Have a long term plan, and if 10 years we still together and we have three kids and we feel like it the right moment for us to get married, then fine, we do it. But there no pressure. Its third episode airing this week, the show has already exploded some myths about the lives of hockey wives.
As before, the Mustang offers a choice between two very different powerplants. While there will be many who don’t see the point in choosing anything other than the 5.0 litre V8, Ford predicts a good take up of the 2.3 litre Ecoboost turbo four. With UK pump prices being what they are, you can see the logic.
Connor, Joseph called out to Connor McDavid, the budding superstar projected to be picked first in next summer NHL draft. You learned all your skills in The Barn. Most kids dreaming of one day taking the NHL by storm, their childhood Sheet of Dreams is a lake, a river or a local rink where they refined their talents.
For Nayar, the best part of this experience has been looking at the pictures. “I am addicted to the pictures; I can’t get enough of them,” he says. “The fact that some of the kids were using a camera for the first time, and they were able to frame what they thought was important and capture that moment so beautifully, was really remarkable.”.
What are some other little known facts about the making of this timeless tune?Before I had the epiphany for “Sunglasses At Night” I was toying around with a melody that was similar, but the words were: “I keep getting, I keep getting my cigarette all wet.” It’s quite ironic because I never smoked a cigarette a single day of my life but while I was in the UK recording my first album it was raining so much that I had this idea about getting “Wet.” Thankfully it eventually morphed into a much cooler concept with “Sunglasses at Night.”The song was recorded in a very small studio called Revolution in an even smaller town near Manchester called Cheadle Hume. The legendary comedian Bob Hope and I met, sharing the same elevator in a Minneapolis Hotel after the song was released in America. As we walked into the lobby he said, “Hey aren’t you the Canadian kid who sings about sunglasses in the dark?” I was thrilled.What was your label’s reaction upon hearing it? Did you get any “notes”?The label sent me back to the UK not having ever really heard it except in bits and pieces but believing in my incessant pleas that we must add this song to the Album! No notes per say but big thumbs up and smiles upon my return.You’ve said in the past that you’re not a fan of interpolation, and you’ve refused many offers from artists who want to interpret “Sunglasses At Night”.