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Posted by: Twins 30.08.2015



Starting on 27.08.2015, international stars of show jumping from over 20 nations are meeting up at the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER. Here guests of the Gaston and Kathrin Glock family get to enjoy outstanding equestrian sport, international stars and top-class show acts in that unique GLOCK-style atmosphere.
The first day of the tournament saw a total of four show jumping tests. In the evening the winners were congratulated at the opening gala in the exclusive Riders Lounge by none other than pop icon Cher, who went on to delight all present with hits including 'I Got You Babe' and 'Believe'. Excitement is already mounting in anticipation of the second day of the tournament...divas



Posted by: Twins 08.08.2015



There’s divas, and then there’s Cher.
Her iconic Billboard chart career started 50 years ago, when the then-19-year-old's single “All I Really Want to Do” arrived on the Billboard Hot 100 dated July 3, 1965. A little over a month later, as one half of Sonny & Cher, she was at the top of the chart with “I Got You Babe.” Ever since, it’s been a blur of smash singles, blockbuster films, hit TV shows and, of course, those fabulous Bob Mackie-designed gowns.
In total, she’s earned 33 solo hit singles on the Billboard Hot 100, including four No. 1s. Further, she’s tallied 29 albums on the Billboard 200 chart. The entertainer's most recent album, 2013’s Closer to the Truth, marked her highest-charting solo effort ever, when it debuted and peaked at No. 3. Incredibly, she’s also earned a No. 1 single on a Billboard chart in each of the last six decades.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Cher’s debut on Billboard’s charts, we spoke to the woman herself. In our lengthy chat, we talked about her frustration of doing “poppy” songs in the early 1970s, how David Geffen "wasn't that interested" in her musical comeback in the 1980s (on his own label!), and how an act of “desperation” led to the famed vocoder sound of "Believe."
Cher also talks about her “hope” of heading back on tour, and her tentative plans of recording new music.
Billboard: It's the 50th anniversary of your debut on Billboard's charts. I don't know if you can believe that, but it is indeed true.
Cher: Did I debut before Sonny & Cher?
Billboard: You did, actually. [Cher's solo single] "All I Really Want To Do" [a cover of a Bob Dylan song] debuted before Sonny & Cher.
Cher: Yes, we were in a huge fight with Terry Melcher.

Click here to read whole Billboard interview with Cher


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