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Updated 1/17/2023 A representative has confirmed that a public memorial service for Lisa Marie Presley will be held on the front lawn of Graceland on January 22nd. Presley will be buried alongside her son, Benjamin Keough, in Graceland’s Meditation Garden. The Meditation Garden is also the resting place of her father, Elvis, and his parents,
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Of all the Britpop giant Blur members, drummer Dave Rowntree seemed the least likely to have a solo career. Singer Damon Albarn was the undisputed frontman of the group, but he let guitarist Graham Coxon and bassist Alex James take the mic from time to time. Rowntree’s vocal contributions to Blur were always in the
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German Composer Gustav Mahler gave us the phrase ‘The Song of the Earth’: in 1908-9, he composed Das Lied von der Erde, a song sequence in praise of the natural world. The Mahler Foundation offers this useful summary: ‘Gustav Mahler believed that nature held the key to the profundity of life. … As he once
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There’s a lot to say about Hailey Bieber. In fact, we’ve said it. TikTok’s beauty guru, founder of Rhode, and one of fashion’s favorite cool girls, Hailey is Gen Z’s muse. 2022 was the Year-of-Hailey — she even has a Forbes 30 Under 30 cover to prove it. What’s most impressive is that Hailey, a
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Updated 1/17/2023 With the Wild Card round over, America has been buzzing from another exciting debut to the NFL Playoffs. Jacksonville, led by Trevor Lawrence and head coach Doug Pederson, came back from a 27 point deficit to win over Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers. The New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys both
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Well, dear readers, it’s been quite the ride throughout 2022 together. You’ve come to us for all the gossip, music, drama, fashion do’s-and-don’ts, and every shred of Don’t Worry, Darling coverage. Here at Popdust, we love to dish the latest. And as the year drew to a close, you may have been left scratching your
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Though perhaps not as instantly recognizable as blues master Eric Clapton or Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page, Beck was a peer and colleague of both artists – Beck replaced Clapton as guitarist for the seminal British Invasion group The Yardbirds. Beck’s short stint with the group was captured in Italian Director Michelangelo Antonioni’s groovier-than-groovy 1966 portrait
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During the brief moment I played in a punk band in the early 2000s, we had a completely unwarranted first gig bestowed upon us, opening for a popular underground band at our college campus. We had written four or five original songs that extended our set to a hefty 15 minutes. We landed such auspicious
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Like everyone else, I listened to nothing but David Bowie in the days after hearing the news. The night Bowie died, I had felt a disturbance in the Force at 3:00 am, saw the news via text, got out of bed, bereft, and put on Station to Station, knowing that no way in hell I
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For years it seems we’ve heard the story of Pamela Anderson. Blonde bombshell hair. Thorn arm cuff tattoo. Red bathing suit. Sex tape with Tommy Lee. After incessant labeling of Pamela as a sex symbol and clamoring to see private videos that were sold online as blackmail, maybe the public got it wrong. With the
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Another year, another ‘it’ brand. To me, eras are defined by their fashions. And fashion is dictated by the brands that dominate our feeds. In the age of microtrends and vintage fashion, a brand has to be truly standout to capture our attention. We all remember when brands like I.AM.GIA and Realisation clogged our feeds
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Prince Harry’s forthcoming memoir, Spare, was accidentally leaked a week early in Spain. The highly-anticipated, secret-spilling, 416-page tome promised to be a revealing portrait of the Duke of Sussex’s life. And according to the Spanish translations which have dominated the current global news cycle, it delivers. The memoir, officially set to be released on January
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