Jay Z and Beyonce not donning wedding rings anymore, reports

Jay Z and Beyonce are allegedly not donning their wedding bands as all their divorce hearsays intensified during the On the Run tour that is apparently their last tour with each other. The Drunk on Love stars allegedly attempted to settle their wedding by conceiving their baby Blue Ivy but it appears that having a kid did not even serve their crumbling wedding, said a source.
A leading website reported that for just a split moment, things got real for them and she was even speaking about adding to the family, but, after a while, Jay Z was out doing Jay and Beyonce was out doing Bey. They made the mistake of thinking about a kid that would alter everything and serve to rekindle the fire, and it actually did not.
As individual performers, Jay Z and Beyonce are a power to be reckon with but together they are unbeatable beyond measure. But with a whole lot of rumors surrounding their high profile marriage, Beyonce and Jay Z are reportedly seeing wedding counselors as they do their On the Run tour with each other as they figure out a way to separate without divorcing.
Since the couple has already received most of the money from the promoters up front, the they are looking for some way to work with each other till they settle the highly anticipated concert, stated a publication.

Jay Z and Beyonce are allegedly not donning their wedding bands as all their divorce hearsays intensified during the On the Run tour that is apparently their last tour with each other. The Drunk on Love stars allegedly attempted to settle their wedding by conceiving their baby Blue Ivy but it appears that having a kid did not even serve their crumbling wedding, said a source.

A leading website reported that for just a split moment, things got real for them and she was even speaking about adding to the family, but, after a while, Jay Z was out doing Jay and Beyonce was out doing Bey. They made the mistake of thinking about a kid that would alter everything and serve to rekindle the fire, and it actually did not.

As individual performers, Jay Z and Beyonce are a power to be reckon with but together they are unbeatable beyond measure. But with a whole lot of rumors surrounding their high profile marriage, Beyonce and Jay Z are reportedly seeing wedding counselors as they do their On the Run tour with each other as they figure out a way to separate without divorcing.

Since the couple has already received most of the money from the promoters up front, the they are looking for some way to work with each other till they settle the highly anticipated concert, stated a publication.

Adele gets top spot in music’s under-30s rich list

For the 2nd year running, Brit songwriter and singer Adele has topped Sunday Times’ music rich list under-30s. With a figure estimated at £ 45 million, the Grammy winning artist has topped Sunday Times under-30s music rich list. This is the second year in a row that she has grabbed this spot. In spite of releasing no new music, the wealth of the singer has gone up by £ 15 million last year.
The twenty six year old singer has released 2 studio albums – 19 (in the yea r2008) and 21 (in the year 2011) – and penned the theme music to the James Bond’s 2012 movie Skyfall. She was also given an MBE for her services to music in 2013.
The second position was clinched by DJ Calvin Harris, with an estimated fortune of £ 30 million to his name. Calvin Harris, whose actual name is Adam Richard Wiles, unveiled his 3rd studio album named 18 Months in the year 2012 and he has enjoyed 9 United Kingdom Top Ten hits from the record. The 1st week sales of more than fifty thousand also propelled the album to the top of United Kingdom album chart.
Brit singer Cheryl Cole, the former Girls Aloue star, who has not unveiled new music for the past 2 years, has dropped a spot from previous year and he is now 3rd in the list with a fortune of £ 16 million.
The Top Ten list is led by 5 members of One Direction –Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles – who each has a fortune estimated at around £ 14 million.

For the 2nd year running, Brit songwriter and singer Adele has topped Sunday Times’ music rich list under-30s. With a figure estimated at £ 45 million, the Grammy winning artist has topped Sunday Times under-30s music rich list. This is the second year in a row that she has grabbed this spot. In spite of releasing no new music, the wealth of the singer has gone up by £ 15 million last year.

The twenty six year old singer has released 2 studio albums – 19 (in the yea r2008) and 21 (in the year 2011) – and penned the theme music to the James Bond’s 2012 movie Skyfall. She was also given an MBE for her services to music in 2013.

The second position was clinched by DJ Calvin Harris, with an estimated fortune of £ 30 million to his name. Calvin Harris, whose actual name is Adam Richard Wiles, unveiled his 3rd studio album named 18 Months in the year 2012 and he has enjoyed 9 United Kingdom Top Ten hits from the record. The 1st week sales of more than fifty thousand also propelled the album to the top of United Kingdom album chart.

Brit singer Cheryl Cole, the former Girls Aloue star, who has not unveiled new music for the past 2 years, has dropped a spot from previous year and he is now 3rd in the list with a fortune of £ 16 million.

The Top Ten list is led by 5 members of One Direction –Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles – who each has a fortune estimated at around £ 14 million.

Botti set to perform at Rotary Club of Monterey

On 22nd March, Saturday, Rotary Club of Monterey would present Chris Botti, Grammy Award winning trumpeter, live in gig at Hyatt Regency Monterey. Chris Botti as well as his group would perform 2 shows at 6 pm and at 9 pm in the grand setting of the refurbished Hyatt ballroom. Gig tickets went on sale from 13th January, and at this time the 6 pm performance has sold out.

One of the organizers of the concert David Lee told that they do have some tickets available for 9 pm event. Tickets can be bought online at ChrisBottiMonterey.com. You can also call at 925-855-1736.

Since Chris Botti’s critically acclaimed “When I Fall In Love”s release, he has become the top selling US instrumental artist. Chris’s success has bilked over to audiences generally reserved for pop music as well as his ongoing affiliation with PBS has guided to 4 number one jazz albums, and several Platinum, Gold as well as Grammy Awards. His newest album named Impressions got Grammy for the Best Pop Instrumental Album in last year. Performing across the world and selling over 3 million albums. He has found a great form of originative expression that starts in jazz as well as expands beyond the limits of any genre.

On his Grammy winning Impressions, he performs with well known Italian singer Andrea Bocelli, and Herbie Hancock, Mark Knopfler and Vince Gill. Performing at as many as three hundred gigs each year, the trumpet player has also came with a whole lot of United States’ top symphony orchestras.