Alice Tumler is an Austrian television presenter. Tumler was born in Innsbruck and is the daughter of an Austrian father with Slovenian-Italian descent and a French mother from the island of Martinique. At the age of 19, she moved to London, where she studied journalism and sociology, moved to Paris where she participated in theater courses at the Cours Florent. Tumler's career as a television presenter began in 2004 with French music channel TraceTV, she has worked for the Franco-German TV network and French national channel France 3. Since 2013, she has hosted the ORF talent show Die große Chance alongside Andi Knoll. In May 2015, she jointly hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with Mirjam Weichselbraun and Arabella Kiesbauer at the Wiener Stadthalle in Vienna. Tumler speaks four languages fluently, English and Italian and is proficient in Spanish and Portuguese, she has a daughter. Alice Tumler at ORF Alice Tumler on IMDb
Jon Bon Jovi
John Francis Bongiovi Jr. known professionally as Jon Bon Jovi, is an American singer-songwriter, record producer and actor. Bon Jovi is best known as the founder and frontman of the rock band Bon Jovi, formed in 1983. Bon Jovi has released 12 studio albums with his band. Bon Jovi has released two solo albums. In the 1990s, Bon Jovi started an acting career, starring in the films Moonlight and Valentino and U-571 and appearing on television in Sex and the City and Ally McBeal; as a songwriter, Bon Jovi was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2009. In 2012, Bon Jovi ranked #50 on the list of Billboard Magazine's "Power 100", a ranking of "The Most Powerful and Influential People In The Music Business". In 1996, People Magazine named him one of the "50 Most Beautiful People In The World". In 2000, People awarded him the title "Sexiest Rock Star", he was placed at #13 on VH1's list of "100 Sexiest Artists". Bon Jovi was a majority owner of the Arena Football League team, the Philadelphia Soul.
He is the founder of The Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation, founded in 2006. John Francis Bongiovi Jr. was born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, a son of two former Marines, barber John Francis Bongiovi Sr. and Playboy Bunny turned florist Carol. He has two brothers and Matthew, his father was of Italian and Slovak ancestry and his mother is of German and Russian descent. He has stated. Bon Jovi was raised Catholic, he spent summers in Erie, with his grandparents, sold newspapers. As a child, John attended St. Joseph High School, in Metuchen, New Jersey, during his freshman and sophomore years, he transferred to Sayreville War Memorial High School in Parlin, New Jersey. Jon Bon Jovi began playing music in 1975, at the age of 13, playing piano and guitar with his first band, Raze. At 16, he formed a band called Atlantic City Expressway. Still in his teens, Bon Jovi played in the band John Bongiovi and the Wild Ones, playing clubs such as the Fast Lane and opening for local acts. By 1980, he had formed another band, the Rest, opened up for New Jersey acts such as Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes.
When he was seventeen, Bon Jovi was sweeping floors at his cousin Tony Bongiovi's recording studio, Power Station. In 1980, when Meco was there recording Christmas in the Stars: The Star Wars Christmas Album, Tony Bongiovi recommended John for the song "R2-D2 We Wish You A Merry Christmas", which became his first professional recording. In 1983, Bon Jovi visited a local radio station WAPP 103.5FM "The Apple" in Lake Success, New York to write and sing the jingles for the station. He spoke with DJ Chip Hobart and to the promotion director, John Lassman, who suggested Jon let WAPP include the song "Runaway" on the station's compilation album of local homegrown talent. Jon was reluctant, but gave them the song, which he had rerecorded in 1982 with local studio musicians whom he designated The All Star Review: Guitarist Tim Pierce, keyboardist Roy Bittan, drummer Frankie LaRocka, bassist Hugh McDonald. In March 1983, Jon Bon Jovi called David Bryan, who in turn called bassist Alec John Such and an experienced drummer named Tico Torres.
Guitarist Richie Sambora joined the band. In 1984 and 1985, Bon Jovi released their first two albums and their debut single "Runaway" managed to crack the Top 40. In 1986, the band achieved widespread success and global recognition with their third album, Slippery When Wet, which had sold 28 million copies worldwide as of 2011. Slippery When Wet included three Top 10 singles, two of which reached No. 1. As of 2019, Bon Jovi has released five compilations and three live albums, they have sold more than 100 million records worldwide, making them one of the bestselling American rock bands. Bon Jovi has performed more than 2,700 concerts in over 50 countries for more than 34 million fans. Bon Jovi was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2006, into the U. S. Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 2018. In 1990, Jon Bon Jovi recorded a soundtrack to the movie Young Guns II more known as Blaze of Glory. Having been approached by his friend Emilio Estevez to lend "Wanted Dead Or Alive" as the theme song for his upcoming Billy the Kid sequel, Bon Jovi ended up composing an all-new theme song for the film's soundtrack and delivering his first solo album.
The album featured guests such as Little Richard and Jeff Beck. The title track, "Blaze of Glory", peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. In 1991, "Blaze of Glory" won an award for Favorite Pop/Rock Single at the American Music Awards and awarded a Golden Globe, as well; the song earned him an Academy Award nomination and a Grammy Award nomination. In 1991, Jon Bon Jovi started his own label, Jambco Records, produced Aldo Nova's album Blood on the Bricks and Billy Falcon's album Pretty Blue World. Bon Jovi's second solo album was 1997's Destination Anywhere. A short movie of the same name was recorded right around the record's release, based on the songs from the record and starring Jon Bon Jovi, Demi Moore, Kevin Bacon and Whoopi Goldberg; the film debuted on both MTV and VH1 in 1997. In 2012, Jon Bon Jovi recorded a soundtrack to the movie Stand Up Guys more known as Not Running Anymore. On December 13, 2012, it was announced that "Not Running Anymore" would be nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
Jon Bon Jovi is a credited actor in the movies Moonlight and Valent
Theater in der Josefstadt
The Theater in der Josefstadt is a theater in Vienna in the eighth district of Josefstadt. It is the oldest still performing theater in Vienna, it is referred to colloquially as Die Josefstadt. Following remodeling and rebuilding in 1822 — celebrated by the performance of the overture Die Weihe des Hauses by Beethoven — opera was staged there including Meyerbeer and Wagner. From 1858 onwards the theatre instead concentrated on straight theatre and comedy. Ludwig van Beethoven and Richard Wagner conducted there. Johann Nestroy and Ferdinand Raimund were connected to the theater as poets. Johann Strauss I performed in the Sträußelsälen. In 1814, Ferdinand Raimund had his Vienna debut as Franz Moor in Die Räuber by Friedrich Schiller. In 1822, Die Weihe des Hauses directed by Ludwig van Beethoven. In 1829 Johann Nestroy debuted as an actor with the"Die Verbannung aus dem Zauberreich oder Dreißig Jahre aus dem Leben eines Lumpen. From 1833 to 1836 Conradin Kreutzer was the theater conductor and on 13 January 1834, his romantic opera Das Nachtlager in Granada was first performed in the theater.
On 20 February 1834, Ferdinand Raimund's Der Verschwender was first performed with the poet in the roll of Valentin. Between around 1840 and 1860, famous dancers Fanny Elssler and the Spanish Pepita de Oliva performed in the theater; the first German-language performance of Ferenc Molnár's Liliom with Josef Jarno in the title role on 28 February 1913 played a key role in the piece's long-lasting appeal. Theater in der Josefstadt - official website
Wiener Stadthalle is a multi-purpose indoor arena and convention center located in the 15th district of Vienna, Austria. Austrian architect Roland Rainer designed the hall, constructed between 1953 and 1958; the arena has a seating capacity of 16,152 people. The complex houses six venues and an adjacent swimming pool, two gymnasiums, an indoor ice rink, a small and a large multi-purpose hall and auditorium with a stage, it serves as a venue for a variety of events, including concerts, trade fairs, lectures, theatre, TV and sport. The Wiener Stadthalle is a subsidiary of Wien Holding and stages more than 350 events each year that attract around one million visitors. Halls A, B and C, as well as the Stadthallenbad, are managed by the Viennese sports venues corporation GmbH; the arena has been site of the annual Erste Bank Open tennis tournament since 1974 and has hosted the ice shows Vienna Ice Revue and Holiday on Ice, the touring horse show Apassionata annually and the circus show Artisten-Tiere-Attraktionen from 1959 to 1995.
The Stadthalle has hosted a number of sporting events including the 1970 European Athletics Indoor Championships, the 2004 European Short Course Swimming Championships, the 2010 European Men's Handball Championship, the 2011 Men's European Volleyball Championship, the Austrian International open badminton tournament and the Ice Hockey World Championships in 1967, 1977, 1987, 1996 and 2005. Austrian broadcaster ORF announced on 6 August 2014, that Stadthalle would be the host venue for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, following the victory of Conchita Wurst in the 2014 Final in Copenhagen, Denmark; the arena hosted the 60th contest in the main hall. The complex comprises 6 interconnecting halls: A and B, C, D, E and F. Halls A and B were completed in 1957 as a gymnasium and sports hall. Hall A is 18 by 36 metres and 7.6 metres high, whilst Hall B is 30 by 60 metres and 11.8 metres high. Both halls can be used for conferences or lectures; the basement of Hall A houses training rooms and the lower level of Hall B contains bowling lanes and dressing rooms.
Hall C, completed in 1958, houses an ice rink 30 by 60 by 7.3 metres and is operated by Die EisStadthalle. Completed in 1958, the large multi-purpose main hall is Austria's largest indoor arena; the structure is 98 by 110 metres and has a ridge height of 26.6 metres with a usable floor area measuring 98 by 55.2 by 15.4 metres. It has a capacity of up to 16,152 depending on the event; the venue has special curtain systems and ground-level stands on the north and south sides of the hall which can be closed to divide the hall into several parts. The stage can be up to 600 square metres and is supported with two VIP rooms, dressing rooms and offices backstage; the small multi-purpose hall was completed in 1994 and holds up to 1,482. It is 50 by 25 by 4.5 metres and is used for exhibitions and social receptions. Conceived as an arena hall, Hall F was completed in 2006 and holds up to 2,036 visitors in raked theatre seating, it is 68.2 by 73.4 by 12.5 metres. The hall has an audio and video system. To accommodate visitors, there is a 1,300 square metres foyer, a connected restaurant with two additional foyers of 400 square metres and a banquet hall of 300 square metres.
In 1974, the additional Stadthallenbad and three public swimming pools, were constructed. For the 2004 European Short Course Swimming Championships, the center added a temporary pool of 1,025 square metres. List of tennis stadiums by capacity Official website Die EisStadthalle Wiener Stadthalle in: Austria-Forum
Roger Marcel Cicero Ciceu was a German jazz and pop musician. Roger Cicero was born in 1970 in Berlin to Romanian jazz pianist Eugen Cicero and dancer Lili Cziczeo, he made his first stage appearance at the age of eleven as a support act for Swiss singer Helen Vita and was first on television aged 16, alongside the RIAS-Tanzorchester under the direction of Horst Jankowski. Cicero joined the Hohner Conservatory in Trossingen when he was 18, where he received coaching in piano and singing. Between 1989 and 1992, he appeared alongside the Horst Jankowski Trio, the Eugen Cicero Trio as well as with the Bundesjugendjazzorchester directed by Peter Herbolzheimer. From 1991 to 1996, he studied jazz singing at the Amsterdam Academy of Arts at Hilversum, he was a guest singer with the groups Jazzkantine and Soulounge with whom he took part in the Montreux Jazz Festival. In 2003, he founded the Roger Cicero Quartet, as well as continuing to perform with his eleven-piece big band, his style is predominantly that of 1950s swing music, combined with German lyrics.
In 2006, Cicero sang on jazz pianist Julia Hülsmann's album Good Morning Midnight and released his first solo album Männersachen. He worked alongside thirteen composers. Schieß mich doch zum Mond is the German version of Frank Sinatra’s Fly Me to the Moon; the covered track Zieh die Schuh aus, reached number 71 in the German singles chart. The album Männersachen made it to number three. Cicero represented Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki his song Frauen regier'n die Welt, he finished 19th. On 7 July 2007 he performed at the German leg of Live Earth in Hamburg. On 1 May 2008 he became father to Louis. Cicero made his film debut in Hilde as musician Ricci Blum. Directed by Kai Wessel, the film is a biography of the German singer and actress Hildegard Knef, played by Heike Makatsch. Cicero provided the singing and speaking voice of Prince Naveen in the German soundtrack for the 2009 Disney film The Princess and the Frog. On 20 March 2009 the single Nicht Artgerecht was released, taken from his third studio album, released on 3 April 2009.
He sang at a concert in honor of the Dalai Lama in August 2009 in Frankfurt. Cicero and his Big Band headlined at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland on 12 July 2010; this performance introduced an English version of his song Murphy's Gesetz, That you and I feeling, a new version of his song Ich hab das Gefühl für dich verlor'n. The concert was released on DVD as Roger Cicero - Live at Montreux 2010. In October 2010 Cicero published a book, Weggefährten: Meine Songs fürs Leben in which he describes the history and personal meaning of songs by artists including the Beatles and Stevie Wonder; the book describes Cicero’s youth in West Berlin, his musical studies in the Netherlands, a formative trip he made as a teenager with his father to his paternal family’s native Romania. After appearing in promotional talks for Weggefährten at the Frankfurt Book Fair, Cicero toured with his pianist and musical director Lutz Krajenski; the Roger Cicero Solo programme featured the duo performing songs from their albums, including jazz numbers Cicero and Krajenski recorded as part of the group After Hours.
Along with swing and jazz, they played rock and soul songs in English and German, presented new arrangements of Every little thing she does is Magic,What’s Going On, Let’s Stay Together, Prince’s Forever in My Life. In some songs Cicero played guitar as well. Cicero's song Für nichts auf dieser Welt, from his fourth album In diesem Moment was chosen by the German football association as the official fan song to support the German team for the Euro 2012 tournament. Cicero performed the song at a Germany-Israel friendly football match in Leipzig on 31 May 2012. In December 2012, Cicero appeared along with the American actor and singer Robert Davi in the French/German Arte TV program Durch die Nacht mit.... The episode was shot in the Little Italy area of New York City and features conversation between Cicero and Davi and solos of Sinatra standards by both performers. In 2014, he was one of the stars of the Vox television show "Sing meinen Song – Das Tauschkonzert" along with Xavier Naidoo, Andreas Gabalier, Sandra Nasić and Gregor Meyle.
Cicero released two albums in 2015. The Roger Cicero Jazz Experience features Cicero as part of a quartet, with three musicians from his big band: Maik Schott, Hervé Jeanne and Matthias'Maze' Meusel and percussion; this seventh album was recorded following two years of concerts by the Jazz Experience, features jazz renditions of songs by pop musicians such as Nick Drake, Paul Simon and James Taylor. During 2015, in addition to touring with his Jazz Experience concerts, Cicero sang Frank Sinatra songs under the strapline Cicero sings Sinatra, his first live album captured two concerts in Hamburg, with Cicero and his thirteen strong Big Band playing Sinatra's songs, with guest appearances by Sasha, Xavier Naidoo, Yvonne Catterfeld. The DVD includes a duet with Paul Anka singing My Way. Cicero appeared in advertisements and videos for the animal rights organization PETA and supported their campaign against the wearing of fur. In late 2014, Roger Cicero fell ill with chronic fatigue syndrome, which led to an acute case of Myocarditis.
He attempted to fight the disease for the remainder of his career. On 24 March 2016, he died f