day, he hasn’t gotten himself out of that situation emotionally or mentally, but the point is that he never gave up. He always kept hope and he always put his head down and kept trudging along, and I think that is something that everyone can relate to. They’ve either been in it, or they’ve seen someone in it, and I really wanted to write about it. At first he wasn’t too happy that everyone was hearing his story, but then he warmed up to it and was really glad that the message got out.

MR: Do you think that maybe the people who were in his life and also heard it took a sober moment or two to to think about it?

RA: I hope so. I’m not sure if they did, but I hope that if they heard it, they learned from it and decided at that very moment to change themselves as people and to better themselves and to be better parents. I really do hope so.

MR: Every song seems to have a message, for instance, “What Ifs & Broken Promises.” It seems that a lot of people can’t say “no,” or they have good intentions and that leads them to those “what-ifs and broken promises.” Do you think it’s fair to say that?

RA: It’s obviously going to be different on a case-by-case basis. I think you’re 100% correct that people bite off more than they can chew, and they don’t do it on purpose; they have the best of intentions and it just doesn’t work out and they end up playing the role of the bad guy. And there are also times where people are just mean-spirited, it’s just their nature and they end up acting the way they do.

MR: Another big moment on the record is “A Miracle, My Love.” What motivated that one?

RA: That was a personal experience of mine. It’s basically about waking up in the morning and feeling like you have nothing to live for. And then this person comes along and they completely change the way you see the world. You start seeing miracles in the smallest things you may not have given a second thought to before, and in doing so, they become your miracle. I wrote that because it happened to me.

MR: Ryan, you sound like a romantic.

RA: I am. I’m a hopeless romantic at heart.

MR: Are you a hopeless romantic because that’s maybe what you witnessed in your family? Do you think that may have influenced that and/or your creativity?

RA: I think so. It’s what I witness growing up, and my family’s very creative and I think that by nature creative people are very emotional, and can be hopeless romantics. I think it was a combination of the two.

MR: What is it that you picked up from your creative family?

RA: My father was a songwriter in London for a long time. He was a part of Apple Records. My grandfather was the lead trumpet player for Tony Bennet, and my mother sang background and reference tracks all the time. It’s just in my blood.

MR: Did you think you ever had a chance to escape music?

RA: [laughs] No, probably not. I remember growing up on weekends and hearing The Beatles, Jackson Browne and Bob Dylan on the stereo. It was around twenty-four seven.

MR: Do you have any favorite artists and/or songs from that period?

RA: I love Bob Dylan. I credit him for a lot of the better lyricists today. I always loved Jackson Browne melodies. I thought they were very soothing and very easy to listen to. The Beatles are an obvious answer. Santana, too; I grew up listening to Santana’s guitar playing and I thought he was a genius.

MR: What do you strive for when you’re creative something and what’s you creative process?

RA: In terms of songwriting, I don’t think you fake it; I think you have to go off personal experiences, so I sit down when I want to write something and think, “What am I going through right now that others can relate to?” I know a lot of songwriters just write theoretical ideas and they might not be going through it, or they might not have ever experienced it, and I think that the audience will eventually catch onto that and see through it. I try to be relatable, and I want the audience to say, “I’ve been through that, and it’s really nice that I can hear someone else say that they’ve been through that, too.”

MR: Can you remember the first song you ever wrote?

RA: Yeah, I can remember it, but I’m not going to share it because it was pretty bad.

MR: [laughs] So in your opinion, over the years, you’ve gotten better.

RA: Yes, I think I’ve grown over the years as a songwriter and as an artist and I think that’s ultimately the goal.

MR: Ryan, what advice would you give to new artists?

RA: I get asked this a lot, and my biggest advice I have–and yes, recording songs and putting material out for listeners to hear is vital–is to network. There’s no bridge too small you can build, and you never know, one thing leads to another, leads to another, leads to another. It’s all about who you know. So put out as many recordings as you can, keep your listeners happy, but network. But do it the right way. Go shake hands, don’t just ask for a handout or say, “Hey, can you listen to my song?” No. Say, “I’d appreciate if you’d listen to this, and I’d be more than happy to do X for you.” If you do that, people really appreciate it, it stays with them, and they’ll remember you for future opportunities. So network, network, network, and do it the right way.

MR: Nice, thanks. Have you heard “A Miracle, My Love” playing on the radio yet?

RA: I have. We were in Indiana and Illinois and we heard it in the car. We’d never heard it live on the air, and we were thrilled.

MR: When are we going to hear the David Guetta remix of “A Miracle, My Love”?

RA: Anytime that David wants to contact me, he’d be more than welcome to take one of the songs and remix it any time that he felt like it. Also, my favorite electronic group is Cruella, so if they wanted to do a remix of it, I think I’d die and go to Seventh Heaven.

MR: [laughs] What does the future hold for Mr. Ryan Aderréy?

RA: Well, we’ve already recorded the second album. As we speak I’m down in Miami doing the second single. June 2nd we go on the tour to the west coast. We start in San Diego at Summer Sessions, which is a really big singer/songwriter showcase we were invited to. So we start there, and make our way up to LA where we play The House Of Blues. Then Las Vegas, playing The Hard Rock, and we’re just going to touring the west coast for the whole month of June. That’s what the immediate future holds.

MR: Your answers are pretty succinct and on point with brevity. So I want to know what sports coach worked with you in order to answer questions?

RA: [laughs] Well it was when I went over to play in Amsterdam. I was playing professional soccer for about three years and they had an interview coach. So I have been coached since about 2003. I know how speak. You’re exactly right, they tell you when to stop, not to stutter, not to use “Uh” or other fillers. They tell you all the tricks. I’ve been coached-up for a while.

MR: Aha! Ryan, I appreciate the interview. Did we cover everything?

RA: You can go to my website, www.ryanaderrey.com, and all the big ones like facebook and twitter, and they’re all /ryanaderrey, so they’re very easy to find.

Transcribed by Emily Fotis

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A Conversation with The Babys’ Tony Brock

Mike Ragogna: The Babys have a new album, I’ll Have Some Of That. So…thirty years?

Tony Brock: I know! We would’ve like some of that over the last thirty years, too. Unfortunately, we disbanded and we’ve been pecking away at trying to put the band back together for a number of years. I asked John Waite a few times, we stayed friends with John and everything’s great, he’s given us his blessing but because of his career he just doesn’t need it. So I decided I’d had enough and I basically wanted to give it one more shot because I felt like we were robbed from being pushed over the top to being a superstar band. Basically, I put the word out that The Babys were getting back together, I had held auditions for a singer and they were around the block. I got John Bisaha in, the poor lad, just to make sure we kept the integrity of the band. He’s worked out fantastic. Then Wally Stocker came from Florida and away we went. We did a few gigs just to get our feet wet, I’m lucky enough to own a studio so I ended up producing a new album for the Babys to get a fresh start and here we are.

MR: What the heck were you doing in the mean time?

TB: As soon as we realized there was no chance of The Babys getting back together I joined Eddy Money for about six months and then I went to Rod Stewart for almost twelve years, I got to play with Jeff Beck and Tina Turner and people like that, so that was a lot of fun. Playing with Rod was a great experience because it was a Rod Stewart group, we were more of a band instead of Rod Stewart and his backing band that he has now. We did everything together as a group, it was fantastic. From there I got an offer to start producing a guy down in Australia called Jimmy Barnes, he’s Australia’s number one male singer down there. We had seven hit albums together, and in doing that I got to produce Keith Urban, the first thing that he ever did down in Australia. It wasn’t country then, but it certainly is now, I know. Then from there I came back and just hooked my studio together and I’ve been doing sessions and producing from my studio for the last ten years. That’s what’s enabled The Babys to put a new album together.

MR: The Babys are coming back into a very different music world than the one it left. How does I’ll Have Some Of That fit into the whole paradigm of what’s going on in music right now?

TB: Well I feel like the younger kids, twenty to thirty year olds, they know of Led Zeppelin and Bad Company and it’s not like the old days where you’re an old fart because you don’t know about those bands. In my family I grew up knowing all the old soul artists, where The Babys grew from. Today’s kids are ready to accept that late seventies, early eighties music again. It never really went away for some people. The kids still love Zeppelin, they still love The Who and Bad Company, those sort of bands have never gone away and they’ve still captured a younger audience. The Babys have never really gone away, because luckily we had some great songs. It’s kind of a silly name, but I think the cult following and having great songs and being respected by musicians and peopel like that has kept The Babys going. I think with a new generation they’re going to love it, they’re going to think they’ve found something new, the way I look at it.

MR: What are the main artistic differences between The Babys then and now?

TB: Where we ended up on our fifth album with Keith Olsen, we kind of got into that Americana sound, very tight and poppy, and that’s not what we were about. In our early days, Ron Nevison was producing us and we kept our raw English things, we still used strings and brass and stuff like that, but that’s not overproducing. Today when you overproduce you use tons of reverb and delays and that sort of thing that’s on every record that I hear on the radio. We haven’t done that, we’ve kept to the true form of what the Babys were, writing great songs, keeping it raw and sounding really good. In fact, we’re even going to make some vinyls, because the young kids are starting to play vinyls again. As far as other differences, the only difference is that we have a couple of different players. But Wally’s sound and my sound has always been at the forefront in the Babys albums and the drum sound and the guitar sound have always been there and we’ve kept that. I don’t think we’ve veered too much apart from our new singer, obviously we weren’t trying to copy John Waite, but we needed someone to keep the soulfulness in it because that’s what we’re about. So we needed a real soul singer and I think we found him. Hopefully we haven’t veered much at all, we’re trying to stay true to what we believe in and all love.

MR: When I think of The Babys, I always think of “Head First.” It was such an anthem, even if it didn’t cart as highly as your other hits.

TB: No, I know, but to this day if you go down to a lot of clubs where there’s a band doing top forty “Head First” always comes up. If I get invited up on stage the first thing they want to play is “Head First.” That song actually just arrived because I got a white grand piano in ’77, I put it in my apartment and when you play a brand new instrument it’s always good for a new song, just for the sounds and the fun. That was the first song that came out of it, “Head First” and “Silver Dreams” came from that piano. Fond memories.

MR: What is that special thing about The Babys?

TB: Well, I think it’s the sound and the way we put songs together. We have a magic together, and that’s why it was so important to put the right members in the new band. We had a magic band and to this day “Every Time I Think Of You,” “Isn’t It Time?” “Head First” are still being played on the radio. I’m hoping and praying that we’ve still captured those songs on “I’ll Have Some Of That” and we’re going to have a hit single. That’s how it’s going to resonate, we’re just doing what The Babys do and enjoying it. It comes off on records that we’re enjoying it, too. You can especially see on the records that we’re having a great time, making The Babys reborn–no pun intended. We’re just hoping and praying that it works for us because we’ve put a lot of hard work into it and whichever way it goes I’m very proud of it. You’ve got to give it a shot, right? If you don’t try, you never know!

MR: What advice do you have for new artists?

TB: I know it sounds like your father speaking to you, but you’ll have to practice and you have no choice but to be totally into it. I used to practice eight hours a day and think nothing of it. People ask me all the time, “Did you ever think you were going to fail at what you were trying to do as a musician?” I look back and I think, no, I never thought once that I was going to fail. That thought never entered my head. It was just something that I love so much–it has to go through your body and you have to love it and enjoy it and soak everything up and learn from other people and watch them. Like I did as a producer, I stole Ron Nevison’s ideas, I stole Keith Olsen’s ideas, all the greatest producers that we had I took just a little piece of them and worked it in to make it me. That’s what you have to do as a drummer, as a guitarist, as a singer, you pick your favorite people and pick what you love and then put it all together and make it your own. That’s my advice to the kids, that’s what you’ve got to do, if you don’t truly love it deep down then don’t bother because it’s a lot of hard work. There’s a lot of people ready to smack you down, so you’ve got to believe in what you do. We weren’t ready to give up yet, that’s why The Babys are back.

MR: So new artists shouldn’t be ready to give up at that point in their careers either?

TB: No! As long as they believe in what they’re doing they’ve got to give it a try because later on you’ll be kicking yourself wishing you’d at least given it a better shot.

MR: What do you think The Babys are going to grow up into?

TB: I don’t have any answer as far as dates, we’re going through it this week with our promotor, but we have some festivals alreayd set up and we’re going to try and jump on a few tours from bigger bands and see if we can put some bums in seats. That’s all we know right now, but it’s looking good.

MR: All right, well I expect to be able to get an interview with you on the next album as well. Is it going to be another thirty years?

TB: No, I’ll be in a box by then. [laughs]

MR: Only CD boxes allowed.

TB: The box set.

Transcribed By Galen Hawthorne

ADAM ZWIG’S “WAITING ON HEAVEN (TO MAKE A MOVE)”

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Singer-songwriter Adam Zwig’s forthcoming EP, Stones, Bones, and Skin on Conscious Records due out August 18th, is a hybrid of Americana, pop, rock, folk and world music over the course of five tracks. The EP includes the song “Waiting For Heaven (To Make A Move) (Remix),” which features a soaring orchestral arrangement. “This song is an orchestral version of the original tune that appeared on my album Visions Of The Shimmering Night,” Adam explains. “I wanted to try something totally different and get out of my comfort zone. And how do I do that? Take away guitars and drums!” He adds, “I sang with The Section Quartet–known for their gorgeously re-imagined tracks by Radiohead, Muse, Pink Floyd and others–backing me. My producer, David Bianco, had introduced us, and together we reworked the song in a completely new way that has such gravitas and feeling. The track is about those times when you aren’t in control of what’s happening and you have to find a way to adjust to fate, and wait for change.”


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