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EGYPTE CREATIVE


Voici une initiative priv茅e, toute simpliste d’une personne, en Egypte qui a cr茅e un job 脿 partir de rien. Bravo

Le probl猫me que les soci茅t茅s occidentales font face au niveau des emplois: Tout est r茅gi. Tout doit 锚tre “sous contr么le”

l茅galis茅, pay茅… L’initiative “spontann茅e” est bannie.

Voici comment dans les autres pays, les gens “se d茅brouillent” pour vivre, pour se faire quelques rentr茅es financi猫res. modestes, certes mais au moins, ils ont la libert茅 et l’esprit de cr茅ation infini

En egypte, 脿 cause d’un probl猫me de canalisation relativement important, de nombreux citoyens 茅taient bloqu茅s d’un c么t茅 de la route.

Eh bien, un citoyen, costaud et r茅actif , s’est port茅 volontaire, contre “paiement”. Il transporte ceux qui le demandent, 聽d’un bord 脿 l’autre pour quelques cents ( piastres egyptiennes)

Bravo 脿 ce citoyen r茅actif et entrepreneur.

ARIA TESOLIN ON WEBRADIO RADIOSATELLITE2


En 2013, nous vous avions pr茅sent茅 ARIA TESOLIN sur ce m锚me site. Depuis la jeune ado a fait son bout de chemin en empruntant la route des stars.

Aria Tesolin c’est une voix d’or. Une voix d’or et limpide comme nous ( 脿 Radio Satellite et Radio Satellite2) aimons les entendre.

Aria nous vient du Canada.( Mississauga Ontario) N茅e le 20 Ao没t 1993, elle a fait son bout de chemin.

RS et surtout RS2 encourageons les artistes poss茅dant une telle voix. Certaines artistes de France, pourraient se reconnaitre en Aria parce que nous en parlons aussi et les diffusons sur RS2, 聽tout comme nous le faisons avec Aria Tesolin.

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1 SELFIE PAR JOUR A 09H09 DEPUIS 2002


M Jean Michel Gobet est courageux. 聽Tous les matins 脿 09h09, il se prend en selfie depuis 2002

Aucun jour de loup茅.

Qu鈥檌l soit en route, au bureau, en conf茅rence, dans les transports en commun, 脿 la maison..

Tous les jours 脿 09h09 AM, un selfie.

Bravo 脿 JM Gobet

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KENDJI GIRAC ET LE MILLION


Mika avait su d茅tecter le potentiel du jeune Kendji et l’emmener jusqu’en finale de “The Voice 3” il y a un an et demi.

Sorti en septembre 2014, le premier album du chanteur devient la troisi猫me meilleure vente de la d茅cennie.

Champagne ! “Kendji Girac” est millionnaire.

Le premier album 茅ponyme du chanteur de Bergerac, laur茅at de la troisi猫me saison du t茅l茅-crochet “The Voice”, vient de franchir le seuil du million de ventes en comptant les derniers chiffres de la semaine (6.000), selon nos informations.

1 million et quatre mille cents exemplaires pour 锚tre pr茅cis. Un succ猫s retentissant pour le chanteur, r茅alis茅 en 13 mois seulement. Le dernier artiste 脿 avoir 茅coul茅 plus d’un million d’exemplaires du m锚me disque n’est autre que Stromae avec “Racine carr茅e” (2013), mais il avait mis moins de temps.

Par ailleurs “Kendji Girac” est le troisi猫me album de la d茅cennie 脿 franchir le cap symbolique du million apr猫s “21” d’Adele (2011), et donc “Racine carr茅e” de Stromae, 茅ni猫me t茅moignage d’un ph茅nom猫ne qui ne semble pas pr猫s de s’essouffler et port茅 par le succ猫s des titres “Color Gitano“, “Elle m’a aim茅”, “Cool” et bien 茅videmment “Andalouse”, le plus gros tube de Kendji 脿 ce jour.

Kendji Girac attending the charity Global Gift Gala held at the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris, France, May 25, 2015. Photo by Audrey Poree/ABACAPRESS.COM | 501964_072 Paris France

Kendji Girac attending the charity Global Gift Gala held at the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris, France, May 25, 2015. Photo by Audrey Poree/ABACAPRESS.COM | 501964_072 Paris France

Kendji fait donc mieux que “Sans attendre” de C茅line Dion (2012), “G茅n茅ration Goldman” (2012), “Subliminal” de Ma卯tre Gims, “Random Access Memories” de Daft Punk (2013) ou encore “Mini World” d’Indila (2014), parmi les plus gros cartons de ces derni猫res ann茅es. Et la carri猫re de “Kendji Girac” est encore loin d’锚tre termin茅e ! Le chanteur tentera de faire aussi bien sinon mieux avec son successeur, “Ensemble”, dont la sortie est programm茅e le 30 octobre. Un premier extrait tourne d茅j脿 sur les ondes, “Me quemo”, et s’inscrit dans le sillage gypsypop de ses premiers tubes. Lors d’un entretien accord茅 脿 la radio RTL l’茅t茅 dernier, Kendji avait 茅voqu茅 une l茅g猫re 茅volution et notamment 芦 quelques touches de funk 禄 sur ses nouveaux morceaux.

Ce cru 2015 sera d茅fendu en “live l’ann茅e prochaine dans le cadre d’une tourn茅e qui d茅marrera au Z茅nith d’Orl茅ans, apr猫s un passage sur la sc猫ne du Palais des Festivals le samedi 7 novembre, 脿 l’occasion de la 17猫me c茅r茅monie des NRJ Music Awards. Des concerts sont programm茅s un peu partout en France, et notamment quatre, 聽au Palais des Sports de Paris au mois d’avril.

SOURCES: PURE CHARTS / Jonathan Hamard

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JERRY LEE LEWIS


Among teenagers of a musical bent, there was much anticipation 50 years ago this week.

Jerry Lee Lewis, an American rock and roll singer with long blond hair who played a frenetic boogie woogie piano while standing up, and often with one foot on the keyboard, was on his way to Britain for a six-week tour.

This may not seem like a big deal today, as rock musicians criss-cross the Atlantic all the time, but in May 1958 it was thrilling.
To us, that first generation of rock fans, this guy was the real thing.

And that was important, because, having been completely overlooked by Elvis Presley who鈥檇 never come to Britain (and who was by then in the U.S. Army, anyway), there was a feeling that we were getting everything second-hand and missing all the fun.

True, we鈥檇 had a couple of would-be early rock stars of our own, but they were limp counterfeits like Tommy Steele, who already seemed to have one eye on becoming the dreaded all-round entertainers.

Jerry Lee Lewis, however, or, “The Killer”, as he was known, had enjoyed two classic worldwide hits with Whole Lotta Shakin鈥 Goin鈥 On and Great Balls Of Fire, and had even appeared in a Hollywood rock film, High School Confidential.

Nor was he middle-aged like Bill Haley. He was young and vital.

Could he possibly live up to his advance billing, those of us who bought the music papers wondered, as we read about him on our way to school.

Would he be the wild man of the Louisiana swamps we鈥檇 been led to believe?

No sooner had he landed at Heathrow than we had our answer, in no small part due to the inquiries of a Daily Mail reporter called Paul Tanfield.

Meeting the star at the airport, Tanfield noticed that there was a very young girl in The Killer鈥檚 party. Tanfield asked whom she might be.

“I鈥檓 Myra,” answered the girl. “Jerry鈥檚 wife.”

Tanfield was astonished. “And how old is Myra?” he asked Jerry Lee.

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“Fifteen,” the singer replied, obviously thinking that sounded suitably mature.

It wasn鈥檛. Despite Lewis鈥檚 assertions that Myra was “a grown woman”, as far as Britain was concerned, she was below the age of consent.

The headlines the next day were not good for the star鈥檚 first day in Britain.

But they were about to get much worse when it was quickly discovered that Lewis, 22 at the time of the wedding, had been lying.

Myra wasn鈥檛 15. She was 13, and, therefore, absolutely not a “grown woman”.

What鈥檚 more, she was the singer鈥檚 first cousin once removed.

And if that wasn鈥檛 enough, it was also revealed that he may have been bigamously married to her, since he hadn鈥檛 yet become divorced from his second wife, whom he鈥檇 married at 17, having wed his first wife at 14.

If you鈥檙e becoming confused, think how we must have felt back in 1958 as the hillbilly courting behaviour of some citizens of America鈥檚 Deep South unfolded in our newspapers.

We’d heard about the phenomenon of the child bride in fiction from the Tennessee Williams鈥 play and the film Baby Doll. But buttoned-up, respectable, repressed Fifties Britain had never come across the real thing before.

With Jerry Lee, the Louisiana swamps had exceeding all expectations in what they had thrown up.

Goodness gracious, as the man himself was wont to sing. This furore soon was great balls of fire!

In this way began one of the most extraordinary episodes in the history of rock music 鈥 and, let鈥檚 face it, there have been quite a few.

Right from the beginning, rock and roll music had been soaked in scandal, perhaps not too surprisingly when it鈥檚 remembered that the actual words “rock and roll” had been, in black American nightclubs, a euphemism for sexual activity long before they became associated with music.

So, when the music swept the world a couple of years earlier, teachers, preachers, parents and pundits alike had been quick to fulminate against聽 the youthful, on-stage gyrations of Elvis Presley, describing them as obscene, and to read into the lyrics of rock songs a lewd carnality which was probably accurate but being missed by most young fans.

Up to this point, however, most of the outrage against rock had happened in America. Now, as Jerry Lee Lewis and Myra arrived in London, a storm of outrage erupted here, too.

And instantly the fashionable Westbury Hotel in London鈥檚 Mayfair, into which The Killer鈥檚 retinue was booked, found itself besieged by competing armies of fans, the Press, police and outraged citizens.

To start with, Lewis seemed to find it difficult to understand what all the fuss was about.

In fact, initially he was quite pleased with all the publicity he was getting.

While, for her part, Myra was happy watching children鈥檚 television in their suite, chirpily telling anyone who would listen that although her husband had given her a red Cadillac, what she really wanted was a wedding ring.

Were this to happen today, any star would instantly surround himself with a legion of publicists who would do their utmost to put a positive gloss on the situation 鈥 not the easiest of tasks, I have to admit.

Come to think of it, just about impossible.

But those were less sophisticated times when it came to media manipulation.

The best thing to do, Jerry Lee decided, was to get on with his tour as if nothing had happened, and, since he maintained he was a God-fearing country boy, to ask the good Lord for help.

Consequently, it is said, he and his whole entourage fell down on their knees and prayed for a full hour before he took the stage at the Gaumont State, Kilburn, North London.

For some reason, God doesn鈥檛 seem to have been listening 鈥 but then in the Southern states where Lewis came from, many people believed that rock and roll was the Devil鈥檚 music.

Whatever the reason, nothing stopped The Killer, dressed in what was described witheringly in one newspaper as a “custard-coloured jacket”, making his British debut to a half-full theatre with a performance that was repeatedly interrupted by whistles and boos and cries of “cradle snatcher” from the audience.

Off stage, things were getting much, much worse.

On learning of Myra鈥檚 age, the police had turned up at the Westbury Hotel to interview the star and his bride, after which their notes were passed on to the Director of Public Prosecutions to see if any British laws had been broken.

Meanwhile, in the House of Commons, the Home Office minister, Iain Macleod, was called upon to answer questions from MPs.

Jerry Lee thought he could struggle on and win the fans round. By now, however, the posh Westbury Hotel had had enough.

The star was asked to leave.

Desperately, Lewis and his manager tried to explain that it wasn鈥檛 that unusual for girls of 13 to marry in Mississippi, and that the marriage to Myra couldn鈥檛 have been bigamous, because at the time of Jerry Lee鈥檚 second marriage he鈥檇 still been married to his first wife.

Thus the second marriage had been null and void, and as he was now divorced from the first wife, everything was fine and dandy!

Neither the newspaper reporters nor the Rank and Grade organisations, in whose theatres the Jerry Lee concerts were to have taken place, were convinced.

After only three appearances, the tour was cancelled, and Jerry Lee and Myra, his managers and hangers-on, were back on a plane to America.

A little less than nine months later, Myra gave birth to a boy.

The maker of some classic rock hits he might have been, but The Killer鈥檚 career never properly recovered. He became a musical pariah.

And after disc jockeys around the world refused to play his records, he never had another big hit.

From $10,000-a-night shows, he was reduced to earning $100 a night.

Myra divorced him in 1970, after 12 years of marriage when she was all of 25, became an estate agent and wrote her autobiography, Great Balls Of Fire, which was filmed with Dennis Quaid as Jerry Lee and Winona Ryder as Myra.

The scandal of 1958 proved, however, to have lasting effects in quite different ways.

It may have been coincidental, but very quickly attempts were made in America to clean up the image of rock and roll.

Payola investigations were begun and several famous disc jockeys were revealed as having taken bribes to play records.

And when the mighty Elvis himself fell in love with a 14-year-old girl, Priscilla Beaulieu, the following year, steps were taken to make sure that not a word of scandal leaked out.

As for us here in Britain, within a few months, we鈥檇 come up with our own pop star, someone whose reputation was, and would remain, cleaner than clean.

His name was Cliff Richard.

One thing, however, couldn鈥檛 be denied. Although the affair had ruined the career of Jerry Lee Lewis, it had also made him very famous, infamous, actually.

And as the Fifties rolled into the Sixties, rock Svengalis-would soon see that the right kind of scandal, carefully managed and well publicised, could work wonders for the careers of rock stars.

Five years later, Andrew Loog Oldham, the young manager of the Rolling Stones, would give a masterclass in how this could be done.

While the nicely-turned out Beatles began to find fame by sticking carefully, in public, anyway, to the goody-goody script neatly mapped out for them by their manager Brian Epstein, Oldham did everything he could to grab outrageous headlines for the five, gurning, rebellious Rolling Stones.

Stunt followed stunt, from urinating in public, to singing more blatantly than anyone else about sex.

If there was a rule to be broken, the Stones broke it, and in the process built legends for themselves as the bad boys of rock and roll.

Indeed, by the mid-Sixties it had got to the point that just about anything could be believed about them, whether true or not.

There never was a Mars Bar at that party with Marianne Faithfull down at Keith Richards鈥 house in 1967, but anyone who had followed their careers in the newspapers believed there was, and the band didn鈥檛 mind at all.

Confrontational in the extreme, they milked scandal about themselves for all it was worth.

Of course, as with Jerry Lee Lewis and every other rock attraction, there were always a lot of girls involved, though none as young as Myra Lewis 鈥 at least, not until, having left the band, 47-year-old bass player Bill Wyman fell for 13-year-old Mandy Smith.

He married her when she was 18.

By the Seventies, outrageous behaviour had become synonymous with rock music, as groups vied with each other for publicity. Some set their amplifiers on fire on stage while others drove cars or pushed grand pianos into swimming pools.

It was all about creating controversy, getting headlines, and nothing to do with music.

Thus the punk group the Sex Pistols swore on television, Ozzy Osbourne was alleged to have bitten the head off a bat and Madonna disgracefully mimed having sex on Top Of The Pops.

And so it goes on, as every new generation of stars struggles to be noticed in the rush.

Sometimes, of course, publicity isn鈥檛 sought, as both Michael Jackson and Phil Spector have recently found in lurid and tragic circumstances.

But, believe me, the bigger the headlines about rock music the greater the stepping stones to stardom.

Quite what Jerry Lee Lewis thinks about the behaviour of some of today鈥檚 musicians would be worth knowing.

Today, at 73, after suffering from bouts of alcoholism and depression, he still tours.

Appreciated by some stalwart fans as one of the pioneers of rock and roll, he is remembered by most of us, if at all, for that week in London 50 years ago when his bizarre marital life shocked the nation.

聽FROM : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/

By RAY CONNOLLY FOR MAILONLINE

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1021569/Great-Balls-Scandal-How-Jerry-Lee-Lewis-marriage-13-year-old-wrecked-career.html

 

 

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By RAY CONNOLLY FOR MAILONLINE