Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Move Over Bruno Mars, School Nails The Ultimate Uptown Funk Dance Video

Is this man the best teacher in the world, or what?

Panker Scot knows that teaches Theatre Arts at A. Maceo Smith New Tech High School in Dallas, Texas, USA...

Flash mobs are so yesterday, now it is choreographed dance hall parties, as demonstrated with dynamism Panker and some of his students.

No room monitor to the eye as color-coordinated crew showcase their talents at incredibly catchy chart-topper of Mark Ronson, Uptown Funk, with Bruno Mars.

Thursday, 15 January 2015

Bruno Mars On Twitter

Wednesday, 31 December 2014

See Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars Honor Sting At Kennedy Center

Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Mavis Staples and paid tribute to Al Green at the event

Sting waved his fist triumphantly in the air and grinned from ear to ear when Bruce Springsteen took the stage to pay tribute to former police this year's Kennedy Center Honors, issued Tuesday night. The other honorees of the evening were Al Green, Tom Hanks, Lily Tomlin and dancer Patricia McBride. Springsteen took a gritty turn in "I Hung My Head", Sting's tale of murder and guilt that first appeared on his 1996 album Mercury Falling and was later covered by Johnny Cash. When the leader of the E Street Band played one quick shot right before a gospel choir came out to sing, Sting just closed his eyes.

Lady Gaga and Sting toasting, singing and playing the piano during a performance of "If I ever lose my faith in you" off the honoree 1993 album Ten Summoner Tales. The singer gave platinum wig middle section of the song a few extra bluesy growl, after Sting had a blank expression that looked neither happy nor unhappy, as if holding back his emotions. But when she announced: "Ladies and gentlemen, Sting!" towards the end of his performance, he could not help laughing.

Another singer who managed to break their British identity Sting railway was Bruno Mars, who performed two songs police -. "Message in a Bottle" "So Lonely" and the singer gave to the previous song in a respectful action that does not deviate much from rocky skank of the original. In the latter case, Mars left the guitar for some passionate "Oh Yeahs" and welcomed a team of singers, the cast of Broadway musical Sting of the last boat, which led Sting to tears. At that time, even Steven Spielberg and President Obama were singing along. Gaga, Herbie Hancock and Esperanza Spalding (the latter two of which played "Fragile" by Sting before) came and joined Mars on stage, and Meryl Streep and Springsteen came out and joined them for last.

Elsewhere in the issue, Jennifer Hudson paid tribute to Green with a stirring rendition of "Simply Beautiful", which drew a smile from the singer. Mavis Staples and Sam Moore sang "Take Me to the River" to each other, while Usher broke his way through enduring success of Green, "We'll be together." This last performance took the audience and dance, including Obama and night other honorees.

"The Kennedy Center celebrates five extraordinary individuals who have spent their lives raising the cultural vitality of our nation and the world," said Kennedy Center Chairman David M. Rubenstein said in a statement before the event. Of the two musical honorees, said, "the iconic voice of Al Green awakens our souls in a style that is all your own; The only voice of Sting and composition of memorable songs have entertained audiences for decades"

Springsteen Sting previously performed "The Rising" at the event in 2009, when the leader of the E Street Band was honored. Musical Kennedy Center Honors recipients last year included Hancock, Billy Joel and Carlos Santana.

Monday, 17 November 2014

Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Strut Through Retro 'Uptown Funk'

Earlier this month, the Grammy-winning producer Mark Ronson released "Uptown Funk," a cheerful one, in collaboration with Bruno Mars. Now the duo has paired wiry slap bass on that track and galactic synths with an equally retro music video, which finds the two musicians decked out in the late seventies attire as they dance along the streets of the city.

Ronson remains mostly in the background, with Mars taking the spotlight as he straps feel good lyrics for the track. Along the (co-directed by Mars and Cameron Duddy) clip, the couple and their enthusiastic crew enjoy a shoeshine, get their hair permed and jive with confidence with a limousine. Highlights: As Mars sings the line, "Fill my cup, put some liquor in it," one of his friends forces.

"Uptown Funk" is the first single from the upcoming fourth album Ronson, Special Uptown, which drops January 27 on RCA Records. He and Mars, along with a "special guest", the track held Nov. 22 episode of Saturday Night Live.

Most of the Special Residential zone was co-written and produced by Jeff Bhasker Ronson and more than 18 months in studies covering London, Memphis, Los Angeles and New York. The LP also features a number of lyrics by American novelist Michael Chabon, along with significant vocal and instrumental contributions from Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker. Other musical collaborators include Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow, producer Emile Haynie, Simian Mobile Disco James Ford, Hudson Mohawke TNGHT and DJ Zinc.

Ronson previously partnered with Bhasker and Smeezingtons production team for three songs - "Moonshine", "gorilla" and the chart-topping "Locked out of Heaven" - Mars' 2012 LP, Unorthodox Jukebox.

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

‘When I Was Your Man’ Hit Maker Bruno Mars Announces Third Album Following World Tour With Pharrell Williams

Pop star Bruno Mars has announced it is working on her third album after his NFL Superbowl performance and visits with Pharrell Williams.

On Monday, September 8 Mars took to Facebook to announce the next step that he and his band The Hooligans are about to take.

"Now is the time to start writing soon see Chapter 3 hooligans. Brunz," Mars wrote on the social networking site. At time of writing, the post has received nearly 94,000 likes and 1,200 shares.

The 28-year-old singer-songwriter is about to complete its 155-date "Moonshine Jungle World Tour," according to Popdust.

Mars was with Williams for most of the dates on the world tour until the last act left for the tour without explanation, according to The Inquisitr.

On October 17 and 18, Mars and The Hooligans continue their longstanding engagement in the new performance space at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas called The Chelsea.

His residence was sold two nights reported Singers room.

The Mars will be taking creative direction for their third album and that he is working with are yet to be announced.

Born Peter Gene Hernandez in Honolulu, Hawaii, Mars has sold over 12 million albums worldwide since the start of possibly making the top male pop star alive.

In 2010, Mars released his debut album "Doo-Wops and Hooligans" which included three international number one hit "Just The Way You Are", "Grenade" and "The Lazy Song".

Their debut album won seven Grammy Awards and won for Best Pop Vocal Performance for "Just The Way You Are".

In 2012, Mars released his second album "Unorthodox Jukebox," which won Best Pop Vocal Album at the Grammy Awards and number one not only in America but also in other countries.

Among the great successes of their second album are "When I Was Your Man", "shut the door of heaven" and "Treasury".

Both "Doo-Wops and Hooligans" and "Unorthodox Jukebox" went double platinum in the United States and five to six times platinum in other countries.

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Bruno Mars Charms The Shit Out Of Everyone On Day 1 Of The Squamish Valley Music Festival

At this point in the summer, how is anyone who attends music festivals not ruin or hospital? Surely not at the festival in our province have $ 300 left in his bank accounts for inputs-and left enough serotonin in their brains to achieve other-weekend party.


Legions of people who seem to have endless supplies of money, wreaths insatiable appetites, and Andre the Giant-esque tolerance for drugs and alcohol swarmed the opening day of the Music Festival Squamish Valley. (Notably absent were about 80 lightweights Boonstock Festival last weekend in Penticton music.)
But how long would it last? Walking down a serene, winding path to the entrance of the festival, a fellow shirtless annihilated in a clown mask, too drunk to walk at 2 pm If this was how the day was going, hopefully the medical staff had numerous pumps stomach and enough to power a locomotive activated carbon site.

This year, the annual blowout has an expanded to accommodate more revelers and brands looking to "activate" through the power of marketing of events. To give you an idea of how big the new festival is, if you smoke half a pack of cigarettes a day (well, a complete package) and legs are still sore after playing soccer with a group of 12 years five days old, it takes about 20 minutes walk from the stage Stawamus on one side of the gardens of the main stage Tantalus, on the other. (Or 15 minutes if not stopped to smoke a cigarette.)

This means you have to make some tough decisions because you cannot possibly see all the acts. Sorry Foster the People, it's not my fault you were far away and a whole overlap with the man who released one of the best rap albums of all time, the man who played halftime show of Super Bowl this year, and the DJ whose voluptuous, flowing mane has its own Twitter parody account (TommyTrashsHair).
"Are you ready to get wonderful? Can smell something in the air," asked Lykke Li, the first of the heavyweights of the festival to go on stage Stawamus before performing "Sadness is a blessing." Surprisingly, it turned out to be more vocal day weed defender. Little in his unique system called the effort with Swedish style, "Can someone pass that joint on stage, please?"

Someone handed him a forced and massive. He jerked away from him and placed it on a keyboard to save for later. Lykke Li Zachrisson Timotej Svensson! I'm not sure how things are going down at music festivals in Sweden, but here in Squamish, bogarting called a company and is not a fun thing to do.

Nas, who was playing right after our pot queen, received the second-most shout-outs to Li. He kept going on about how excited I was to see the half-man, half-amazing-MC and even devoted a whole to him before "Youth Knows No Pain". However, unless Elon Musk installed HYPERLOOP for talent to travel between stages, it is unlikely that she called legendary rapper.

"If you have heard of my first album, Illmatic, for 20 years, put his hands in the air," Nasty Nas early in his set. If not required, which was fine as it was about to make a whole. With upwards of 14 women sitting on the shoulders of men, Nas reached the third track of the album, the chorus of which is probably a motto for many a festivalgoer: "Life's a bitch and then you die / Es why we have high / 'Cuz you never know when you'll go. "

The 40-year-old rapper Illmatic burned through in 30 minutes,
ending with "It is difficult to say." Then he reached into his vast catalog, and after "If I Ruled the World (Imagine that)" sincerely told us. "You know I love you" Heck, we were a little unsure, Nas, so it was nice to hear that really says.

Sure, you could hang around and listen to another 20 minutes of classic rap, but there was a DJ with a fantastic hair playing on stage dance music. No one was there when it began, but Tommy Trash locks looked great. As it grew darker, however, the appeal drops low samples and Lil Jon shouting "down so that" it proved irresistible and people slowly fist-pumped into there, even though Bruno Mars was about to get on the main stage.

If any schlub read Bruno Mars lyrics from a sheet of paper, which came across as cornball lines collection. However, his undeniable charisma, talent and charm means every woman drops one of those lines would diminish her panties. Rocking a fedora and the best smile I've ever seen, he opened with "Moonshine", "Natalie", then "treasure." Fortunately, his exceptional band accompaniment, the Hooligans, abided by the old rule one fedora per crew.

During the making of "First Timers" Mars transitioned versions of "Pony" by Ginuwine and "on" remix by R. Kelly, and that proved to be the-grind-the-person-you-next time the festival. He followed with "Marry You", it was time lift-the-nearest-female-on-his-shoulders day. After an interlude of piano, global pop superstar returned with a new fedora to end "Grenade" and "Just the way you are", the all-women-in-Squamish-was-feeling-beautiful-while-singing -along time.

He was then apparently everything and slowly people began to file out of the festival. Rookie mistake! Mars had not played "Locked in Heaven" yet. And if you were not already sold on the talent that this guy is that he chose to play a long drum solo introduction to his most successful.

Viewing Mars sing, dance, and charm the hell out of everyone, it was not hard to see why people are proclaiming the next Michael Jackson. Fortunately, there was no king of pop (and Pepsi!) Comparisons to be made when he received a shower of sparks during the final issue of the series, "Gorilla" because her hair did not catch fire.

Fittingly, the best song of Mars ever appears on "Bubble Butt" of Major Lazer, played over the speakers as we booked the arena to catch Blueprint Boys Noize.

"Are you ready to get turnt up?" A brother shirtless near me asked his friend. Everyone was, and dance stage was now officially raging fucking type of game that does not always want their parents to know that you were on.

Headliner EDM festival, Boys Noize, was in its socket LED-stand and drop an aggressive set that included his song "Excuse Me", Danny Brown remix of "Smokin and Drinkin" and House of Pain "Jump Around" . I guess one of those songs that received the most ecstatic response from all muscular shirtless men?

At one point during their set a woman asked to borrow my lighter. I later she and a group of friends who all had joined arms and were doing a routine with his dancing Rockettes style kick saw. In the name of God they were smoking? Why not offer to share? Lykke Li, I blame you for this!

Walking back to his car along the winding path, you could hear the howling and screaming campers. It was 2 am, but the party will continue well into the morning. Sure, they were having fun now, but this was only day 1 we will see that it has an overdraft and still standing come Sunday night.

Monday, 16 June 2014

Bruno Mars Does It All And Wants To Rock

Bruno Mars performs during the 2012 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York.

RALEIGH - Several songs in his show Saturday night at a sold-out PNC Arena, Bruno Mars stopped playing long enough to give a little speech about what the crowd was waiting time. Mars and his band were there, told the audience, that all "Movin 'dancing, Shakin', sweating."

Mars grin and read rakish also allow the crowd in the fact that, like any good rock star, who also wanted to get witchou. But if there was a revelation for the show, is that Mars appears to be a rocker at heart.

As good of an R & B love man as Mars is, the highlights of his 100-minute set came when he tied a guitar and let lament, from a letter making perfect Fort "The Barrett classical money (which is what I want) "the way John Lennon used to. And just before the encore, Mars evoked some guitar flourishes at the end of "Granada", which suggested that fireworks Guitar Prince of "Let crazy."

It is clear and undeniable that Mars is derived. But he wears it with pride and he's just so danged good in anything and everything that comes with it. When Justin Timberlake often comes across as a serious contender clamoring for admission to the Pantheon, Mars just sort of slides into and convinces you that he belongs there.

His inauguration, Aloe Blacc, was not so convincing. Set an hour Blacc was a fun game of "Name That Tune" with the originals that sometimes seemed about to be transitioned over known songs that sounded like (including actual quotes from "God Bless the Child”, of the Jackson 5 "I Want Back" and Elton John's "Your Song"). But Blacc had a moment of genius to show his vocal Avicii Swedish deejay hit "Wake Me Up", a song that was made to go in large buildings full of people. He did.

As Mars, its set was a sensory overload early. The lights dimmed, drumline beats started and the curtain fell to reveal the fog, lasers, choreography and star giving himself an air of cold indifference. Rocking white felt hat, Mars seemed as if he wandered in the golf course to beat this crowd fit.

Despite his casual cool, Mars had a set supertight with his band showing the best transition game this side of the San Antonio Spurs. A medley paired a couple of songs from reggae to R & B love-man seduction "Our first time." That turned into a riff of Santo & Johnny 1959 dream guitar instrumental "Sleepwalk" which begat own shaken-up Mars "Marry You." Was the turn-on-a-dime, and almost as entertaining as musicology puts.

As a vocalist, Mars still throw money "When I was your man," a torch song melted as ever. (It will be interesting to see if he can still put across convincingly than a decade and several thousand interpretations on the line.) The encore proved that a) on top of everything else, Mars is also a pretty mean drummer can play a drum solo arena-rock very credible; b) a combination of lasers and confetti is fresh, even a seizure-inducing species form.