November 29, 2012

Nicki Minaj launches 'Pink Friday' perfume - Sydney, Australia

Performing artist Nicki Minaj launches 'Pink Friday' perfume - Sydney, Australia; Myer City store...

This afternoon hundreds of people turned up at Myer Sydney to get a close up look at red hot celebrity and performing artist Nicki Minaj.

As you might expect, media buzz and security was at an all time high, as everyone jockeyed for the best position to catch a glimpse of the mega star.

Nicki Minaj was interviewed on stage about her debut fragrance Pink Friday and the creative and experimental process which pushed the boundaries to achieve her extraordinary vision.

This was Minaj's only public appearance outside of her Sydney concert and was a one-off chance for Australian fans to meet with the multi-platinum recording artist who continues to redefine pop culture through her groundbreaking influence on music, beauty and fashion.

Thank you to everyone who helped make today possible...Myer, media management, security, and the fans, and we might just see you at her upcoming concerts. Oh, nice perfume too so consider this for your Christmas list.


My Pink Friday - Nicki Minaj official website

Myer official website

Elizabeth Arden official website

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Eva Rinaldi Photography

Music News Australia

November 18, 2012

Mike Tyson: Day Of The Champions - Main Event Mike KO in Sydney, Australia...

Mike Tyson: Day Of The Champions - Main Event Mike KO in Sydney, Australia...

Boxing legend and ex con, Mike Tyson, has been trying to get to Australia for years.

Recently Australian promoter Max Markson of Markson Sparks! helped 'The Baddest Man On The Planet' make it down under to Australia for what else - another pay day, and to Tyson's credit, he has turned his life around... gone are the drugs and the ho's, with Mike all family man and entertainer with his new lease on life.

Mike still is no angel, based on his badass public speaking and use of colourful language, but when you look into his heart and eyes you can see that he's cleaned up his act. He even told a women in the audience when quizzed about where he was staying in Sydney that he was staying in his own bed, doing nappies, and that's his only party...publicly showing that any womanising days are a thing of the past.

The Mike Tyson documentary - video package that showed before his talk was pretty interesting and entertaining, and showed footage from teen years to recent, and included the good, the bad and the ugly.

What's next for Tyson? More movies, more public speaking and more pay days. Sure beats getting punched in the head and guts for a living. Good on you Mike for making positive changes to your life and wishing you continued success and happiness.

Words of wisdom from Mike Tyson...

"The message of my show would be no matter what adversity hits you in life, don't give up - that's the only time you will lose," he said.

"Someone can be a champion and never have a title."

"We all have to endure some kind of pain," Tyson said.

"I like Evander. Evander's going to be all right.

"It's all about embracing yourself and looking for happiness through that.

"I learned that lesson. If I can make it in what has been a pretty interesting life he can do it as well."


Day Of The Champions

Mike Tyson official website

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Eva Rinaldi Photography

November 8, 2012

HRH Prince of Wales and HRH Duchess of Cornwall touchdown at Sydney Airport

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall arrive in Sydney, Australia; Australian Federal Police motorcade; Royals get ready for a big day in Sydney tomorrow...

This evening Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall (Camilla Parker-Bowles) touched down at Sydney Airport, having flown up from Melbourne.

The media appearance was delayed for well over an hour due to rain and storm conditions. No, mother nature was not doing any favours for the Royal's on their Sydney welcome.

Dozens of Australian Federal Police, spooks and security guards remained close and on alert to ensure that the Sydney Airport visit went according to plan...allowing for the reschedule with the rain.

After walking off the aircraft they where whisked away in a limousine via police motorcade in the direction of Sydney CBD, where they will spend overnight, ready for an early morning tomorrow which will include crossing Sydney Harbour on the Admiral's Barge to Garden Island, meeting Australian Defence Force and their families, a visit to the Museum of Contemporary Art and viewing football on Sydney's iconic Bondi Beach.

The day will finish off with The Diamond Jubilee Reception at the Sydney Opera House at 6.15pm, followed by a reception at Admiralty House hosted by the Governor General Quentin Bryce.

We wish the lovely couple a safe and enjoyable visit to Australia as they continue to explore the land down under, and thanks to everyone involved in organsing fair and balanced coverage on the royal visit to our shores.


Official website of HRH The Prince of Wales

Sydney Airport

Prince's Trust' official website

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr

Eva Rinaldi Photography

Media Man Int

November 1, 2012

The Voice's Prinnie and Mahalia Singing With 600,000 Kid's in Sydney; Haberfield Public School

The Voice performing artists and Haberfield Public School teams up to break record...

Stars from popular reality TV show, The Voice, Prinnie and Mahalia, performed at Haberfield Public School Signing With 600,000 Kids Across The Country to make it Australia’s Biggest Music Gig of its kind.

Hundreds of thousands of school children across Australia sang the same song at the same time on the same day in Australia’s biggest annual school music gig, 'Music: Count Us In’. Now in its sixth year, Music: Count Us In 2012 culminates on Thursday November 1 at 12.30pm (AEDT).

The program highlights the value of music education in Australian schools. Research shows that music education has lost its place in many schools, despite its range of benefits to students’ development. This year's program involves a record breaking 1900+ schools.

From Brisbane to Bunbury and Darwin to Devonport, students across Australia will sing the program song, ‘Different People (Stand Together)’, written by three high schools students with help from award-winning singer/songwriter Josh Pyke.

In CANBERRA, the Federal Minister for School Education, Peter Garrett, will count down the performance with 1800 kids from ACT schools in front of Parliament House.

Prinnie and Mahalia kick off their Come Together National Tour tomorrow - November 2.

Music News Australia, Eva Rinaldi Photography and associates congratulate the big team effort and wish the performing artists well on their upcoming tour.

Performing arts and education once again prove a winning combination.


The Voice

Haberfield Public Schook

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr

Eva Rinaldi Photography

Music News Australia