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Josh Groban Sings a “Barryoke” Version of Total Eclipse of the Heart by Bonnie Tyler | That’s My Jam

Josh Groban performs “Total Eclipse of the Heart” by Bonnie Tyler for Wheel of Impossible Karaoke. Watch That’s My Jam, Mondays 9/8c on NBC. Hosted by Jimmy Fallon, “That’s My Jam” is an hour long music and comedy variety game show that draws inspiration from the most popular “Tonight Show” games. Each episode features two teams of two celebrities competing for a charity of their choice in a series of music, dance, and trivia-based games and musical performances. Signature games to be played include Launch the Mic, Air Guitar, Don’t Drop the Beat, Perfect Mash-Up, Wheel of Impossible Karaoke, Slay It, Don’t Spray It and many more.
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The Does and Don’ts of Putting on a Prison Concert: Johnny Cash, BB King, the Grateful Dead, Bonnie Tyler & The Cramps

The prison gig has been a staple of live performance since Johnny Cash played Folsom in 1968, with variations on the theme like the Cramps’ legendary performance at a California Psychiatric Hospital (revisited in the documentary We Were There to Be There). Some bands who play institutions may not be far away from inhabiting them. When the Sex Pistols played Chelmsford Prison, it was not the first time guitarist Steve Jones had been inside, what with his 14 criminal convictions. In fact, Jones has credited the band for saving him from a life of crime.
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Bonnie Tyler will never retire

Bonnie Tyler has no plans to ever retire from music. The 70-year-old singer - whose 1977 debut album 'The World Starts Tonight' featured her first hit single 'Lost In France' - has reflected on her longevity and the idea of growing old. Speaking to The Lady magazine, she said: "I...
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Meat Loaf, Bonnie Tyler, Celine Dion pay tribute to late songwriter Jim Steinman

Meat Loaf, Bonnie Tyler and Celine Dion are paying tribute to songwriter Jim Steinman, who passed away this week at age 73. Meat Loaf paid homage to Steinman with a brief, enigmatic message on his Facebook page that reads, “Coming here soon, My Brother Jimmy. Fly Jimmy Fly.” The post also features several of vintage photos of Jim, a couple of which shown him alongside Meat Loaf. Steinman, of course, frequently collaborated with the singer, and wrote his entire classic Bat Out of Hell and Bat Out of Hell II albums.
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