Oh my, this woman is perfection!
Once again, this is Brynna Ashley aka Creepy B
I’m really tempted to post pictures from this shoot that haven’t been posted ever.
That skirt is precious <3
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On this day in music history: May 19, 1992 - “Revenge”, the 16th studio album by KISS is released. Producer by Bob Ezrin, it is recorded at Rumbo Recorders in Canoga Park, CA, Track Records in North Hollywood, CA, Cornerstone Recorders in Chatsworth, CA, The Enterprise Studios in Burbank, CA, Acme Recording Studios in New York City, Ocean Way Recording and A&M Studios in Hollywood, CA from February 1991 - March 1992. Reuniting with veteran producer Bob Ezrin for the first time in ten years (since “Music From The Elder”), the first track KISS will record with him is a cover of Argent’s “God Gave Rock & Roll To You” for the soundtrack of the film “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey”. The album also introduces new drummer Eric Singer to the band, replacing Eric Carr who will pass away in November of 1991. It will spin off five rock radio hits including “Unholy” and “Domino”, becoming the bands’ first US top 10 album since “Dynasty” thirteen years before. “Revenge” will peak at #6 on the Billboard Top 200 and be certified Gold by the RIAA.
On this day in music history: May 19, 1990 - “Vogue” by Madonna hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks. Written and produced by Madonna and Shep Pettibone, it is the eighth chart topping single for the pop music superstar born Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone. Collaborating with club DJ, remixer, and producer Shep Pettibone, Madonna will decide to come up with a non-album B-side for the release of the “Like A Prayer” albums’ fifth single “Keep It Together”. The singer will be inspired by dancers she sees at the New York City club The Sound Factory doing a stylized dance called “voguing”. Originating in New York’s black and latino underground gay clubs and drag balls as early as the 1960’s, the dance will take its name from the fashion magazine “Vogue”, with the dance being a series of “angular, rigid hand, arm, leg and body movements” designed to look like the person is posing like a model while they are moving. When Madonna lets Warner Bros. know of her original intent to the use the song as a B-side, their great enthusiasm for the track will persuade her to release it an A-side instead. “Vogue” will also be added to the album “I’m Breathless” which includes songs from the film “Dick Tracy” in which she plays the character Breathless Mahoney. The song will further be bolstered by a memorable and striking black and white video directed by David Fincher (“Fight Club”, “Se7en”), featuring several of the dancers Madonna originally sees performing the dance. Entering the Hot 100 at #39 on April 14, 1990, it will shoot to the top of the chart five weeks later. “Vogue” will be certified 2x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.
Born on this day: May 19, 1951 - Ramones lead vocalist Joey Ramone (born Jeffry Ross Hyman in Forest Hills, NY). Happy Birthday to this punk rock icon on what would have been his 62nd Birthday.
has anyone ever read the parental guide for labyrinth because
The Bowie Bulge
The Labyrinth: Staring Jennifer Connelly and David Bowies package.