Monday, 30 June 2014

Sam Smith - Glastonbury 2014 - Set List

This is the official set list from Sam Smith's performance at Glastonbury.
  1. Nirvana
  2. Together
  3. Leave Your Lover
  4. Restart
  5. Do I Wanna Know?
  6. La La La
  7. Lay Me Down
  8. Money On My Mind/Finally
  9. Latch
  10. Stay With Me

Dolly Parton - Glastonbury - Set List

This is the official set list from Dolly Parton's Glastonbury concert.
  1. Baby I'm Burning/Girl On Fire
  2. Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That
  3. Jolene
  4. Blue Smoke
  5. Coat Of Many Colours
  6. Rocky Top
  7. Mud Song
  8. Banks Of The Ohio
  9. MEDLEY: Old Flames Can't Hold A Candle To You/But You Know I Love You/Real Love/Think About Love
  10. Here You Come Again
  11. Two Doors Down
  12. Islands In The Stream
  13. 9 To 5
  14. Lay Your Hands On Me
  15. I Will Always Love You

One Direction - On The Road Again Tour - Set List

This is what I would like to see from One Direction's upcoming 'On The Road Again' Tour.

  1. Happily
  2. Midnight Memories
  3. Diana
  4. Little White Lies
  5. Don’t Forget Where You Belong
  6. Little Black Dress
  7. You And I (acoustic)
  8. Half A Heart (acoustic)
  9. Little Things (acoustic)
  10. Strong
  11. Kiss You
  12. Rock Me
  13. C’Mon, C’Mon
  14. One Thing
  15. One Way Or Another (Teenage Kicks)
  16. Last First Kiss
  17. Moments
  18. Story Of My Life
  19. She’s Not Afraid
  20. Why Don’t We Go There
  21. Live While We’re Young
  22. What Makes You Beautiful
  23. ENCORE
  24. Best Song Ever

Paloma Faith - Trouble With My Baby - Music Video

New music video from Paloma Faith.

Thursday, 19 June 2014

Ed Sheeran - X Tour - Set List

This is what I would like to see from Ed Sheeran's 'X' Tour.
  1. Give Me Love
  2. I'm A Mess/Drunk
  3. Lego House
  4. Don't
  5. Bloodstream
  6. Grade 8
  7. Small Bump
  8. Photograph
  9. Thinking Out Loud
  10. Tenerife Sea
  11. This City
  12. Nina
  13. Afire Love
  14. I See Fire
  15. All Of The Stars
  16. The A Team
  17. Sing
  18. One
  19. ENCORE
  20. You Need Me, I Don't Need You

Ed Sheeran - Multiply Show - Full Concert

Ed Sheeran performs a full concert promoting his new album 'X' and some old hits and fan favourites.

Ed Sheeran - Bloodstream - Audio

New song from Ed Sheeran.

Ed Sheeran - Don't - Audio

New song from Ed Sheeran.

Ed Sheeran - Afire Love - Audio

New song from Ed Sheeran.

Coldplay - A Sky Full Of Stars - Music Video

Music video for Coldplay's current single 'A Sky Full Of Stars'.

The Saturdays - Greatest Hits Megaimx

The Saturdays have released a Greatest Hits Megamix to promote their upcoming Greatest Hits album, 'Finest Selection'.

Sam Smith & Mary J Blige - Stay With Me - Live, Apollo Thatre

Sam Smith performs his brilliant single, 'Stay With Me', with Mary J Blige.

Sam Smith - Latch - Live, Apollo Theatre

Sam Smith performs the brilliant single, 'Latch'.

Sam Smith - Lay Me Down - Live, Apollo Theatre

Sam Smith performs the brilliant song, 'Lay Me Down'.

Monday, 9 June 2014

Comedic Great Rik Mayall Dies Aged 56

Comedian and actor Rik Mayall has died aged 56, his management has said.

He was best-known for the TV shows The Young Ones and Bottom, both of which he starred in alongside long-time collaborator Adrian Edmondson. The Young Ones first aired in 1982 and ran for 2 series. Bottom first aired in 1991 and ran for 3 series, 5 live stage shows and a feature length movie (Guest House Paradiso) in 1999.

Mayall also famously starred in Drop Dead Fred.

Mayall, who died at home in London, was also in several other programmes including The New Statesman - as conniving MP Alan B'Stard, The Comic Strip Presents, which also included Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French and Alexei Sayle and Blackadder, where he played Squadron Commander Lord Flasheart.

One of his most recent roles was in the TV show Man Down, in which he plays the father of a teacher whose girlfriend has left him.

In 1998, he survived a near-fatal quad bike accident at his farmhouse in Devon, suffering a fractured skull and two brain haemorrhages. The accident left him with epilepsy for which he took medication.

He was on life support for five days and doctors were close to turning it off before he suddenly showed signs of life.

Mayall once joked: "I beat Jesus Christ," he said. “He was dead for three days at Easter.
"When I crashed it was the day before Good Friday, Crap Thursday, and I was technically dead until Easter Monday – that’s five days.
“Jesus was nailed up on Friday and came to on Easter Day. I beat him 5-3.”

The father-of-three recovered and returned to work, appearing in last year's Channel 4 sitcom Man Down and in the BBC series Jonathan Creek.
Among those paying tribute to Mayall was David Walliams, who said: "I am heartbroken that my comedy idol growing up, Rik Mayall, has died. He made me want to be a comedian."

Impressionist Rory Bremner tweeted: "Oh no. Awful news about Rik Mayall - a fireball of creative comic energy and inspiration. Such brilliant raw talent."

Actress Helen Lederer, who appeared in The Young Ones, tweeted: "Rik Mayall, I loved you. Gutted. The man who taught me not to crash laughs, has crashed. Real love to wife, children. Massive loss."

Comedy star Noel Fielding wrote: "Growing up there was no-one funnier! We will really miss you Rik Mayall you genius."

Trainspotting writer Irvine Welsh wrote: "Rik Mayall spread a lot of fun and laughter. Very sad to see him taken before his time."

Actor David Harewood said: "RIP Rick Mayall. Great comedian and actor. Funny, brilliant and sharp as nails."

Blackadder producer John Lloyd said Mayall was "just extraordinary".
Speaking to BBC News, he said: "It's really a dreadful piece of news.
"I remember going to the very first night of the Comedy Store and thinking, 'Where does this come from?'

"It was the most extraordinary thing, him and Ade Edmondson doing The Dangerous Brothers, they were called, and you just felt you were in the presence of something, a whole revolutionary thing."