Saturday, May 27, 2017
Johnny Logan- What's Another Year
Adam And The Ants- Stand And Deliver
Nicole- A Little Peace
Spandau Ballet- True
Duran Duran- The Reflex
Paul Hardcastle- 19
Spitting Image- The Chicken Song
Starship- Nothings Gonna Stop Us Now
Wet Wet Wet- With A Little Help From My Friends
Ferry Aid- Ferry '.Cross The Mersey
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A brand new documentary following Whitney Houston's rise to stardom, struggles with addiction and eventual overdose is set for release next month.
'Whitney: Can I Be Me?' will feature unseen footage including frank interviews with backup singers, hairdressers, bodyguards and other members of her inner circle as well as live recordings from the late singer's life.
Director Nick Broomfield told The Guardian that the aim of the film is to "explain it from her point of view, so you understand what she went through at various stages of her life. The irony is that the wonderful person she actually was is so much more interesting than the image that was created around her.”
'Whitney: Can I Be Me?' will be released in the UK on 16th June.