Wednesday, June 21 is the Summer Solstice – aka the longest day of the year. This time round, sunrise is at 4:43am and sunset at 9:21pm, meaning we’ll have 16 hours and 38 minutes of sunlight across the day. What kind of tunes can possibly fill such an epically long day? Epically long ones, of course! Here’s 21 to get you started – all of which are eight minutes or longer. What it is: The opener from the Nashville guitarist’s 2016 album ‘Modern Country’, which is entirely instrumental.
HaimÂ played new material and debuted a cover of Shania Twainâ€™s â€˜Man I Feel Like A Womanâ€™ for 100 lucky fans at their pop-up shop in LA yesterday (June 17). After the trio announcedÂ the surprise show the previous day, an enormous queue formed for a chance to see them:During the set the band played new song â€˜Night So Longâ€™ live for the second time ever, having debuted it at Islington Assembly Hall in London at the end of May.
Mad Max: Fury Road‘s Zoe Kravitz has commented on the reported feud between stars Charlize Theron (Furiosa) and Tom Hardy (Max) on the set of the post-apocalyptic 2015 film. As a guest on chat show Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, the Big Little Lies star took a viewer’s question about whether she noticed any “beef” between Theron and Hardy on the set of Fury Road – in which she played Toast the Knowing. She answered: “Yeah.
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Selecting a term
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