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Singer faces kerb crawling charge


The News Review:

– Singer faces kerb crawling charge
– Man Booker launches international prize
– Out of the kitchen to sing live
– Pop’s tops for Jamie

Singer faces kerb crawling charge
BBC News – Jun 3, 2004
A total of 20 people were charged after the week long police operation. Band managerA Met police spokesman said it was launched as a response to concerns expressed by the local community. Moore is now the manager of Popstars: The Rivals rejects Phixx Eurovision entry James Fox and Pop Idol finalist Hayley Evetts. His other acts include Haydon Eshun one-time child star of boyband Ultimate Kaos who tried to revive his career by appearing on ITV’s Reborn in the USA. Brother Beyond were briefly famous in the late 1980s and their biggest hit was The Harder I Try which reached number two in 1988. The hits dried up and Moore went on to form new band Worlds Apart. Two years ago he recorded a single with Kim Wilde.

Man Booker launches international prize
Guardian – Jun 3, 2004
“We do less in Europe than we do in America but clearly it’s sponsorship. We are very pleased by the way our profile has been raised [so far]. ” The new international prize might follow the example of the Eurovision Song Contest he said enabling the awards ceremony to take place in the country of the previous winner. The new prize was not intended to be a “lifetime’s achievement award” insisted John Carey the literary critic and Merton professor of English at Oxford University who will be the chairman of the first panel of judges. “The judges will be looking for originality and individuality” he said. “I want to find someone whose take on the world is not like anyone else’s. ” Charles Dickens or Graham Greene he suggested were examples of authors with such distinctive voices.

Out of the kitchen to sing live
ic Newcastle.co.uk – Jun 3, 2004
Midge later achieved a number one with his solo effort If I Was and was of course instrumental in Band Aid and the Live Aid concert. Bucks Fizz will be bubbly as ever and boasting their original line-up for the first time in two decades. They made their mark by winning Eurovision in 1981 with Making Your Mind Up. Tickets for the Here and Now show on December 14 go on sale tomorrow priced £33. They will be available on 0870 707 8000 by logging on to.

Pop’s tops for Jamie
ic Newcastle.co.uk – Jun 3, 2004
Jamie Tinkler 23 from Linthorpe is part of Pete Waterman’s new band Pop!Their debut single Heaven and Earth is currently number 15 in the midweek chart – and it could be set to go into the top ten on Sunday when the new chart is revealed. Jamie previously made it into the last 50 contestants of Pop Idol and was pipped at the post to represent England at the Eurovision Song Contest.

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