John Legend Pulls From Familiar Roots To Play Jesus In 'Jesus Christ Superstar Live'

John Legend Pulls From Familiar Roots To Play Jesus In 'Jesus Christ Superstar Live'

This Easter Sunday, NBC will debut its latest one-night live musical event, Jesus Christ Superstar Live In Concert. The event's source material is the 1970s rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, an interpretation of the final days of the life of Jesus Christ. But it's not your old
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Justin Timberlake gets lost in the woods in Cleveland concert (photos)

Still, if you weren't a big fan of the new direction, you could still have fun at Timberlake's concert. He ran through all of his hits like “SexyBack,” “Mirrors” and “Rock Your Body,” showing off sexy dance moves and plenty of crotch-grabs. He also earned a ton of audience applause when he w
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#Showbiz: KRU gets trainer to boost stamina ahead of anniversary concert

We've got a good trainer who conducts exercises that last an hour or two, and we also play badminton twice a week,” said the 48-year-old Norman in a news report in BH Online today. “We must look our best for our big day, as it's going to be a three-day concert from May 4 to 6. The three of u
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Las Vegas hockey team retires No. 58 to honor concert victims

(CNN) The Las Vegas Golden Knights final home game of the 2018 season will always be remembered as a special one, but not for the game. So unbelievably powerful. No player will ever wear the #58 in a Golden Knights uniform. It is officially retired and this banner will now hang in the rafters at
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S. Korean singers' concert in Pyongyang delayed by two hours

PYONGYANG/SEOUL, April 1 (Yonhap) — A rare concert by South Korean singers in Pyongyang has been delayed two hours Sunday at North Korea's request, according to a pool report. It was scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. (Seoul time) at the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre, but the North requested a
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YSU Dance Ensemble to present concert

The Youngstown State University Dance Ensemble will present its annual concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Bliss Hall's Ford Theater. There will be no Sunday matinee. Under the artistic direction of Christine Cobb, faculty member in the theater and dance department, the concert
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