101 Gold’s Posts
101 Gold’s Posts
An insider report states that surviving Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, along with the widows of John Lennon and George Harrison – Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison — will all appear on CBS’ The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute To The Beatles set for February 9th. Neither CBS or the Beatles company Apple has confirmed the appearance of McCartney, Starr, Ono, or Harrison.
According to the Australian blog TV Tonight, the show will also feature such high profile artists as Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, Adele, Bruno Mars, Pink, and Katy Perry paying tribute to the “Fab Four.”
The world’s tallest water slide ie being built in Kansas City and is due to be completed next spring. Visitors at Schlitterbahn Park have to go nearly 140-feet in the air to ride the slide. Riders will go approximately 60-miles-per-hour on the way down. The 2nd largest water slide is in Brazil at 134-feet-tall.
Last night on Dancing with the Stars, during the tenth week of competition, actress Leah Remini was the latest contestant of the season to be sent home.
The bottom two couples included Leah along with her partner Tony Dovolani, and Bill Engvall with his partner Emma Slater. The couple with the lowest combined total of judges scores and viewer votes was Leah and Tony. “This has been an amazing experience and I want to thank everybody here. Tony especially, my family for supporting me, my fans and to everybody here” said Remini.
The remaining celebrities include Engvall, Jack Osbourne, Corbin Bleu, and Amber Riley.
Listen for the replay and win a pair of tickets to the Mariachi Conference Spectacular!
The 101 number one song of the day was written and performed by the first Beatle to record a solo single but he was the last to have a number one hit on his own.
Today marks the 85th anniversary of the first appearance of Mickey Mouse. To celebrate, Walt Disney Animation Studios has released a new theatrical short called Get a Horse! which recreates the look of Mickey’s first film back in 1928. Director Lauren MacMullan told the Huffington Post, “That was when Mickey was still new to the world. Back when there was a brashness to this character and anything seemed possible whenever he appeared on the screen. I really missed that version of Mickey Mouse. Those early synchronized sound cartoons that Walt & Ub poured their hearts and souls into. Those black & white cartoons had such a charm & an energy.” Lauren also revealed that the studio is currently brainstorming ideas for new Mickey Mouse cartoons.
Joan Jett will still be performing during Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade — just not on the float representing South Dakota. Vintage Vinyl News reported that Jett, who is an avid PETA supporter, came under fire from the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association with representative Jodie Anderson telling television station KEVN, that the group wanted no part of Jett representing them or their state, saying, “Of course, when we learned that about Miss Jett, we were rightly concerned about her representing South Dakota and a state that is so heavily reliant on agriculture and livestock production to drive our economy.”
50 years after the Beatles‘ historic appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, CBS will present The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute To The Beatles. The two-hour special is set to tape on January 27th – the day after the 56th Annual Grammy Awards – and will be broadcast in HDTV and 5.1 surround sound on Sunday, February 9th, 2014 — exactly 50 years to the day, date, and time of the “Fab Four’s” live U.S. debut performance. The Beatles’ Ed Sullivan Show debut was watched by over 73 million people and marked the band’s first of three consecutive weekly performances on the CBS variety show. Here they are on February 9th performing “I Want To Hold Your Hand.” Remember?