Re-Invention World Tour
Is Madonna nog relevant? Die vraag wordt hardop gesteld op de dag dat de Quen of Pop voor het eerst
Her relevance may be fading now, but it is still hard to imagine pop (the music and the culture) without
WITH ticket prices that run more than $300 a piece for the best seats, Madonna has put her fans in
Captivating, absurd, always entertaining,Madonna mixes it up in San Jose show. And is that an anti-war message we hear? Tribal love dance ends show
Madonna’s concert Sunday at San Jose’s HP Pavilion landed on the 60th anniversary of D-Day. The military tie-in seemed especially
More than a decade has passed since Madonna’s admission in the 1991 documentary Truth or Dare that she knows she’s
If there ever was a concert in recent memory that came close to being worth $300 for a top-tier face-value
Madonna may not possess Mariah’s voice, Beyonce’s curves or Britney’s teen appeal, but all three younger divas could have learned a few tricks from the 45-year-old mother of two Saturday night.
Perhaps Madonna’s career has caught up to her, threatening to eclipse the Queen of Pop. Or perhaps it’s the other way around, and Madonna has finally eclipsed her career. Depending on the perspective, both could be true, as evidenced last weekend at two capacity shows at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Back in 1989, Madonna and the rest of us didn’t have a lot of war to worry about, unless you count U.S. efforts to depose Panama’s Manuel Noriega. But we didn’t let it bother us too much. But times have changed.