Sounds in the Grounds is an all new event for the music calendar of Midlands, to be hosted in the magnificent grounds of Warwick Castle. This is an inclusion to a significant summer of events, this 2-day amusement would see a great line-up of artists vibrating with both the crowd as well as the historic setting this coming tenth and eleventh July.
A few well known faces came back on The Voice earlier on Monday evening as Gwen Stefani, Usher and CeeLo Green were asked in to mentor the program’s Top-8 contestants.
They were asked to be a part of the show by present judges Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera and Pharrell Williams as the remaining aspirants fought it out for a spot in the final 6.
Singer and music producer Cee Lo Green got great probation report earlier Monday in his felony drug incident, with one counselor saying that his “humbleness” as well as deep connection to homeless military vets tangled in his court-ordered community help.
The Grammy Award-winning music star, whose actual name is Thomas Callaway, has already finished seventy nine hours with Volunteers of America working with low-income seniors and homeless veterans at a facility on the Skid Row located in downtown LA, said his probation officer.
As it has been reported, the rapper, singer Professor Green has called off his recent performance that was due to take place at University of Warwick. The British star, who received special acclamations for his 2010 hit singles like “Just Be Good to Green” and “I Need You Tonight”, was scheduled to give a performance at “Students Union”, Gibbet Hill Road on January 24, but has suspended the show because of “unforeseen circumstances”.
Stephen Paul Manderson aka Professor Green is the most lovable rogue of all. He cancelled his Birmingham gig twice earlier but still managed to draw the crowd.