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Weezer Rocks At Sea Hear Now in Asbury Park with Foo Fighters



Foo Contenders rock, yet sound blemishes Weezer set Adrift Hear Now in Asbury Park

At the point when you hear “Turn it up!” at a live performance, it generally comes from an entertainer in front of an audience.

At the point when the crowd over and over drones it, that is not a decent sign. That is the very thing that occurred during Weezer’s set Sunday, Sept. 17, at the Ocean Hear Now music, craftsmanship and riding celebration on the Asbury Park waterfront.

Large number of Weezer fans on the ocean front inside the celebration grounds were frustrated as the band played and practically zero sound could be heard.

The reciting began a few times, including preceding a presentation of “Scattered (The Sweater Tune).”

Lead vocalist Waterways Cuomo appeared to be negligent of the issue, and snapped a photo of the gigantic group, large numbers of whom couldn’t hear the music.

The sound didn’t appear to be an issue nearer to the stage. Issues emerged during the Ocean side Young men set.

“I noticed with the Beach Boys, you couldn’t hear any sound at all if you were standing behind the Verizon tent,” said Michael O’Brien of Brick. “It’s disappointing.”

There were 40,000 at the fest day to day, as per Brandon Blossoms of the Killlers. That is 5,000 a bigger number of than last year, which appeared to cause fans on the edge of the ocean side review region to stand father away from the stage and speakers.

A solicitation for input from Ocean Hear Now on the Sunday sound was not answered to as of press time, nor was an affirmation of the 40,000 participation.

The Foo Fighters set, a journey through heavy metal and punk rock from the last 50 years, was a rebound from the sound. Rocking riffs are a favorite of Dave Grohl and his bandmates.

They played scraps of Van Halen’s “Ain’t Talking ‘Session Love,” Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” and Dark time of rest’s “Suspicious.” They generally sounded so great it was really awful they didn’t complete the tunes. More bits came during the band introductions.

The six-part band is tight, clearly and at any point prepared to make a major commotion. Grohl is one of best screamers in the business, and it’s a craftsmanship.

“I get paid to do this,” Grohl quipped after he initiated a screaming contest with the audience.

Josh Freese is the band’s new drummer, having taken the mantle from the late Taylor Hawkins, who passed on last year at 50 years old. Freese is roar on the skins. He’s a seriously master, whose resume incorporates a spell with Devotional.

Grohl was dazzled that a fan realized Freese was in Devotional.

“I have to be honest, you don’t look like you like Devo, but you love Devo,” said Grohl to the fan.

Later, a tribute to Hawkins included a performance of the Foo Fighters song “Aurora.”

“Give it up for Taylor so he can (blanking) hear you,” said Grohl, who then looked at the ocean. “This is definitely Taylor’s vibe by the way.”

The Ocean side Young men, who made their city debut in 1965 at Show Corridor, played out a victorious, and a gnawed off-kilter, set of their surfiest works of art.

Furthermore a shock or two, including a cover form of the Ramones underground rock exemplary “Rockaway Ocean side.”

“Wild Honey,” a frequently neglected late-1960s track from the band, was likewise performed with drummer John Bolton on vocals. He looks, and acts, similar to the late Keith Moon.

Discussing shocks, indeed, that was entertainer John Stamos in front of an audience with the band — he’s visiting with the gathering for the following little while. Additionally, contrary to what was implied by their stage banter, Mike Love is not his biological father.

They performed “Fun, Fun, Fun” after a short introduction.

“This next song is in the ‘Barbie’ movie so that makes us up to date as to what is happening,” Love said.

Their works of art stay immortal. As they were performing “Great Vibrations,” even the seagulls felt the energy as they flew up from behind the stage and over the crowd.

No, they weren’t searching for French fries.

The Executioners shut the principal day of the celebration on Saturday, Sept. 16.

Ocean Hear Now is created by C3 Presents, the group behind Lollapalooza, and local people Danny Secure and Tim Donnelly. Clinch is a Toms River native who has photographed numerous music icons, including Tupac Shakur and Bruce Springsteen.

The North Ocean side Thunder riding challenge returned on waves stirred by Tropical storm Lee throughout the end of the week with chiefs Cam Richards and Sam Sledge. Surfers included Will Skudin, Cassidy McClain, Jamie DeWitt, Burglarize Kelly and Pat Schmidt.

Stir up Henge, situated in the sand simply off the footpath, was a well known selfie objective again this year. The work of city artist Pork Chop was the focus of the display. The Straightforward Secure Exhibition highlighted the deals with the performers playing the fest, including an Ocean side Young men surfboard from Mike Love and Bruce Johnston.

Ocean Hear Now, which happens on the North Ocean side and Bradley Park, appeared in 2018.

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Victoria Team: Setting the Standard of Resilience and Innovation for Miss Supranational 2024



Malaposka, Poland – April 15, 2024 – As the Miss Supranational 2024 pageant approaches, Denmark’s Victoria Team emerges as the epitome of resilience and innovation, setting new standards in pageant preparation. With an unwavering commitment to excellence and a penchant for groundbreaking ideas, Victoria Team is poised to redefine success on the global stage.

Under the visionary leadership of National Director Lisa Lents CEO and Creative Director Nicole Rodrigues, the Victoria Team embodies a spirit of perseverance and forward-thinking. Their approach blends tradition with innovation, ensuring Denmark’s representative stands out amidst fierce competition.

At the heart of their strategy lies a dedication to continuous improvement and adaptability. Pageant Q&A coaches Jimmy Langhoff, Anjli Raut, and Carlos instill confidence and clarity in communication, while Fashion Director Rocky Star pushes boundaries with avant-garde designs that showcase Denmark’s unique style.

The Victoria Team’s social media prowess is unparalleled, led by Social Media Managers Nishant, Utkarsh, and their dynamic team. Through strategic content and engaging campaigns, they harness the power of digital platforms to amplify Denmark’s voice and message worldwide.

In the face of challenges, Victoria Team remains steadfast, thanks to the resilience instilled by PR Managers Maryna Savchenko, John Lumansi, and Amber. Their ability to navigate diverse cultural landscapes ensures Denmark’s story resonates with audiences across Europe, Africa, and beyond.

Behind the scenes, photographers Tina Patni, Steen Vlad, Veronika Hobson, MADDY, Jonas Jensen, Rozen Antonio, Jan Hammerstad, Anastasia Ranjinskaya, and Jaffrin capture moments of strength and grace, while Gym/Fitness Coaches Daniela, Morgan Morgan, and Carlos sculpt not only bodies but also minds, fostering a mindset of perseverance and determination.

Catwalk Coaches MAI-BRITT CATRINE, Alesia Raut, Anea Rasch, and Camilla Dalsgaard refine Denmark’s representative into a vision of confidence and grace, while Branding & Strategy expert Thom Brodeur ensures every aspect of her persona reflects resilience and innovation.

With Personal Stylist Steve Anozie and Makeup Artists Alesya Karunets, Anam Nazmi, Lanah Hamad, and Bianca Louzado adding the final touches of elegance and sophistication, Denmark’s representative emerges as a beacon of resilience, consistency, and innovation.

As the world watches with anticipation, the Victoria Team remains steadfast in their mission to redefine success, setting new benchmarks for excellence in pageantry. Stay tuned for updates as Denmark’s journey unfolds.

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Star of “A Christmas Story,” Peter Billingsley, resolves the controversy surrounding “Die Hard” holiday films




Star of A Christmas Story, Peter Billingsley, resolves the controversy surrounding Die Hard holiday films

Star of “A Christmas Story,” Peter Billingsley, is putting up a strong argument in the age-old argument over whether or not “Die Hard” qualifies as a Christmas film.

His reasoning was so strong that he was able to persuade “Die Hard” cinematographer Jan de Bont, who wasn’t entirely convinced that the action film starring Bruce Willis is a holiday classic despite its mid-summer release date.

“Can we have a healthy debate? Can we make the argument to you of why it’s a Christmas movie?” Billingsley proposed to de Bont on a recent episode of his podcast “A Cinematic Christmas Journey.”

He continues, saying that the movie’s main setting is a Christmas party and that “production design put Santas everywhere.” Of course, there’s the scene where Willis’s character John McClane “decorates the dead body and puts it into an elevator,” which Billingsley refers to as the “iconic ‘ho ho ho’ moment.”

“But I’ll leave you with this,” Billingsley told de Bont. “Most importantly, I think it embodies the themes of Christmas of acceptance, forgiveness, love and family.”

With a nod of approval, de Bont smiles and says, “Okay, I’m sold now.”

In a video that Billingsley and his co-host Steve Byrne shared on Instagram, they can be seen grinning and laughing as de Bont concedes their disagreement.

“Die Hard,” which starred Willis, Bonnie Bedelia, and the late Alan Rickman, debuted in July 1988. It tells the story of a New York City police officer who tries to rescue hostages who are kidnapped by terrorists on Christmas eve at a party.

Willis, on the other hand, views “Die Hard” as a very different kind of film.

“Die Hard is not a Christmas movie!” He proclaimed during his 2018 Comedy Central Roast. “It’s a Bruce Willis movie, so yippee-ki-yay… and good night!”

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Katrina Kaif ‘threatened’ Vicky Kaushal when she asked him to return to film set two days after their marriage: ‘Shaadi rehne hi do’



Bollywood stars Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif‘s 2021 wedding ceremony in Rajasthan captured hearts with its dreamy charm. Recently, Vicky recalled how the shoot of Zara Hatke Zara Bachke collided with his marriage. The actor published that he had to take offs from Zara Hatke Zara Bachke shoot to attend his wedding. However, when the makers of the movie requested him to return to the set inside two days of marriage, Katrina issued a hazard and pushed him to remain longer with her.

Speaking about the time he used to be taking pictures for Zara Hatke Zara Bachke, Vicky instructed media, “I have completed half of of the film’s capturing earlier than my marriage and then I took off for my marriage. Right after the marriage, inside two days, they had been calling me on the set. Toh fir mujh dhamki mil gayi thi ki tumhe do din baad set pe hi jana hai toh shaadi rehne hi do (Then I acquired the hazard that if you have to go to the set in two days then don’t get married). Then I said ‘no’ and I went to the units of the movie after 5 days.”

Vicky additionally spoke about how his lifestyles has modified after marrying Katrina. Sharing how she brings ‘peace’ to his life, Vicky said, “Marriage has been in reality stunning and it absolutely is a blessing to discover a accomplice for your self the place you surely experience like you have come again home. It’s a sukoon (peace) vala feeling. It’s a fantastic feeling, she is a beautiful human being. It is enjoyable dwelling and exploring existence with her. I am touring a lot with her, some thing I didn’t journey a lot before.”

Though they belong to the equal profession, Vicky stated that he and Katrina don’t talk about work a lot. “We don’t talk about work a lot. We are each from the identical industry, so we discuss about it however we don’t talk about scripts and all,” the actor said.

On the work front, Vicky will subsequent be viewed in Sam Bahadur, which is directed by way of Meghna Gulzar. The movie will launch in theatres on December 1 and will conflict with Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal. Katrina used to be closing considered with Salman Khan in the undercover agent thriller, Tiger three

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