Robin Gibb Absent in Titanic Requiem Singer Robin Gibb (62) is battling pneumonia in the hospital so he could not attend the concert “The Titanic Requiem”, the first classical works that he created with his son Robin-John Gibb. Robin Gibb, a member of the Bee Gees music group, has been scheduled for a new rendition of “Don` t Cry Alone “at the concert that was held at Westminster Central Hall, London, Tuesday (10/4). “Too bad it had to happen, and tonight he was supposed to be here. We really miss and wish he were here to see our new songs,” said Robin-John, as quoted by Reuters news agency. Concert “The Titanic Requiem” by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra was held to commemorate 100 years of luxury liner Titanic sank on April 15, 1912.
Robin Gibb Fight Against Pneumonia Pneumonia is an acute infectious disease that attacks the lungs, which is usually a cough, runny nose accompanied by shortness of breath or rapid breathing. The disease is usually caused by bacterial, viral, mioplasma, and protozoa. Singer Robin Gibb, the Bee Gees personnel, is fighting against the disease a major killer of children under five years old (Toddler). A statement on the personal site Gibb contain bad news. “Unfortunately, the news is true, that Robin suffered from pneumonia and was in a coma. We all hope and pray for his recovery.
What They Wear on Coachella Music Festival Does not feel the Coachella Music and Arts Festival 2012 was held again at the beginning of this year. Wow, how time flies so fast! Beginning on 13 April to 22 April 2012, Coachella is one of the festival is eagerly awaited by lovers of music and art. Yes, we all know that and I’d like to see it by myself! Dozens of musicians from various schools, both mainstream and indie assembled and ready to entertain music lovers true. Meanwhile, when the musicians on duty presents a stunning performance on stage, then what is done by the visitors who come to the busy festival? You know what?
Tupac Shakur Risen From the Grave What happens if the legendary rapper Tupac Shakur rose from the grave? That’s what’s happening in the Coachella music festival on Sunday (15/4) evening. Not in its true form, Tupac comes on stage in the form of a hologram and a duet with Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre. After his performance brought California Love, Tupac collaborated with Snoop on the Is not Nothin ‘Like Gangsta Party. Of course it makes a sudden appearance shocked many people, especially those watching the event online. “I told you so, Tupac is not dead yet!” wrote one of the tweeps that Tupac was amazed at the action stage.