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My reaction to "Cidny Bullens" is, it doesn't teach me anything, so I'd rather myself look back to a tomboyish girl from once upon a time, named, Cindy Bullens that teaches me the importance of being a natural woman that she was back then. Thanks to me, who helped CD Baby re-release her first 2 albums, "Desire Wire" and "Steal the Night" in the mp3 format by purchasing a money order, so here is the story:
Cindy Bullens (born Cynthia Bullens March 21, 1955) is an American singer-songwriter who grew up in Massachusetts. Bullens released two albums in the late 1970s on United Artists and Casablanca and another in 1989.
Bullens' 1978 debut album, Desire Wire is described flatly by William Ruhlmann for Allmusic as: "One of the great lost rock albums of the 1970s, Bullens' debut release is full of tough, passionate, incredibly catchy rock & roll played to the hilt and sung with fire". These early albums anticipated later work by a host of 1980s female and female-identified rock artists, from Pat Benatar, to Blondie, to the Go-Go's, to Headpins.
In 1974, Bullens performed background vocals on Gene Clark's album No Other and as one of the Sex-O-Lettes on the debut album by Disco-Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes.
Bullens also served as a backup vocalist on Rod Stewart's Atlantic Crossing and with Elton John on three major tours, as well as his album Blue Moves and his hit with Kiki Dee, "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" (both released in 1976).
Bullens provided vocals on three songs ("It's Raining on Prom Night," "Mooning," and "Freddy, My Love") on the soundtrack of the 1977 feature film, Grease. The album release Grease was nominated for the 1979 Grammy Award for "Album of the Year".
In 1980, she earned another Grammy nomination (as "best female rock singer") for her single "Survivor".
In January 1980, Bullens hit the Billboard Hot 100 with the song "Trust Me." It peaked at #90. Bullens withdrew from the music business in the early 1980s to raise a family, returning i
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Malin Akerman and Hilary Rhoda sat front row at Carlisle's NYFW debut at Pier 59 Studios, in New York City.
On Vieuus, you will find the newest movie trailers as soon as they debut on the internet. For each trailer, you will find a brief synopsis of the flick, along with details such as its genre, director, star cast, movie studio, and release date. You can browse the website by the most popular clips, or by movies that will be releasing in the next few weeks. Of course, you also get a search feature that allows you to search Vieuus’ videos by keywords. Under each trailer, there are also buttons that let you share the post with your friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter.
C.W. Bordener is the debut author of The Cyprus Papers, a thriller set in the nation’s capital. His career focused on business valuation and litigation consulting at top-tier consulting firms in Washington, DC and Chicago. He holds an MBA from Indiana University. His exciting novel transcends his work experience as a financial consultant into a world of financial intrigue involving a rising presidential candidate. He resides in Washington, DC and is currently working on his second novel to be released in 2018.
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A multi-instrumentalist and gifted writer, described as a mix of Meghan Trainor, Duffy and Corinne Bailey Rae, Josie Dunne’s debut single and video “Old School” are out now. We sat down with the 21-year old artist at the Atlantic Records offices’ in New York City this week, where she filled us in on the inspiration behind her new song and shared what it was like writing for Kelly Clarkson.
"You're My Friend" is the debut single from The We Belong Bunch will be released on iTunes, AmazonMP3 and Google Play on Feb 2, 2018.
"You're My Friend" is a powerful message song that serves as the introduction to the soon to be released picture children's book, " The We Belong Bunch: Pookie J.'s School Day."
The We Belong Bunch: Pookie J.’s School Day is a children’s story about understanding and embracing each other’s differences to foster healthy relationships. The story is told from the perspective of Pookie J., a fifth-grade boy who wants to one day be a college professor like his father. He and his friends are the We Belong Bunch. Although the kids in the We Belong Bunch come from different places, cultures, and religious backgrounds, they are just kids being kids. They are kids who have dreams, love life, and enjoy learning. The adults in their lives create the environment of warmth and care that the We Belong Bunch enjoy. The story echoes the idea that we can all learn and support each other to improve our environment. The book is a great learning tool to help build a strong sense of self and belonging in our schools and community. Children can enjoy reading “The We Belong Bunch School Day” and meet kids that look, act, and have dreams like themselves and their peers. In addition, Pookie J.’s journey provides an opportunity for parents, teachers, and students to communicate the themes of supportive relationships, empathy, and inclusivity.
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"Paradise City" is a song by the American rock band Guns N' Roses, featured on their debut album, Appetite for Destruction (1987). It was released as a single in November 1988. It is also the only song on the album to feature a synthesizer. It is most known for its iconic lyrics, "Take me down to the Paradise City, where the grass is green and the girls are pretty." It is also frequently played at sports stadiums during games along with "Welcome to the Jungle", also from Appetite for Destruction. The song peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100, the band's third single to reach the Top 10 in the U.S, and number six on the UK Singles Chart.
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"Radioactive" is a song by American rock band Imagine Dragons for their major-label debut EP Continued Silence and later on their debut studio album, Night Visions (2012), as the opening track. "Radioactive" was first sent to modern rock radio on October 29, 2012, and released to contemporary radio on April 9, 2013. Musically, "Radioactive" is an electronic rock and alternative rock song with elements of dubstep and contains cryptic lyrics about apocalyptic and revolutionist themes.
The song received positive reviews from critics, who praised the production, lyrics, and vocals, calling it a highlight on the album. Due to heavy rotation on various commercials and trailers, the song became a sleeper hit, peaking at number three on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and becoming the band's first top 10 single as well as being the third best selling song in that country. It also broke the record for slowest ascension to the top 5 in chart history and currently holds the record for most weeks spent on the Billboard Hot 100 at 87 weeks. The song has also reached number one in Sweden and in the top 20 in several countries including Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, becoming Imagine Dragons' most successful single to date. It has since been certified Diamond in the USA, making it one of the best selling singles of all time. The song was also Spotify's most streamed song before being overtaken by Avicii's Wake Me Up late 2014 and is considered the track that made streaming a viable method of music consumption.
"Radioactive" received two Grammy Awards nominations for Record of the Year and Best Rock Performance, winning the latter. This was Imagine Dragons' first time being nominated. During the broadcast, they presented a remix of the song with their Interscope label-mate, rapper Kendrick Lamar. The remix was later released for purchase on iTunes.
"Thinking out loud" - is a song by English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, produced by Jake Gosling. The song was released by iTunes on June 18, 2014, as a promotional single from their second studio album. After the release of the album, the song debuted at position 26 of the UK Singles Chart, where it subsequently reached the number one spot and became Sheeran's second song to reach the top position in the UK. "Thinking Out Loud" came to Australian radio stations on August 14, 2014 and was released in North America on September 24 of the same year. Due to its commercial success, the song was released as a third single.