Who knew elephants were musically gifted?
Musician Paul Barton has been playing piano for elephants for nearly two decades. But, he was shocked when an elephant spontaneously joined him in a duet during a recent visit to Thailand. As the first elephant was banging on the piano keys, a second elephant got in on the act with rhythmic dancing.
Boston is back with their first album in 11 years as they release Life, Love and Hope today (Tuesday), the sixth album of their 37-year career.
The set contains 11 songs and their late singer, Brad Delp, can be heard on three of them -- "Didn’t Mean to Fall in Love," "Sail Away" and "Someone." Both "Didn't Mean to Fall in Love" and "Someone" were released on Boston's last studio album, 2002's Corporate America, but they have been re-worked for this release. The remaining vocals are handled by Tom Scholz, which marks his first lead vocal on any Boston album, bassist Kimberley Dahme, Delp impersonator Tommy DeCarlo and their other new singer, David Victor.
Life, Love and Hope Track Listing
Fights, stampedes, riots and utter chaos, this latest super cut compilation shows that Black Friday is an out of control American tradition that has a way of bringing out the worst in people who are unaware that it’s 2013 and Cyber Monday is now the best shopping day of the year.
Thankfully, I was here at BIG playing great classic rock, and far away from the insanity at the malls.
At least nobody will get trampled today on Cyber Monday.
Anchorman Ron Burgundy, otherwise known as Will Ferrell, joined the KX News in Bismarck, North Dakota on Saturday night.
In character throughout the half-hour broadcast, Will read the local Bismarck news alongside co-anchor Amber Schatz.
Burgundy's signature "stay classy" catchphrase didn't make the air, though, because he missed his cue. Instead, Will ended the night by saying, "What? Am I supposed to read that?"