This is perhaps the greatest halftime show blooper that I have ever seen.
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Bruno Mars' lovely voice and amazing talents have landed him one of the most coveted gigs there is.
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THE WHO SUPER BOWL 44 HALFTIME SHOW 2010 "NEWS"
*******funfactsandinfo.blogspot**** THE WHO SUPER BOWL 44 HALFTIME SHOW 2010 "NEWS" Lasers, lights and fireworks were flashing full-tilt through the Who’s halftime show Sunday at Super Bowl XLIV. It looked as if the producers were worried that the rock geezers at the center — the guitarist and songwriter Pete Townshend, 64, and the singer Roger Daltrey, 65 — might not look heroic enough to the camera. Townshend, in a porkpie hat and shades with a black suit hanging off his lanky frame, was grizzled. Daltrey, in a striped neo-Mod jacket and a scarf, revealed a voice that was raspy and thick. But the Who still had the stadium shouting along on choruses Townshend wrote decades ago: “Who are you” and “We don’t get fooled again!”
The Who didn’t hazard “My Generation,” with its famous line “Hope I die before I get old,” or the other songs written in guitar-smashing youth as the Who got its start. (The band didn’t break any equipment for this finale, either.)
Instead, for what was probably its biggest one-time viewing audience, the Who chose repertory from Townshend’s increasingly ambitious late-1960s albums and afterward, when he was already taking a grown-up’s point of view: “Pinball Wizard” and the gentle “See me, feel me” snippet from his 1969 rock opera “Tommy”; “Baba O’Riley” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again” from the 1971 “Who’s Next”; and the title song from the 1978 “Who Are You.” If there was a 21st-century attention-span paradox in having the man who wrote rock operas and concept albums compress his life’s work into 12 minutes — well, Townshend said beforehand that the medley was Daltrey’s idea.
They were songs about prowess, determination, desperation and rage at how revolutions fail: an arc of verbal frustration defied, and explosively overcome, by musical assertiveness, with the power chords that the Who made ring worldwide. They were songs that expected, and got, large audiences at the time. It was music born to be heard in arenas and stadiums, and the halftime show might have been these songs’ last airing on their accustomed monumental scale.
The Who hasn’t toured lately and doesn’t plan to for the moment. Townshend said in an N.F.L. news conference that he has “health issues” with his shoulder and his hearing. But the band didn’t coast through its 12 minutes — even if the pulsating recorded keyboards of “Baba O’Riley” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again” gave them a few seconds of respite.
Townshend put full force into his famous windmilling guitar chords — echoed by the light display — and in “Who Are You” he hammered on the strings with a fist. Daltrey belted as if he wouldn’t mind being hoarse for the next week or two. Their backing musicians hit hard, as Townshend and Daltrey pumped their fists. And in “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” when Daltrey sang “the hypnotized never lie” to the television audience, he added, “Do ya?”
But Townshend can’t exactly “pick up my guitar and play, just like yesterday,” as “Won’t Get Fooled Again” vows. The songs are oldies now, so taken for granted that the Colts regularly use the Who for their entrance music at games. The turmoil the music captured, personal and societal, is all but buried by familiarity.
The Who did its best to punk up its songs again, even amid the Super Bowl’s fiesta of corporate branding, and “Won’t Get Fooled Again” — the song that got the fullest airing — still had a good part of its old ferocity. But it was a line in “Baba O’Riley” that touched on what kind of milestone this brief, happily unkempt, late-career performance was for the Who. “Let’s get together before we get much older,” Daltrey sang, looking directly across the stage at Townshend. *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot****
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So much has been said about Beyonce's inaugural lip-syncing that Alicia Keys' prep work was all but ignored. But on Sunday, Keys made good on her earlier promises to deliver an all-new version of "The Star-Spangled Banner" when she sang the national anthem at the Super Bowl.
Keys' rendition was powerful and moving -- and she didn't have any problems singing the lyrics as they're written. That's more than can be said for Christina Aguilera, who infamously goofed when she performed the song at the 2011 Super Bowl.
Keys sat at a piano as images of American soldiers overseas were inter-spliced with footage of her performance and emotional athletes.
"I'm really excited about it, I can't even lie," Keys said in advance of Sunday's performance. "I have to rehearse it totally, as if it's a brand-new song, because it is actually a brand new song in the style that I'll deliver it. I'm actually rehearsing it like a maniac."
The singer wasn't the only one who was excited: Sports books offered bets on the duration of her take on the anthem. One site set the over-under at 2 minutes and 15 seconds. Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson and Jordin Sparks all performed the song in less than 2 minutes and 10 seconds. Billy Joel performed it in 1 minute and 30 seconds.
Though she did not perform during the inauguration itself, Keys also had a hand in inaugural festivities. She performed for Barack and Michelle Obama at the Commander-in-Chief's Ball, tweaking the lyrics of her latest hit, "This Girl Is On Fire," to celebrate the first couple.
Selena Gomez is heading home to Texas for Thanksgiving. The "Stars Dance" singer is set to perform at the Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day halftime show. The performance will kick of the Salvation Army's 123rd Red Kettle Campaign. The part Mexican starlet said "Giving back is so important, and I am looking forward to kicking off the iconic Red Kettle Campaign and getting those bells ringing across the nation to help families and children in need." Past Red Kettle Campaign performers include Kelly Clarkson, The Jonas Brothers, Enrique Iglesias and Reba McEntire.
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The concept was a dance off instead of a debate between Obama (young man in white shirt) and Romney (wearing mask and blue shirt). Then Big Bird comes out and slugs Romney for his comments about Sesame Street in reference to Public Broadcasting. Important to note: The band director simply stated at the start of the skit "Are ya'll going to vote this Tuesday?" - then the dance off began. Video provided by TexasSportsCenter****.
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Some of the best moments of the show that you might have never seen.
Some of the best moments of the show that you might have never seen.
At first you'll be like "meh", but at the end you'll be like "MAGIC IS REAL".
Marching band performs a Disney tribute during halftime of the Ohio State Vs. Buffalo game.