It was Elvis' 3rd film and was released by MGM on October 30, 1957. Elvis plays "Vince Everett," an ex-convict working in the music industry, and a character analogous to Presley's then public image. After going to jail for a bar fight he did not start, Everett meets Hunk Houghton in prison, and the two men form a bond. Houghton, a washed-up country singer, teaches Everett to play an old guitar, and to sing a few songs. Upon his release, Everett lands work at night clubs, but not singing. He meets Peggy Van Alden, a record company talent scout, who allows Everett to record a song. They bring his demo to an executive at a small record label, who then records the exact arrangement with one of his established stars. The interesting angle from our point of view is that Everett and Van Alden then start their own label to bring Everett's records to the public, and fame, riches, and a film career ensue.
This should be the Nizlopi of 2011.
Stunning animation, brilliant song and excellent vocals by singer/songwriter Kevin Osborne aka Song Of Trees.
The entire video cost Kevin just £40 to make. Not bad at all. We love this one here at Myhotmusic and believe this should
be the next Christmas number one.
After watching scenes from the London riots aka the Footlocker riots we thought that the yoof in England could learn a thing or two from DMSquared and his posse who live in a country where surviving each day is a genuine struggle for many. Instead of looting and burning their own neighbourhood they have remade a classic song and attempt to rally the youth to build the nation.
We have featured this song previously on Myhotmusic but it is such a good song and an example of the growing Naija Hiphop scene which should have a few crossover hits in the near future.
She's arguably the most famous independent artist at the moment and I know some of you are wondering why she's even considered an artist. Her new single sans Ark Music has garnered over 23 million views and climbing. We think it's lost all the appeal of "Friday" and is a bit too obvious but fair play to her.
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Top 5 Narrative Finalist at the Vimeo Awards 2010!
Do you remember your first love? … Do you remember your first kiss? … Do you remember? …
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Written & Directed by Ben Briand http://www.benbriand.com
Produced by Matt Dooley, Michele Bennett, Alexis Bensa, Gaspard Chevance
Cast Ewen Leslie, Laura Gordon, Alice Zahalka, Joshua Rozzi
This film is a celebration of filmmaking and the people behind the scene who make it happen. Utilizing steadicam for a one long take, BTS takes you on a ride through the process of making a film.
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"Behind the Scene" is a School of Visual Arts thesis film.
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Why people are missing the point about Rebecca Black’s song "Friday". It’s gone viral for a reason and this is the thing that has been lost by many an artist. Friday polarises people. They either like or or hate it and in the new economy of the videosphere, views count more than critical acclaim. Ark Records and Rebecca will be laughing all the way to the bank.
If you needed anymore proof of the scale of the DIY artist community then you need to check out this artist. Stromae (Paul Van Haver) is a Belgian/Rwandan singer/songwriter who composed, recorded and released a massive worldwide hit "Allor On Danse". Recorded using Propellerheads Reason it became a massive hit in Europe. Watch how he put the track together.
London girl group The Scarletz attempt to bring reggae back to the charts. Good luck to them. Their debut single "Messed Up" is pretty good, lots of lovely harmonies and it actually has a more contemporary reggae style to it. The girls take their influence from Madness, The Specials and Lily Allen, and while we think that is laudable of them, they should also give some serious listen to some of reggae’s greats like Ken Boothe, Bob Marley, Marcia Griffiths and Aswad. But props to them for setting themselves apart from the rest of the mob let’s hope Island Records pick them up. Pre-order "Messed Up" now.