In light of Amber’s recent Instagram posts [x,x] I have decided to make a masterpost of all of the MVs that Amber and her fellow f(x) members have been in to show my support for Amber and f(x). Please continue to love and support Amber and f(x) however you can. Also if I have left anything out please feel free to add it on the end.
GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi Presents The Taylor Swift Experience™ Opening March 3, 2017
CLEVELAND, Miss.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–
The GRAMMY Museum®’s most popular exhibit to date, The Taylor Swift Experience™ will open at GRAMMY Museum Mississippi in Cleveland, Miss., on March 3, 2017, two days before the Mississippi Museum celebrates its one-year anniversary.
AT&T is the official sponsor of The Taylor Swift Experience in Mississippi. Most recently, AT&T unveiled Taylor Swift NOW, a new video experience created exclusively by AT&T and Taylor.
Curated by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE, The Taylor Swift Experience gives visitors and fans an in-depth look at the 10-time GRAMMY®-winning artist as a singer, songwriter, musician and producer through personal photographs and home videos, interactive experiences, handwritten lyrics of Taylor’s top-charting hits, and iconic performance outfits including her custom-made Atelier Versace romper worn earlier this month at the DIRECTV NOW Super Saturday Night concert in Houston, Texas.
“We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate our one-year anniversary than by hosting this incredible exhibit paying tribute to one of the most legendary artists of today,” said Emily Havens, Executive Director of GRAMMY Museum Mississippi. “After showings in Los Angeles and New York we are thrilled to bring her story to Cleveland, Mississippi, only a few hours away from her hometown of Nashville, where Taylor began her recording career.”
On display through Aug. 13, 2017, the exhibit will feature:
Clips from AT&T’s Taylor Swift NOW video channel, featuring unique and never-before-seen content and behind-the-scenes footageCustom-made Atelier Versace romper worn at DIRECTV NOW’s Super Saturday Night concertPersonal family photos, early childhood reading books and clothing, including the sweater gown Taylor wore home from the hospital just days after her birthTour costumes from Taylor’s The RED Tour and The 1989 World TourItems from the GRAMMY-winning Album Of The Year 1989, which include iconic outfits from the GRAMMY-winning Best Music Video "Bad Blood"Pre-Met Gala Louis Vuitton dressHandwritten lyrics for Taylor’s smash hits "Teardrops On My Guitar,” “White Horse,” “22” and “Welcome To New York"Taylor’s 2009 GRAMMY Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for "White Horse"The dress Taylor wore in her music video for "Mean” as well as the banjo used during her performance at the 54th GRAMMY Awards in 2012A one-of-a-kind custom-built piano used during The 1989 World TourAnd more, including additional interactive elements
Having originally debuted at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles on Dec. 13, 2014, Taylor’s 25th birthday, the exhibit was expected to close in May 2015, but due to overwhelming response, was extended through Oct. 4, 2015. The exhibit made its East Coast premiere on Nov. 18, 2016, in New York’s Seaport District, where it remained on display through Feb. 19, 2017.
Could you post landslide intros dedicated to or involving/mentioning Lindsey?
Hey anon, I’m not a Buckingham Nicks expert but I gathered some videos and quotes that are unforgettable. Now, compiling all the Lindsey mentions would require a lot of time and work because it’s not uncommon for Stevie to tell the story of how she wrote the song and Lindsey is usually mentioned. The “24 Karat Gold Tour” alone had many of those stories, there’s a great video here.
“I need to dedicate this tonight to Lindsey, & he knows why – He’s my one true love for now & for always. It’s called Landslide.” Rumours Tour - UCLA Oct. 4, 1977 (No video that I know of.)
“This is a very simple song and I would like to dedicate it to Buckingham Nicks, because I hope that maybe someday he will find it in his heart to spend some time with me again and maybe do some more music.” - Behind The Mask Tour, Inglewood, 1990.
“And second of all, because this is a really special night - as you can see, we are filming you as we speak -, I want to make a special dedication tonight that I really haven’t made before. I want to dedicate this song to Lindsey because he taught me how to play the guitar that I used to write this song, he inspired this song, and I wrote this song about him. It’s called Landslide.” - Say You Will Tour, Boston, 2003.
“We used to pretend it was written about him (her father). Of course it wasn’t but, it was actually written about him *points to Lindsey*, but we both loved my Dad so we gave him that one.” - Fleetwood Mac Live, Philadelphia, 2013. (Pictures)
“But secondly I would like to dedicate this song to my band. I’d like to dedicate this song to Fleetwood Mac. And I don’t know if Lindsey can hear me. Can you hear me? So, okay, so I’m, tonight I’m going to dedicate Landslide to our band. So I’m really dedicating it to Fleetwood Mac and I’m also really dedicating it to you, Lindsey. For all the wonderful things that you have done for me. Teaching me the little pick that is in Landslide that I would never have known had it not been for you. And all the really wonderful music that you have brought into my life. And just for being a wonderful friend all these years. And, um, I just want you to know that even though we argue, the love is always still there.” - Fleetwood Mac Live, Amsterdam, 2013.
“Lindsey and I have probably played this next song, since 1973, three million times. Every single time we have ever walked onstage since 1973, we have played this song, so just do the math. It seems to me that here in Nashville - I mean, think we’re more nervous about tonight than we were for Madison Square Garden or for The Forum. Um, I don’t know why but it’s something. And I wanted to say to him and to you that, you know, Lindsey and I, we put a record out called Buckingham Nicks and it started to sell across the south. It started to do really well in Birmingham, Alabama, and it started to actually simmer right when we were joining Fleetwood Mac. And had we not had Fleetwood Mac - we would’ve just joined Fleetwood Mac - and we may very well have ended up here. And I think about that sometimes. It could’ve just as easily gone towards country music, country rock ’n’ roll music, as towards serious hard rock ’n’ roll music, which is what we did. We could’ve very well ended up here, living here, with fifteen children. And grandchildren. And been like these two little rock ’n’ roll people and ended up being country people. So I want to dedicate this song to Lindsey because without him, this song could never have been played because I could only play it once, and he took it and made it into the song that it is today. So thank you, Lindsey, for that.” - On With The Show, Nashville, 2015.
You can also ask @soundcity73, I bet she has way more information! :)
According to the American Meteor Society, these meteors have
the potential to become one of the most spectacular showers of the
year, though it can fall short because of fickle January weather conditions and its relatively brief six-hour period of peak activity. Its peak night occurs Jan. 3-4.
Lyrids: Apr. 16-25
The AMS says Lyrid is a medium-strength shower that can be
seen from the Northern Hemisphere at dawn, as well as from the Southern
Hemisphere — albeit at a lower rate. Its peak night takes place on Apr.
Eta Aquariids: Apr. 19-May 26
The Eta Aquariid shower is stronger if seen from the southern tropics. Its peak night occurs on May 6-7, according to Basic Astronomy.
Alpha Capricornids: Jul. 11-Aug. 10
This shower is not too strong but, unlike many, it can be seen on either side of the equator,according to the AMS. Its peak night takes place Jul. 26-27.
Delta Aquariids: Jul. 21-Aug. 23
The Delta Aquariid has a stronger presence in the southern
tropics, but its meteoroids lack persistent trains and fireballs. Its
peak night occurs Jul. 29-30, according to the AMS.
Perseids: Jul. 13-Aug. 26
Among stargazers in the U.S., Perseid is one of the most popular meteor showers, as it peaks on August nights and can be seen from the Northern Hemisphere. According to Basic Astronomy, its peak night takes place on Aug. 12-13.
Orionids: Oct. 4-Nov. 14
The Orionids create a medium-strength shower that sometimes
reaches higher activity like Perseid. The shower’s peak night is Oct.
21-22, according to Basic Astronomy.
Southern Taurids: Sept. 7-Nov. 19
The falling Southern Taurids result in a long-lasting shower
but one produces just more than five shower members per hour, a
relatively low number. Its peak night takes place on Oct. 9-10,
according to the AMS.
Northern Taurids: Oct. 19-Dec. 10.
Like the Southern Taurids, Northern Taurids occur over a
span of two months. When these two showers become simultaneously active
in late October, it creates increased fireball activity. Peak night
occurs on Nov. 10-11, according to the AMS.
Leonids: Nov. 5-Nov. 30
Leonids are known for causing large meteor storms, with some
of the most notable occurring in the mid-1800s, in 1996 and again in
2001. Its peak night occurs Nov. 17-18, Basic Astronomy reported.
Geminids: Dec. 4-Dec. 16
Germanids are usually the strongest meteor shower of the
year, and it can also be seen from the Southern Hemisphere. According
to Basic Astronomy, Germanids’ peak night takes place Dec. 13-14.
Ursids: Dec. 17-Dec. 23
The AMS underscores that this shower, which occurs just before Christmas, is strictly a Northern Hemisphere stargazing show. Its peak night takes place Dec. 22-23, according to Basic Astronomy.
There’s a special time limited premium gacha where the SRs are guaranteed to be characters from Samurai Love Ballad (Saizo, Nobunaga, Kenshin, Masamune & Kojuro), including the Saizo and Kenshin cards from previous events!! The gacha is from 27 Sept till 4 Oct.
In the years after the Riot Grrrl movement but before YouTube, feminist artist, writer, filmmaker, and one-time Rihanna interviewer Miranda
July began working on a video project named Joanie 4 Jackie. Based in feminist resistance
against the male-dominated world of film, July conceptualized a “chain letter” tape
made by girls experimenting with film, and sharing their diverse voices, vulnerabilities,
With a DIY attitude, she handed out promotional pamphlets at community
centers, colleges, and grocery stores aiming to inspire girls to make films for
the first time. She even gave boxes of pamphlets to bands like Bikini Kill so
her message could be spread throughout the country. These pamphlets read:
A Challenge and A Promise:
Lady, u send me yr movie + $5.00 & I’ll send you the latest Big Miss Moviola
compilation (that’s 10 lady-made movies including yrs.)
The Getty Research Institute has just acquired the Joanie 4
Jackie archive. It joins other archives of feminist and queer
artists such as the Guerrilla Girls and Robert Mapplethorpe. July has also launched Joanie4Jackie.com—an online record of the project including original
recordings, press, and supplemental ephemera surrounding the work.
1. Miranda July in 1996, in her Portland apartment, by Heide Foley. 2. Excerpt from BMM booklet: Lady Glitterati, compiled by Miranda July. 3. Dumba calendar featuring Big Miss Moviola screening, Sept-Oct 1997. 4. Ophelia’s Opera by Abiola Abrams included in The Chain of Love Letter compiled by Miranda July (2003) 5. Untitled video by Sujin Lee included in The Chain of Love Letter compiled by Miranda July (2003)