Morgan Grace Kibby is an American singer and songwriter based in Los Angeles, California. She has fronted The Romanovs and has collaborated and toured with M83, in recent years she has developed a solo project called White Sea, releasing an EP The Frontier and an album In Cold Blood. After the release of In Cold Blood, she has been creating and releasing singles under a new maxim- to release music without using EPs or Albums. She also composed the score of Eva Hussons movie, Bang Gang in 2016, born in Barrow, Alaska to Charles and Lauri, Kibby grew up in San Francisco where besides vocal training she studied piano and cello in her teens. She also performed as part of the chorus of the San Francisco Opera, in 2003, Kibby released an EP entitled Beggars Alchemy, doing vocals, cello, and piano. Soon after the release she began performing with the musicians that would form The Romanovs, including Dan Rosa, in 2005, the band released the. And the Moon Was Hungry. For a short time the group were just known as Morgan and soon evolved into Morgan. In 2007, the band started to re-mix and re-master their first release, new percussion, cello, violin, piano and vocals were added to former tracks as well as two new studio recordings titled Fever Pitch and Mr. Okada. This was the first release with the band operating under their new name, in 2007, they won a Toronto Independent Music Awards for Best USA Band, but the same year the band when on hiatus while Kibby joined M83. Kibby provided keys and arrangements for M83 on their fifth release, Saturdays = Youth. Too Late and Skin of the Night, subsequently, she completed a tour with the band throughout Australia, Europe and the United States during 2008. She continued to tour with M83 in 2009 as they opened for The Kings of Leon in the U. K, the Killers on their U. S. arena concert tour and for some dates of Depeche Mode Tour of the Universe. In 2011, Kibby contributed to M83s sixth full-length album Hurry Up, Were Dreaming, providing vocals, keyboards and she co-wrote the songs Intro, Midnight City, and Reunion. On collaborating with Anthony Gonzalez she stated that I take a lot of inspiration from watching him work, in December 2015 it was revealed that Kibby was no longer part of M83. Kibby has embarked on a project since touring with M83, called White Sea. Her first track, a remix of Solid Golds Synchronize, first appeared on her MySpace, a second track titled Overdrawn was released to her MySpace in March, revealing a new musical direction for Kibby. On September 30, a new track, Mountaineer, became available for download on the RCRD LBL website. An EP, This Frontier, was released on October 5,2010, lots of disco references for the guitars
Seth Benjamin Green is an American actor, comedian, producer, writer, and director. Green is the creator and executive producer and most-frequent voice on Adult Swims Robot Chicken and he directed many of the Robot Chicken specials including Robot Chicken, Star Wars and DC Comics Special. His feature films include Airborne, The Italian Job, Party Monster, Cant Hardly Wait, Without a Paddle, Green is also known for his role as Chris Griffin on Foxs Family Guy and previously as Daniel Oz Osbourne in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Greg the Bunny. He voices Lieutenant Gibbs in Titan Maximum and Jeff Joker Moreau in the Mass Effect video game series. Green has appeared in such as Rat Race, Americas Sweethearts, Old Dogs, as a child in Woody Allens Radio Days. Seth Green was born Seth Benjamin Gesshel-Green in Overbrook Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Green later legally changed his name to Seth Benjamin Green to reflect my professional stage name. He is of Russian, Scottish, and Polish descent, Green started acting at the age of 7. His early comic influences included Monty Python, Blackadder, Saturday Night Live, Richard Pryor, Bill Cosby, Porkys, greens first movie roles were in the 1984 films Billions for Boris and The Hotel New Hampshire, the second film cast him alongside Jodie Foster and Rob Lowe. He appeared in the 1987 film Cant Buy Me Love, playing Patrick Dempseys characters little brother, in 1984, Green portrayed Carl Alfalfa Switzer in the Jell-O Gelatin Pops commercials featuring The Little Rascals. In 1991, Green rose to fame in a Rallys Cha Ching commercial, Green was given a key to New Orleans in honor of his role in the popular commercial. Green appeared in the film It, the horror film Ticks, all three Austin Powers movies as Dr. Evils son, Scott, and Enemy of the State and The Italian Job as a computer specialist. He was also in the films Cant Hardly Wait, Rat Race, Without a Paddle, Idle Hands and Party Monster, Green also had a role in the 1992 film Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but the scene he was in was subsequently cut. In 1994, he starred alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt in the short-lived series The Byrds of Paradise and he worked with Hewitt again in 1998s Cant Hardly Wait. Seth is not related to Bruce Seth Green, who directed episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. On occasion, some sources confuse the two and have credited Seth as the director, as an actor in the series, he was close to co-star Alyson Hannigan because they were lovers in the show. He played a calm, mild-mannered band member who turned into a werewolf. He is very popular among fans of the series, Green has starred on Foxs Greg the Bunny and guest-starred on The X-Files, That 70s Show, Will & Grace, MADtv, Reno 911. Entourage, Greys Anatomy, The Wonder Years, Heroes, The Facts of Life, Green provides the voice of Chris for the animated television sitcom Family Guy, created by Seth MacFarlane for Fox Broadcasting Company
Jason Robert Hervey is an American actor, television producer and former public relations agent. He is best known for his role as Wayne Arnold on The Wonder Years, Hervey was born in Los Angeles, the son of Marsha, a talent agent, and Alan Hervey, a retail sales manager. His big break came as a cast member of the family drama The Wonder Years. He ranked at #71 on VH1s 100 Greatest Kid Stars for the role, Herveys role on The Wonder Years led to a later guest appearance on the animated show Justice League Unlimited. The original idea had been to cast Hervey as Hawk in tribute to his role as Wayne Arnold, Hervey was the voice of Eddie McDowd on the Nickelodeon hit show 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd for season 2. He made a appearance in the 1993 adventure game Return to Zork as the troll king. Hervey served as the Senior Vice-President of Media and Communications for HealthSouth Corporation, based in Birmingham, Hervey relocated to Birmingham to assume the post. He worked for the company from late 2001 until late 2003 and he later sued his employer, demanding $300,000 in compensation. During this time, he became friends with then-WCW Vice President Eric Bischoff and their company has produced several sports and reality television shows, including I Want to Be a Hilton, Scott Baio Is 45. and Single, and Hulk Hogans Celebrity Championship Wrestling, alongside Hogan. When Bischoff joined Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in January 2010, Hervey also joined the promotion as an executive producer and he co-created the reality show TNA Reaction. Hervey appeared in a segment with Eric Young on the June 16,2011. Hervey is credited in The Eddie Guerrero Story, Cheating Death, Hervey appeared in an episode of Hogan Knows Best alongside Eric Bischoff, talking about energy drinks, and in several episodes of Scott Baio Is 45. and Single. In 2002, he made a appearance on the VH1 special I Love the 80s. Along with Baio, he co-hosts VH1s Confessions of a Teen Idol, jason Hervey at the Internet Movie Database Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment - Official site of Herveys production company
Who Let the Dogs Out?
Who Let the Dogs Out. is a song performed by Bahamian group Baha Men, released as a single on July 26,2000. Originally written by Anslem Douglas for the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival season of 1998, it was covered by producer Jonathan King under the name Fat Jakk and he brought the song to the attention of his friend Steve Greenberg, who then had the Baha Men cover the song. The song became the bands first hit in the United Kingdom and the United States, and it gained popularity after appearing in Rugrats in Paris, The Movie and its soundtrack album. The song peaked at two on the UK Singles Chart, as well as topping the charts in Australia and New Zealand. It was Britains fourth biggest-selling single of 2000, and went on to one of the highest-selling singles of the decade not to reach number-one. The track went on to win the Grammy for Best Dance Recording on the 2001 Grammy Awards and it was the subject of a major lawsuit over copyright ownership that was settled. Band member Dyson Knight told Vice that the song. was originally sung by a Trinidadian artist whose name is Anslem Douglas, the manager of the Baha Men at that time heard a version of the song in Europe. He called Isaiah and told him it was an absolute must that Baha Men record that song, because they had the vibe to make it a huge hit. Isaiah heard the song and said there was no way in hell were recording that song. Management had the vision, and the Baha Men were reluctant, but the group went in and recorded it anyway. In a poll conducted in 2007, by Rolling Stone to identify the 20 most annoying songs and it was also ranked first on Spinners 2008 list of Top 20 Worst Songs Ever. Rolling Stone also ranked it at No.8 on a poll to identify the worst songs of the 1990s, the Anslem Douglas version was played throughout the English-speaking Caribbean and in cities with large Caribbean populations in 1998. In the original video, a parody of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Called presumably Who Wants to Be a Zillionaire is depicted at the start, the dogs in the video then escape from a police station. In other parts of the video, the dogs chase people around the area in which the band is performing. One of them includes a mailman, a new version of the video debuted at the end of the VHS release of Rugrats in Paris, The Movie, where it was re-edited to feature clips of the film throughout. The Millionaire parody at the beginning is replaced with the photo shoot scene from the movie as well. The first use of the song at an American sporting event was at Mississippi State University, the universitys mascot is the Bulldog, and the university school first played the song during football games in the fall of 1998 using the version sung by Chuck Smooth. It was accompanied by the crowd singing along and the team performing a dance on the field called The Dawg Pound Rock just before a kickoff, later the Southeastern Conference ruled that they could not perform the dance on the field, so the team moved it to the sidelines
Baha Men are a Bahamian band playing a modernized style of Bahamian music called junkanoo. They are best remembered for their Grammy Award-winning hit song Who Let the Dogs Out, the Baha Men formed in 1980 as High Voltage, initially playing disco and funk. They performed regularly in nightclubs and hotels in the Bahamas, and they released their first album under that name, Junkanoo, in 1992, the album including the local hit Back to the Island. Kalik followed in 1994, including the international hit Dancing in the Moonlight, the band moved with Greenberg to Polygram for the 1997 album I Like What I Like and Doong Spank, released the following year. The latter sold only 700 copies in the US and the band were dropped by the label, Greenberg then started his own S-Curve label and signed the band. Original vocalist Nehemiah Hield left in 1999, to be replaced by his nephew Omerit, the band were most popular in the 1990s in Japan, and their 1999 album 2 Zero 0-0 was initially only released in that country. They achieved great, but short-lived, popularity with 2000s remake of Who Let the Dogs Out. produced by Greenberg, the song was a chart success in many countries, and also became a popular song at US sporting events. In 2002, they won another Kids Choice Award for Favorite Band, in June 2008, Who Let the Dogs Out. was discussed on I Love the New Millennium. The Baha Mens most recent album was Ride With Me, released in 2015, after releasing Night & Day in the summer of 2014, the Baha Men released a Christmas Medley mixing The Little Drummer Boy with Silver Bells. Their single Off the Leash was released digitally on July 1,2015, on October 25,2015, the band performed the halftime show for the New York Giants/Dallas Cowboys football game at MetLife Stadium. The Baha Men were one of the artists to record a song on the album DisneyMania. On the first DisneyMania, they recorded Hakuna Matata from The Lion King, on DisneyMania 2, they recorded the song Its a Small World from the Disney park attraction of the same name. They were absent from DisneyMania 3, though they returned for DisneyMania 4, recording their take on the song Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride from Lilo and they also recorded the theme song to the Disney TV show, Stanley. A number of their songs have used in major motion pictures such as, Rugrats In Paris, Miss Congeniality, Rat Race, Around the World in 80 Days and Garfield. They also recorded a cover of Elton Johns hit Crocodile Rock for the film Crocodile Hunter, Collision Course starring Steve Irwin and family. The band has made an appearance on the big screen. The Baha Men also were featured in the soundtrack of Shrek with their hit song Best Years of Our Lives, who Let the Dogs Out. was also featured in the 2009 hit comedy The Hangover. The Baha Men appeared in a scene from Between the Lions where Leona meets them while reading some books inside the library
The single-camera setup, or single-camera mode of production, also known as Portable Single Camera, is a method of filmmaking and video production. In this setup, each of the shots and camera angles is taken using the same camera. Choices can then be made during the editing process for when in the scene to use each shot. This also then allows parts of the scene to be removed if it is felt that the scene is too long, in practice, sometimes two cameras shooting from the same angle are used, one to capture a medium shot, the other a close-up during the same take. Unlike film producers, who almost always opt for single-camera shooting, single-camera is mostly reserved for prime-time dramas, made-for-TV movies, music videos and commercial advertisements. Soap operas, talk shows, game shows, most reality television series, Multiple-camera shooting is the only way that an ensemble of actors presenting a single performance before a live audience can be recorded from multiple perspectives. Also for standard, dialogue-driven domestic situation comedies, the multi-camera technique, situation comedies may potentially be shot in either multiple- or single-camera modes. Several comedy series of the era also use of feature film techniques. These effects were created using editing and optical printing techniques, in the case of Get Smart, the single-camera technique also allowed the series to present fast-paced and tightly-edited fight and action sequences reminiscent of the spy dramas that it parodied. Single-camera comedies were also prevalent into the early 1970s, with its large cast, varied locations, and seriocomic tone, the TV series M*A*S*H was shot using single-camera style. Happy Days began in 1974 as a series, before switching to the multi-camera setup in its second season. Unlike single-camera sitcoms of the past, nearly all contemporary comedies shot in this manner are produced without a laugh track, list of single-camera sitcoms Multiple-camera setup Tapeless camcorder
Nickelodeon is an American basic cable and satellite television network launched on December 1,1977, and is owned by Viacom through Viacom Media Networks and based in New York City. It is primarily aimed at children and adolescents aged 7–18 while its weekday morning edutainment programs are targeted at children ages 2–6. As of July 2015, Nickelodeon is available to approximately 93.7 million pay television households in the US, the name of the channel comes from the first five cent movie theaters called nickelodeons. Nickelodeons history dates back to December 1,1977, when Warner Cable Communications launched the first two-way interactive cable system, QUBE, in Columbus, Ohio. Its C-3 cable channel carried Pinwheel daily from 7,00 a. m. to 9,00 p. m. Eastern Time, Nickelodeon launched on April 1,1979, initially distributed to Warner Cable systems via satellite on the RCA Satcom-1 transponder. Originally commercial-free, advertising was introduced in January 1984, the channel also airs reruns of select original series that are no longer in production, as well as occasional original made-for-TV movies. The channel also aired special editions of Nick News with Linda Ellerbee. The channel occasionally airs feature films produced by the networks Nickelodeon Movies film production division, although the film division bears the Nickelodeon brand name, the cable channel does not have access to most of the movies produced by its film unit. Nick Jr. – Nickelodeon currently programs shows targeted at preschool-age children on Monday through Fridays from 8,30 am-3,00 pm Eastern, the block primarily targets audiences of preschool age as Nickelodeons usual audience of school-age children are in school during the blocks designated time period. Programs currently seen in this block include Blaze and the Monster Machines, Team Umizoomi, Bubble Guppies, PAW Patrol, Max & Ruby, Saturday morning block - a morning block of primarily animated series from 9 am-12,30 pm Eastern and Pacific Time. It launched on September 22,2012, as Gotta See Saturday Mornings, recent episodes of certain original series may air when no new episodes are scheduled to air that week. The schedule features series such as SpongeBob SquarePants, Bunsen Is a Beast, ALVINNN. nicks New Saturday Night – a primetime live-action block airing from 8-10pm Eastern and Pacific Time. It launched on September 22,2012, as Gotta See Saturday Nights, recent episodes of certain original series may air when no new episodes are scheduled to air that week. The schedule features The Thundermans and Henry Danger, premieres of the networks original made-for-cable movies also occasionally air during the primetime block, usually in the form of premiere showings. SNICK – SNICK was the networks first dedicated Saturday primetime block that aired from 8,00 to 10,00 p. m. Eastern, geared toward pre-teens and teenagers, it debuted on August 15,1992. The block featured mainly live-action series, although it featured animated series. SNICK was discontinued on August 28,2004, and was replaced the following week by a Saturday night edition of the TEENick block and it was hosted by Stick Stickly, a Mr. Bill-like popsicle stick character. The block was replaced for the summer of 1999 by Henry, the Stick Stickly character was later revived for The 90s Are All That on TeenNick, which debuted in 2011