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Need a fix of some world exclusive live videos? I’m here to help! This post has SIX world exclusive videos just for you and the post below has an additional six. Who loves ya baby? G does!
Let’s kick things off with UK dance duo Disclosure performing “Jaded” at Madison Square Garden on October 25, 2015.
While we are in the dancing mood, check out Canada’s Haute Rock band Young Empires, performing “Sunshine” at Mercury Lounge on October 17, 2015.
Next up, is the newcomer Borns, who has a T. Rex meets MGMT vibe. He covered two classic songs recently, and I present them both to you: Here’s Borns taking on “Bennie and the Jets” by Elton John!
Borns, also covered “Moonage Daydream” by David Bowie!
Finally, a pair of tracks from Blur’s first Madison Square Garden headlining show. Damon Albarn commented that it only took them 25 years to get there, but as you will see, it was worth the wait.
The first track is a Blur rarity, “Country Sad Ballad Man,” which has not been performed live in 20 years!
Last but not least is a song you all know and love – “Song 2!” WHOO HOO!!!!
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Tame Impala live at Radio City Music Hall in 2015
To catch you up on a few of the great concerts I’ve seen recently, here are world exclusive live video performances from Madonna, Hozier, Duran Duran, Tame Impala and Adam Lambert. This will surely become your favorite According2g.com post ever, so please enjoy! Please disregard any heads that get in your way of enjoying these great videos! I’m a one man operation, so I’ve done the best I possibly can 🙂
If you like these videos, follow me on Instagram @according2g for even more goodies. And now… world exclusive performances just for you!
Madonna performing “La Vie En Rose” and “Unapologetic Bitch” (featuring Amy Schumer) live at Madison Square Garden on September 16, 2015:
Bonus Madonna! Here’s the Queen of Mean doing “Burning Up”
Here’s Hozier singing his mega-hit “Take Me To Chruch” live at Radio City Music Hall on September 29, 2015
Speaking of Radio City Music Hall, here’s “Let It Happen” live by Tame Impala in NYC at Radio City Music Hall on October 6, 2015
Here’s Duran Duran singing “Pressure Off” from their most recent release “Paper Gods” at The Theater at Madison Square Garden on October 8, 2015
Last but not least, Adam Lambert singing “Ghost Town” from The Theater at Madison Square Garden on October 8, 2015
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New York! Whatever you are doing on October 1, 2015 – cancel it! The legendary Grace Jones will be signing copies of her autobiography, “I’ll Never Write My Memoirs” at Barnes & Noble in Union Square. Be there or have regrets forever for not attending. More details can be found on Barnes & Noble’s official website. Will someone save me a place in line? 🙂
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Mary-Louise Parker and Geoffrey Dicker
OMG! The one and only Nancy Botwin! Mary-Louise Parker is currently starring in “The Snow Geese” on Broadway. The play only runs through mid-December 2013, so if you want your chance to see MLP in the flesh, you have to act quickly. The story, set in post World War II, focuses on a recent widow (played by Mary-Louise Parker) confronting the reality that he recently deceased husband left their wealthy family in massive debt. The cast is great, and for me, a huge fan of “Weeds,” it was great to watch Mary-Louise Parker on stage for 2 hours. After the show, she briefly signed autographs and took photos with the show goers and it was a perfect end to a perfect night! Thanks Mary-Louise! You can find out more about “The Snow Geese” and get your tickets at this link (which will open in a new window).
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My favorite film at the 51st New York Film Festival was “Her” directed by Spike Jonze. It appears the festival saved the best for last as the film was screened throughout the day on October 12, 2013 – the final day of the NYFF. I attended the press screening in the morning which was attended by the film’s director Spike Jonze. Also joining him for a question and answer session were some of the stars of the film: Joaquin Phoneix, Amy Adams, Rooney Mara and Olivia Wilde.
“Her,” is set in the not so far off in the future Los Angeles and it focuses on the love life of Theodore Twombly (portrayed brilliantly by Joaquin Phoenix). Theodore lives in a world of technology and he falls in love with an operating system (voiced by Scarlett Johansson). As expected in a Spike Jonze film, there are funny, touching and very quirky moments. For music lovers, the film was scored by the ultra-hip Arcade Fire, so you definitely will not want to miss this film.
As you watch this film, you will immediately be sucked into Theodore’s world and you will scarily not find it too far fetched that a person could fall in love with a virtual operating system. I don’t want to spoil the film because I want you to see it when it gets released, but I can assure you, if you liked “Being John Malkovich,” you will also like “Her.” Once the screening was over, I had a few nice photo ops and you can see those after the jump. Thanks to everyone who was nice enough to take photos with me and also for your great performances!
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