Tuesday, July 26, 2016

MICHELLE OBAMA SPEECH AT DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION


Michelle Obama At Democratic Convention




(CHEERS, APPLAUSE) Thank you all. Thank you so much. You know, it’s hard to believe that it has been eight years since I first came to this convention to talk with you about why I thought my husband should be president.

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Remember how I told you about his character and convictions, his decency and his grace, the traits that we’ve seen every day that he’s served our country in the White House?

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I also told you about our daughters, how they are the heart of our hearts, the center of our world. And during our time in the White House, we’ve had the joy of watching them grow from bubbly little girls into poised young women, a journey that started soon after we arrived in Washington.

OBAMA: When they set off for their first day at their new school, I will never forget that winter morning as I watched our girls, just 7 and 10 years old, pile into those black SUVs with all those big men with guns.

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And I saw their little faces pressed up against the window, and the only thing I could think was, what have we done?

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See, because at that moment I realized that our time in the White House would form the foundation for who they would become and how well we managed this experience could truly make or break them. That is what Barack and I think about every day as we try to guide and protect our girls through the challenges of this unusual life in the spotlight, how we urge them to ignore those who question their father’s citizenship or faith.

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How we insist that the hateful language they hear from public figures on TV does not represent the true spirit of this country.

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How we explain that when someone is cruel or acts like a bully, you don’t stoop to their level. No, our motto is, when they go low, we go high.

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With every word we utter, with every action we take, we know our kids are watching us. We as parents are their most important role models. And let me tell you, Barack and I take that same approach to our jobs as president and first lady because we know that our words and actions matter, not just to our girls, but the children across this country, kids who tell us I saw you on TV, I wrote a report on you for school.

Kids like the little black boy who looked up at my husband, his eyes wide with hope and he wondered, is my hair like yours?

And make no mistake about it, this November when we go to the polls that is what we’re deciding, not Democrat or Republican, not left or right. No, in this election and every election is about who will have the power to shape our children for the next four or eight years of their lives.

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And I am here tonight because in this election there is only one person who I trust with that responsibility, only one person who I believe is truly qualified to be president of the United States, and that is our friend Hillary Clinton.

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That’s right.

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See, I trust Hillary to lead this country because I’ve seen her lifelong devotion to our nation’s children, not just her own daughter, who she has raised to perfection…

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…but every child who needs a champion, kids who take the long way to school to avoid the gangs, kids who wonder how they’ll ever afford college, kids whose parents don’t speak a word of English, but dream of a better life, kids who look to us to determine who and what they can be.

You see, Hillary has spent decades doing the relentless, thankless work to actually make a difference in their lives…

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…advocating for kids with disabilities as a young lawyer, fighting for children’s health care as first lady, and for quality child care in the Senate.

And when she didn’t win the nomination eight years ago, she didn’t get angry or disillusioned.

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Hillary did not pack up and go home, because as a true public servant Hillary knows that this is so much bigger than her own desires and disappointments.

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So she proudly stepped up to serve our country once again as secretary of state, traveling the globe to keep our kids safe.

And look, there were plenty of moments when Hillary could have decided that this work was too hard, that the price of public service was too high, that she was tired of being picked apart for how she looks or how she talks or even how she laughs. But here’s the thing. What I admire most about Hillary is that she never buckles under pressure. She never takes the easy way out. And Hillary Clinton has never quit on anything in her life.

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And when I think about the kind of president that I want for my girls and all our children, that’s what I want.

OBAMA: I want someone with the proven strength to persevere, someone who knows this job and takes it seriously, someone who understands that the issues a president faces are not black and white and cannot be boiled down to 140 characters.

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Because when you have the nuclear codes at your fingertips and the military in your command, you can’t make snap decisions. You can’t have a thin skin or a tendency to lash out. You need to be steady and measured and well-informed.

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I want a president with a record of public service, someone whose life’s work shows our children that we don’t chase form and fortune for ourselves, we fight to give everyone a chance to succeed.

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And we give back even when we’re struggling ourselves because we know that there is always someone worse off. And there but for the grace of God go I.

I want a president who will teach our children that everyone in this country matters, a president who truly believes in the vision that our Founders put forth all those years ago that we are all created equal, each a beloved part of the great American story.

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And when crisis hits, we don’t turn against each other. No, we listen to each other, we lean on each other, because we are always stronger together.

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And I am here tonight because I know that that is the kind of president that Hillary Clinton will be. And that’s why in this election I’m with her.

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You see, Hillary understands that the president is about one thing and one thing only, it’s about leaving something better for our kids. That’s how we’ve always moved this country forward, by all of us coming together on behalf of our children, folks who volunteer to coach that team, to teach that Sunday school class, because they know it takes a village.

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Heroes of every color and creed who wear the uniform and risk their lives to keep passing down those blessings of liberty, police officers and the protesters in Dallas who all desperately want to keep our children safe.

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People who lined up in Orlando to donate blood because it could have been their son, their daughter in that club.

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Leaders like Tim Kaine…

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…who show our kids what decency and devotion look like.

Leaders like Hillary Clinton who has the guts and the grace to keep coming back and putting those cracks in that highest and hardest glass ceiling until she finally breaks through, lifting all of us along with her.

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That is the story of this country, the story that has brought me to this stage tonight, the story of generations of people who felt the lash of bondage, the shame of servitude, the sting of segregation, but who kept on striving and hoping and doing what needed to be done so that today I wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves.

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And I watch my daughters, two beautiful, intelligent, black young women playing with their dogs on the White House lawn.

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And because of Hillary Clinton, my daughters and all our sons and daughters now take for granted that a woman can be president of the United States.

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So, look, so don’t let anyone ever tell you that this country isn’t great, that somehow we need to make it great again. Because this right now is the greatest country on earth!

(CHEERS, APPLAUSE) And as my daughters prepare to set out into the world, I want a leader who is worthy of that truth, a leader who is worthy of my girls’ promise and all our kids’ promise, a leader who will be guided every day by the love and hope and impossibly big dreams that we all have for our children.

So in this election, we cannot sit back and hope that everything works out for the best. We cannot afford to be tired or frustrated or cynical. No, hear me. Between now and November, we need to do what we did eight years ago and four years ago.

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We need to knock on every door, we need to get out every vote, we need to pour every last ounce of our passion and our strength and our love for this country into electing Hillary Clinton as president of the United States of America!

(CHEERS, APPLAUSE)

So let’s get to work. Thank you all and God bless.

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THE BERNIE SANDERS SPEECH WORD FOR WORD


Bernie Sanders At DNC Convention




"Good evening.

How great it is to be with you tonight.

Let me begin by thanking the hundreds of thousands of Americans who actively participated in our campaign as volunteers. Let me thank the 2 1/2 million Americans who helped fund our campaign with an unprecedented 8 million individual campaign contributions – averaging $27 a piece. Let me thank the 13 million Americans who voted for the political revolution, giving us the 1,846 pledged delegates here tonight – 46 percent of the total. And delegates: Thank you for being here, and for all the work you’ve done. I look forward to your votes during the roll call on Tuesday night.

And let me offer a special thanks to the people of my own state of Vermont who have sustained me and supported me as a mayor, congressman, senator and presidential candidate. And to my family – my wife Jane, four kids and seven grandchildren –thank you very much for your love and hard work on this campaign.

I understand that many people here in this convention hall and around the country are disappointed about the final results of the nominating process. I think it’s fair to say that no one is more disappointed than I am. But to all of our supporters – here and around the country – I hope you take enormous pride in the historical accomplishments we have achieved.

Together, my friends, we have begun a political revolution to transform America and that revolution – our revolution – continues. Election days come and go. But the struggle of the people to create a government which represents all of us and not just the 1 percent – a government based on the principles of economic, social, racial and environmental justice – that struggle continues. And I look forward to being part of that struggle with you.

Let me be as clear as I can be. This election is not about, and has never been about, Hillary Clinton, or Donald Trump, or Bernie Sanders or any of the other candidates who sought the presidency. This election is not about political gossip. It’s not about polls. It’s not about campaign strategy. It’s not about fundraising. It’s not about all the things the media spends so much time discussing.

This election is about – and must be about – the needs of the American people and the kind of future we create for our children and grandchildren.

This election is about ending the 40-year decline of our middle class the reality that 47 million men, women and children live in poverty. It is about understanding that if we do not transform our economy, our younger generation will likely have a lower standard of living then their parents.

This election is about ending the grotesque level of income and wealth inequality that we currently experience, the worst it has been since 1928. It is not moral, not acceptable and not sustainable that the top one-tenth of one percent now own almost as much wealth as the bottom 90 percent, or that the top 1 percent in recent years has earned 85 percent of all new income. That is unacceptable. That must change.

This election is about remembering where we were 7 1/2 years ago when President Obama came into office after eight years of Republican trickle-down economics.

The Republicans want us to forget that as a result of the greed, recklessness and illegal behavior on Wall Street, our economy was in the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. Some 800,000 people a month were losing their jobs. We were running up a record-breaking deficit of $1.4 trillion and the world’s financial system was on the verge of collapse.

We have come a long way in the last 7 1/2 years, and I thank President Obama and Vice President Biden for their leadership in pulling us out of that terrible recession.

Yes, we have made progress, but I think we can all agree that much, much more needs to be done.

This election is about which candidate understands the real problems facing this country and has offered real solutions – not just bombast, fear-mongering, name-calling and divisiveness.

We need leadership in this country which will improve the lives of working families, the children, the elderly, the sick and the poor. We need leadership which brings our people together and makes us stronger – not leadership which insults Latinos, Muslims, women, African-Americans and veterans – and divides us up.

By these measures, any objective observer will conclude that – based on her ideas and her leadership – Hillary Clinton must become the next president of the United States. The choice is not even close.

This election is about a single mom I saw in Nevada who, with tears in her eyes, told me that she was scared to death about the future because she and her young daughter were not making it on the $10.45 an hour she was earning. This election is about that woman and the millions of other workers in this country who are struggling to survive on totally inadequate wages.

Hillary Clinton understands that if someone in America works 40 hours a week, that person should not be living in poverty. She understands that we must raise the minimum wage to a living wage. And she is determined to create millions of new jobs by rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure – our roads, bridges, water systems and wastewater plants.

But her opponent – Donald Trump – well, he has a very different view. He does not support raising the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour – a starvation wage. While Donald Trump believes in huge tax breaks for billionaires, he believes that states should actually have the right to lower the minimum wage below $7.25. What an outrage!

This election is about overturning Citizens United, one of the worst Supreme Court decisions in the history of our country. That decision allows the wealthiest people in America, like the billionaire Koch brothers, to spend hundreds of millions of dollars buying elections and, in the process, undermine American democracy.

Hillary Clinton will nominate justices to the Supreme Court who are prepared to overturn Citizens United and end the movement toward oligarchy in this country. Her Supreme Court appointments will also defend a woman’s right to choose, workers’ rights, the rights of the LGBT community, the needs of minorities and immigrants and the government’s ability to protect the environment.

If you don’t believe this election is important, if you think you can sit it out, take a moment to think about the Supreme Court justices that Donald Trump would nominate and what that would mean to civil liberties, equal rights and the future of our country.

This election is about the thousands of young people I have met who have left college deeply in debt, and the many others who cannot afford to go to college. During the primary campaign, Secretary Clinton and I both focused on this issue but with different approaches. Recently, however, we have come together on a proposal that will revolutionize higher education in America. It will guarantee that the children of any family this country with an annual income of $125,000 a year or less – 83 percent of our population – will be able to go to a public college or university tuition free. That proposal also substantially reduces student debt.

This election is about climate change, the greatest environmental crisis facing our planet, and the need to leave this world in a way that is healthy and habitable for our kids and future generations. Hillary Clinton is listening to the scientists who tell us that – unless we act boldly and transform our energy system in the very near future – there will be more drought, more floods, more acidification of the oceans, more rising sea levels. She understands that when we do that we can create hundreds of thousands of good-paying jobs.

Donald Trump? Well, like most Republicans, he chooses to reject science. He believes that climate change is a “hoax,” no need to address it. Hillary Clinton understands that a president’s job is to worry about future generations, not the short-term profits of the fossil fuel industry.

This campaign is about moving the United States toward universal health care and reducing the number of people who are uninsured or under-insured. Hillary Clinton wants to see that all Americans have the right to choose a public option in their health care exchange. She believes that anyone 55 years or older should be able to opt in to Medicare and she wants to see millions more Americans gain access to primary health care, dental care, mental health counseling and low-cost prescription drugs through a major expansion of community health centers.

And What is Donald Trump’s position on health care? No surprise there. Same old, same old Republican contempt for working families. He wants to abolish the Affordable Care Act, throw 20 million people off of the health insurance they currently have and cut Medicaid for lower-income Americans.

Hillary Clinton also understands that millions of seniors, disabled vets and others are struggling with the outrageously high cost of prescription drugs and the fact that Americans pay the highest prices in the world for their medicine. She knows that Medicare must negotiate drug prices with the pharmaceutical industry and that drug companies should not be making billions in profits while one in five Americans are unable to afford the medicine they need. The greed of the drug companies must end.

This election is about the leadership we need to pass comprehensive immigration reform and repair a broken criminal justice system. It’s about making sure that young people in this country are in good schools and at good jobs, not in jail cells. Hillary Clinton understands that we have to invest in education and jobs for our young people, not more jails or incarceration.

In these stressful times for our country, this election must be about bringing our people together, not dividing us up. While Donald Trump is busy insulting one group after another, Hillary Clinton understands that our diversity is one of our greatest strengths. Yes. We become stronger when black and white, Latino, Asian-American, Native American – all of us – stand together. Yes. We become stronger when men and women, young and old, gay and straight, native born and immigrant fight to create the kind of country we all know we can become.

It is no secret that Hillary Clinton and I disagree on a number of issues. That’s what this campaign has been about. That’s what democracy is about. But I am happy to tell you that at the Democratic Platform Committee there was a significant coming together between the two campaigns and we produced, by far, the most progressive platform in the history of the Democratic Party. Among many other strong provisions, the Democratic Party now calls for breaking up the major financial institutions on Wall Street and the passage of a 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act. It also calls for strong opposition to job-killing free trade agreements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Our job now is to see that platform implemented by a Democratic Senate, a Democratic House and a Hillary Clinton presidency – and I am going to do everything I can to make that happen.

I have known Hillary Clinton for 25 years. I remember her as a great first lady who broke precedent in terms of the role that a first lady was supposed to play as she helped lead the fight for universal health care. I served with her in the United States Senate and know her as a fierce advocate for the rights of children.

Hillary Clinton will make an outstanding president and I am proud to stand with her here tonight."


Monday, July 25, 2016

IGGY AZALEA & FRENCH MONTANA READY TO MINGLE

Iggy Azalea



A month after announcing her breakup with ex-fiancé Nick Young, Iggy Azalea is single and ready to mingle...with French Montana?

The two rappers were spotted getting cozy in Las Vegas Saturday night and early Sunday. They attended Jennifer Lopez's All I Have residency show at Caesar's Palace together, as seen in a video French posted on Snapchat, and partied together hours later at the Jewel nightclub at the Aria Resort & Casino.

Inside the venue, they were seen dancing and then left together, E! News has learned exclusively. Iggy and French have not commented about their night out.

Earlier in the night, French helped J.Lo celebrate an early 47th birthday at a post-concert bash that was also attended by Kim Kardashian and Calvin Harris.

Iggy had performed a scheduled set at the club. She arrived just after 1 a.m., wearing a sheer, printed long-sleeve top that showed off her bra and skin-tight blue tie-dyed knee-length skirt, paired with nude ankle boots, and talked to E! News about her performance.

"There's like never anything new for me to do in life, so it's fun when there's something that comes up that you haven't done yet, or gone to yet," she said. "I'm really excited to get in there. A lot of my friends have been coming to Jewel the last couple weeks and telling me good things, so [I'm] excited to check it out."

Iggy also talked about a sexy mirror selfie of herself in a bikini that she recently posted on Instagram.

"I think I just got a summer tan, I think that always makes you look like you lost a few pounds!" she joked.

Later, inside the club, she was seated at a VIP table. Moments later, French and his entourage arrived and sat near her. He and Iggy began chatting and showcased great chemistry. They drank together and raising a toast, E! News has learned. Less than an hour later, Iggy began her set, performing tracks such as "Fancy," "Team" and "Black Widow," and flashed the peace sign at French and his entourage from the stage.

She performed for less than 20 minutes and then got offstage and resumed chatting with French and his friends. She also greeted fans and posed for photos. Iggy and French then began dancing together and left the club together around 2:30 a.m.

Iggy announced last month she and Young, 31, had split and ended their engagement after dating for more than two years. It marked the rapper's most high-profile public relationship. She accused Young of cheating on her and it was later revealed that he had gotten his ex and mother of his son pregnant.

French, who had famously dated Khloe Kardashian for several months in 2014, had said on The Amber Rose Show earlier this month that he is single.




OZZY OSBOURNE MARRIAGE JUST A BUMP IN THE ROAD






Ozzy Osbourne said his very public split from wife Sharon Osbourne earlier this year was just a “bump in the road” and the two are now “back on track again.”

“Oh, she’s back on track again,” Osbourne, 67, said in an interview that aired today on “Good Morning America.” “You just, you make mistakes, and you learn by your mistakes, I think.”

Sharon Osbourne Addresses Reports of Split With Ozzy Osbourne: 'I'm Not With Him'

Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne Reunite for Ozzfest Announcement

After tabloid reports of turbulence in their 33-year marriage, Sharon announced on CBS’ “The Talk” in May that she had kicked her husband out of their home.

“I’m 63 years of age and I can’t keep living like this,” she said on the show, of which she is a co-host. “I don’t know where I’m going, who I’m going with. And I just need time to think.”

Now, two months later, Ozzy Osbourne, who shares three children with Sharon, put a different perspective on their marital troubles.

“No, it’s just a bump in the road,” said the Black Sabbath rocker. “Some days it’s good, some days it’s terrible, some days you just drift apart for a while. But you get back on the horse, you know.”

Osbourne’s son, Jack, who is married with two children of his own, defended the fact that marriage is not always perfect.

“As a married person myself, you know, marriage is not like, ‘Hey, we’re married. All is good.’ I mean, it’s just life,” Jack told “GMA.”



The Osbourne father and son are hitting the road together for their new, offbeat travelogue reality series, "Ozzy and Jack's World Detour."

“It’s kind of like a father-son bucket-list travel history show,” Jack explained.

Osbourne described the show as, “kind of like learning about each other, as well as learning about history along the way.”

The pair said the show made them realize they share some similarities, while also pointing out their differences.

“Jack’s the organized [one], where I’m not,” Osbourne laughed.


“No, it’s funny though, that you say that,” said Jack. “I realized a lot of our similarities while doing this.”

“You can drive and I can’t,” Osbourne joked again.

When asked what they think people will take away from their new show, the answer was simple.

“I hope they enjoy the show,” said Ozzy. “I hope they get a good laugh out of it, and learn something about us. And just have fun with it, you know? It’s just not a serious show. It’s just a lighthearted tour around the world.”

"Ozzy and Jack's World Detour" airs Sundays on the History Channel.

SAMANTHA BRUCE-BENJAMIN @ ROGERS MANSION

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The Westhampton Leisure Hour And Supper Club



Author Samantha Bruce-Benjamin’s second novel, The Westhampton Leisure Hour and Supper Club, is about five minutes in the life of a Hampton’s society hostess and offers a fascinating view of the devastation that the 1938 Hurricane wrought in the Hamptons. Based on a real supper club and historical research, Ms. Bruce-Benjamin’s novel has been praised for its author’s skillful rendering of both the milieu and her characters, whose lives are changed forever on September 21, 1938. Co-sponsored with the Rogers Memorial Library.



Samantha Bruce-Benjamin was born and raised in Edinburg, Scotland. She received a Master of Arts with honors in English Literature from the University of Edinburg. Formerly she worked as a literacy editor for Random House and BBC. Along with The Westhampton Leisure Hour and Supper Club, Ms. Bruce-Benjamin has written The Art of Devotion, an Examiner and Bookreporter Best Book of 2010. Ms. Bruce-Benjamin is currently spends her time in New York and Edinburg while she works towards her PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Edinburgh.


LOCATION: The Sayre Barn on the Grounds of the Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane

DATE & TIME: Saturday, July 30: 4:00 PM

FEE: Free admission, RSVP (631) 283-2494



SHEILA E. TALKS PRINCE WITH LARRY KING NOW


Shelia E. On Larry King Now



On a special season 5 premiere episode of the multi-Emmy nominated series “Larry King Now,” Prince’s ex-fiance and legendary drummer Sheila E. sits down with Larry King where she opens up about the untimely death of her friend and music partner, sharing special moments she shared with the icon and whether or not we will hear Prince's unreleased music in the near future. Plus, Sheila discusses the state of the music business and dishes on her most notable collaborations, from Ringo Starr to BeyoncĂ©.




Sheila reflects back on her fondest memories with Prince and his unfortunate cause of death, which was officially classified as an accidental overdose of the painkiller fentanyl. She reveals whether or not she had ever seen Prince use or abuse pain medication and says, “I’ve never even seen him take an aspirin, or a Tylenol,” however, due to the nature of his performance, she knows that “he was in pain...I was always getting hurt and so was he.”




The musician also reveals to Larry King that Prince has hundreds of unreleased tracks that she hopes the world gets to hear, “There’s hundreds of songs that I recorded with him that I have not heard yet.” Adding that Prince did not have plans to release the music himself, saying “He said he wouldn’t release it, but he said maybe someday someone would.”




When reflecting back on the difficulties she experienced breaking into the music industry as a woman, Sheila remembers being offered record deals in exchange for sex. She described the challenge saying, “It was the things that the other guys would say to me that were offensive,” like “I can get you a record deal. Here’s my number, hey, let’s have sex.” Sheila is also not shy about her disdain for the rise of music streaming venues like Spotify and Apple Music, telling Larry that “It’s kinda like stealing. I don’t like it, I don’t appreciate it, again it’s helping collapse this industry.”


Plus, Sheila plays Larry King’s signature trivia game, 'If You Only Knew,' in which she reveals the music collaboration she wishes to see in the near future and the most starstruck she's ever been. Prince’s longtime friend also discusses how the legendary 'Purple Rain' singer will be remembered 50 years down the road. 

TONI BRAXTON @ BERGEN PAC FOR AMERICAN TOUR

Toni Braxton




Seven-time GRAMMY Award-winning singer, songwriter and actress Toni Braxton stops at bergenPAC on her North American tour. Most recently, Braxton released “Love, Marriage & Divorce,” a duets album with Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds. The album took off behind “Hurt You,” the Urban AC #1 duet hit co-written by Toni Braxton & Babyface (with Daryl Simmons and Antonio Dixon), and produced by Babyface. The two also shared the win for Best R&B Album at the 2015 GRAMMY Awards.



Today, with over 67 million in sales worldwide and seven GRAMMY Awards, Braxton is recognized as one of the most outstanding voices of this generation. Her distinctive sultry vocal blend of R&B, pop, jazz and gospel became an instantaneous international sensation when she came forth with her first solo recording in 1992. Braxton stormed the charts in the 90’s with the releases of “Toni Braxton” and “Secrets,” which spawned the hit singles and instant classics; “Another Sad Love Song,” “Breathe Again,” “You’re Makin’ Me High,” and “Unbreak My Heart.” Today, Braxton balances the demands of her career with the high priorities of family, health and public service as she raises her two sons Denim and Diezel. This year Toni was the Executive Producer of the highly-rated Lifetime movie “Unbreak My Heart” which was based on her memoir and she is the star of the WEtv hit reality series Braxton Family Values in its fifth season.



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Sunday, July 24, 2016

EAGLES OF DEATH METAL PLAY LAS VEGAS STRIP

Eagles Of Death Metal



Eagles of Death Metal performed at The Pool at the famed Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada over the weekend.


TRAVIS BARKER AND BLINK 182 PLAY HARD ROCK

Travis Barker



Travis Barker was snapped as Blink 182 perfomed at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada yesterday.


Thursday, July 21, 2016