B.B. King, the B-52s, the Flaming Lips, T.I. and Clint Black are among the acts enlisted by NBC to create their own spin on the famous Peacock chimes.
The artists will appear in a new series of on-air promos as part of NBC's ongoing "Chime In" branding campaign, reports Variety.
King will be adding a twist to the G-E-C notes on his guitar, while the B-52s...
American Idol finalist Chris Daughtry will perform a free concert on March 23, in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina, says the AP. Between 6,000 and 7,000 people are expected to attend.... Legendary bluesman B.B. King, 81, was hospitalized for undisclosed reasons on Thursday night, but was reported in good condition Friday morning.
Question: I once went to see Bruce Willis and the Accelerators perform at B.B. King's club in Times Square. My friends all said I was crazy when I recalled a (possibly made-for-cable) special Willis did called The Return of Bruno, in which he played the part of his musical alter-ego Bruno and performed some of the songs from his first album. Is this memory just wishful thinking? Will I have to foot the bill for the next club show my friends and I attend? (Yes, there's money on this one.) Many thanks.
Answer: Looks to me like it's your pals who'll be ponying up for the next outing, Sean.
The former Moonlighting costar did indeed put together an HBO special, Bruce Willis: The Return of Bruno, which debuted in 1987 and was released on home video the same year. A combination of concert footage and faux documentary featuring Bruno Radolini, the fictional c