German Musician – Schlammpeitziger http://schlammpeitziger.com/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 23:30:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://schlammpeitziger.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default.png German Musician – Schlammpeitziger http://schlammpeitziger.com/ 32 32 Sander van Doorn, SELVA and Macon release collaborative high-octane track “Raindrops” ft. chacel https://schlammpeitziger.com/sander-van-doorn-selva-and-macon-release-collaborative-high-octane-track-raindrops-ft-chacel/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 23:01:24 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/sander-van-doorn-selva-and-macon-release-collaborative-high-octane-track-raindrops-ft-chacel/ Sander van Doorn is back on the release radar with his first sound offering of 2022. “Raindrops” sees the revered musician join alongside Brazilian actor SELVA and German talent Macon, and features vocals from Chacel. The new track directly follows Doorn’s Purple Haze releases from last year, “Manoeuvres” and “Recover.” It also follows several tracks […]]]>

Sander van Doorn is back on the release radar with his first sound offering of 2022. “Raindrops” sees the revered musician join alongside Brazilian actor SELVA and German talent Macon, and features vocals from Chacel. The new track directly follows Doorn’s Purple Haze releases from last year, “Manoeuvres” and “Recover.”

It also follows several tracks from last October such as ‘scary monsters‘, SELVAthe collaborative effort of Wankelmut and MATTN, ‘Tell me’, Mâcon, SOLON, and chacel‘s track, and ‘Thinking of you‘, chacel and LOKIIis a hit single. Available now via Rotating discs, ‘Raindrops‘ is available to listen to on all streaming platforms.

The track kicks off immediately with a throbbing bass, perfectly coupled with a growing tension that builds with each passing second. A catchy beat is quickly ushered into the space, providing a much-loved four-on-the-floor beat and a smooth vocal cut.

The pacing begins to slow as haunting atmospheric production elements are infused, emphasizing emotionally charged lyricism. A build up ensues and is unleashed with a copious amount of punchy bass. Throughout the effort, one can clearly hear each artist’s unique sound, a harmonious blend of Sander van Doorn, SELVA, Macon, and chacelthe distinct musical art of .

Listen to the track below.

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Ten years later, survivors haunted by cruise ship disaster in Italy https://schlammpeitziger.com/ten-years-later-survivors-haunted-by-cruise-ship-disaster-in-italy/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 03:00:13 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/ten-years-later-survivors-haunted-by-cruise-ship-disaster-in-italy/ Rome (AFP) – On the evening of January 13, 2012, Umberto Trotti heard cries of terror from his wife and baby in the lifeboat below and threw himself from the capsizing Italian cruise ship. The Costa Concordia, a vast luxury liner, had run aground off the Italian island of Giglio and fell into freezing waters, […]]]>

Rome (AFP) – On the evening of January 13, 2012, Umberto Trotti heard cries of terror from his wife and baby in the lifeboat below and threw himself from the capsizing Italian cruise ship.

The Costa Concordia, a vast luxury liner, had run aground off the Italian island of Giglio and fell into freezing waters, in a disaster that would kill 32 people.

There had been no room for Trotti in the lifeboat that carried his wife Fjorda and two young children, but hearing their panic as the ship was launched, he jumped up to join them.

“It was out of instinct, my family needed me. I jumped three or four meters (10 or 13 feet). I landed on a fat German, a poor man,” Trotti told the AFP.

The family were unsure whether they should return to Giglio for a ceremony Thursday and a candlelight procession marking 10 years of the disaster.

Ship horns will ring and church bells will ring at 9.45 p.m. (8.45 p.m. GMT) to mark the moment the liner, owned by Costa Crociere, a subsidiary of US giant Carnival, struck an outcrop, after Captain Francesco Schettino ordered a passage. “hi” to the Tuscan island.

Trotti, 44, and Fjorda, 33, were on their honeymoon.

“It was supposed to be the best experience of our life,” he said.

“Those who are not on board will never understand. I was so in shock, I was walking like a zombie.”

‘Atrocious’

The liner, carrying 4,229 people from 70 countries, ran aground while many passengers were having dinner.

Schettino, later sentenced to 16 years for the shipwreck, was slow to sound the alarm.

The evacuation began more than an hour after the collision, when the lifeboats on one side were unusable.

“We were saved by a leader,” says Trotti. They were in the blue and gold Ristorante Milano when the ship made landfall.

Paolo Maspero, still in his hat, “took my six-month-old son in his arms. The water was coming”.

“If he hadn’t come to pick us up, we would be dead,” said Trotti, who couldn’t swim.

Images later shot by the Coast Guard would show divers in the sunken restaurant, battling wrecks, looking for casualties.

People in the Vienna bar listened to pianist Antimo Magnotta, who fell from his stool as the ship swayed.

He found himself surrounded by terrified passengers demanding answers.

“A woman approached me with two very small children. She was like a tiger, a lion, she almost attacked me. She said ‘you have to tell me what to do to save my children'”, a- he told AFP.

Magnotta, who wrote a book called “The Pianist of Costa Concordia,” said he did what he was trained to do and reassured passengers the captain would make an announcement.

“I promised them. But Schettino never spoke. It was a huge betrayal,” he said.

The electricity broke and as the rolling ship became more and more difficult to walk, a series of “hellish” blackouts began.

‘Unforgivable’

“People disappeared into the dark, then reappeared. They shouted ‘Mum, where are you?’. I still remember the names people screaming as they searched for each other today,” said Magnotta, 51. .

He eventually managed to get off the side of the ship. Two of his friends died that night.

Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, the musician moved to London and found work as a waiter at the cafe at the Victoria and Albert Museum, which luckily had a piano.

Months later, he persuaded his manager to let him play and got a permanent gig.

Ten years later, he wanted to return to Giglio to play for the locals. But he is unable to forgive Schettino “for never having said forgiveness”.

The former captain was convicted in 2015 of several counts of manslaughter, causing a maritime accident and abandoning the ship before all passengers and crew were evacuated.

Schettino – nicknamed “Captain Coward” in the media – appealed to the European Court of Human Rights. His lawyers are expected to ask him this year to serve the remainder of his sentence at home for good behavior.

Missing brother

Kevin Rebello, 47, has refused to try Schettino, despite the death of his younger brother on board.

The body of Russel, a 32-year-old waiter, was found three years after the disaster, during the dismantling of the rusty wreckage.

He had been ill that night. “He was in his cabin when it was flooded with water,” Rebello told AFP.

“He rushed in barefoot in shorts and met a friend who loaned him clothes … He helped people get into the lifeboats.

“He was still helping them when the ship tilted sharply and people fell into the water. No one saw him after that.”

Reliving the disaster is “incredibly difficult”, but Rebello returns to Giglio for the birthday.

“It’s like a second home for me. I feel close to my brother when I’m there,” he said.

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5 new places to discover in Europe, from the Humboldt Forum in Berlin to the Gainsbourg Museum in Paris https://schlammpeitziger.com/5-new-places-to-discover-in-europe-from-the-humboldt-forum-in-berlin-to-the-gainsbourg-museum-in-paris/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 07:30:10 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/5-new-places-to-discover-in-europe-from-the-humboldt-forum-in-berlin-to-the-gainsbourg-museum-in-paris/ The coronavirus pandemic may have slowed Europe down, but it hasn’t stopped it from staying news. During my travels on the mainland in recent months, I have found that many new attractions have opened their doors. Paris, Barcelona and other beloved cities are full of museums, parks, sporting experiences and much more. Since the last […]]]>

The coronavirus pandemic may have slowed Europe down, but it hasn’t stopped it from staying news.

During my travels on the mainland in recent months, I have found that many new attractions have opened their doors.

Paris, Barcelona and other beloved cities are full of museums, parks, sporting experiences and much more. Since the last time you were there, Europe has changed in inspiring ways.

1. Berlin

Humboldt Forum: a must-see cultural destination

Germany is known around the world for its efficiency, precision and ingenuity. This is why it is not surprising that during the pandemic, the Germans managed to complete the construction of one of the most impressive cultural complexes in Europe.

My most enduring memory of Berlin is running out of time to see the countless artifacts and works of art on Museum Island. And now we’ll have to allow even more time, as the plot of land has been beautified by the new Humboldt Forum, which cost $ 1 billion to build over nearly two decades.

In July last year, Berlin’s newest museum complex opened in the former royal palace. With exhibits on science, art and history, the Humboldt Forum aims to be on a par with the Louvre in Paris and the British Museum.

The Berlin exhibition, for example, presents the development of the German capital and its influence on Europe.

At the Humboldt Lab, visitors can learn about cutting-edge research on issues such as climate change being conducted by Humboldt University.

The Humboldt Forum also features more than 20,000 works of art from Asia, Africa, the Americas and the Pacific. On top of that, this edifice is visually striking, with the palace’s classic Baroque architecture complemented by modern extensions.


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Scorpions’ Matthias Jabs to be interviewed at Namm’s “Believe In Music” event https://schlammpeitziger.com/scorpions-matthias-jabs-to-be-interviewed-at-namms-believe-in-music-event/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 19:01:04 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/scorpions-matthias-jabs-to-be-interviewed-at-namms-believe-in-music-event/ SCORPIO guitarist Matthias jabs will participate in an online chat for NAMM‘s Believe in music event later this month. The 66-year-old German musician will be interviewed by a journalist Rick damigella Thursday, Jan.20 from 2:30 p.m. PT. This year Believe in music The virtual event is open to the public and registration is free at […]]]>

SCORPIO guitarist Matthias jabs will participate in an online chat for NAMM‘s Believe in music event later this month. The 66-year-old German musician will be interviewed by a journalist Rick damigella Thursday, Jan.20 from 2:30 p.m. PT.

This year Believe in music The virtual event is open to the public and registration is free at attend.believeinmusic.tv.

Believe in music is hosted by NAMM President and CEO Joe lamond and Pensado Square co-founder Trawick Grass and will include live music, interviews and artist entertainment in a wide variety of genres, interactive brand pages to connect buyers and sellers directly for networking and several live and on-site music education seminars. Requirement. Seminar topics include music and social justice, music and wellness, live event production, studio production, and tips on how to strategically grow a retail business or brand. .

SCORPIO’19th studio album, “Rock believer”, will be released on February 25.

Two months ago, SCORPIO released the official music video for the LP’s first single, “Peacemaker”. Track includes music courtesy of the guitarist Rudolf Schenker and bassist Pawel maciwoda and words of the singer Klaus Meine.

“Rock believer” was recorded mainly at Peppermint Park Studios in Hanover, Germany and was mixed with the legendary Hansa Studios in Berlin, Germany with engineer Michel ilbert, who won several Grammy nominations for his mixing work with the producer Max Martin on the albums of Taylor Swift and Katy Perry.

SCORPIOnew album will mark their first release since 2017 “Born To Touch Your Feelings – Best Of Rock Ballads”, which was an anthology of new and classic material.

SCORPIO originally planned to record the new album in Los Angeles with the producer Greg Fidelman, whose previous credits include NOOSE and METALLIC. However, due to the pandemic, some of the initial work was done with Gregory remotely, after which SCORPIO chose to conduct the recordings themselves with the help of their engineer Hans-Martin Buff.

Meine said previously Talk about metal that the purpose with the use Fidelman produce “Rock believer” was to bring “the old vibe of albums like ‘Blackout’, ‘Thunderbolt’ or even ‘Lovedrive’. We try to focus on those albums and that attitude, “he said.” If we get there, who knows, it’s so many years later. But it’s the spirit and the whole atmosphere around this album. This time the emphasis is on the harder songs. “

According to Meine, SCORPIO‘the new LP features “no outside writer at all”, unlike that of 2015 “Back forever”, which was largely co-written by the producers of the album, Mikaël Nord Andersson and Martin hansen.

SCORPIO will launch them “Rock believer” world tour in March in Las Vegas where the group will give nine shows as part of their residency at the Planet Hollywood Hotel. Then, they will cross the Atlantic to Europe where they will give six concerts in France and six shows in Germany supported by Wolfgang van halenthe new group Mammoth WVH.

SCORPIO‘the last complete collection of new recordings was the aforementioned “Back forever”, including in part songs the band had in the ’80s vault. It was the last recorded appearance of SCORPIOlongtime drummer James kottak, who was fired from the group in September 2016. He has since been replaced by Mikkey dee, formerly of MOTÖRHEAD.

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Stryper Singer – Unlike Slayer, We Practice What We Preach https://schlammpeitziger.com/stryper-singer-unlike-slayer-we-practice-what-we-preach/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 15:34:02 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/stryper-singer-unlike-slayer-we-practice-what-we-preach/ Over the years, Michael Sweet has firmly maintained his belief that Stryper is not a Christian band, but rather a band made up of Christians. However, he claims that they have stuck with their identity and unlike groups like Slayer, they practice what they preach. “I have recently, over the past few years, said several […]]]>

Over the years, Michael Sweet has firmly maintained his belief that Stryper is not a Christian band, but rather a band made up of Christians. However, he claims that they have stuck with their identity and unlike groups like Slayer, they practice what they preach.

“I have recently, over the past few years, said several times, and it has really caused a stir, that we are not a Christian group. And people say, “What? But we’re Christians in a rock band. And there is a difference, ”Sweet said during an episode of Chris Jericho. Speak is Jericho Podcast.

“We weren’t raised in church; we were brought up on the streets of LA playing Gazzarri’s, Troubadour, Whiskey, and we became Christians. And we kept doing what we always have. done, but with a different message, ”he said. continued. “We’re really not a Christian band. But if people want to call us a Christian band, that’s okay. But I think of us as just a rock band that decided to take a different path.”

The frontman then compared the essence of Stryper to that of Slayer in order to show that his band is truly living the lifestyle they talk about in their songs. Members read the Bible, believe what it says, and attend church.

“So in doing this, so to speak, we are practicing what we preach. We are not perfect – in any sense of the word, we are not perfect – but we are really doing our best to represent Christ, to represent God. and all of that represents God, ”Sweet explained.

“But it’s funny when you hear about Slayer, and you think about the satanic group, the pentagram, the evil, then Tom [Araya] goes to church every Sunday with her children. Who is great. But what I mean is that it’s the opposite of what they think of. Stryper, on the other hand, you get what you get. We are who we are on and off stage. “

Listen to the full episode below.

Stryper is going on tour later this year. The 11-date American race will take place throughout May and begin in Derry, NH. See the full itinerary here.

Stryper’s Michael Sweet – Unlike Slayer, We Practice What We Preach

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David Bowie Estate Sells Entire Edition Catalog https://schlammpeitziger.com/david-bowie-estate-sells-entire-edition-catalog/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 16:07:46 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/david-bowie-estate-sells-entire-edition-catalog/ The David Bowie estate sold the worldwide publishing rights to the late rocker’s robust catalog to Warner Chappell Music in a deal valued at more than $ 250 million. The deal includes songs from Bowie’s 26 studio albums, from his self-titled 1967 debut to his 2016 album. Black Star, released two days before his death. […]]]>

The David Bowie estate sold the worldwide publishing rights to the late rocker’s robust catalog to Warner Chappell Music in a deal valued at more than $ 250 million.

The deal includes songs from Bowie’s 26 studio albums, from his self-titled 1967 debut to his 2016 album. Black Star, released two days before his death. It also includes the posthumous studio album Toy, which releases Friday, the two studio albums released by the hard rock band at the head of Bowie Tin Machine and various singles from the soundtracks and other projects.

Warner Chappell, a subsidiary of Warner Music Group, did not disclose details of the deal, but sources said Variety that Bowie’s publishing rights were “over $ 250 million.” Last year, Warner Music secured the global licensing rights to Bowie’s catalog of recorded music from 1968 to 2016, an agreement that will take effect in 2023. The company now owns all of Bowie’s work as a songwriter and recording artist.

Financial Time reported in October that Bowie’s catalog had sparked a bidding war, as several companies purchased the publishing catalogs of mainstream artists in recent years. Last month, ZZ Top sold its “entire musical interests” to BMG and KKR for an estimated $ 50 million. Almost exactly a year ago, Hipgnosis Songs Fund snatched up half of Neil Young’s catalog for $ 150 million.

Other recent edition sales include Motley Crue ($ 150 million), Stevie Nicks ($ 100 million), Bob Dylan (est. $ 300-400 million) and Bruce Springsteen, who sold his masters and its publishing catalog for $ 500 million last month.

Bowie earned a reputation as one of rock’s greatest shape-shifters during his roughly five-decade career. Its catalog includes canonical hits such as “Space Oddity”, “Changes”, “Rebel Rebel”, “Ziggy Stardust”, “Fame”, “Golden Years”, “Let’s Dance”, “Modern Love” and many more. . The edition sale is another victory for Warner Chappell, who also acquired the catalogs of Bruno Mars, Cardi B, Quincy Jones and the estate of George Michael, among others.

David Bowie Albums Ranked

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Rockers remember Betty White who died at 99 https://schlammpeitziger.com/rockers-remember-betty-white-who-died-at-99/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 16:08:07 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/rockers-remember-betty-white-who-died-at-99/ Golden Girl Betty White has passed away. She was 99 years old and a few weeks away from celebrating her 100th birthday on January 17th. Many rockers have taken to social media to pay tribute to the legendary actress who won the Guinness World Record for Longest Television Career by a Female Artist in 2018. […]]]>

Golden Girl Betty White has passed away. She was 99 years old and a few weeks away from celebrating her 100th birthday on January 17th.

Many rockers have taken to social media to pay tribute to the legendary actress who won the Guinness World Record for Longest Television Career by a Female Artist in 2018. You can check out the articles below.

White died peacefully in her sleep at home, her agent and close friend Jeff Witjas said People Magazine in a press release. “Even though Betty was about to turn 100, I thought she would live forever,” he says. “I will miss her terribly, just like the animal world she loved so much. I don’t think Betty was ever afraid of dying because she always wanted to be with her most beloved husband Allen Ludden. that she would be with him again. “

White is probably best known for her role as the adorable Rose Nylund in Golden girls, but her career spanned decades before and after she landed the job. She started in the entertainment industry in the 1940s working in radio, eventually getting her own show called The Betty White Show. White also appeared on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in the 1970s and Hot in Cleveland in the 2010s.

Against me! Singer and guitarist Laura Jane Grace wrote on Twitter: “Damn it. The end of 2021 with the passing of the last Golden Girl alive is an ominous sign. Stay east Betty White. Hope you and the girls share a cheesecake tonight. “

Disturbed bassist John Moyer wrote: “No one lives forever, but some of us should. Everyone’s favorite golden girl will always be golden in our hearts.”

Ice Nine Kills’ Spencer Charnas also took to Twitter to post a photo of White with the caption: “What a bad ass she was #RIPBettyWhite

Loudwire expresses its deepest condolences to Betty White’s family and friends at this time.

The rockers we lost in 2021

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TV Movie Guide: January 3 – 9 | Film news https://schlammpeitziger.com/tv-movie-guide-january-3-9-film-news/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 05:01:48 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/tv-movie-guide-january-3-9-film-news/ HIGHLIGHTS FROM SBS WORLD FILMS THIS WEEK: Audio Description (AD) available for The top breakers, Robinson Crusoe and September 11: Escape the towers Closed Captions (CC) available for The Breaker Upperers, 9/11: Escape the Towers and His smell MONDAY JANUARY 3 The case of the three-sided dream11:45 a.m., NITV (repeat Wednesday January 5, 9:30 p.m. […]]]>

HIGHLIGHTS FROM SBS WORLD FILMS THIS WEEK:

  • Audio Description (AD) available for The top breakers, Robinson Crusoe and September 11: Escape the towers
  • Closed Captions (CC) available for The Breaker Upperers, 9/11: Escape the Towers and His smell

MONDAY JANUARY 3

The case of the three-sided dream
11:45 a.m., NITV (repeat Wednesday January 5, 9:30 p.m. / Thursday January 6, 11:45 a.m.)

PG
United States, 2014
Kind: Documentary, Music
Language: English
Director: Adam kahan
With: Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Betty Neals, Rory Kirk, Michael Max Fleming, Sonelius Smith
What is it about?
The documentary film about the life and legacy of Rahsaan Roland Kirk – a one-of-a-kind musician, personality, activist and windmill killer who, despite being blind, became paralyzed and faced with the racial injustices of the America, has not wavered.

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 4

A time to swim
1:00 p.m., NITV

PG
Canada, 2017
Kind: Documentary
Language: English
Director: Ashley duong
What is it about?
In the suburbs of Montreal, Mutang Urud is a father. But in Malaysia, he was a voice of resistance for the indigenous peoples of Sarawak. A time to swim follows Mutang as he returns home for the first time since his exile in 1992 and discovers that the isolated forest village is not as he remembers it.

Broadcast after broadcast on SBS On Demand:

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5

Detective Chinatown 2
8:30 p.m., SBS VICELAND

M
China, 2018
Kind: Comedy, Mystery
Language: Mandarin, English
Director: Chen Sicheng
With : Baoqiang Wang, Liu Haoran, Xiao Yang, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Shang Yuxian, Bai Ling
What is it about?
Qin (Liu Haoran) comes to New York to attend Tang and Xiang’s wedding. Tang shows up with a flamboyant outfit. Turns out the so-called wedding is actually a worldwide sleuth contest, with a huge cash prize. The competition is to find the missing grandson of Uncle Qi (Tsang), the godfather of Chinatown.

Broadcast after broadcast on SBS On Demand:

The top breakers
10:45 p.m., SBS VICELAND

M, AD, CC
New Zealand, 2018
Kind: The comedy
Language: English
Director: Madeleine Sami, Jackie van Beek
With : Jackie van Beek, Madeleine Sami, Celia Pacquola, James Rolleston
What is it about?
Fifteen years ago, Mel (Sami) and Jen (van Beek) found out that they were being dubbed by the same man. Bitter and cynical, they became quick friends and formed The Breaker Upperers, a small business that separates couples for money. Now they are in their 30s and the business is booming. But when they meet an old victim, Mel realizes and their friendship is truly tested. Executive produced by Taika Waititi.

THURSDAY JANUARY 6

brown boys
9:30 p.m., NITV

MA15 +
New Zealand, 2019
Kind: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Language: English, Samoan
Director: Hans Masoë
With : Johnny Aukusitino, Jesme Fa’auuga, Tom Natoealofa, Eteuati Ete, Hans Masoe
What is it about?
The Brown Boys spend their weekends drinking, partying and chasing girls. Peter the Gambler (Masoe), Kiligi the Bad Influence (Aleni Tufuga), Magele the Badass (Natoealofa), Luka the Drunk Master (Fa’auuga), Siaki the Strange Guy (Aukusitino) and Mickey the Baby (Leaupepe Jnr) – they are family by blood and by choice. When one of the boys expresses a desire to settle down, it provokes reactions within the group that could sever ties of friendship and family forever.

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FRIDAY JANUARY 7

Robinson Crusoe
7:30 p.m., NITV

PG, AD
Belgium, France, 2016
Kind: Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family
Language: German
Director: Ben Stassen, Vincent Kesteloot
Voice distribution: Ilka Bessin, Dieter Hallervorden, Matthias Schweighöfer, Aylin Tezel, Kaya Yanar
What is it about?
After a severe storm, Robinson Crusoe is stranded on an island inhabited by an outgoing parrot and his eccentric animal friends. As the animals get to know their special new guest, they find him to be a useful ally when two complicit cats attempt to take control of their exotic paradise.

SATURDAY JANUARY 8

Teddy Pendergrass: If you don’t know me
7:30 p.m., NITV

M
United Kingdom, 2018
Kind: Documentary, Music
Language: English
Director: Olivia lichtenstein
What is it about?
The untold and ultimately inspiring story of legendary singer Teddy Pendergrass, the man on the verge of being the greatest R&B artist of all time until the tragic accident that changed his life forever at the age of 31 years only.

The dark side
9:35 p.m., NITV

PG
Australia, 2013
Kind: Documentary
Language: English
Director: Warwick thornton
With: Aaron Pedersen, Deborah Mailman, Sacha Horler, Bryan Brown, Claudia Karvan
What is it about?
Director Warwick Thornton (Samson & Delilah, Sweet country) brings together a collection of poignant, sad, funny and absurd real ghost tales from all over Australia, and brings them to life with some of Australia’s most iconic actors as storytellers.

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Fall
12:15 a.m., SBS

MA15 +
Germany, 2004
Kind: History, Drama
Director:
Olivier Hirschbiegel
With : Bruno Ganz, Alexandra Maria Lara, Juliane Köhler
What is it about?
Tracing the last 10 days of Hitler’s life (played by Ganz), from his 56th birthday on April 20, 1945, to his suicide on April 30, Fall uses multiple characters to show the chaos of a crumbling country, from Hitler’s henchman in the streets of Berlin, to soldiers and civilians fighting and dying as the Soviet army ravages the city above. Nominated for the Oscar for best foreign language film in 2005.

September 11: Escape the towers
3:00 a.m., SBS

M, AD, CC
United States, 2018
Kind: Documentary, History
Language: English
Director: Grace Chapman
What is it about?
Each World Trade Center tower had 110 floors. Each floor has a story. In this two-hour special, the survivors of two of these floors, many of whom are speaking for the first time, tell their stories. Focusing on one floor of the North Tower and another in the south, this film will offer a never-before-seen intimacy with what it was really like to be inside the Twin Towers on September 11.

SUNDAY JANUARY 9

20 feet of fame
8:30 p.m., NITV

M
United States, 2013
Kind: Documentary
Language: English
Director: Morgan neville
With: Chris Botti, Darlene Love, Bruce Springsteen, Patti Austin, Stevvi Alexander, Lou Adler
What is it about?
The choristers live in a world that lies just beyond the limelight. Their voices bring harmony to the biggest popular music groups, but we had no idea who these singers are or the lives they lead – until now. Directed by Morgan Neville (Best of Enemies: Buckley vs. Vidal, Won’t you be my neighbor).

Broadcast after broadcast on SBS On Demand:

Anori
10:10 p.m., NITV

PG
Greenland, 2018
Kind: Drama
Language: Inuktitut
Director: Pipaluk Jorgensen
With : Nûkaka Coster-Waldau, Angunnguaq Larsen, Ujarneq Fleischer
What is it about?
It is a tragic love story inspired by old Greenlandic myths. The film tells the story of Anori, a woman who believes only in all that is good in life, but when confronted with the dark forces of nature is determined to bring back the light. This modern story, set among incredible Greenlandic landscapes and intense New York City, takes you on a journey where the myth comes to life.

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His smell
00:20, SBS VICELAND

M, CC
United States, 2018
Kind: Drama, Music
Language: English
Director: Alex Ross Perry
With : Elisabeth Moss, Cara Delevingne, Dan Stevens, Amber Heard, Agyness Deyn
What is it about?
A self-destructive punk rocker (Moss) struggles with sobriety while trying to find the creative inspiration that led her group to success. From writer-director Alex Ross Perry (Listen to Philippe, Earth queen).

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Rush Pinball Machine Coming Soon To Make You An Arcade Tom Sawyer https://schlammpeitziger.com/rush-pinball-machine-coming-soon-to-make-you-an-arcade-tom-sawyer/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 14:44:53 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/rush-pinball-machine-coming-soon-to-make-you-an-arcade-tom-sawyer/ A rush pinball machine based on classic Canadian progressive rock heroes has been on its way from Stern Pinball, as a recent teaser video from the game creator revealed. This means that fans of Rush in vintage games will soon be able to roll their bones with the caress of a steel ball. Just like […]]]>

A rush pinball machine based on classic Canadian progressive rock heroes has been on its way from Stern Pinball, as a recent teaser video from the game creator revealed.

This means that fans of Rush in vintage games will soon be able to roll their bones with the caress of a steel ball. Just like an anachronistic, arcade-living Tom Sawyer.

In the teaser, Rush titles like “Bastille Day”, “Fly by Night”, “Limelight” and “Working Man” appear on the screen, indicating the songs that will likely be used in the game.

Watch the video towards the bottom of this article.

Rush, who formed in 1968 and released 19 studio albums during their life together, ceased performing in 2018. Drummer Neil Peart died of brain cancer two years later. Earlier this year, guitarist Alex Lifeson said he was probably done with many tours. Bassist-singer Geddy Lee began his memoir.

This month, a collaborative song emerged with Lifeson featuring Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello and Metallica shredder Kirk Hammett. In October, the Ohio State University Marching Band honored Rush’s music at a football game.

Stern Pinball is linked with 1970s and 1980s arcade game company Stern Electronics and has previously released pinball machines based on bands such as AC / DC, Iron Maiden, KISS, Led Zeppelin, and Metallica, as well as games for the movies. , television and more. .

No pricing or product images have yet been released for the Rush machine. But to give you an idea, Stern’s recent Star wars game sold for $ 4,599 each.

Rush pinball teaser video

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Musician Hasenhuttl hopes to strike the right note at West Ham https://schlammpeitziger.com/musician-hasenhuttl-hopes-to-strike-the-right-note-at-west-ham/ Sat, 25 Dec 2021 22:30:00 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/musician-hasenhuttl-hopes-to-strike-the-right-note-at-west-ham/ As Ralph Hasenhuttl strives to make his voice heard on the pitch during the holiday season, he’s also been looking to find the right marks on some Christmas classics! The Patron Saint is an avid pianist who has shown his musical talents to his team in the past. And the 54-year-old revealed he refreshed a […]]]>

As Ralph Hasenhuttl strives to make his voice heard on the pitch during the holiday season, he’s also been looking to find the right marks on some Christmas classics!

The Patron Saint is an avid pianist who has shown his musical talents to his team in the past.

And the 54-year-old revealed he refreshed a few Christmas carols while playing his beloved instrument in his apartment.

Asked by the Daily Echo if he knew any Christmas songs on the piano, Hasenhuttl replied: “They’re mostly Austrians, I only know the German versions!”

“Silent Night – I don’t know their names but you would.

“My neighbor on the 18th floor said he hears it and he listens to how I learn the new ones, but they get better. At Christmas, they are perfect!

Making him understand that all his neighbors in the block must be able to hear his interpretations, Hasenhuttl replied: “Yes, maybe so. The only guy who sometimes accompanied me with the elevator is the guy on the 18th floor. He tells me about it.

“So far no complaints from the neighbors!”

The win over West Ham on Boxing Day would be music to Hasenhuttl’s ears and give St Mary’s side their fourth league win of the campaign.


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