BARNUM MUSEUM

BARNUM MUSEUM

“The noblest art is that of making others happy.” – These words by one of the great enterpreneurs of all times – P.T. Barnum show us the importance of being dedicated to the tricky way of creative innovations and seeing all the wonders of the world that surround us. From Social Media

TRANSFORMERS: MOVIE AND THEME SONG

TRANSFORMERS: MOVIE AND THEME SONG

The movie Transformers of 2007 is the beginning of the sequel si-fi movie series based on iconic toy line with the same name. Now there are 6 films about Transformers but who knows what other new stories about enormously strong, brave and so humanistic aliens.

AVATAR  MOVIE TRAILER AND THEME SONG

AVATAR MOVIE TRAILER AND THEME SONG

AVATAR movie takes us to an unforgettable world beyond imagination, in which a reluctant main cheracter dives into an epic adventure, bravely fighting to save the new alien world he has decided to call his own home. James Cameron, the world famous Oscar-winning director, was thinking over the film for almost 15 years to start the realisation of his vision. […]

I NEED A DOCTOR by DR. DRE

I NEED A DOCTOR by DR. DRE

The song “I Need a Doctor” was created by American artists Dr. Dre, Eminem, Skylar Grey, and  Alex da Kid. It was released in 2011 and was nominated for the Grammy.

IF YOU WERE A SAILBOAT by KATIE MELUA

IF YOU WERE A SAILBOAT by KATIE MELUA

The song performed by the Georgian-British singer Katie Melua was written and produced by Mike Batt back in 2007. It was rather successful in charts of different countries. The true devotion and love that are depicted in the song make us believe in eternal values of life.

WAKE ME UP WHEN SEPTEMBER ENDS by GREEN DAY

WAKE ME UP WHEN SEPTEMBER ENDS by GREEN DAY

Green Day lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong wrote this song about his father, who died of cancer on September 1, 1982. At his father’s funeral, Billie cried, ran home and locked himself in his room. When his mother got home and knocked on the door to Billie’s room, Billie simply said, “Wake me up when September ends,” hence the title.

SONGS IN MOVIES: EMINEM “LOSE YOURSELF”

SONGS IN MOVIES: EMINEM “LOSE YOURSELF”

The track Lose Yourself became the first hip-hop song to win Best Original Song at the Academy Awards (Oscar) in 2002, though the rapper himself wasn’t there to accept the prize. Lose Yourself went on to be nominated for five Grammys, winning two. The tune was created specifically for the movie 8 Mile which was based on the musician’s life.

GOODBYE by GLENN MORRISON

GOODBYE by GLENN MORRISON

Glenn Morrison’s hit single ‘Goodbye’ is a famous composition with numerous awards: it has been Certified Double Platinum and went Number 1 for 11 weeks in a row on the Canadian Artists Billboard Chart, as well as going Number 1 in Russia, Ukraine and the Belarus Billboard Charts.

GO DOWN MOSES by LOUIS ARMSTRONG

GO DOWN MOSES by LOUIS ARMSTRONG

A world famous classic, “Go Down Moses” is definitely familiar to lots of people in differents parts of the world. The most popular version of this song was performed by Louis Armstrong.