Monthly Archives: July 2021

Locals are mesmerized as rare heavy snowfall blankets Brazil

Brazil has known rare heavy snowfall since Thursday, threatening harvests and bewildering locals who usually don’t see snow. More than 40 cities in the state of Rio Grande do Sul had freezing conditions and at least 33 municipalities had snow, the weather company Somar Meteorologia reported. On Friday, there were …

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Swedish singer-songwriter Josefine on pop breakthroughs, new song ‘Weekends’ –

Stockholm singer-songwriter Josefine. Photo: courtesy of the artist If there’s one thing we know about Swedish pop music, it’s always the right note. From ABBA to Max Martin and several other hits over the years, the Scandinavian country has often been synonymous with hitmakers. In Stockholm, Josefine Hallén (who bears …

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From Billie Eilish to BTS, the best songs you should be listening to right now

Following his hiatus from his pop group Fifth Harmony in 2018, Normani released his first solo single in 2019 with “Motivation” and his impressively choreographed music video. With “Wild Side”, his most recent single, Normani demonstrates that the success of “Motivation” was not just a chance for beginners. The pulsating …

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Mike Howe, former Metal Church singer dies at 55 – Billboard

Hard rock singer Mike Howe, who served twice in the Seattle Thrashers Metal Church in the late 1980s and again in the 2000s, has died at the age of 55. The longtime band broke the news in a tribute on Facebook, writing: Our deepest regrets that we have to announce …

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Husqvarna 901 Norden climaxes under the covers as the launch …

The Husqvarna 901 Norden appears to be in the final stages of development after the Swedish company released a webisode detailing what has been a long way from stage to production for the ambitious ADV model. The 901 Norden was first unveiled as a concept at the EICMA 2019 show …

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Pop singer Pink backs Norwegian women’s beach handball team’s protest against fines imposed on ‘very sexist’ uniform rules

Jul 26, 2021 Tory barronESPN Editor Close Tory Barron is a Bristol-based writer and editor for ESPN.com. After retiring from lacrosse at UConn, the DC native decided to try her hand at writing about people who play sports. The Norwegian women’s beach handball team has a fan in international pop …

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Mike Howe, singer of Metal Church, deceased at 55

Mike Howe, singer of the heavy metal band Metal church, is dead. He was 55 years old. The group confirmed on its Facebook page Monday that Howe “passed away this morning at his home in Eureka, Calif.” “It is with our deepest regrets that we must announce the death of …

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The 15 best summer songs of 2021

A perfect summer song is a special kind of music. It begs you to move, on extremely hot nights on the dance floor, or from your lounge chair in the scorching afternoon sun. When it comes to the radio, the only answer imaginable is to roll down the windows and …

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Metallica Share ‘Wherever I May Roam’ 1991 Live Version + Covers

Metallica continues to tease remastered content Black album reissue coming in September. On Wednesday (July 21), the metal pioneers did so by sharing a 1991 live version of “Wherever I May Roam,” the memorable fourth single from the effort, as well as a few disparate versions of the song by …

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5 incredible covers of Leonard Cohen’s ‘So Long, Marianne’

The quality of Leonard Cohen’s writings has never been in doubt. But if there had ever been an accusation that Cohen’s strength was confined to the realm of lyrics and, in turn, left something to be desired in terms of songwriting and performance, then “So Long, Marianne” is. the perfect …

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