Never before has anyone ever thought of chronicling a genre of music, and especially a genre as vast as ‘Rock N Roll’. The History of Rock and Roll is surely a mammoth collection of the great rock extravaganza ever.
With Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma as a father and the 100-string santoor as an instrument of choice, Rahul Sharma surely has something good going for him. Rahul thrives on challenges, loves to crossover boundaries, take un-treaded path and try the never before.
Soul singer and pianist Ray Charles Robinson (23rd September 1930 – 10th June 2004), aka Ray Charles' life comes alive on screen through the work of Jamie Foxx. Nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Foxx walked away as winner for Best Actor award.
With the material girl turning a cool 56 this month (16th August), she is still in her element, from her pulsating music, stage antics to her many boyfriends and marriages, Madonna is one superstar who just cannot be ignored.
Originally released way back on 16th December 1977, ‘Saturday Night Fever’ can best be remembered as the classic coming-of-age tale in which John Travolta exploded onto the big screen and became a household name.
For Led Zeppelin fanatics, this 1976 release is a treasure of amazing live performances, on their tour, their final, three-night stand at Madison Square Garden in 1973 which was full of the old power songs like ‘No Quarter’, ‘Whole Lotta Love’, ‘Black Dog’, ‘Dazed and Confused’ and ‘Stairway to Heaven’.