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Keeping warm in the wild by sleeping in the freshly gutted carcasses of deer, the likes of Bear Grylls and Mykel Hawke were climbing Everest when their contemporaries were still learning how to roll a joint…
The word "survivalist" used to be associated with groups of mostly American, mostly Christian millenarians who spent their weekends eagerly anticipating the End of Days. Since this was mostly imagined to be a thermonuclear war that would completely disrupt the local, regional, national and international social and political order and ravage the planet's food supplies, young right-wing Christians were taught self-defence and self-sufficiency. With the advent of reality TV the survivalist really took off – there are now a host of programmes devoted to undergoing the extremes of nature. Tonight sees the start of a new show hosted by former Green Beret Myke Hawke and his English wife Ruth England that promises to be the »
- Ben Marshall
HollywoodNews.com: Adam Mitchel Lambert (born January 29, 1982) is an American singer, songwriter, and actor from San Diego, California. In May 2009, he finished as the runner-up on the eighth season of American Idol. The Times identified Lambert as one of the few openly gay mainstream pop artists to launch a career on a major label in the United States.
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Lambert released his debut album, For Your Entertainment, in November 2009, via RCA Records/19 Recordings. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 in December 2009, selling 198,000 copies in the United States in the first week. In 2010, Lambert was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for “Whataya Want from Me”.
Adam Lambert was born in Indianapolis, »
- Josh Abraham
Ian McCulloch has admitted that he would love to collaborate with David Bowie. The Echo and the Bunnymen frontman performed last night at a Jd Set concert in Glasgow celebrating Bowie, alongside Sharleen Spiteri, Steve Mason, Kate Nash and Ramona. McCulloch told Digital Spy: "I'd love to do one last great David Bowie song. I'd love me and him to do something. I've got songs that I'd love him to sing - it was him and Leonard Cohen. "I just think Bowie was so influential and the greatest solo artist of the 20th Century. In any walk of art. It seems like he's waiting [to release new music]. Maybe his life's just changed." Bowie's last studio album was 2003's Reality. The singer-songwriter was diagnosed with an acutely blocked artery while on tour (more) »
- By Mayer Nissim
3 items from 2011