A 1997 documentary on legendary movie icon, Jane Russell. A protege of billionaire, Howard Hughes, Jane Russell became a one of the most popular pinups.
Comedian Neil Delamare weds partner Jane Russell
RTE star Neil Delamare is officially off the market, after marrying long-time girlfriend Jane Russell. The much loved comedian said "I do" in Tipperary and have already jetted off on their honeymoon. The happy couple married in front of "close friends
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Miss Jane Russell Sings
We’ve recently said bye to January and hello to February, one step closer to Spring. Many bands and artists tend to lock themselves away writing and recording at this time of year, ready for a busy sprint, summer and early autumn of touring and festivals. The gigs that remain leave you with that fashion dilemma of coat and sweaty gig or freeze to death but no awkward coat or cloakroom wait. Whatever you decide, Getintothis Jukebox is here to provide you with a handy playlist – for the time spent deciding coat or no coat, for the trip to the gig or for the snuggle on the couch when you’ve been boring and gave it a miss. Go to the gig though…. We kick off this edition with one of the most exciting new artists to emerge in the last year or so, Alexandra Savior. Her debut album Belladonna of Sadness is getting closer and she’s just shared another bewitching cut, Mirage. Disclaimer: You’ll fall in love with her in seconds. Lucia Fontaine has marked her rebrand as LUCIA with wonderful new track Saturday Is Dead featuring the enigmatic Roxy Agogo. Throughout Agogo’s influence is clear, from his distinctive guitar lines to the driving fuse underneath. LUCIA’s dynamic lead vocals merge beautifully with Agogo’s and the effortlessly groovy tone to make an absolute banger. Marika Hackman’s 2015 debut We Slept At Last was an utterly brilliant collection of grunge-folk. Now she’s back with first release on new label AMF Records , Boyfriend. It’s basically a confident, bold fuck you to small minded tossers and seedy men who spend their time objectifying gay women. Leeds outfit The Strawberries just get better and better. They’ve only released a handful of tunes but each one stands up strong, bettering the last. New number Fantasy Machine boasts their best chorus kick yet, groove-bodied and full of riffy fuzz surrounding the dynamic vocal attitude of Sam Neil. Certainly one of the hottest bands in the country. Purveyors of insanely catchy, thrashing alt-rock by norm, however new single Black Magic takes on a slightly lighter tone whilst continuing assured upwards momentum towards their debut album. Tenth Day of May – the frenetic Americana-rock fuelled first offering from Birmingham band The Americas , is a gritty offering to get your teeth stuck into. Infectious vocal rhythm and slick guitar licks often work wonders, they have here, slick, assured and as ‘music to ride motorcycles to’ it hits the spot. Now for a quick-fire bite of mind-warping brilliance from Amsterdam’s St. Tropez with blink and you’ll miss it dose of reverb-drenced garage-rock throb Democracy. New Atlas the project of Owen O’Hagan has a new single out, Morphine. An infectious dose of beautiful pop goodness that’s already had the approval of Radio 1 DJ Phil Taggart ( a man who’s guested on this column ) , receiving airplay on several occasions and it’s easy to see why. It’s also easy to see why the track is labelled for fans of Two Door Cinema Club , carried by its beat and purely uplifting to anyone who sets ears upon it, Morphine is bloody brilliant, don’t worry about overdosing on this baby. Polar States have a new EP out March 10 titled Electric. Taken from that EP is delicious, euphoric guitar-pop anthem Gold. Boasting a chorus fit for big stages and a tone fit for the radio, it’s a jaunty earworm full of pop hooks, flickering riffs and big stage swagger that will inevitably lead to high places. Liverpool alt-pop band NYTCLB’s new single Drive continues their upward curve of powerful anthemic hits. Big synths and sing-a-long choruses is their bread and butter and this one’s no different. Duo HALEM are one of Liverpool’s brightest sparks, excelling with their pulsy, atmospheric electro-pop. New slice Ghost teams sharp synths with majestic vocals in effortless fashion to create a track you’ll be again and again without a second thought, wondrous. Wes Hughes , frontman of Liverpool outfit Filter Distortion has used a break from the band to pursue a solo project, stripping the sound right back to his roots, picking back up his acoustic guitar. Featured here is Automatic taken.
Jane Russell - Wikipedia
Ernestine Jane Geraldine Russell (June 21, 1921 – February 28, 2011) was an American film actress and one of Hollywood's leading sex symbols in the 1940s and 1950s.
Jane Russell - IMDb
Jane Russell, Actress: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Ernestine Jane Geraldine Russell was born on June 21, 1921 in Bemidji, Minnesota. Her father was a United States Army ...
Jane Russell - Biography - IMDb
Ernestine Jane Geraldine Russell was born on June 21, 1921 in Bemidji, Minnesota. Her father was a United States Army lieutenant and her mother had ...
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