Saturday, October 2, 2010
A bonus DVD came with the Bliss album there are 5 clips on the DVD they are Strawberry Kisses, Depend On Me, Best Days, Something More Beautiful and 24 /7 (Crazy 'bout Your Smile) I've ripped the titles and included them for download.
Nikki Webster was born in Sydney, New South Wales on 30 April 1987. Her first appearance on stage was at the age of four and she appeared in her first commercial at the age of six. In 1994, she was a member of the cast of Aladdin and made a guest appearance on Home and Away. In 1995, she was in the ensemble cast of an Australian production of Cinderella and made a guest appearance on ABC TV's G. P..
Nikki went to MLC School in Burwood until Year 10, before enrolling in The McDonald College of the Performing Arts in North Strathfield, New South Wales. There, she attended drama, ballet, musical theatre, and singing tuition, as well as obtaining her Higher School Certificate in Business Studies, Music, Dance, Drama, Unit 2 English and General Mathematics, achieving a university admissions index of 56.35. Although she was rather disappointed with her mark (she was aiming for an 80), she knew she gave her Higher School Certificate her best shot and "a run for its money" whilst it lasted.
Webster won her first billed stage appearance as Young Cosette in Les Misérables in 1997-98. There she worked with Dave Willetts and Rachael Beck. She also guest-hosted Midday in 1998 with Kerri-Anne Kennerley. In 1999, Nikki Webster won the role of Brigitta von Trapp in The Sound of Music with Lisa McCune and continued to perform in the role into 2000. In 2000 she became a household name in Australia following her performance as "Hero Girl" at the opening ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Her song "We'll Be One" was released as a single in Australia in 2000 and went gold.
This is Nikki Webster's second album released in 2002. Bliss went gold with the first single "Something More Beautiful" also going gold and second single "24/7 (Crazy 'bout Your Smile)" reaching the top 20.
Sunday, September 26, 2010
High Rollin' Man/Mockingbird /So Tough/Right Now!/Move Baby Move/Come On And Take My Hand/She's My Baby/Shout/The Sun's Gonna Shine Tomorrow/One Of Those Nights/Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow/I'm Counting On You/Shake Baby Shake/Ooh Poo Pah Doo/Six O'Clock Rock/Sing! (And Tell The Blues So Long)/Wild One/She Wears My Ring/Rock 'N' Roll Boogie/Good Luck Charm/Don't Be Cruel/I Thank You
John Michael O'Keefe, known as Johnny O'Keefe (19 January 1935 – 6 October 1978) was an Australian rock and roll singer whose career began in the 1950s. Some of his hits include "Wild One" (1958), "Shout!" and "She's My Baby". In his twenty-year career, O'Keefe released over 50 singles, 50 EP's and 100 albums.
Often referred to by his initials, "J.O.K." or by his nickname, "The Wild One", O'Keefe was the first Australian rock'n'roll performer to tour the United States, and the first Australian artist to make the local Top 40 charts, and he remains Australia's most successful chart performer, with twenty-nine Top 40 hits to his credit in Australia between 1959 and 1974.