FILE – In this Sept. 14, 1984 file photo, Madonna poses in September 1984 at the MTV Video Music Awards where she was nominated Best New Artist in video, at Radio City Music Hall, in New York. Before there was Miley, there was Madonna. “She’d like to say she put the ‘M’ in MTV,” VanToffler,…
Do you like us on Facebook yet? If you do, you would have known that yesterday we uploaded the full taping of the Oprah Winfrey show in 2003 where Madonna talked about The English Roses. This is the full broadcast (no commercials) but with Dutch subtitles. Direct link HERE.
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The limited edition Living For Love DVD was pressed especially for the release party in FAME in March this year. The product was discussed with Universal Music and they had it printed, the artwork was created by MadonnaUnderground. Only 200 copies were pressed, purely to give away as a free goodie to those making the…
When Madonna made her first ever appearance in The Netherlands, she performed two sold out Who’s That Girl shows in 1987. Madonna was everywhere. While she was in Holland she stayed at the Amstel Hotel in Amsterdam and wrote this note to one of the maids working at the hotel the day after her final…
* 2 x tickets to MADONNA’s London show at the o2
*HD screening of the CONFESSIONS Tour
*HUNG UP reception with Bubbly, Canapés and cocktail @ 7.30pm
*Mirror ball CONFESSIONS dance floor
* LIVING FOR LOVE ‘ALL-LIVE SHOW’
*VOGUE ‘runway’ show
*REBEL HEART photowall
*‘SECRET GARDEN’ + Queen Of Pop ‘ART’ installation
STARRING JONNY WOO, DAVID OH
AND MELISSA TOTTEN
Dress Code: MADONNA – CONFESSIONS
Bluetones Frontman Mark Morriss Covers Madonna’s “Angel” & Pet Shop Boys’ “Love Comes Quickly” Beautifully: Listen
First up, most Americans will have no idea who The Bluetones were, unless you happened to pick up that beyond essential Brit Box: UK Indie Shoegaze & Brit Pop Gems box set Rhino offered up in 2007. For the record, the Mark Morriss-led UK indie-pop quartet were around for the better part of the ’90s…
The following video from our Vimeo account has just been added to our Music Album Promo page, part of our Album Promo section. Madonna promoting her new single Don’t Tell Me at Italian TV show Carramba Che Fortuna, enjoy
Who’s that girl tour 26 Aug 1987 – The Netherlands, Rotterdam De Kuip stadium (by Caroline Walta)
The lights go off, the spotlight is switched on… the first notes of Open Your Heart. When I think about it, it still gives me goose bumps. This is my very first concert. I’m in the seated area and the stage is far away, but what an amazing experience. My idol Madonna in real life. Without a radio or tv-screen in between. There she IS!
She starts in the famous black corset, basic costume for the first part of the show. For True blue it is covered with a sweet light-blue dress and for Papa don’t preach – one of my favorites in the show- a tough black leather jacket. White heat is pure theatre in a golden jacket with black detective hat. Causing a commotion has a choreography with the three backing vocals singers and fades into the ballad Look of Love. Dress you up and Material girl is mainly humor. Both as outfit, with pink toy dress, as show. This sessions ends with Like a virgin. Then there’s a bridge with the Four Tips song I can’t help myself, which shows how all round Madonna is. After celebrating with Where’s the party, the stadium is filled with lights for Live to tell. I am impressed by her voice. After a short break, the party is on with Into the groove. The letters on the outfits of Madonna and dancers form the word ‘dance’. The concert finishes with a Spanish part, that to my joy would return in many future tours. La isla bonita in a beautiful red dress, followed by Who’s that girl and a mind-blowing final with Holiday.
Despite the distance and 30.000 + crowd in the sold out stadium, it feels like the performance was just for me. My mother was with me, because she wouldn’t let me go to the concert alone. After that, I visited many shows by myself. That is how I met many wonderful fans, who I all hope to meet at the Rebel heart tour 2015. And my mum? We will be at the final show in Amsterdam together!
Few gigs compare to creating the moves for Madonna. Choreographer Megan Lawson is living that dream. Lawson, whom you might know from Fanny Pak, began working on Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour a few months ago. But it’s not her first rodeo with the Queen of Pop. The Canadian-born choreographer was also responsible for the moves…
Celebrity trainer Craig Smith shows you how Madonna sculpts her arms and abs.