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Tag Archives: Music
Another celebrity sighting at Disney’s HollywoodStudios. Singer and U.K. radio presenter Emma Bunton, aka “Baby Spice” from the all-girl pop group The Spice Girls, visited on Sept. 25, 2012 and posted Goofy. The Spice Girls recently reunited to perform at … Continue reading
Part of the fun of having representations of countries from the around the world in Orlando’s backyard, is that you get to experience some of their national holidays. Few are more festive, or more tasty, than Octoberfest. The Munich Oktoberfest, … Continue reading
We are getting more details today on the soundtrack for Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Wreck-it Ralph. Also, as of today, it’s available for pre-order from Amazon.com. From the trailers we’ve seen so far, the movie is going to tap into … Continue reading
Sometimes those who live out west don’t realize how good they have it. Take this concert where, for the first time ever, Pixar will present a compilation of the music and imagery from Pixar’s thirteen feature films, performed by a … Continue reading