We are pleased to share where our student-athletes venture off to each and every year.Each year as our students go through the college application and/or recruiting process, having the ability to use the Swim MAC network to learn about collegiate experiences can prove to be invaluable.With a club history dating back to 1977, we are certainly missing many of our graduates.
), writer and former MTV VJ Dave Holmes chronicles the ups and downs of his life through the radio hits that provided a soundtrack. (Siobhans tend to leave girl groups first; discuss.) Literally nothing has ever been cooler than their video for "Overload." His contributions were more in the songwriting/production areas, but his voice is in there, too. Totally indistinguishable from Joss Stone and the new Sugababe! Also she doesn't seem to know that "Do They Know It's Christmas? Toward the end of the video, Paul Young leans over to talk to someone, the camera pans over, and every teenager in America goes, "Yikes." That rock dinosaur (who at the time was 36) is Rick Parfitt of Status Quo, who I guess was the 20th-century Nickelback of the UK.
To celebrate the book's release, the anniversary of Bob Geldof's LIVE AID concert, and to indulge in our favorite fabricated holiday, Christmas in July, Holmes gifted us an homage to a tune he can't help but love: "Do They Know It's Christmas? Reprising his big line from the original, but here the lyric has morphed into "Tonight we're reaching out and touching you," which even he is not buying. I'm told Ultravox's "Oh Vienna" was the UK version of "Stairway to Heaven," in that it was always played last at high school dances. A name I am familiar with from brainy music writers' year-end top-10 lists. I look forward to continuing to intend to listen to her. I am rooting for Jessie Ware, but in this pop landscape (as in Band Aid 30) she keeps getting lost. A whole new wave of bands hit the scene, and their music was supposed to set the world on fire, but it mostly just ended up on episodes of . The Andrew Shue to Kylie Minogue's Courtney Thorne-Smith.
" The massive success of the 1984 UK charity single "Do They Know It's Christmas? Except with the danger or sex appeal swapped out for a pair of Transitions lenses. Technotronic gets invited to the party and doesn't bring Ya Kid K? The guy you're looking at when you're thinking "Jonathan Groff was in Band Aid? Somerville is one of the all-time great voices (get yourself through "Smalltown Boy" without chills) but his performance in Band Aid II is meandering and soulless. Whatever floats your boat, teenagers of Great Britain. I must dock the band points here for Simon Le Bon's first note, which I can only call a honk. Marilyn was the ultimate frenemy to Boy George; Boy kept him at his side, bought him a recording career, almost certainly pulled the strings that got him into this session, and in return Marilyn introduced him to drugs, stole boyfriends and money, and dated Gavin Rossdale. They were the mid-'80s super-couple on Australian soap Looks shockingly like Boy George, down to the wardrobe, though a Boy George who sounds like he's underwater. Not sure where he is or what he does in Band Aid II, but he's a legend.
Duran Duran have cancelled their world tour due to concerns for Nick Rhodes's health.
The 'Ordinary World' band announced this week that a half-dozen North American concert dates have been axed because Rhodes has come down with a suspected viral infection."Firstly, I would like to personally apologise to everybody who had tickets to attend the shows which we were forced to cancel during the final week of our world tour," Rhodes wrote.
"I know how far some of you travel to see us perform and how seldom we reach some of your cities. In this instance, it was truly unavoidable."He went on to disclose: "I contracted a virus, which dragged me down and left me entirely exhausted.
Although I made it clear to doctors that it was my express wish to recommence the tour as soon as possible, they all strongly advised that I needed to recover properly, which regrettably meant resting for the remainder of this week."Rhodes continued by insisting Duran Duran are particularly disappointed because they couldn't end the tour on their own terms."There is nothing I loathe more than having to cancel concerts.
I'm sure you can imagine how much more pleasurable it is for me to see your smiling faces every night when we perform, rather than be isolated in a hotel room, feeling miserable, dealing with endless doctors," he explained."This was particularly hard to come to terms with as it was the last week of nearly two years of touring and we were hoping for a triumphant conclusion.
Now it feels incomplete."Earlier this year, Duran Duran's Simon Le Bon injured his knee while on-stage in Buenos Aires.