Thursday, 26 March 2020

LIVERPOOL´S FIRST CORONAVIRUS DEATH WAS SCOUSE LEGEND

Tributes have flooded in for one of Liverpool's "very best" Cy Tucker, who died after suffering from coronavirus symptoms. The legendary musician, who used to rub shoulders with the likes of Cilla Black and The Beatles, died on Tuesday morning. He is believed to be the first person to die of coronavirus in Liverpool.






























The talented musician, 76, who had health issues including heart problems and diabetes, is thought to be the first person to die from coronavirus in Liverpool.

Saturday, 21 March 2020

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL CLOSES ITS LAS VEGAS SHOWS BECAUSE OF CORONAVIRUS

Cirque du Soleil, creator of many of the most popular shows in Las Vegas, said Saturday that it is temporarily suspending its productions in the city as well as around the world because of the new coronavirus outbreak.





In a statement, the company said it made the decision based on public health authorities calling for people to limit their social interactions to stop the spread of the virus.
The shows that will be cancelled effective Sunday are “O” at the Bellagio, “KA” at MGM Grand, “The Beatles LOVE” at the Mirage, “Mystere” at Treasure Island, “Zumanity” at New York-New Yoek and “Michael Jackson ONE” at Mandalay Bay.
Cirque du Soleil shows in Austin, Texas, Chicago, Houston, New Orleans, Salt Lake City, Montreal, Boston, Tel Aviv, Meloneras, Spain, Munich, Costa Mesa, California, Denver, and the Australian cities of Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth also are cancelled.
Also Saturday, the long-running Penn & Teller comedy/magic show has been cancelled effective immediately.


Wednesday, 18 March 2020

BRIAN MAY SHARES GEORGE HARRISON´S STOIC OPTIMISM AMID CORONAVIRUS

QUEEN and Adam Lambert's Brian May has shared George Harrison's optimism in All Things Must Pass, amid coronavirus pandemic worries.





















As the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the world, it’s understandable that health and economic worries are increasing. To help keep spirits high, Queen and Adam Lambert’s Brian May has been encouraging his fans to think positive by sharing some track clips on his Instagram. One of the more recent ones saw him use a bit of The Beatles legend George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass.
May wrote: “All Things Must Pass. ALL.

“The #Earth. The #coronavirus. The #humanrace.
“George Harrison - here after the Beatles had passed - says it all. Bri.”

The 1970 song is the title track of Harrison’s triple album of the same name, his first solo work.

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