Opener for her in-store set
live in Germany at the festival "MELT"
Alan Parsons - Sirius / Eye In The Sky (Live)
In the music industry, it probably feels pretty good to be at the top of your game. Unfortunately, it also means there’s only one way to go from there: down. Just ask these musicians, whose careers were destroyed by everything from criminal scandals to wardrobe malfunctions to lip-sync nightmares. In 1958, rock 'n' roll icon Jerry Lee Lewis decided to take his underage wife with him on his tour of England. What happened next isn’t much of a surprise. Lewis had neglected to tell anyone he was newly married, so when he rocked up with Myra Gail Lewis in tow, the British press were naturally curious. A Daily Mail reporter, Paul Tanfield, happened to ask how old the newlywed was. Lewis said she was 15 and ended his transatlantic career in one fell swoop. The worst part of all this is that Lewis was lying; Myra was actually 13. Oh, and she was Lewis' cousin, too. Naturally, his British tour collapsed. Those that showed up to his gigs only booed him. Concerts were canceled, his expensive hotel kicked him out, and when he finally hightailed it back to the States, he found he'd been blacklisted from the industry. The radio would no longer play his songs, he was dropped from TV appearances, and demand for his performances all but disappeared, though he never lost his recording contract and continued to release a number of mostly unsuccessful singles. Watch the video for more Musician Careers That Were Destroyed By A Moment In History! #Musicians #CareerKillers Jerry Lee Lewis | 0:18 Alan Freed | 1:23 Ashlee Simpson | 2:38 Sinead O'Connor | 3:31 Janet Jackson | 4:41 Milli Vanilli | 5:51 Michael Jackson | 7:04 George Michael | 8:35 Chuck Berry | 9:28 CeeLo Green | 10:24
Miley Cyrus performs We Can't Stop with Charli XCX at Radio 1's Big Weekend 2019. This video contains adult themes. Visit the Radio 1's Big Weekend 2019 website for more videos and photos: https://www.bbc.co.uk/events/e4q9hn
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4bwyD1hhgI More Celebrity News ►► http://bit.ly/SubClevverNews Courtesy Radio.com Charli XCX, you already know. She’s in the fast lane, from LA to Tokyo. Charli XCX is a name that if you don’t know, you should. And no she’s not Lorde. After flying under the radar for the early years of her career, Charlie then broke out as the songwriter for Icona Pop’s number 1 hit, “I Love It” and then rocked our world with her breakout song “Boom Clap,” which was featured on the Fault In Our Stars soundtrack. But arguably her most recognizable peace of work has to be for a little song called Fancy. Charli wrote the hook for the triple platinum hit, therefore its safe to say that with writing credits like “Fancy” and “I Love It” to her name, there’s no doubt that this girl has arrived. But aside from her cool image, unique voice, and impressive writing skills, I bet there’s a lot that you don’t know about Charli and that is why we are bringing you a list of 18 things you may not know about miss XCX. For More Clevver Visit: Website: http://www.clevver.com Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/ClevverNews Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ClevverNews Keep up with us on Instagram: http://instagr.am/Clevver Add us to your circles on Google+: http://google.com/+ClevverNews Tweet Me: http://www.twitter.com/heyerinrobinson
From her recent Bowery Ballroom show, filmed with the Panasonic GH4 w/ 12-35mm lens.
Iggy Azalea performs 'Fancy' with Charli XCX live at Wembley Stadium for Capital FM's Summertime Ball 2014 Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToCapitalFM More Ball Breakers: http://bit.ly/SummertimeBallBreakers More from the Summertime Ball: http://bit.ly/SummertimeBall2014 Get involved with the UK's No. 1 Hit Music Station! Website: http://www.capitalfm.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CapitalFM Twitter: http://twitter.com/CapitalOfficial