VIDEO: ZVIJEZDA U ZAGREBU – Sjajna Sinead O’Connor u Tvornici kulture 15. siječnja

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Sinead O’Connor, svjetski poznata irska glazbenica, nastavlja svjetsku turneju u sklopu koje 15. siječnja stiže u Tvornicu kulture u Zagrebu.

Pred Sinead je ukupno sedam nastupa na Starom kontinentu, u Nizozemskoj, Belgiji, Njemačkoj, Italiji te jedan u Hrvatskoj, 15. siječnja.

Njezini su dosadašnji nastupi od medija ocijenjeni kao ponajbolji u karijeri.

Lista pjesama donosi presjek karijere duže od tri desetljeća, naravno od mitske „Nothing Compares 2 U“ i ključnih pjesama iz prve faze poput „The Emperor’s New Clothes“, „Three Babies“ i „Thank You For Hearing Me“, do odličnih „Black Boys On Mopeds“, izuzetne obrade Johna Granta „Queen Of Denmark“….

Inače Sinead trenutno radi na novom studijskom albumu, prvom nakon „I’m Not Bossy, I’m The Boss“ iz 2014. godine, koji još nema ime, ali ima pjesmu „Milestone“ koju će hrvatska publika premijerno čuti u Tvornici kulture.

Ulaznice se po 200 kuna, a bude i ih na dan koncerta, iznositi će 220 kn. U prodaji je i VIP sektor po trajnoj cijeni od 290 kn.

Službena prodajna mjesta su Dirty Old Shop (Tratinska 18), Rockmark (Berislavićeva 13), Aquarius CD Shop (Varšavska 13), Dallas Music Shop Rijeka (Splitska 2a), sva prodajna mjesta Eventima i online www.eventim.hr.

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"All the flowers that you planted, mama, in the back yard All died when you went away I know that living with you, baby, was sometimes hard But I'm willing to give it another try Nothing compares Nothing compares to you" 🎶 Prince wrote and recorded this song in 1984, but didn't release it. Instead, he gave it to The Family, a band that was signed to his Paisley Park record label. They recorded the song in 1985, with their singer St. Paul (Paul Peterson) handling the vocals. According to Peterson, he was asked to sing it in the style of Prince. To get the right emotion, he thought about a girl named Julie who broke his heart in high school. The Family released the song on their 1985 self-titled album, which ended up being their only LP. Their version was never released as a single and the song was seldom heard until Sinéad O'Connor covered it five years later. Peterson would have liked it to be his hit, but it wan't all bad: he ended up getting married to Julie. Director John Maybury shot a lot of footage around Paris for the video, but ended up using just a simple tight shot of O'Connor singing. It was the first time most people saw what she looked like and were surprised that she was bald. She shaved her head when she first started recording because she wanted to make a statement and not be known for her beauty. When Sinéad cried In the video, it was a real tear. In the Rolling Stone Top 500 songs issue, she said, "I didn't intend for that moment to happen, but when it did, I thought, 'I should let this happen.'" She told The Daily Telegraph in 2014 that the tear was triggered because she associated the song's lyrics of love and loss with her mother, who was killed in a car accident in 1985. • • • • • • • • • • • • • #morrissey #thesmiths #thewho #coldplay #concert #thekooks #linkinpark #bobdylan #paulmccartney #manchester #thebeatles #johnlennon #therollingstones #ledzeppellin #metallica #liamgallagher #queen #acdc #davidbowie #redhotchilipeppers #nirvana #eltonjohn #gunsnroses #ironmaiden #pinkfloyd #ericclapton #aerosmith #sineadoconnor #prince #brianmay

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