On court action combined with off court drama make this an exciting look at big time college hoops. Story focuses on the recruitment of 'blue chip' prospects that can make or break a season and a coach's career. Look for cameo by Bobby Knight.
Nile Rodgers and Paul Williams walk home with Grammys galore as they describe how their explorations with Daft Punk for Random Access Memories made music the Academy took notice at the 2014 Grammy Awards
Wisecracking Axel Foley is again drawn to Beverly Hills where he pursues counterfeiters through an unnamed Southern California theme park.
A trio of over-sexed aliens crash land in Los Angeles, where a Hollywood manicurist gives them a make-over and and incredible weekend out in Tinseltown!
In this week's Meet the Author, Nick Higham went to meet Nile Rodgers, one of the world's most successful record producers.
Rapper, actor and activist Emmanuel Jal - a former child soldier from South Sudan - talks about his collaboration with Nile Rodgers on his new single 'My Power' and the influences on his song writing. (Nov. 7)
A New York City drug dealer decides to get out of the business, but has to flee from mobsters in Alphabet City (1984).
Rising gangster Johnny (Vincent Spano) has been making the rounds of the East Village, Manhattan neighborhood for which the movie is named, now introducing his mother (Zohra Lampert) and sister (Jami Gertz), in director Amos Poe's Alphabet City, 1984.
Junior gangster Johnny (Vincent Spano) and, as emerges in their conversation, partner, Lippy (Michael Winslow), safe but frightened in the aftermath of the slightly surreal police raid on the heroin hide-out they supplied, in director Amos Poe's Alphabet City, 1984.
Pop overtones in the opening of punk music-movie director Amos Poe's foray toward the mainstream, introducing Vincent Spano as gangster and dad Johnny, Kate Vernon his girlfriend, soundtrack by Nile Rodgers, in Alphabet City, 1984.
Nile Rodgers and Paul Williams walk home with Grammys galore as they describe how their explorations with Daft Punk for 'Random Access Memories' made music the Academy took notice at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
Daft Punk hit it big this summer with 'Get Lucky' and now they've just dropped their new video for the song 'Lose Yourself To Dance'. It's got Pharrell, it's got Nile Rodgers, it's got helmets, and it's perfect. - via vevo.com
Rolling Stone has confirmed that R&B icon Stevie Wonder will perform with electronic duo Daft Punk at the Grammy Awards. Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, who also appear on Daft Punk's Random Access Memories, will also take the stage. This will be the first time that Daft Punk, who are up for five Grammys including Album of the Year and Best Dance/Electronica album Best Pop/Group performance for Get Lucky,' have performed live since the release of Random Access Memories.
French electronic music DJs Daft Punk and New Zealand teen Lorde took home the top Grammy awards on Sunday (January 26). Daft Punk scored the double win of album of the year for 'Random Access Memories,' and record of the year with the summer dance hit 'Get Lucky,' featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers. Paul Williams, one of the featured artists in 'Random Access Memories,' joked about working with the quirky robotic duo.
Have you see the video for Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky'? See that guy playing guitar next to Pharrell? That's Nile Rodgers! And even if you don't know who he is, chances are good you've heard one of his songs!
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