Gwen Stefani, Novikov, Mayfair. Gwen, No Doubt's, Push and Shove Tuesday 25th September 2012 Gwen Stefani dressed in a short top and black tights at Novikov restaurant in Mayfair. Gwen is currently promoting No Doubt's 'Push and Shove' album, their first new album in 11 years.
Actress Eliza Dushku has appealed to her fans in a last-minute bid to reach her $60,000 (£37,500) target to fund a new movie, after several pledges fell through.
The Bring It On star has recorded hours of footage in Albania, her grandparents' homeland, for a new documentary, but she revealed last month (Jun12) she is struggling to find enough money to complete the project.
She asked fans for financial support, and even offered up a variety of rewards in return for donations - but with just days to go until her deadline, Dushku admits it is looking unlikely she will reach her target without more pledges.
In a series of posts on her Twitter.com page, she writes, "Real backers who wanna jump in & Do This. Time's a runnin' out & we got a production here.
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PUSH is one of the most well-known bands in the UK in the funk, soul and rare groove scene, having played and pioneered styles of funk back in the Acid Jazz days, all the way through to today, where they are always on call as a backing band that catalogues a host of the gigs, playing with the some of the best artists in their genre. It was a real pleasure to witness the band on tour, promoting their new album 'Band On A Mission' in one of Leeds' coolest live venues 'The Wardrobe' to a totally captivated audience. Craig Charles and his 'Funk & Soul Show' was bringing it all together, for an entertaining display of skilfully crafted musicians doing what they do best!
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UK band Push is back with a new album, 'Band On A Mission' on Push Records. Indeed PUSH have been playing funk, rare groove and soul-jazz for a long time, from the 'Talking Loud' days as regulars at the Dingwalls, during those legendary days in London. Wow! Indeed 'Band On A Mission' is testament to a continuation of love of funk music that continues on in the heartbeat of the UK.
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