Latest British popular music Stories

2012-03-08 15:00:00

Well-known, popular children´s songs like Hokey Pokey, Miss Mary Mack, I Can Sing a Rainbow, and many others form the foundation for the game´s rhythm based game play. Children can sing along as they tap out the beat of the songs in time with the dropping musical notes, while watching one of the game´s quirkily adorable characters dance to the tune. Seoul, South Korea (PRWEB) March 08, 2012 ThinkCube´s CookieCoo Dancing Star is a new rhythm game for iPhone, iPod Touch,...

2008-08-29 00:00:27

Playgoers are being urged not to 'dilly dally on the way' to York Theatre Royal early next month, where Marie Lloyd, the greatest of all female music hall artistes, will live again. Her story is all set to take audiences by storm when award- winning actress Elizabeth Mansfield brings 'Marie - The Story of Marie Lloyd' back to life in stunning form. Already a highly acclaimed show which earned Elizabeth an Olivier nomination as Best Actress in a Musical, it was written for her by her work...

2006-09-03 20:57:56

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Tori Amos' radical reworking of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and the camp rendering of "Dancing in the Street" by David Bowie and Mick Jagger are among the tracks collected for a covers compilation CD that will benefit a medical charity. Also included on "Between the Covers," which Sony BMG will release in the United States on September 12 to benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation, are Lenny Kravitz's take on "American Woman," Madonna's reheated "American Pie" and...

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