The gaming genre has a wide range of titles for gamers to enjoy. When assessing the entertainment options of today, the releases gamers can access has never been so diverse. Sports fans can sample a variety of titles on soccer and tennis, for example, people who enjoy exploring open-world games have plenty of releases to choose from, and music fans have a range of games to tuck into also. In fact, some of the music games which have been released over the years will never die.
On the list of people that newcomer Tee Green has coached on the way to success is Cilla Black, Atomic Kitten, Misteeq and The Saturdays. Stepping out into the limelight for the first time, Tee Green brings ‘When Love Ain’t Enough’ with him, a song which pulled him out of a depression back into the real world. Music is always the healer.
Back in March John and Edward Grimes, aka Jedward, shaved off their trademark, and quite frankly iconic, quiffs, to raise money for a cause that’s very close to their hearts, Irish Cancer Society. The event, in honour of their late mother Susanna, raised more than 3 million Euros.
Since that time, fans and followers have got used to their shorter hair, but even so in that time, it’s grown considerably, leading the Dublin musicians to yesterday introduce a new style to fans – the JedHawk.
I was asked to premiere this song written by a 16-year-old singer/songwriter from New York City named Stella Prince. Given her age and just how many artists, from Taylor Swift to Bob Dylan, are considered singer/songwriters; I thought I was going to hear something more along the lines of “Me”, “Cardigan”, maybe even “Driver’s Licence” By Olivia Rodrigo. What I did hear, was surprising and brilliant!
Flying Fish and Entertainment Film Distributors have announced that principal photography has commenced in Cornwall on FISHERMAN’S FRIENDS 2. The film reunites the original’s creative team, Meg Leonard and Nick Moorcroft, as they co-direct from their screenplay co-written with Piers Ashworth. The film is the sequel to the UK box-office smash hit FISHERMAN’S FRIENDS based on the heart- warming true story about the sea-shanty singing group. The film sees Irish singer songwriter Imelda May in her cinematic acting debut.
Irish musical duo, Jedward, comprising twins John and Edward Grimes, are known for their music, their two time tilt at the Eurovision trophy, and, in the past year, their elevated social activism on their Twitter account. But there’s one thing that stands out among all others, and is especially useful in describing them – their iconic quiff hairstyles, which at their tallest stood 12 inches, straight up.
It’s February, which means it’s LGBTQ+ history month. But, as well as looking backwards at the musicians and artists who have shaped history as openly gay, lesbian and queer spokespeople, it’s important to shine a light on those who are around today, standing loud and proud and making music as part of an underrepresented and marginalised group of people.