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Daisy Jones and the Six Inspired By Fleetwood Mac

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Amazon Prime’s Daisy Jones and the Six is based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s book. The story follows a band’s meteoric rise in the ’70s that used Fleetwood Mac as inspiration.

The troubled relationship between Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham is a loose inspiration for Daisy Jones & The Six. Before Fleetwood Mac rose to fame, Buckingham and Nicks were two solo artists who had just recently started dating. By the time Fleetwood Mac reached its peak, their marriage had become rather tumultuous, despite the band’s success on the charts.

Do you continue to make music for the group’s benefit or put your needs first? That was a dilemma. This very question inspired Daisy Jones & The Six. Reid’s fictional story has different specifics, but that absurd notion completely changes the protagonists’ lives.

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Daisy and Billy work wonders together, much like Nick and Buckingham. It’s simple to overlook that the songs interspersed throughout the series have a fictional link because they are vivid and moving. Later this month, a key scene featuring Daisy and Billy performing their rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s “Silver Springs” will be shown. It is not a cover, but the sentiment of “you crushed my heart, and I’ll never let you forget it” is very much present.

Daisy Jones and The Six on Amazon Prime.

With the music, Daisy Jones & The Six’s narrative exposes themes of power and betrayal, much like what you might find in a biography of Fleetwood Mac. In Daisy Jones & The Six, infidelity scandals, inebriated relationships, and power battles result in physical altercations. It is the pinnacle of rock ‘n’ roll, sex, and drugs. What more could one ask for?

If you intend to watch Daisy Jones & The Six, get ready for a rollercoaster of feelings. Along the journey, you’ll probably cry, laugh, and have a few songs stuck in your brain. Each episode is woven together by the stellar cast to tell a story of love and tragedy. That will undoubtedly resonate with you if you’ve ever battled to let go of something—or someone—that isn’t right for you.

Nearly Famous, the previous two iterations of “A Star is Born,” and Tom Hanks’ homage to one-hit wonders, “That Thing You Do,” are just a few examples of rock ‘n’ roll stories that “Daisy Jones” inevitably feels like a rip-off of.

Even though the scenarios don’t feel unique, the array of characters in this program is good enough to carry it through its season.

“It was every band’s dream come true,” the tour manager, played by Timothy Olyphant, muses about the group’s euphoric brush with rock immortality, as filtered through the in-hindsight prism of its personality-driven downfall.

“Daisy Jones and the Six” doesn’t quite meet the criteria for a dream realized, but it does transform its made-up narrative into a four-star soap opera, wistfully reflecting this musical age in general and the occasionally transitory nature of success. It’s a taste of “the calm of remembering what you had and what you lost,” in the words of Fleetwood Mac.

On March 3, “Daisy Jones and the Six” will make its Prime Video debut. You can always listen to Fleetwood Mac if seeing things happen is too much to bear.

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After Drake Battle, Kendrick Lamar Turns Victory Lap Concert Into LA Unity Celebration

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Inglewood, California – Kendrick Lamar’s Juneteenth “Pop Out” event at the Forum became an emotional live-streamed celebration of Los Angeles unity rather than simply taking a victory lap after defeating fellow rap artist Drake.

Lamar organized a three-hour event that included a combination of up-and-coming LA rappers and stars such as Tyler, The Creator, Steve Lacy, and YG. When it came to his turn to take the stage, the 37-year-old rapper pushed through a set with Black Hippy collaborators Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, and Jay Rock, performing his Drake diss songs “Euphoria” and “6:16 in LA,” before being joined on stage by Dr. Dre.

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After Drake Battle, Kendrick Lamar Turns Victory Lap Concert Into LA Unity Celebration

The two West Coast titans played “Still D.R.E.” and “California Love” before Dre called for silence to calm the raging crowd. It was a misdirect. He then gave the “Sixth Sense” phrase that opens Lamar’s smash hit “Not Like Us”: “I see dead people.”

A crowd of 17,000 people, including The Weeknd, LeBron James, Ayo Edebiri, and Rick Ross, rapped along to every word of the biting-but-jubilant DJ Mustard track, which Lamar resumed twice after the first verse and repeated four times in total.

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After Drake Battle, Kendrick Lamar Turns Victory Lap Concert Into LA Unity Celebration

NBA stars Russell Westbrook and DeMar DeRozan, Mustard, rapper Roddy Ricch, and even a juvenile dance group led by krumping inventor Tommy the Clown were shuffling, frolicking, dancing, and twirling around him as Lamar approached the stage in a red sweatshirt.

Lamar delighted in the situation, saying, “Y’all ain’t gonna let nobody disrespect the West Coast.” “You’re not going to let anyone imitate our legends, huh,” he asked, referring to Drake’s usage of an AI program to mimic 2Pac’s voice on one of his diss tracks.

But Lamar had bigger plans, inviting select men and women to join him onstage for a group portrait.

“Let the world see this,” he urged. “For all of us to be on this stage together, unity, from the East side… LA, Crips, Bloods, Piru— this… is great, dude. We put this together exclusively for you guys.

“This… has nothing to do with any song at this time, nothing to do with any back-and-forth albums; it has everything to do with this particular moment. That’s what this… was about bringing us all together.

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After Drake Battle, Kendrick Lamar Turns Victory Lap Concert Into LA Unity Celebration

After the final song, Lamar exited, stating, “I promise you, this won’t be the last of us.” The slicing horns of the “Not Like Us” instrument rang out again, and the audience rapped the words without Lamar as they flowed down the hallways and out to the parking lot.

SOURCE – (AP)

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Rapper Travis Scott Arrested In Miami Beach For Misdemeanor Trespassing And Public Intoxication

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Miami Beach, Florida – Miami Beach police detained rapper Travis Scott early Thursday on misdemeanor charges of trespassing and public drunkenness.

Miami Beach police verified the arrest but could not immediately release any information. According to Miami-Dade County prison records, Scott, 33, paid his $650 bond and is scheduled to be released later Thursday.

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Rapper Travis Scott Arrested In Miami Beach For Misdemeanor Trespassing And Public Intoxication

His publicists, Jamie Sward and Alexandra Baker, have yet to respond to emails requesting comment, and Scott’s counsel is not listed on jail records. His agent, David Stromberg, waited to respond to a message sent to his LinkedIn profile.

Scott, born Jacques Webster, is one of hip-hop’s biggest artists. He has over 100 tracks on the Billboard Hot 100 and four singles that have topped the chart: “Sicko Mode,” “Highest in the Room,” “The Scotts,” and “Franchise.”

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Rapper Travis Scott Arrested In Miami Beach For Misdemeanor Trespassing And Public Intoxication

A crowd rush murdered ten people during Scott’s 2021 concert at Houston’s Astroworld festival. Many attendees could not breathe or lift their arms due to the crowd’s density. The victims, aged 9 to 27, died from compression asphyxia, which an expert compared to being crushed by a car.

Lawyers for the victims claimed in lawsuits that the deaths and hundreds of injuries at the concert were caused by poor planning and a lack of regard for the event’s capacity and safety.

Scott, promoter Live Nation, and the others sued have refuted the allegations, claiming that safety was their priority. They claimed what happened could not have been predicted.

The final lawsuit was resolved last month.

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Rapper Travis Scott Arrested In Miami Beach For Misdemeanor Trespassing And Public Intoxication

Following a police inquiry, a grand jury declined to charge Scott and five others associated with the festival.

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Carrie Underwood Unharmed After House Fire in Tennessee

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Carrie Underwood and her family must be relieved right now… because they were able to escape a house fire in their Tennessee home over the holiday weekend.

A source for the country artist tells TMZ, “There was a fire on the property on Sunday night, which was immediately put out. The primary residence had no fire damage, and the family and their dogs were unhurt.

According to Williamson County & Fire, a fire broke out in Carrie and husband Mike Fisher’s garage just before 10 p.m. on Sunday evening, Father’s Day. Responders were able to extinguish the fire fast thanks to a 10,000-gallon water tank… situated on the singer’s estate.

Williamson County Fire & Rescue published an update in the aftermath of the fire, including a few images from the area, which appear to be quite dramatic.

Hey, added… “Almost instantly, the call was upgraded to a structure fire. Crews from each of our eight stations responded… Firefighters continue to extinguish hotspots to avoid further spread. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation. There are currently no injuries.

While it was a sad way to end Father’s Day, Carrie had a relatively serene Sunday afternoon, posting photos with a couple sheep on Instagram Stories.

Carrie Underwood’s stage fall

Nonetheless, June has been a difficult month for the “American Idol” graduate. We broke the story. Carrie fell onstage last week after headlining a music festival in South Carolina.

ICYMI… Carrie tripped and fell while exiting the stage after her headlining performance at the Carolina Country Music Fest, which took place in a thunderstorm.

She posted on social media that she was unharmed by the fall, even making a sly jest about it… “Had a great time last night! And, despite the unexpected finish, it made for an unforgettable night!”

For Carrie’s sake, we hope the rest of her June is an uneventful one TMZ reported.

Carrie Underwood is a superstar in country music. She originally gained attention by winning “American Idol” in 2005, and she hasn’t stopped since.

Her debut album, “Some Hearts,” featured singles such as “Jesus, Take the Wheel” and “Before He Cheats.” These songs not only topped the charts, but also earned her numerous prizes.

Carrie has recorded several CDs that highlight her vocal range and emotional depth. Songs like “Blown Away” and “Cry Pretty” demonstrate her talent to create stories with song. Carrie has tried her hand at acting and fashion in addition to singing.

She has appeared on television shows and even has her own clothing brand, CALIA by Carrie Underwood. Her influence on country music is evident, and her following continues to expand.

Carrie Underwood continues to be a powerful force in the music industry thanks to a combination of skill, hard effort, and real charm.

Source: TMZ

Tony Bennett, Masterful Stylist Of American Musical Standards, Dies At 96

Tony Bennett, Masterful Stylist Of American Musical Standards, Dies At 96

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