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WISH UPON A STAR

After winning multiple Grammies and being honored by many halls of fame (such as Rock & Roll Hall of Fame), a great musical legend Roy Orbison will finally be honored with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 22 years after his death, Orbison will receive a star at the unveiling ceremony on January 29, to be attended by his wife Barbara and their sons Roy Jr. and Alex. Orbison was one of the pioneers of Rock and Roll which he influenced in countless ways during his career spanning four decades, often departing from the norms of the genre and thus creating a new expression and sound.

About The Hollywood Walk of Fame:
With its lengthy tradition of installation of stone block stars representing the globally famous and important people of motion pictures, television, radio, live theatre and recording (collectively known as “The Industry”), The Hollywood Walk of Fame became one of the most popular tourist spots in the United States and one of the primary associations with Hollywood. The sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street in Hollywood now feature 2393 stars bearing the names of both human celebrities and fictional characters awarded by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce for their contributions to the entertainment industry.

 

 

BROADCAST FILM CRITICS’ AWARDS

On January 15, at the 15th Annual Critics' Choice Awards "Inglourious basterds" were honored in 3 categories:

Best Original Screenplay – Quentin Tarantino
Best Supporting Actor - Christoph Waltz
Best Acting Ensamble

At the closing of the ceremony, Cristopher Waltz was also unofficially pronounced the most deserving winner and his speech the best acceptance speech of the night.

 

A WALTZ AT THE GLOBES

The Austrian actor Christoph Waltz received a Golden Globe in the category of Best Supporting Actor for his mesmerizing portrayal of Col. Hans Landa in Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” at the last night’s ceremony held at the Beverly Hilton. This marks yet another notch in the “Basterds’” belt of this award season with the most and the best yet to come. Stay tuned!

 

 

IT’S THE GRAMMY SEASON!

The Recording Academy has unveiled the nominees for the 52nd annual Grammy Awards to be held at L.A.’s Staples Center on January 31st.
IDM Music is honored and proud to announce that the soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece “Inglourious Basterds” has been nominated for the best soundtrack or, officially, Best Compilation Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media. The soundtrack, compiled from various artists, is defined by contributions from Bixio’s own, maestro Ennio Morricone and Nino Rota.
With a list of hits too long to publish in a newsletter, IDM Music’s catalogues are represented in virtually every major category of this year’s Grammys, making for an exciting build up to the eve of the Awards.

 

 

The 36th annual People’s Choice Awards

The 36th annual People’s Choice Awards that took place on 6th of January, officially kicked off one of the busiest awards seasons in history. This year brought the biggest number of votes ever (60 million) and IDM’s people and projects got awards in 4 categories:

Favorite Female Artist: Taylor Swift
Favorite Music Collaboration: Run This Town (Jay-Z, Rihanna and Kanye West)
Favorite R&B Artist: Mariah Carey
Favorite Independent Movie: Inglourious Basterds

People’s Choice Awards is a unique awards show in that audience itself picks and recognizes people and work that embody and define pop culture. Nominees are determined by a media research company (Visible Measures) that specializes in measuring internet video audience behavior. Once the nominees are released, people get to vote online regardless of country of residence.
Almost each year, award categories vary according to pop culture trends making PCA the ultimate gauge of public opinion on arts and entertainment.

 

 

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Zdenko Runjić (born October 26, 1942 in Slavonski Brod, during the Independent State of Croatia, died October 27, 2004, Split, Croatia) was Croatian songwriter based in Split. In his long career, he established himself as the most prolific and most popular songwriter of the former Yugoslavia, now Croatia. Many of his songs, inspired by the folk traditions of Dalmatia, became classics and Runjić helped the careers of many notable Croatian musicians such as ...More

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