**Press Release**Free Saturday Concert: SLING TV to Stream Grand Ole Opry featuring Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Jenny Gill and Corrina Grant Gill

– Stay in & SLING: SLING TV offers Grand Ole Opry Saturday night concert March 28 at 8 p.m. ET for free

– Music legends Vince Gill and Amy Grant to perform with daughters in intimate live performance hosted by Bobby Bones

– Available at sling.com on popular web browsers and on Roku, Android and Amazon devices

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Mar 28, 2020, 11:00 ET

ENGLEWOOD, Colo., March 28, 2020 — As part of the “Stay in & SLING” initiative, SLING TV will stream Grand Ole Opry’s 4,917th consecutive Saturday night concert with music legends Vince Gill and Amy Grant. The event is part of the SLING TV free experience, with no paid SLING TV account required. The duo will take the stage with their daughters Jenny Gill and Corrina Grant Gill for an intimate live performance hosted by popular TV and radio personality Bobby Bones, beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

Free Saturday Concert: SLING TV to Stream Grand Ole Opry featuring Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Jenny Gill and Corrina Grant Gill
Free Saturday Concert: SLING TV to Stream Grand Ole Opry featuring Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Jenny Gill and Corrina Grant Gill

“The Grand Ole Opry has blessed us with best in country music every week for nearly a century,” said Warren Schlichting, group president, SLING TV. “We are proud to present this legendary stage to the nation as part of our  free experience. Customer or not, everyone’s welcome to join.”

“I can’t count the number of times I have walked through our house on the way to the coffee pot, hearing Vince or one of the kids working on a song and wishing the whole world was surrounded by music the way I have been,” said Amy Grant. “Music is healing and soul-filling and connects us to each other. I’m honored and thrilled that our family has been asked to take the Opry stage on Saturday night.”

Before the live concert, country music fans can catch an encore tribute to Kenny Rogers performed by Brad Paisley, Vince Gill and Marty Stuart, at 7 p.m. ET.

How to Access the SLING TV Free Experience

  • The SLING TV free experience is available through a simple app download on a Roku, Amazon or Android device. Once downloaded, click “Browse as Guest” or “Try SLING Free” to begin watching. The SLING TV free experience is also accessible online by visiting watch.sling.com on a Chrome, Safari or Edge browser. The SLING TV free experience is currently not available on iOS devices.
  • Current SLING TV subscribers can access free content from SLING TV within the user interface on any SLING TV-supported device, without changing their subscription. Former SLING TV subscribers may need to click on “Rent Movies” and navigate to My TV to access the SLING TV free experience.

SLING TV unlocks its Sling Blue as public service
Earlier this week in an effort to motivate Americans to stay home, and stay informed during the COVID-19 crisis, SLING TV unlocked SLING Blue and has made the service free for 14 days to those new to SLING TV.

SLING TV’s Blue service offers more than 45 live channels, free cloud DVR, over 50,000 on-demand titles, and allows simultaneous viewing on three screens. SLING Blue offers a variety of today’s most popular news channels including: CNN, FOX News, HLN, MSNBC, Bloomberg TV, Cheddar News, Newsy and Local Now.

“Stay in & SLING” Initiative
Last week, SLING TV launched its “Stay in & SLING” initiative to help keep Americans safe, informed and entertained while practicing social distancing at home during the pandemic. This initiative, in part, provides Americans with cost-free access to news, plus thousands of shows and movies for the whole family, with no paid SLING TV account required.

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Report: Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Leave Canada And Move To LA | The Daily Caller

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly left their home on Vancouver Island in Canada and moved to Los Angeles.

Reports about the soon-to-be former royals fleeing Canada for the United States before the northern borders close due to the coronavirus started surfacing on Thursday. By Friday, People magazine said a source confirmed to them that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have indeed moved to southern California. (RELATED: Report: Meghan Markle And Kate Middleton’s Alleged Feud Really Between Prince Harry And Prince William)

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The source told the magazine that the royals have been living in a secluded compound and reportedly haven’t ventured out during the pandemic. (RELATED: Report: Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Plan To Have At Least One More Child)

The former “Suits” actress and her husband had reportedly been making plans to spend some time in LA, a source previously shared with the magazine.

“Harry is looking straight ahead at his future with his family,” another source shared. “They will be spending time in California…He’s not looking back.”

It all comes after the duke and duchess announced back in January their plans to step away from their senior royal duties and live “financially independent.”

In February, a friend shared with the outlet that now the life of the royals consists of things like hikes in the woods near their $14 million Vancouver Island mansion off the Pacific Coast where they wer raising their nine-month-old son, Archie.

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“They both love to be outside and have been loving it there,” explained a friend, adding that the couple is enjoying doing simple things like yoga and walks with their family dogs.

“They are enjoying living a quiet life,” an insider shared with the outlet. “They go for long walks, they do yoga, and Meghan cooks. They are real homebodies who love to chill out with Archie and the dogs.”

It all comes after Queen Elizabeth II issued a statement in January releasing Harry and Meghan of their duties, stating that they are “no longer working members of the Royal Family.” The end of their senior roles becomes official March 31.

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Khloe Kardashian Hints That She’s In Quarantine With Her Baby Daddy Tristan Thompson – The Shade Room

The Kardashian sisters had a lot going on last night, as the premiere of their 18th season of ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ aired. And chileeeee was it SPICY! Y’all have been seeing little clips here and there of a physical altercation between Kourtney and Kimmy Cakes, but the real tea is miss Khloe Kardashian!

And while Kourt and Kimmy Cakes were throwing hands, Tristan was making his way back into the family, and apparently, he hasn’t left. During the episode, Tristan sat down with Kim and some of her friends, including Winnie Harlow, and they shared a few laughs.

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And apparently, Khloe is at home live tweeting the episode, with her quaran-ting, Tristan, right beside her!

I love that tristan is watching this premiere with me and he is now seeing what they say when he’s not around lol AWKWARD!! #KUWTK

— Khloé (@khloekardashian) March 27, 2020

Rumors about the two being quarantined together have been going around for some time now, and now that Khloe has confirmed it, folks may jump to even more conclusions! Some people have already started asking Khloe questions about reconciling with Jordyn since she did so with her baby daddy.

Is Jordyn back in the family too .. I mean if you can forgive him and welcome him back with open arms then I’m sure she’s welcomed back as well. How adorably toxic this all is. You’re raising True to think it’s ok to let a man cheat on her and take him back cuz mommy allowed it.

— ????? ? (@HeavenUnaware) March 27, 2020

What are your thoughts, Roomies? Let us know in the comments!

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‘Killing Eve’ Season Three Is Dropping Early, Watch the Trailer Now – Rolling Stone

The next James Bond movie may not be out until November, but those looking for an injection of murder, mystery and mayhem can find solace in Season Three of Killing Eve, which is set to arrive two weeks early. All eight episodes will premiere Sunday, April 12 at 9 p.m. EST on BBC AMERICA and AMC.

“We know how adored this series is and we know how keen people are for great content right now,” Sarah Barnett, president of AMC Networks Entertainment Group and AMC Studios said in a release. “This season of Killing Eve digs deep psychologically, and with actors like Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer and Fiona Shaw the results are nothing short of astonishing. We literally couldn’t wait for fans to see it.”

When last we left assassin Villanelle (Comer) and ex-MI6 operative Eve (Oh), the former had shot the latter and left her for dead after a brief love affair and a complicated job involving a famous tech bigwig. The new trailer finds the assassin enjoying her singledom, curiously dressing as a clown at a child’s birthday party and flouncing around in her characteristically fabulous outfits. Soon, however, she discovers what we suspected all along: Eve is alive. Cue Villanelle’s inextinguishable fury — and passion.

“All seems fine until a shocking and personal death sets them on a collision course yet again,” the release teases. “The journey back to each other will cost both of them friends, family and allegiances…and perhaps a share of their souls.”

Suzanne Heathcote (Fear the Walking Dead) is the lead writer for Season Three of Killing Eve. Phoebe Waller-Bridge of Fleabag fame previously wrote for the show and serves as executive producer. The show is based on the Codename Villanelle novellas by Luke Jennings.

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Netflix’s Dragon’s Lair Movie Wants Ryan Reynolds as Dirk the Daring

Netflix is trying to stay in the Ryan Reynolds business, while also looking to get in on the high-profile video game adaptation trend at the same time. The streaming service is currently working on a movie based on the 1980s classic arcade game Dragon Slayer. Reynolds is being eyed not only to star in the movie, but also produce as well.

According to a new report, Ryan Reynolds, star of Deadpool and The Hitman’s Bodyguard, is currently in talks for the project. Should the deal close, Reynolds will star in Dragon’s Lair, as well as produce via his Maximum Effort production company. Roy Lee is also on board as a producer through his company Vertigo Entertainment, as is Trevor Engelson for Underground Films. Don Bluth, Gary Goldman and Jon Pomeroy are also attached as producers. Dan and Kevin Hageman (Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, The LEGO Movie) are set to pen the screenplay. There is no word yet on who might end up in the director’s chair.

It’s said that Netflix spent a year trying to lock down the rights to the game. Dragon’s Lair was created by Rick Dyer and Don Bluth. Released in 1983, it was revolutionary at the time. The arcade game used Laserdisc technology, which made for groundbreaking graphics that were far ahead of their time. The video game has earned its place in pop culture history and has been referenced in several popular shows including Family Guy and Stranger Things. Simply speaking, the game centers on a knight, Dirk the Daring, who is tasked with rescuing Princess Daphne from the evil dragon Singe and a wizard named Mordroc.

Should the project move forward as planned, it would mark the third major collaboration between Ryan Reynolds and Netflix. The streaming service previously worked with the 43-year-old star on 6 Underground, last year’s big-budget Michael Bay action flick, as well as Red Notice, an original thriller from director Rawson Thurber that will also star Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot. This also comes at a time when it seems Hollywood has started to crack the code on video game adaptations after years of trial and error. Sonic the Hedgehog recently did well both critically and commercially, as did 2019’s Detective Pikachu. Coincidentally, the Pokemon flick featured Reynolds as the voice of Pikachu.

This will also mark the second collaboration between Dan and Kevin Hageman and Ryan Reynolds. The Hagemans penned the screenplay for The Croods 2, which is currently set to arrive in theaters in December. Reynolds also has the 20th Century Studios action/comedy Free Guy on deck. At present, it’s set to arrive in July, but given the uncertainty floating around Hollywood right now, that date could shift. Reynolds has also completed The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, a sequel to the 2017 comedy co-starring Samuel L. Jackson and Salma Hayek, which is slated for August. This news comes to us via The Hollywood Reporter.

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Build-A-Bear’s New ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ Collection Combines Creepy With Cute

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Build-A-Bear has continued to be the perfect gift for adults and children of all ages, as it has an enormous collection of cuddly creations ranging from anime, video games, and even horror, but are any more hauntingly beautiful than these (not-so) new additions?

Announced before Halloween last year, a range of bears featuring two of The Nightmare Before Christmas’s most iconic personalities, Jack Skellington and Sally, were available to purchase for you soft-hearted horror fanatics.

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The bear displays Jack Skellington’s signature stitched-on grin and round black eyes. Both bears come complete with outfits and song clips and will cost you around $55 if you wish to buy the Jack bear.

If you are interested in collecting your very own lovable The Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington or Sally, you can do so HERE!

The hit Disney Halloween/Christmas movie was first released to American audiences back in 1993 and follows Jack Skellington as he attempts to bring Christmas back home, causing controversy among the residents of Halloween Town.

Chris Sarandon (as Jack Skellington), Catherine O’Hara (as Sally), William Hickey (as the Evil Scientist), Glenn Shadix (as the Mayor), Paul Reubens (as Lock), Ken Page (as Oogie Boogie), Edward Ivory (as Santa), Susan McBride (as the Big Witch), and more all featured in the animated horror classic.

Henry Selick, the Oscar nominee, has earned an Annie Award for his work on The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Aside from awards, The Nightmare Before Christmas has been nominated for Cahiers du Cinéma’s Top 10 Film Award, a Saturn Award in the Best Director category, and a Hugo Award in the Best Dramatic Presentation category.

If you are a big ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ fan, you HAVE to check out this adorable but creepy Zero the dog lamp which looks incredible when lit up. You can find it HERE!

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Rammstein’s Till Lindemann admitted to hospital, tests negative for coronavirus | Louder

Rammstein have issued a statement to say that frontman Till Lindemann does not have coronavirus. 

The move comes after widely-shared reports in German newspaper Bild claimed that the singer had tested positive for the virus. Rammstein do confirm, however, that Lindemann was admitted to hospital yesterday.

In a short statement on Facebook, the band say, “Yesterday evening Till Lindemann was admitted to a hospital on the band’s doctor’s advice. He spent the night in intensive care but has been moved as he is feeling better. Till has tested negative for the coronavirus.”

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and restrictions ushered in by the Russian and Tatar authorities, the last three dates of Lindemann‘s Russian tour in Perm, Kazan and Voronez were cancelled last week. The band and promoters have promised to ensure that the shows happen at a later date.

Rammstein’s summer dates in Europe and North America are still scheduled to go ahead. 

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Joe Diffie Tests Positive For COVID-19 – Country Now

Famed country singer Joe Diffie has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Grammy-winning singer shared the news via his publicist on Friday  (March 27) with the following statement:

“I am under the care of medical professionals and currently receiving treatment. My family and I are asking for privacy at this time. We want to remind the public and all my fans to be vigilant, cautious and careful during this pandemic.”

Joe Diffie is a longtime member of the Grand Ole Opry and is best known for songs such as “John Deere Green,” “Pickup Man” and “Third Rock from the Sun.” His songs are often covered by rising country artists and his name is often dropped in songs by some of today’s top stars, including Chris Young in “Raised On Country” and Jason Aldean in “1994.”

Our thoughts and prayers are with Diffie and his family as he battles the virus.

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Bob Dylan: Murder Most Foul review – a dark, dense ballad for the end times | Music | The Guardian

As with pretty much anything Bob Dylan does these days, you can only speculate at his reasons for unexpectedly releasing a 17-minute song, ostensibly about the assassination of John F Kennedy, that gradually turns into a litany of cultural references taking in everything from Shakespeare to Stevie Nicks to silent-movie comedians, from the Moonlight Sonata to Jelly Roll Morton to A Nightmare on Elm Street.

And – as with pretty much anything Bob Dylan has ever done – speculate people have. They’ve suggested it’s a harbinger of his first album of original material since 2012. That it’s an outtake from his last album of original songs, Tempest, that’s noticeably better than anything on Tempest, and Dylan has form in leaving the best song off an album: this is, after all, the man who came to the conclusion that Shot of Love was better without Caribbean Wind on it, and Infidels somehow improved by removing Blind Willie McTell.

People have mooted that it’s a standalone release, appearing now because Dylan understandably thinks it’s timely, March 2020 being a pretty apropos moment to release an epic song filled with death and horror and apocalyptic dread (“The age of the antichrist has just begun … it’s 36 hours past judgment day”), or perhaps to give his diehard fans further incentive to stay indoors. You rather get the feeling some of them will still be self-isolating months after the coronavirus all-clear has sounded, delicately unpicking its manifold knotty allusions – the line about playing it for Carl Wilson down Gower Avenue requires the listener to know that the late Beach Boy sang backing vocals on Desperados Under the Eaves, the concluding track from Warren Zevon’s eponymous 1976 album, which ended with the line “look away down Gower Avenue” – and arguing on message boards as to whether the Susie mentioned midway through is just a reference to the Everly Brothers, or to Suze Rotolo, the girlfriend with whom Dylan watched the aftermath of Kennedy assassination unfolding, holed up in their New York apartment.

For a song that lasts 17 minutes, there isn’t a great deal to Murder Most Foul musically. The arrangement hovers atmospherically in the distance, a haze of tumbling piano, lightly struck drums and violin, its softness at odds with the tone of the lyrics. One comparison currently being bandied about is to Don McLean’s American Pie, itself a kind of bubblegum populist take on Dylan’s oblique referential songs of the 60s, but American Pie had a catchy tune and a singalong chorus. Here, there’s nothing that even vaguely resembles a standard structure and Dylan swiftly abandons any pretence of there being a vocal melody: it’s essentially a recitation set to music.

The point is clearly the lyrics, which are dense and intriguing enough to hold your interest, and give the listener plenty to digest. Quite aside from all the cultural references, there’s a narrator that keeps switching from Kennedy himself to Dylan, who in turn seems to keep switching from firebrand mode to the grimly resigned old grouch of Things Have Changed and It’s All Good (“I hate to tell you Mister but only dead men are free”) and a plethora of details about the assassination itself: “Don’t say Dallas don’t love you, Mr President” is a mangling of the last words spoken to Kennedy by Nellie Connally, the first lady of Texas.

The JFK assassination looms large in Dylan’s history, despite his assurance that “I didn’t feel it more than anybody else … the whole thing about my reaction to the assassination is overplayed”. Certainly, it bothered him enough to give a rambling speech at an awards ceremony shortly afterwards saying he “saw something of himself” in Lee Harvey Oswald. (He was roundly booed.) He also subsequently visited the assassination site and indeed wrote about it, albeit in a sheaf of unpublished typescripts that were auctioned in the 90s. And it’s clearly been bothering him more recently: a 2012 exhibition of his paintings featured one of Oswald and one of Oswald’s killer, Jack Ruby.

Is the litany of music, film and literature that consumes the song’s second half intended to suggest its author thinks art is a meaningless distraction at moments of tragedy, or vitally important? The condescending tone of “Hush little children, you’ll understand / the Beatles are coming, they want to hold your hand” implies the former, although the very timing of Murder Most Foul’s release suggests it’s the latter. It also suggests an artist nearing 80, but continually moving forward – musically, it’s unlike anything Dylan has done before – and as wilfully contrary as ever.

“If I was more sensitive about it than anyone else, I would have written a song about it, wouldn’t I?” he protested in 1971 when asked about the Kennedy assassination. Now he has.

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