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  1. https://www.berliner-zeitung.de/kultur-vergnuegen/musik/madonna-konzert-in-der-berliner-mercedes-benz-arena-berlin-du-bist-so-schuechtern-li.2162995
  2. Lisbon: First night 10pm Second night 9.30pm (the show lasts approximately 2h15) She came on at 9.15 on the 18th Oct at the O2 and the show finished at 11.20 Milan 10.15pm and finished at 0.30am London 17th Oct 8.45pm Paris 12th Nov 22.20pm Paris 13th Nov 9.45pm Might be safer to book a hotel for the night and make a proper night out of it?
  3. The Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary is also celebrated on the 8th of December
  4. still making music her 2016 album Smoove Jones received a nomination for Best R&B Album at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. This year alone she re-releassed a digital deluxe twenty-fifth anniversary edition of her debut self titled album (1998), a digital deluxe twentieth anniversary edition of her third studio album, Moodring (2003), and a remixed and reimagined audio and heel choreography music video of her debut single "It's All About Me" (1998) with Brian Friedman.
  5. I don't know and I agree with @Prayer The music industry isn't for everyone I've been listening to a lot of JoJo recently and reading up on her label drama as well, In, 2018, JoJo re-recorded her self titled debut album along with her second album The High Road. The decision to re-record the singles and albums came from the removal of all of JoJo's original music released under Blackground Records from streaming and digital selling platforms. Blackground owns the master licensing to the original recordings and has control over their release. JoJo sought after getting the original songs and albums back online, but could never come to an agreement with the label. JoJo's lawyer stated they had reached the end of the statute of limitations on the re-record clause which gave her the rights to "cover" her own music. Despite the releases of the original versions of JoJo and The High Road on digital and streaming platforms in 2021, JoJo stated that she does not benefit financially from the releases, and encourages fans to support the re-recorded versions instead but everyone's favourite Taylor Swift gets all the credit for making re-recordings popular.
  6. I'd love for Madonna to go fully independent like Mya In 2008, Mya created her own label imprint, Planet 9 after parting ways with her major label, Universal Motown and following the advice of Prince, Mya established and developed her own independent label with a new business approach in mind to create and release music. Following the events of her fourth studio album, Liberation (2007) being mishandled and accidentally leaking on the internet, In 2009, Mya spoke with Rolling Out magazine, elaborating more on her hiatus from music and decision to go independent: "I've never stopped doing music. I've created a label called Planet 9 and I released an album in Japan. I invested in my own studio and it cut the recording cost down 95 percent. I have my own in-house producers and they are not as expensive as an established producer. The return is greater and now I own my masters. I see six dollars per album sold versus 10 cents. You may not sell as many units because you don't put as much money in promotions, but the returns are better." Later in the interview, Mya voiced her opinion on the major difference between major record labels and independent labels, saying: "Major labels have a system that you have to go through. The people in power dictate how things should sound and where the money is spent. But when you become your own boss, you check every line item and you have to be cautious."
  7. they'd be foolish not to film in New York It's mentioned in the original press release 'The Celebration Tour will take us on Madonna’s artistic journey through four decades and pays respect to the city of New York where her career in music began' they built the stage around an abstract map of new york Stufish (stage buiilders) collaborated closely with the artist herself, as well as creative director Lewis James, a fresh face in Madonna's production team. James got the call to help with the show, after she spotted his work in New York. ' [When I came in] there was a design in place and we sat and looked over that and we talked about ideas,' he recalls. ' We spoke about the idea of time and all these moments in history. The show revolves around four main ones: Time, New York City, Fragments, and the story of her.' Drawing on these elements and the artist's rich, 40-year long career, the stage was conceived as an abstract map of New York, where different songs - and therefore different eras - from Madonna's discography are symbolically performed in specific parts of the set. A network of stages and runways were created to reflect that, inspired by the streets and blocks of Manhattan: there are stages for Uptown, Downtown, Midtown, East and West. 'The stage and the whole show is a living, breathing archive of Madonna’s life,' says James. 'And it’s innocent in its nature, it doesn’t have anything to prove.' https://www.wallpaper.com/architecture/madonna-the-celebration-tour-2023-stage-architecture the real questioin is will it be barclays or MSG
  8. I consider the 1985 issue of Like a Virgin with into the groove to be the standard one. I just can't imagine that song not being included on the album. I was and am still annoyed they used the 2001 copies of the first three albums on The Complete Studio Albums (1983–2008) box set that came out in 2012
  9. it's estimated that 40,000 to 50,000 archived digital video and film copies were lost. A 2019 exposé from The New York Times Magazine asserted that the fire also destroyed 118,000 to 175,000 audio master tapes belonging to Universal Music Group (UMG). This included original recordings belonging to some of the best-selling artists worldwide. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/11/magazine/universal-fire-master-recordings.html Two weeks later, the author of the article above wrote a follow-up article, listing at least 700 additional artists named in internal UMG documents as possibly affected. Determining which recordings had been destroyed, or how much of an artist's discography had been affected, was impossible https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/25/magazine/universal-music-fire-bands-list-umg.html Within two weeks of Rosen's articlee, five plaintiffs (singer-songwriter Steve Earle, the estates of the late Tupac Shakur and Tom Petty, and the bands Hole and Soundgarden) filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court against UMG. In their complaint, the plaintiffs claimed UMG never told artists about the effects of the fire and had breached their contracts by failing to properly secure its master tape collection. They further alleged that UMG did not share insurance or legal payouts received as a result of the fire. Every plaintiff except for Tom Petty's ex-wife dropped out of the complaint after UMG provided artists with a list of their recordings in the company's archives. https://www.billboard.com/articles/business/legal-and-management/8527784/universal-music-fire-original-masters-class-action-not-lost but perhaps this deserves it's own topic
  10. Emily and possibly Johann (Madonna's webmaster who posted on IG a few times that he's a kylie fan) have moved to Kylie's camp for a bit to give her 4K videos
  11. I just double checked, not a single Rebel Heart or Madame X show was scheduled on a Friday. This article from the Times of Israel from June 2012 mentions her not performing on Fridays as part of her devotion to Kabbalah. https://www.timesofisrael.com/politics-and-peace-rival-pop-at-madonna-show/amp/ When she was deep into Kabbalah she took a pretty orthodox approach to the practice.
  12. when thinking back to guy's inital statement after her hospitalization. he said ALL commitments were put on pause, including the tour. Obviously she was mainly focusing on the tour at the time but she could have been working on the reissues as well? maybe she wasn't working on the reissues personally but you get what I mean, she still has to oversee it and give the final sign off for things
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