Agents & Vesa Haaja
Children of Bodom
Esa Pulliainen C-Combo
Ricky-Tick Big Band & Julkinen Sana
Scandinavian Music Group
Timo Rautiainen & Trio Niskalaukaus
Tommy Lindgren Metropolis
Tuomari Nurmio & Hoedown
Whitney Houston - Kuulumiset
In honor of tonight’s MTV Movie Awards, here are photos from Whitney’s stunning performance of “Why Does It Hurt So Bad” from the show in 1996, filmed in Burbank, CA. (See performance via link in bio)
Exclusive New Whitney T-shirt just in time for Summer! Now Available in sizes small through 4XL. Shop now — link in bio!
More good news for "I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston" as it continues to move up the charts (both R&B and Billboard 200) for the week of June 15.
June 11, 1988 (31 years ago today), Whitney paid tribute to Nelson Mandela at his 70th Birthday Celebration at the Free Nelson Mandela concert at Wembley Stadium in the UK. The show was broadcast to 67 countries to an audience of 600 million people as part of a push to end apartheid in South Africa. Many artists performed including Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton, Dire Straits, Eurythmics, George Michael, Peter Gabriel and more. Whitney performed 8 songs including gospel song "He/I Believe" with her mother Cissy Houston. Six years later, Whitney would be the first major artist to perform in South Africa post-Apartheid.
On June 8, 1991: ‘Miracle’ peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 4 on Adult Contemporary Chart. "Miracle" was the third single from Whitney's third studio album, I'm Your Baby Tonight and was written and produced by L.A. Reid and Babyface.
The Whitney exhibit at The GRAMMY Museum at Newark's Prudential Center is coming to an end soon. If you are in the New York area or planning a trip, make sure to catch this wonderful exhibit which will close on June 30. And if you cannot go, consider buying the beautiful coffee table book commemorating the exhibit. See link in bio!
More good news for "I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston" album - moves up on R&B chart and re-enters the Billboard 200 album charts!
Seven years ago today, RCA Records released "Celebrate", a duet by Whitney and Jordin Sparks ( from the soundtrack album Sparkle: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to the 2012 musical drama film Sparkle) as a digital single and the first official single from the soundtrack. It was the last song recorded by Whitney.
Whitney Houston - The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) [audio]
Whitney Houston - I Didn't Know My Own Strength (audio)
Whitney Houston - I'm Your Baby Tonight (Live)