Bill T Jones

December 29, 2010 by  

Bill T Jones, The real ceremonies for bachelor’s Kennedy Center was held earlier in the month but were released in a special two-hour Tuesday, December 28, 2010. Honored this year include country legend Merle Haggard HaggardMerle, talk show queen Oprah, rock legend Sir Paul McCartney McCartneyPaul, composer Jerry Herman HermanJerry, and dance choreographer Bill T. JonesBill T. Jones.

The thirty-third special Kennedy Center opened with Caroline Kennedy KennedyCaroline.

Julia Roberts RobertsJulia introduced the first honoree … Oprah Gail, which is followed by a video presentation on the life of Oprah Winfrey’s childhood. Oprah is the first woman to own her own television and film studio. In this package Oprah says she believes the world is a school and our classroom life. Nineteen Ninety Five Kennedy Center honored Sidney Portier and starts out by saying, “my friend Oprah,” the words he says too little ‘out his tongue. Portier says that Oprah is a social network that should be. He told Oprah humanity, passion, and two chairs next two chairs on stage, it is turned backwards, the other actor John Travolta TravoltaJohn who talked about how Oprah has served him and said that Oprah never asked to give something, it hasn ‘t already. The other chair rotates around to reveal colleagues talk show Barbara Walters WaltersBarbara. In the spirit of John Travolta Oprah show announces a public issue, which is a member of the audience that Chris Rock called Oprah the most powerful person in the world. He then went on play a game called Oprah is so rich … Barbara Walters introduced a special treatment for Oprah – a song from the Broadway musical “The Color Purple” performed by Jennifer Hudson HudsonJennifer who was accompanied by the choir Oprah alma mater of Tennessee State University.

According to 1996 Kennedy Center honored Edward Albee AlbeeEdward presented twice Tony Award-winning choreographer Bill T. Jones. Albee called Jones a man of average size until you see him dance, then it is bigger than other men. In his package of video clips were dancing Jones and his life. Jones can be entered college as a star of the runway, but a dance class taught him to soar. After meeting the couple formed Arnie Zane dance company that held the world dancing on the head. Six years after the formation of society Zane died of AIDS, but Jones continued to break all the rules of dance to create his own. Claire Danes DanesClaire referred to Jones as an inspiration. Dance Company Bill T. Jones Jones, Arnie Zane Dance Company performed.

To introduce the third Kennedy Center Honor and was inducted in 2000 Kennedy Center honored Angela Lansbury recalled that the first show she and Tony award-winning 10 times Jerry Herman worked together – “Mame”. Landsbury concluded his speech with, “it’s so nice to see you if you belong.” After a series of music video of Herman and life, Kelsey Grammar is out to speak to Herman. Responsible for such hit shows as “Hello Dolly”, “La Cage aux Folles” and “Mame,” Herman began writing music in college and made his Broadway debut at age 25. The musical tribute to Jerry Herman with Carol Channing began singing a few lines of his signature song “Hello Dolly” only she changed the name of Dolly with Jerry. The musical tribute continued with songs from musicals Herman performers Matthew Morrison, Chita Rivera, and Angela Landsbury.

After a few words of President Kennedy Center, country music star Vince Gill presented two Grammy Award winning country legend Merle Haggard. Gill said that Haggard has revealed everything you need to know about Haggard through his songs, adding that Haggard is the poet of the common man. After a video clip on Haggard’s life, which included an internship at San Quinton Prison, Miranda Lambert and Chris Kristofferson began musical tribute to Haggard. Other artists with a musical tribute to Haggard were Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, Sheryl Crow, 1998 Kennedy Center honored Willie Nelson, Jamie Johnson, and Kid Rock.

The actor Alec Baldwin has introduced the final winner of the night 13 times Grammy Award and the pop rock legend Sir Paul McCartney. Speaking to Sir Paul, Baldwin said he earned his success the hard way by winning and not having delivered to him as a winner of “America’s Got Talent.” Call him a genius, Baldwin said that Sir Paul married rock beauty. Once the package video on the life of Sir Paul, in which Sir Paul revealed that he took him a trumpet as a gift by his father and exchanged against a guitar, probably began with a musical tribute to the pot rotten. They were followed by a performance of “Maybe I’m Amazed” by Norah Jones and Dave Grohl. Aerosmith singer and “American Idol” judge Steven Tyler before singing a medley of music from Sir Paul said he was very proud to be standing on the corner of Pennsylvania Ave. and Abbey Road. James Taylor started singing “Let it Be” and was joined by Mavis Staples, a choir, and later the entire scene on their feet and sing.

Caroline Kennedy ended the evening talking to the new Kennedy Center honored inducted by saying, “it is time for you to take another bow for us to show our gratitude.”

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