Website Of The Year Once upon a time, Perez Hilton ruled the online gossip sphere. He treaded where no major corporation risked playing. Because the old farts don't understand that today we're interested in people more than events and we just want the facts. If only Perez had realized this. Amateurs make inroads, professionals dominate. Perez thought people... Continue Reading →

Deep Purple Uriah Heep Wishbone Ash to SA in 2010

Considered as one of the pioneers of heavy metal and hard rock, Deep Purple were listed by the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s loudest band and ranked as number 22 on VH1s Greatest Artists of Hard Rock. They incorporate many sounds into their rock music including classical, blues and pop. Deep Purple is... Continue Reading →

Sade Unveils ‘Soldier’ Album In New York

Sade Unveils 'Soldier' Album In New York Sade, the R&B group featuring vocalist Sade Adu, will release its first collection of new material in almost ten years, "Soldier of Love," on Feb. 8, 2010 through Epic Records. The singer/songwriter, looking as youthful as ever in a black, silk pant suit and her staple slicked-back ponytail... Continue Reading →

The Rainbow Room Opening tonight

Frank Gormley & Alison McCutcheon together with music director Eric Alan, Debbie McGuire and the management of Rainbow Open the new Jazz Club THE RAINBOW ROOM Tuesday, 15th December, 2009 the launch evening headline performance is ‘Tribe’ featuring Buddy Wells, Mark Fransman, Charles Lazar and Kesivan Naidoo show starts 8pm THE RAINBOW EXPERIENCE Mandela Rhodes... Continue Reading →


MORGAN FREEMAN TO HOST A CHARITY GOLF DAY IN CAPE TOWN Academy Award® winner Morgan Freeman, along with his producing partner at Revelations Entertainment, Lori McCreary, will visit South Africa in early December to attend the local premiere events for the motion picture release “Invictus,” starring Freeman as Nelson Mandela and directed by Oscar® winner... Continue Reading →

Help stop double counting at Copenhagen

Help stop double counting at Copenhagen I just signed a petition to Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen, who will be hosting the Copenhagen climate negotiations in December. Many leaders are promising to help people living in extreme poverty adapt to the effects of climate change. This sounds great, but unfortunately, on closer examination, it... Continue Reading →

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