Share on Facebook Today is truly a historic day. Earlier this morning, the United States Supreme Court ruled that marriage is a right for all, legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states — a massive, triumphant step forward in the march toward LGBTQ equality. And as a result, it's time to celebrate. We've put together some of the most self-empowering, most queer-friendly anthems from today's leading allies in pop. Maluca " Love is free, baby!
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Formed with Lennon when he was still a Beatle and once boasting Eric Clapton as a member, the new Plastic Ono Band now stars John and Yoko's son Sean Lennon in the line up, while artist and producer Mark Ronson and his bass guitar were welcomed on stage for the evening. Yoko Ono performing at the Royal Festival Hall last night In what was the band's first gig since their one and only performance forty years ago, the group played as part of the Meltdown music festival held in London's Southbank Centre. The band stepped into the UK spotlight to a warm welcome yesterday performing tracks from their most recent studio album, Between My Head and the Sky. Yoko, who last week received a lifetime achievement award at the Mojo Music Awards, says she is 'surprised' at being awarded such an accolade, claiming: I didn't expect that. Yoko Ono on stage with producer Mark Ronson last night who told the crowd she 'helped change music in her own right' In an interview recorded at the time of the split, John said he was made to choose between Yoko or the Beatles.
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The duo's first performance was, of course, their new infectious disco-meets-country hit "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart," which they've been promoting heavily the last few weeks. The SNL performance was the song's U. The stage was wrapped in screens playing visuals reminiscent of the song's cinematic music video that premiered earlier this month , while Mark and Miley performed. Mark strummed the hypnotizing guitar melody as Miley sung her face off — dressed in a sparkling, iridescent track jacket open over her bare chest, covering just what it had to. A band made up of a strings section, a drummer, bass guitarist, and keyboardist accompanied the A-list artists to help bring the song to life for a live audience.
Background[ edit ] I just want to make something that you love, driving around in your car listening or losing your mind to on a dance floor. Something to serenade us through these very, very troubling times. Wainwright on his goal for the album  Wainwright and Ronson began recording the album in New York in May I've written three songs about her already. He took the summer off to spend time with Viva and resumed recording in the fall of